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January 14, 2015

VH1 says "No mas" on "Sorority Sisters"; NBC News launches NBCBLK, new black site; fired after challenging radio host's racial comments; Ann Curry leaves NBC, but network seeds her startup; record Charlie Hebdo sales, questions about French racism; in 2012, Boko Haram killed 9 in Nigerian newspaper offices; "Things White Latinos Are Sick of Hearing"; persistence, resources secured telling Tamir Rice video; Sister2Sister to end print edition (1/14/15 and 1/15/15)

VH1 Says "No Mas" on "Sorority Sisters"

NBC News Launches NBCBLK, New Black Site

Fired After Challenging Radio Host's Racial Comments

Ann Curry Leaves NBC, but Network Seeds Her Startup

Record Charlie Hebdo Sales, Questions About French Racism

In 2012, Boko Haram Killed 9 in Nigerian Newspaper Offices

"Things White Latinos Are Sick of Hearing"

Sister2Sister to End Print Edition

Sister2Sister, a women's magazine that focuses on black Hollywood, will end its print edition so it can focus on its website, publisher Jamie Foster Brown told readers on Monday.

"MY DEAR SISTER2SISTER READERS after 26 years of 'Giving It To YOU Straight, No chaser'we have made the tough decision to cease printing our beloved and very informative Sister2Sister magazine due to the harsh economy and plan to focus on our website and other digital opportunities," Brown wrote on the publication's website. "Sister 2 Sister is a dream that became a reality…truly my life’s work and my joy. . . ."

A publicist for the magazine said in October that the publication was restructuring but had not filed for bankruptcy.

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