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Is Segregation & Racism Truly Over?

Racism still alive, they just be concealing it. It’s sad that the last sentence that you read still applies today. What’s not sad is the fact that there are no more segregated schools in Florida. Better yet, there aren’t anymore legally segregated schools in the United States, so you should be thankful for that. However can you think of what it must have been like to go to a school with only once race? For ...

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New NNPA Chair: ‘We’re going to flex our muscles’

‘We’re going to flex our muscles’ ...

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Congestive heart failure striking African Americans at a younger age

While previous medical trends target middle-aged Black populations in awareness efforts, increasingly diagnosis of heart failure is occurring earlier among African Americans. ...

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Woman gets library card 73 years after she was denied book in North Carolina

Pearl Thompson wanted to check out a book from a North Carolina library. But she was told no, because she is Black. ...

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Make-A-Wish Foundation helps make local teen’s wish come true

Yahshua Holland’s wish to meet Comedic Actor Steve Harvey was granted. ...

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Google apologizes for mixing up Black people with Gorillas

Google has apologized after its photo application confused Black people with gorillas. ...

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Zena Yusuf, Black AIDS Institute program coordinator: ‘I saw poverty and disparities’

Yusuf was surrounded by people in need of better health care and sexual education. She also did her “practicum in Clarke County, Georgia, one of the five poorest counties in the nation,” she says ...

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University offers scholarships to children of slain Emanuel AME parishioner

Southern Wesleyan University (SWU) this week announced it is offering full tuition scholarships to the four children of DePayne Middleton-Doctor, a university employee and one of nine victims killed in the tragic Emanuel AME Church ...

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