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Thursday 18 January 2018
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Category: Hot News, Politics, State/National News, Top Stories

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Black Economic Forecast for 2018: Fight Back With Dollars and Votes

By Hazel Trice Edney –   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Galvanizing people to spend money with Black-owned businesses, make deposits...

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TV One Cancels Longtime Journalist Roland Martin’s “News One Now”

By Staff –   TV One has canceled longtime journalist Roland Martin’s morning news show, “News One Now,” recently. The...

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Black Voters Push Jones to Victory in Alabama

By Hazel Trice Edney –   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Alabama’s Black voters have carried the day, pulling off a stunning...

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Onondaga County Names NYS Fair’s “Pan-African Village” after Van Robinson

By Staff –   Onondaga County has announced it will name the New York State Fair’s “Pan-African Village”...

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Student Loan Protections: New Report Finds Worsening National Problem

By Charlene Crowell –   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Richard Cordray, the first-ever Director of the Consumer Financial...

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Community Rises Up to Stop New Orleans From Drowning

By C.C. Campbell-Rock –   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Community activists by the hundreds have stood toe to toe with New...

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Ben Walsh Elected Syracuse Mayor; City Council, School Board Incumbents Re-Elected

By Staff –   Independent Ben Walsh has been elected Syracuse’s new mayor, in a surprising upset over Democratic nominee...

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Quante Wright: Common Council Candidate Is On Path to Success

By Lisa Dumas –   Quante Wright is one of three candidates vying for Syracuse 4th District Common councilor. And, although...

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Juanita Perez Williams: Embracing the Possibilities

By Dave McCleary –   Just a few days before election day, Syracuse mayoral candidate Juanita Perez Williams said she plans to...

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Mayor Miner Accepts Teaching Position at New York University

By Staff –   Mayor Stephanie Miner has accepted a teaching position at New York University, which will begin in 2018,...