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Tributes have poured in for “The Black Eagle." The post RIP Joe Madison: Tributes Pour In After ‘The Black Eagle’ Radio Legend And Activist Dies At 74 appeared first on NewsOne.

The Black Liberation Army veteran freed Assata Shakur before becoming a political prisoner. The post Sekou Odinga, Movement Elder And Former Political Prisoner Who Freed Assata Shakur, Dies At 79 appeared first on NewsOne.

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Josephine Wright, who famously sued a real estate developer she accused of attempting to harass her into selling her family's long-owned South Carolina property, died at 94. The post Rest In Power: Notable Black People Who Have Died This Year appeared first on NewsOne.

New Orleans soul singer Jean Knight has died at the age of 80, which was confirmed to the Associated Press on Monday by family representative Mona Giamanco. The post Rest In Power: Notable Black People Who Have Died In 2023 appeared first on NewsOne.

Tributes are paying homage to William E. Spriggs, the noted economist and longtime Howard University professor who died at 68. The post RIP William Spriggs: Tributes Pour In For Chief AFL-CIO Economist And Noted Howard University Professor appeared first on NewsOne.

Randall Robinson, a lawyer, author, anti-apartheid activist and founder of TransAfrica, has died at the age of 81. The post Tributes Pour In For Randall Robinson After Anti-Apartheid Icon And TransAfrica Founder Dies At 81 appeared first on NewsOne.

The award-winning journalist's career was 66. The post Fred Hickman, Legendary Sports Broadcaster, Dies At 66 appeared first on NewsOne.

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Tiffany Jackson, former WNBA star and head basketball coach at Wiley College, died at the age of 37 following a battle with breast cancer. The post Wiley Head Basketball Coach And Former WNBA Star Tiffany Jackson Dies At 37 appeared first on NewsOne.

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Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, according to the Royal Family. She was 96 years old. The post Queen Elizabeth II Dies At 96 appeared first on NewsOne.

Bernard Shaw, a pioneering Black TV broadcast journalist and CNN's first chief anchor, died of pneumonia not related to COVID-19. He was 82. The post Bernard Shaw, Legendary CNN Anchor And Pioneering Black Journalist, Dies At 82 appeared first on NewsOne.