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Bounce Celebrates The Life & Legacy of Rep. John Lewis, To Air Memorial Service for Civil Rights Icon Live Thursday, July 30

ATLANTA, July 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Bounce will broadcast live the farewell memorial service for Rep. John Lewis tomorrow, Thursday, July 30, starting at 11:00 a.m. (ET). The funeral will also be live-streamed at BounceTV.com

A Select Reason To Remember John Lewis

John Lewis succumbed to pancreatic cancer, Friday, July 17, 2020. He was 80 years old. For many reasons, John Lewis’ death reverberates in my mind. No, not because of his tenure in the United States House of Representatives, representing Georgia’s ...

IN MEMORIAM: The World Mourns A True Icon and Freedom Fighter - John Lewis 1940-2020

Somewhere it’s raining. Somewhere the heavens have opened up, reflecting the tears that are falling across the globe as news of the death of civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis (D-GA) spreads.

IN MEMORIAM: Legendary Civil Rights Icon C.T. Vivian Dies at 95

“Some thoughts on the Reverend C.T. Vivian, a pioneer who pulled America closer to our founding ideals and a friend I will miss greatly,” Former President Barack Obama wrote in a statement. “We’ve lost a founder of modern America, a ...

Civil rights legend Rep. John Lewis dead at 80

John Robert Lewis, the son of sharecroppers who survived a brutal beating by police during a landmark 1965 march in Selma, Alabama, to become a towering figure of the civil rights movement and a longtime US congressman, has died after ...

Black workers more likely to face retaliation for raising coronavirus concerns

As more corporations jump into the fray, offering statements of support for African Americans in the aftermath of the police killing of George Floyd and the ensuing protests, a new study reveals that many companies’ actual policies and practices contradict ...

How to get ready for hurricane season during coronavirus outbreak

Plans may have to be adjusted due to COVID-19

A comment on ‘cancel culture’

As the conversation of racial inequality continues to clog the airways (and rightfully so) we, as black people, find ourselves in a particularly delicate position balancing between patience and pissed off (again, rightfully so).

Shawn Stockman issues an open letter to police officers of America

Across the country, police officers are kneeling in solidarity with protesters against police brutality.

Policing in America 2020: Vestiges of Slave Patrols on Contemporary Urban 'Plantations'

It was Negro History Week, 1968. I couldn't wait to get home from school to tell my grandfather what I had learned. Papa, 89-years-old, still lucid and engaged, always asked about my 'lessons' in 4th grade.

The New U.S.A.: The United States of Anxiety

As COVID-19 spreads across the nation levels of anxiety and stress are skyrocketing.

American innovation helps patients beat coronavirus

American scientists are working furiously to develop treatments for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.

Joe Biden attacks freethinking black Americans while President Trump empowers them

“I was born black, still live the black experience as a black man in America every single day. My family comes from the South, and we have experienced discrimination, racism, bigotry, and survived Jim Crow. My Papa was a proud ...

The American Legion pays tribute to America's fallen veterans

Every crisis has new heroes. During the 9/11 attacks, they were the first responders running into burning and crumbling buildings as others ran out. Now, during the Coronavirus pandemic, the most visible heroes are the health care professionals, who are ...

2020 Census Self-Response Rate Map: VIDEO

For more information, please visit 2020census.gov/response-rates.