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BLACK PRESS EXCLUSIVE: Talking education with Bill Cosby

Love for learning anchors his ongoing support of education.

Tennessee passes sign language bill

The Tennessee Legislature has passed a measure that allows students to take American Sign Language and get credit for their foreign language requirements.

Justin Ford arrested, charged with aggravated assault, false imprisonment

Police: Arrest comes after Ford, girlfriend argue at a Church's Chicken

WATCH: Former President Barack Obama makes first public remarks

"What's been going on while I've been gone?" Obama jokes at University of Chicago.

LOC Sunday Celebration to feature student talent

Former Hallelujah 95.7 FM radio personality Michael Adrian Davis will host this year’s annual LOC Sunday Celebration on Sunday (April 23) beginning at 4 p.m.

TSU scholarship recipients say ‘thank you’ to donors

TSU President Glenda Glover said scholarship donors help the university stay on the path of excellence by ensuring that students receive quality education through their gifts.

Africa In April 2017 off and rolling!

With the Republic of Togo well represented, the Africa In April Cultural Awareness Festival ushered in year 31 of a commitment to enhance the Greater Memphis area’s appreciation of African culture.

A ‘Day Without Immigrants’ is coming May 1

For a full 24 hours on May 1, participants will join others in myriad parts of the country in a boycott of anything and everything that involves them giving back to the United States.

Now Hiring: Crosstown Concourse

Concourse employers host job fair on April 29, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Suspect in Facebook video killing shoots himself to death

Facebook announces review for reporting harmful content.

Rep. Turner and state legislature honor civil rights icons

Lee Sisters were called “Most Arrested Civil Rights Family.”

Local Democrat calls out Corker on Instagram over Black Lives Matter remark

TSD still awaiting response from Corker's office.

Trumpeting a ‘new and improved TNReady’

Radio ads tout why testing matters.

Gas tax, health care complicate Tennessee governor's race

Wildcard issues make race for Tennessee governor less predictable.

Black women in D.C. bring to life the untold stories of overlooked Black women in Civil War history

Female Re-Enactors of Distinction (FREED) established in 2005 in association with African American Civil War Museum.

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