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Falling out of care and Black women’s access to HIV/AIDS Treatment

become a cautionary tale about access to care and treatment for Black women—especially in the South ...

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Stand Your Ground!

These three words pack a big wallop ...

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FAMU SBI Alumnus Jemal Gibson comes full circle with book, ‘Drugs: My Curse, My Savior’

Jemal Omar Gibson — author, motivational speaker, corporate executive and philanthropist — has been called to teach, speak, serve and in-`spire. In his first book, Drugs: My Curse, My Savior ...

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Dillard Elementary Impact Girls welcomes keynote speaker Dr. Cassann Blake and Saxophonist Randy Corinthian

Dr. Cassann Blake of the internationally renowned Cleveland Clinic will present the keynote address ...

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Closures of 53 schools tied to education profiteering, say critics

Let’s not pretend when you close schools primarily on the south and west sides (of Chicago) that the children who would be affected are Black ...

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One in four is too many

Too many young people become infected and too few are tested for HIV. ...

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Warring with the war on drugs

War on Drugs is a racially biased and strategy ...

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Coach Joe Redmond steps down marking the end of an era

Redmond announced that he would no longer coach high school football after spending the last 38 years coaching football at either the high school or collegiate level. ...

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NAACP Town Hall meeting: Ten rules for dealing with police

The program, entitled 10 Rules for Dealing with Police began with an informative video of the same name. ...

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Delta honors: Celebrating a century of service

century of service ...

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