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Monthly Archives: June, 2021

Officer abandons Black woman being threatened with gun

Video of a Chicago police officer abandoning a woman who was being threatened by a man with a gun in South Shore last week...

GHA Executive Director Taryl Bonds Earns President’s Award from NCRC NAHRO

Recently, Gary Housing Authority Executive Director Taryl Bonds was presented The President’s Award by The North Central Regional Council (NCRC) of the National Association...

Report: Public Housing Authorities Can Play A Role In Reducing The Racial Homeownership Gap

 It’s National Homeownership Month and Research Demonstrates Untapped Opportunities to Scale up Public Housing Authority Homeownership Programs  A report released recently draws attention to an...

Illinois Lottery Celebrates Historic Milestone of First Instant Ticket, 7-11-21®

The Illinois Lottery launched its very first instant ticket, 7-11-21, in 1975, bringing players millions of dollars in prizes over the past 45 years....

Federal judge halts Black farmers’ debt-relief program in new legal blow

Black and other minority farmers were dealt a new legal blow on Wednesday when a Florida federal court issued a preliminary injunction halting a...

Corpus Christi Catholic Church to close after 120 years

By Erick Johnson Theresa Rhea has been a member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Bronzeville for 69 years. Her mother, grandmother and son have...

Joel Caston Is The First Incarcerated Person In DC To Hold Public Office

By Anoa Changa, NewsOne Sometimes reporting on the historic nature of an election can overlook important issues for the surrounding community. But Joel Caston’s history-making...

Lawsuit filed by students against Indiana University

Last Monday, several Indiana University students filed a federal lawsuit against IU challenging its draconian COVID Vaccine Mandate. The lawsuit alleges that IU has violated...

Family Focus Inc. starts ‘Beds for Kids’ initiative

Children in some homes in your community do not have their own beds to sleep in due to conditions passed down generationally, poverty, mental...

Kierra Coles’ family offers $45K reward for information on missing pregnant postal worker

The family of a missing pregnant postal worker is now offering a $45,000 reward in the case. Kierra Coles, 27, was last seen on surveillance...
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