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President Donald Trump speaks with reporters after participating in a video teleconference call with members of the military on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2020, at the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Trump says he’ll leave if Electoral College seats Biden
Associated Press • November 26, 2020
Senior music major KaDarrius Jones received an opportunity to sing one of my favorite pieces, “Lift Every Voice and Sing" on 105 Voices of History TV on YouTube.
Music major performs with national HBCU concert choir
Staff Report • November 25, 2020
Alumna pens children’s book on COVID-19
Alumna pens children’s book on COVID-19
Staff Report • November 22, 2020
Biden will have a lot on his plate when he steps into the White House, and the needs of Black people must be on his agenda
What Biden's Black agenda should be in his first 100 days
David Love, J.D., Guest Columnist • November 22, 2020
Montgomery
Montgomery's Capri Theatre reopening Nov. 27, after closing due to COVID-19 in March
Reprinted from the Montgomery Advertiser • November 22, 2020
The in-person ceremonies for the 2020 Fall graduates continue on Saturday, Nov. 21, at 8:45 a.m. (College of Visual and Performing Arts and College of Education) and at 1:45 p.m. (Percy J. Vaughn, Jr. College of Business Administration, College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, and the College of Health Sciences).
University holds historic five convocations in the stadium
Staff Report • November 22, 2020
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President Donald Trump speaks with reporters after participating in a video teleconference call with members of the military on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2020, at the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Trump says he’ll leave if Electoral College seats Biden
Associated Press • November 26, 2020
Montgomery
Montgomery's Capri Theatre reopening Nov. 27, after closing due to COVID-19 in March
Reprinted from the Montgomery Advertiser • November 22, 2020
In blistering ruling, judge throws out Trump suit in Pa.
In blistering ruling, judge throws out Trump suit in Pa.
Associated Press • November 21, 2020
Carson says he’s ‘out of the woods’ after battling COVID-19
Carson says he’s ‘out of the woods’ after battling COVID-19
Associated Press • November 21, 2020
Biden will have a lot on his plate when he steps into the White House, and the needs of Black people must be on his agenda
What Biden's Black agenda should be in his first 100 days
David Love, J.D., Guest Columnist • November 22, 2020
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President-elect Joe Biden
Democrats, Pelosi and Biden must unite politically to fight for power
Walter C. Farrell, Jr., PhD, MHPS, Guest Columnist • November 17, 2020
Georgia Senate runoffs outcome could make or break the Biden Administration
Georgia Senate runoffs outcome could make or break the Biden Administration
David Love, J.D., Guest Columnist • November 17, 2020
President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris
Exhale. Inhale. Roll up your sleeves
Julianne Malveaux, Ph.D., Guest Columnist • November 17, 2020
NBA to have shortest off-season ever
NBA to have shortest off-season ever
Mason Smith, Sports and Intramurals Editor • November 10, 2020

MONTGOMERY, Ala.- The NBA recently completed its 2019-2020 season in Orlando and many view it as the biggest success of the major American sports....

Beef is a common occurrence in hip hop with various rap artists, producers, and even executives waging war against one another on wax and off. While many of these mixups are devoid of violence or any real bad blood beyond the moment, at times, these situations can boil over and result in physical altercations, or even worse, a loss of life, all of which has transpired in the past fifteen years between heated rivals Jeezy and Gucci Mane.
Jeezy and Gucci Mane's Beef, Explained
Nadine Graham, Guest Contributor • November 19, 2020

If there was ever a time where we needed to see two warring adversaries come together for the greater good, 2020 is it, and hopefully tonight’s...

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Since returning to Montgomery, Dr. Bailey has been a consultant for the Center for Public Television at The University of Alabama, where he was a consultant for their productions on the Lincoln School of Marion and Reconstruction black officeholders. For the Division of Telecommunication and Educational Television at Auburn University, Bailey was an advisor for the Gees Bend story and the Horace King documentary. He was a consultant for the award-winning radio documentary, “Remembering Slavery,” produced by the Institute for Language and Culture at the University of Montevallo.
Want an insider's look at Montgomery history? Join Richard Bailey on his upcoming tours
Reprinted from the Montgomery Advertiser • November 28, 2020

Richard Bailey gave his first citywide Black history tour in February 1985. In the 35 years since, the Montgomery native and Alabama historian...

Charlotte protesters joined other cities by protesting the death of George Ford. Protesters shut down Beatties Ford Rd in front of the CMPD Metro Division. After several hours CMPD brought in riot police to calm the crowd.
Why are face masks so important?
Lucy Kamlewechi, Staff Reporter • October 25, 2020

As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases are increasing daily, it continues to pose a great threat to people all over the world.  Recently,...

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