Massachusetts Court Won’t Use Term ‘Grandfathering,’ Citing Its Racist Origins Tuesday, 4 August 2020
The term was “adopted by some states after the Civil War in an effort to disenfranchise African-American voters,” the court noted.

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White House Players Continue To Hint Trump Will Delay 2020 Presidential Election [Video]

White House Players Continue To Hint Trump Will Delay 2020 Presidential Election

The sitting President of the United States is seeking a second term, and is floating the idea of delaying the upcoming election. Even in the depths of the Civil War, that's something America has never done. But according to CNN, delaying the election is something President Donald Trump's team has been hinting at for quite some time. Last May, Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner was asked by Time magazine if he was willing to "commit that the elections will happen on November third.

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Biden says Black turnout key to winning election [Video]

Biden says Black turnout key to winning election

[NFA] Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday said Black turnout was the linchpin to his hopes of winning the White House in November and said African Americans would only achieve equality once they were in a position to build wealth, and voting was the starting point. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

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Michael Jordan, Denny Hamlin form new NASCAR team, hire Bubba Wallace as driver

NBA legend Michael Jordan becomes first Black majority owner of a full-time NASCAR Cup Series team since Hall of Famer Wendell Scott in the 1970s.
Black Americans Don't Invest As Much As Whites Do, And The Reasons Are Complex [Video]

Black Americans Don't Invest As Much As Whites Do, And The Reasons Are Complex

While the investing gap between black and white Americans is narrowing, it's still significant. What's more, there is no one single reason for discrepancy. In 2015, 67% of black households earning $50,000 or more invested in stocks or mutual funds, versus 86% of similar white households. And according to Business Insider, Duke University researchers say the median black household holds just 10% of the wealth of the median white household.

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The titan of Black media, John H. Johnson, shaped how African Americans got the news

Black media like Jet magazine made me aware of national news coverage. Today, the media landscape has changed drastically for African Americans.

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