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January 11, 2014 will be National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, which reminds America that over 20 million men, women, and children across the globe are enslaved and subject to countless kinds of abuse and injustices on a daily basis. Staying informed and giving back are minor ways of helping put ... More >>
Meet the reverend of real estate
The City Council today announced the key figures who will be charged with dividing up the city into new districts based on Census data. It's the next redistricting frontier! The announcement of the Council's appointments comes on the same day that important news broke in the statewide redistrict ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. April 13, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 15 'Fire in his mouth, trumpets in his throat' By Dalton James He had kept the faith. And now, in the refuge of the Abyssinian Baptist Church, Adam Clayton Powell was nestled amid a flower garden of wrea ... More >>
Under the gaze of Moses, King Solomon, Hammurabi, and Abraham Lincoln (in a mural on the ceiling of the New York County Courthouse rotunda), the latest sad drama in the city's real estate bust played out this morning with minimal fanfare. Speaking slowly and deliberately, the auctioneer finis ... More >>
Isaac Hayes died Sunday, August 10, ten days shy of his 66th birthday. He was a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The the first non-acting African-American to win an Oscar, and a threetime Grammy winner. As much as anyone, Isaac Hayes, with his unique, near spoken-word bass vocals and pencha ... More >>
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Embattled mayor embraces a harsh critic, but still can't find forgiveness in some African American quarters.
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