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White House's Omarosa Manigault Jeered During Panel Talk

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White House’s Omarosa Manigault Jeered During Panel Talk

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(NEW ORLEANS) — White House official Omarosa Manigault-Newman clashed with a veteran news anchor during a panel discussion on policing in black communities held at the largest gathering of black journalists in the country.The director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison was a late addition to the Friday afternoon panel at the National Association of Black Journalists convention in New Orleans.Her conversation with anchor Ed Gordon became testy when he attempted to question Manigault-Newman on President Donald Trump’s policies around policing in communities of color. 48 more words

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Saleen Says: what to do when your exterior begins to mirror your interior.

Today’s post is going to touch on a few things: mental health, hair care, and being a natural black girl in the news industry.

Saleen the busy bee… 1,274 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Claire Smith

In the world of baseball journalism, Claire Smith is considered by her peers as a living legend. The Penn State and Temple University graduate will be enshrined this weekend in Cooperstown, New York as part of the Hall of Fame ceremonies, becoming the first woman to win baseball’s highest honor as a sportswriter. 289 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Ida B. Wells

Ida B. Wells is most known for her crusade against the lynching of Black Americans that she launched in the 1890’s. This past Sunday marked the 155th anniversary of the late activist’s birth, and a look at her life shows that her fight against injustice started very early in her life. 351 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Alice Allison Dunnigan

Alice Allison Dunnigan blazed trials for future White House Correspondents like April D. Ryan when she became the first Black woman named in that role in 1948. 406 more words

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