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The parent company of One America News Network was ordered by a San Diego jury Thursday to pay $810,000 in punitive damages to an African-American man fired from his job as a producer after lodging a complaint that he’d been harassed because of his race. The jury’s decision came two days after the same panel
“What does Andrew Young do for black people in Atlanta?” said 18-year-old Aurelia Williams with a shrug, a spokesman for Atlanta Black Lives Matter, standing outside a transit station as protesters gathered for another rally. “A lot of people look to Andrew Young for guidance – or they did. Now he’s just another person we’re
Yes, of course, Lawana Richmond is one of San Diego’s most passionate educators, however, she’s got something up her sleeve! The School Board From Foster care to Professor, Lawna knows first hand where and how education can lose its way, but most importantly, Lawana tells a different story of how education can transform when transformers
Since 1999 and the y2k scare many African Americans thought it would be doom and gloom! Take a look at our Editor’s Pick for the most impactful event of the FIRST Y20K! What was impactful for you?
California Democratic Party Black Caucus Elects All Women to Board By Manny Otiko | California Black Media You could feel the high level of energy in the room when the California Democratic Party African American Caucus (CDPAAC) made history this past weekend, electing four Black women to lead the organization. “I am at a loss
If you borrowed money to pay for school, your first question might be how best to pay off your student loans. The short answer is that there’s no magic bullet, but there are definitely things you can do to make paying back education debt easier. Student loan debt reached an all-time high of 1.41 trillion in
After National Urban League San Diego hears Cultural Broker’s families, NUL still doubles down.
Black San Diego yet again has another program moved!
Sharecropping was a system of agriculture instituted in the American South during the period of Reconstruction after the Civil War. It essentially replaced the plantation system which had relied on slave labor and effectively created a new system of bondage. Under the system of sharecropping, a poor farmer who did not own land would work a plot belonging to