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Allison Madison is also the city's first female mayor.
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Recent events in Baltimore are a reminder of the need to build "civic infrastructure" in inner-city communities like Sandtown, the neighborhood in which Freddie Gray lived, a neighborhood I studied closely.
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African-Americans have been monumental -- and often controversial -- forces in the political realm since Reconstruction. Americans
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Ever wondered what the staffers of Congressional Black Caucus members do after their stints on Capitol Hill? The answer, according
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The Bidens were joined by notable African-American political figures, including Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson
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What has caused Black people, after almost 400 years in North America, and after 150 years of emancipation from slavery, to
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More than five years after Barack Obama won the Iowa caucuses and demolished the notion that white voters wouldn’t support
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More than five years after Barack Obama won the Iowa caucuses and demolished the notion that white voters wouldn’t support
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Sunday, Republican Gov. Nikki Haley appointed a black man, Rep. Tim Scott, to the vacant South Carolina Senate seat. It's an excellent signal to her party that it must, in appointive and legislative positions, recommend candidates who will attract the support and votes of black people.
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Recently, Republican mayor of Utah and GOP congressional candidate, Mia Love, received an especially hateful care package
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It's time for the Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention to take over our timelines. As these
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In keeping with BlackVoices' back-to-school theme this month, we decided to take a look at the college backgrounds of some
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Wikipedia may keep a running tab on "African American firsts" but apart from maintaining a historical record, why should they really matter at all in this so-called post-Civil Rights, post-race era?
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As recent as 2006, three African-Americans ran for high-profile statewide office on the Republican ticket and all were defeated by considerable margins.