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August 30, 2012
With the death of the oldest living Pullman porter, we take a look at A. Philip Randolph and the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters.
Black luminaries, colleagues and fans gathered in Harlem to bid farewell to the beloved journalist.
Ginger Howard, the youngest black woman to turn pro, has her sights set on the LPGA tour.
The biophysics major and rugby champ is the only African American to snag the coveted honor for 2012.
Native sons and daughters call this show at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles long overdue.
A long-overdue exhibit at the Hammer Museum recognizes the contributions of African Americans.
A new book sets the record straight on the city's 200-year racial history.
The legendary Ohio educator was hailed as a statesman and humanist.
Police in Arroyo Grande say four white "transients" will be charged in an incident that roiled a coastal community.
Orange County Republican leader says the rules won't let him fire official who mailed a photo depicting Obama and his parents as chimpanzees.
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