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Report confirms, “Income Is No Shield Against Racial Differences in Lending”

Report confirms, “Income Is No Shield Against Racial Differences in Lending”

“What I find most disturbing is the truth that in Lexington, and most of the United States, even where you have the economic means to make choices about where and…

Ida B. Wells revived in Constant Star

Ida B. Wells revived in Constant Star

“Her diaries, which women of her time did not write for public consumption, reveal a very complex, vulnerable, lonely, impatient, driven personality behind the assertive, self-confident public persona. It is…

MUSLIM LEADER W. DEEN MOHAMMED PASSES AWAY AT AGE 74

MUSLIM LEADER W. DEEN MOHAMMED PASSES AWAY AT AGE 74

“We mourn the loss of our brother Imam W. Deen Mohammed. We thank Allah for him and his great contribution to the ongoing work of Prophet Muhammad ibn Abdullah (P.B.U.H)…

Twenty years later, The Roots and Heritage Festival is still going

Twenty years later, The Roots and Heritage Festival is still going

To some of the originators, the festival is slipping away from its original focus. Holmes, who lived on Chestnut St. for 16 years or so said, “It’s grown and become…

Key Newsjournal Special Series: “Our children, Our schools”

Key Newsjournal Special Series: “Our children, Our schools”

"The most important thing you can do is show your kids that you value education and you’re interested in what’s happening at school. Stay in touch with your child’s teacher,…

TUSKEGEE AIRMEN VISIT LEXINGTON

TUSKEGEE AIRMEN VISIT LEXINGTON

Kentucky has a rich history of aviation including Willa Brown from Glasgow, KY, the first Black woman licensed pilot who was teaching Black men at Tuskegee. Because of that rich…