Category : Black Local and National News

- 2 months ago

Tennessee Department of Health: We Are Ready

Part of a series of Public Announcements from The Tennessee Department of Health’s Office of Minority Health and Disparities Elimination. Anyone with concerns about their health or the health of a family member due to COVID-19 should visit www....

- 2 months ago

Marion County opens first, free testing site

African Americans across the country are dying from the new coronavirus at a much higher rate than whites. Experts have a lot of explanations, but they also say more data is needed. In Indianapolis, a new no-cost testing program aims…

- 2 months ago

BMV opens for appointments only

Beginning May 4, Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will reopen by appointment only for transactions that are unavailable online. BMV Connect kiosks are also available by appointment only.

- 2 months ago

JAMES AND CUOMO: WE HAVE ZERO TOLERANCE FOR DISHONEST LANDLORDS

[Landlords\Rent Stabilization] Attorney General James: “We have zero tolerance for landlords who exploit tenants." Photo: Tags:& NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL LETITIA JAMESGovernor Andrew CuomoZara RealtyJustice Kathryn E. FreedNew York State Supreme Cou...

- 2 months ago

Rev. Jesse Jackson: Let prisoners go during COVID-19 pandemic

This protest calling for the release of prisoners was held April 10, 2020, outside Cook County Jail, the nation’s largest, where 4,000 prisoners are trying to survive COVID-19, which has already killed six prisoners and one guard. – Photo: Nam Y. Hu...

- 2 months ago

Stay-at-home order extended to May 30

An extended stay-at-home order in Illinois to May 30 with modifications allowing golf courses, parks and more retail businesses to open with restrictions will take effect tomorrow, Gov. J.B. Pritzker said.

- 2 months ago

Manager PK Discusses the Jacka’s New Album, “Murder Weapon”

PK and the Jacka in November 2014 – Photo: D-Ray, Ozone Magazine by the People’s Minister of Information JR Valrey The Jacka, PK, the Mob Figaz camp and I have been close for over 15 years, dating back to when we had offices in the same buildi...

- 2 months ago

Emergency Needs for Medical Deserts during COVID Pandemic

By Dr. Valda Crowder, M.D., MBA According to the American Hospital Association Annual Survey, over 1,000 hospitals in our country have closed since 1975. As a result, communities from coast to coast have populations in which residents must drive more...