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Black Vet Awarded Purple Heart at Age 99
99-year-old Osceola "Ozzie" Fletcher finally received his Purple Heart. It was awarded in a ceremony at the Fort Hamilton Army base in June ...
God’s Mercy to a Klansman
Thomas Tarrants shares his testimony of being a former hate-filled Klansman who was saved by God’s grace:
I came of age in the early 1960s in Mobile, ...
Black Children Jailed for Crime That Doesn't Exist
Judge Donna Scott Davenport was the subject of a recent ProPublica investigation because of the staggering rate at which children are arrested and put ...
Racial Bias Evident in NFL Lawsuit Settlement
The National Football League has been embroiled in lawsuits for nearly a decade from former players alleging that the league knew that its sport resulted ...
Resisting Evil in Small but Mighty Ways
In the book, The Zookeeper's Wife, author Diane Ackerman describes the brutal occupation of Warsaw, Poland by the Nazis. The Warsaw Zoo became a hiding ...
Purdue University Honors Sisters Who Persevered
Purdue University recently announced the renaming of two of its residence halls after two extraordinary alumni, Freida and Winifred Parker. In 1946, they ...
Reporter Removed from NBA Coverage Following Hot Mic Scandal
Veteran ESPN on-air talent Rachel Nichols was planning to work as a sideline reporter during the 2021 NBA Finals. Instead, she was replaced by another ...
Protests Sparked after Viral Video of Racist Harasser Includes Address
Edward Matthews had a problem with some of his neighbors, and it seemed based on his language and demeanor that he didn’t like their race. At least ...
Black Homeowner’s Appraisal Doubles After White Friend Poses as Owner
For most homeowners in a hot housing market, the value of their property tends to rise dramatically. But not for Carlette Duffy. Her home seemed not to ...
Wrongful Arrest Results in Police ID Reform Bill
In the spring of 2018, Charles Battle II had no idea that he would become the focal point of his local community’s struggle to reform the way police ...