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New Lilly Diabetes Helpline to Assist People Seeking Solutions to Insulin Affordability Starting August 1, the Lilly Diabetes Solution Center will point people toward customized solutions based on personal circumstances

Starting August 1, a new dedicated helpline called the Lilly Diabetes Solution Center will assist people who need help paying for their insulin – such as those with lower incomes, the uninsured, and people in the deductible phase of their high-deductible insurance plans, Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) announced today ...

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Rep. Barbara Lee Considers Run for Chair of the Democratic Caucus

     Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) said that she’s seriously considering running for Chairman of the Democratic Caucus, the fourth-highest ranking position in Democratic leadership in the United States House of Representatives. ...

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2018 NNPA Lifetime Legacy Award Winner Rev. Jesse Jackson pushes for Federal Anti-Lynching Law

      While in town to receive the 2018 Lifetime Legacy Award from the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) at their NNPA Awards National Legacy Awards Black Tie Gala and Annual Convention in Norfolk, Virginia, Rev. Jackson spoke to NNPA publishers about the need to adopt legislation to address the despicable act of lynching. ...

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Police Killing of Antwon Rose Tests Pittsburgh’s Long-frustrated Black Community

Over the next several days, outraged protesters took over thoroughfares, disrupted rush hour and shouted from the steps of the county courthouse, demanding that the white officer who killed the Black teenager be charged. ...

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One Choice is No Choice: Florida Governor Rick Scott Denies Critical Healthcare Coverage to Those Living with HIV  

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the nation’s largest non-profit HIV/AIDS healthcare provider and largest global AIDS organization, is blasting Florida Governor Rick Scott for denying critical healthcare coverage to those living with HIV/AIDS ...

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Black WWII Soldier Denied Officer Status Becomes Commissioned Lieutenant 76 Years Later at 98-Years-Old

     John Edward James Jr., 98, completed his officer training in 1942 but was denied his bars because of his race, WHYY-FM reported. ...

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NAACP Florida State Conference condemns CFO Patronis’ actions to an African American clemency applicant about the number of children and number of mothers of his children

CFO Patronis asked intrusive questions of an African-American clemency applicant’s regarding the number of children and number of different mothers to the children.  ...

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What to the Slave is the 4th of July?

What to the Slave is the 4th of July? ...

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Human clinical trials are up next for experimental HIV vaccine

       According to U.S. researchers, an experimental HIV vaccine protected animals from dozens of strains of HIV and a human trial of the vaccine is expected to begin in the second half of 2019.   ...

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