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Black and White views converge on intermarriage LEE A. DANIELS (NNPA)—I've long believed a succinct modern definition of marriage can be found in America's Declaration of... [Read More]
The New Pittsburgh Courier captured the very first comments from Antwon Rose Sr., father of Antwon Rose II, during a rally at Freedom Corner in... [Read More]
Former East Pittsburgh police officer Michael Rosfeld has been found not guilty in the June 19 fatal shooting of Antwon Rose II.Rosfeld, who was charged... [Read More]
Just moments after the Not Guilty verdict for Michael Rosfeld was read by the jury foreperson, African Americans in Pittsburgh congregated outside the Allegheny County... [Read More]
Is Pittsburgh gentrifying? Is Pittsburgh's Black population declining? If you ask Martell Covington, he'll tell you, "Yes and yes." Covington, a Central Catholic High School... [Read More]
As the New Pittsburgh Courier celebrates Women's History Month, we decided to spotlight one of the hardest working women in Pittsburgh—Errika Fearbry Jones, Superintendent Anthony... [Read More]
Mark Nordenberg, the former Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, told the audience at the African American Chamber of Commerce's March 15 PowerBreakfast meeting he's... [Read More]
The New Pittsburgh Courier has learned that Dena and Martin LaMar have been named to Pittsburgh Opera's Board of Directors. Dena LaMar is the Regional... [Read More]
PITTSBURGH—UPMC and Atlanta-based IBEX IT Business Experts have teamed up to create technology that aims to increase the use of diverse suppliers by UPMC and... [Read More]
Andrea Matthews, who founded the Children's Sickle Cell Foundation in 2003, is returning to Pittsburgh after a short stint in Maryland as a public health... [Read More]
Recently, Coleman Hughes, a Black writer for Quillette magazine, participated in The Mills Series' annual lecture at Lafayette College. His lecture was called: "Anti-Racism and... [Read More]
(NNPA)—As rational, thinking adults, we kinda knew something was amiss with Michael. We subscribed to the Peter Pan and/or asexual fallacy 'cause we needed to.... [Read More]
When North Side resident Dana Hroblak looked at her hospital bill, she was stunned. It was an invoice for $27,000. "I remember saying, 'It's Monopoly... [Read More]
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The parishes of St. Paul Cathedral (Race & Reconciliation), St. Benedict the Moor, and Charles LaWanga, along with the Association for the Study of African... [Read More]
Staying in line with their vision to have a well-informed, empowered and united African community in Southwestern Pennsylvania, the United States and the African continent,... [Read More]
"Your mission Jim, should you decide to accept it...As always, should you or any of your IM Force be caught or killed, the Secretary will... [Read More]
The month of February is set aside for Black History and a time to remember our heritage, reflect and commemorate all the men and women... [Read More]
Can you imagine not watching the news? I can't but I have a lot of friends and co-workers (day job) that say the news is... [Read More]
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