Newswir e, she acknowledged that her father "had his affairs" but "worked through it and moved on.
chairman Glen Sanderson, who will lead the meeting, said: "This is a really exciting time for The Sill as demolition work begins and we move one step closer to the development becoming a reality.
is a federation of more than 200 black community newspapers across the United States.
The news of the NNPA
boycott of South Carolina was reported by EurWeb.
now functions not only as an association of black newspapers but also as an online wire service and a training ground for journalism students.
And when Black Entertainment Television (BET) was sold to Viacom in 2001, which subsequently canceled BET's main public affairs shows--the newsmagazine "BET Tonight with Ed Gordon" and "Lead Story," which featured heavy-hitting political pundits Clarence Page, Cheryl Martin, DeWayne Wickham, George Curry, and Armstrong Williams--the NNPA
made it an object lesson on the perils of nonblack ownership.
based organization of 200 African American papers, recently formed the NNPA
News Service, or "the black Associated Press," according to Benjamin T.
details the United States initiatives to provide adequate nuclear fuel supply and assist developing countries while also strengthening systems of international safeguards and controls.
represents more than 230 black newspapers read by approximately 15 million people.
1 trillion by 2015, African-Americans are still a viable market segment full of business opportunities, according to the African-American Consumers: Still Vital, Still Growing 2012 Report released by Nielsen and the NNPA
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The report, the first of annual installments in a three year alliance between Nielsen and NNPA
, showcases the buying and media habits and consumer trends of black Americans.