February is Black History Month in America. U.S. President Donald Trump participated in a reception that was held in honor of National Black History Month in the East Room of the White House on Thursday in Washington, DC.

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Tamla Horsford

The Forsyth County Sheriff's Department issued an update on the Tamla Horsford case after questions were raised on social media about the lack of progress in the investigation into her death.

Horsford, 40, died on November 4, 2018 after attending an overnight "football moms" slumber party with 7 women at a home in Forsyth County, GA.

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Bernie Sanders, President Trump

Bernie Sanders has announced his intention to run for President of the United States again. Bernie was famously sabotaged by his own Party in favor of the Democrat's choice for President - Hillary Clinton. Their decision backfired badly when Trump upset Clinton to win the election by a landslide in 2016.

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If you are a Black woman who lives and works in the corporate environment in New York City, you can now wear your natural textured hair to work without fear of retribution.

NYC guidelines now make it illegal to discriminate against people of African descent who wear their natural curly textured hair to work.

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Tamla Horsford

The lawyer representing a Cumming, GA homeowner who hosted a sleepover where a Black woman died in November has released a statement.

Tamla Horsford, 40, died on November 4, 2018 while attending a "football moms" sleepover with 7 women at a home in Forsyth County, a predominantly white area notorious for its racist past.

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Tamla Horsford

Unanswered questions surround the mysterious death of a Black mother-of-5 who was found beaten to death after attending a "football moms" sleepover with 7 white women and 3 men at a home in Forsyth County, GA.

Tamla Horsford, 40, of Cumming, GA, was found face down in a yard after she attended a football moms sleepover on November 4.

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Jussie Smollett

After 2 days of interrogations, the Chicago Police Department released two Nigerian brothers late Friday without charges in the Jussie Smollett hate crime case. The brothers are no longer considered suspects, according to CPD spokesman Anthony Guglielmi, who said "new evidence" has emerged.

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