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New Journal & Guide
New Journal & Guide

5127 E Virginia Beach Blvd
Norfolk, VA 23502   Directions

(757) 543-6531


Africans In America:  The Beginning of Our 400-Year Odyssey
08/23/2019 1:23pm

By Cassandra Newby-Alexander, Ph.D. Professor of History, Norfolk State University Beginning in 1619 with the arrival of 20 and odd Negroes aboard the English ship White Lion and about three-to-four people aboard the Treasurer, a vessel owned by the Virginia Company of London, people of African descent became a permanent cultural and political fixture in The post Africans In America: The Beginning of Our 400-Year Odyssey appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

“Why I Have Visited The Border”
08/23/2019 11:27am

By Derrick Johnson NAACP President and CEO As I ventured to the southern border near Laredo, Texas, I could not help but think about the tragic shootings in El Paso and Dayton, which are stark reminders of the dangers that plague our communities under the resurgence of white nationalism, domestic terrorism, intolerance and racial hatred The post Why I Have Visited The Border appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

“More American”
08/23/2019 11:26am

By Sean C. Bowers Is anyone more American than anyone else 45 would have you believe so, from his incessant twitter-dumb REAL FAKE NEWS feed. If this absurd premise was followed to its logical conclusion, we would base our final decision, not on race, but on what the individual in question has done to help The post More American appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

Slavery Trail of Tears
08/22/2019 11:27am

By Wornie Reed, Ph.D Four hundred years ago, Africans were brought to Jamestown. Of course, they were not the first Africans to arrive in what is now the United States. There were others, including Estevanico 1500-1539, known variously as Estaban de Dorantes, Esteban the Moor, and Little Esteban. He was a slave known as the The post Slavery Trail of Tears appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

Stacey Abrams Starts Foundation To Push Back Voter Suppression
08/22/2019 11:26am

By Rosaland Tyler Associate Editor New Journal and Guide Aiming to bring voter suppression sharply into focus, former Georgia Gubernatorial Candidate Stacey Abrams recently launched Fair Fight 2020 in a Gwinnett County elementary school, a voting site that experienced technical difficulties and caused lines to back up on Election Day. Gwinnett County has 156 voting The post Stacey Abrams Starts Foundation To Push Back Voter Suppression appeared first on The New Journal and Guide .

The Hampton Roads Business Journal
The Hampton Roads Business Journal

150 W Brambleton Ave
Norfolk, VA 23510   Directions

(757) 446-9000


The Virginian-Pilot
The Virginian-Pilot

5429 Greenwich Rd
Virginia Beach, VA 23462   Directions

(757) 446-9000



720 Boush St
Norfolk, VA 23510   Directions

(757) 446-1000


A firefighting Supertanker plane from the US is helping in the Amazon rainforest
08/25/2019 6:05am

Bolivia just got a huge helping hand in the fight to keep raging fires in the Amazon rainforest at bay.

A New Jersey man started out as a custodian. This school year is his first as assistant principal
08/25/2019 5:57am

Taras Petryshyn started out in Clifton Public Schools as a high school student,then a custodian. Now, hes about to start his first school year as an assistant principal in the same district.

Woman shot in Newport News, police investigating
08/25/2019 5:46am

The Newport News Police Department is investigating after a woman was shot early Sunday morning.

Newport News Police respond to wrong-way crash, 5 people injured
08/25/2019 5:41am

The Newport News Police Department and the Virginia State Police responded to a crash on I-64 early Sunday morning.

First Warning Forecast: Breezy with a mix of sun and clouds, stray shower possible
08/24/2019 11:05pm

Mostly cloudy skies with a few spotty showers possible. Expect lows tonight near 70. Another cool day on tap Sunday. Temperatures will once again struggle to get out of the 70s. It will be unsettled with a few showers possible. Skies will once again be mostly cloudy. It will be breezy with winds out of the northeast at 10-15 mph and gusts up to 25 mph. The persistent northeasterly wind could lead to some tidal flooding at times


300 Wavy St
Portsmouth, VA 23704   Directions

(757) 393-1010


Norfolk Police investigating homicide on W. 27th Street
08/24/2019 3:03pm

Police are investigating a shooting incident that left one man dead in the 1400 Block of W. 27th Street.

Citizens, political leaders mark 400th anniversary of slave ship arrival at Fort Monroe
08/24/2019 2:03pm

HAMPTON, Va. WAVY Hundreds of people gathered at Fort Monroe in Hampton for the 400th anniversary commemoration of the first enslaved Africans brought to English North America. A ceremony was held where localand state leaders came together to share the importance of this day. The slave trade was one of the most cruel atrocities

Police: Body found in water at Bayview Blvd. in Portsmouth
08/24/2019 7:58am

PORTSMOUTH, Va. WAVY A body has been found in the water on Bayview Boulevard in Portsmouth Saturday morning, according to police. Reports say that the call came in at 7:31 Saturday morning regarding the incident that happened at the 2600 block of Bayview Boulevard. According to reports, the man described as African American was

BLOG: Dorian forms, Erin next?
08/24/2019 7:32pm

First of all, lets talk about Tropical Storm Dorian. As of the time I am writing this, the storm has winds sustained at 40 mph and is moving to the West at 12 mph. This storm has a long way to go before it moves into the Caribbean, but it may strengthen, into a Category

Suntrust Bank organizes panel to teach NSU students about financial literacy
08/24/2019 10:28pm

NORFOLK, Va. WAVY When students head to college, theyre focused on preparing for the future thats why bankers in the area want to teach them on how to be financially smart. Suntrust Bank has started a community series to teach financial literacy, and on Saturday they spoke with students at Norfolk State University


613 Woodis Ave
Norfolk, VA 23510   Directions

(757) 625-1313


Norfolk police investigating homicide on W. 27th Street
08/24/2019 10:34pm

Dispatch said the call of a shooting came in around 2:48 p.m. in the 1400 block of W. 27th Street.

Newport News hosts ceremony for new Brooks Crossing Innovation and Opportunity Center
08/24/2019 5:27pm

The center make workforce development and STEM education services readily accessible to citizens, students and businesses.

Gov. Northam announces commission on African American history education at Hampton's African landing commemoration
08/24/2019 5:26pm

Hundreds of people attended the event which reflected on the first landing of African slaves, 400 years ago.

Annual back to school giveaway, carnival returns to Chesapeake
08/24/2019 3:24pm

The 9th Annual Back to School Giveaway and Carnival offered students free school supplies and clothes.

Gov. Northam signs executive order establishing African American History Education commission
08/24/2019 11:39am

The commission will review Virginias history standards, and instructional practices used to teach African American history in the state.

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