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If you can visit The National Museum of African American History and Culture, go to to find the coolest museums in your own back yard

Premiere African American museums closer to home can be the next best thing. ...

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When low income families cannot get access to fresh produce, why not take the produce to them ...

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Hurricane Matthew lashes Haiti, heads toward Cuba

State of Emergency declared in 66 counties ahead of Hurricane Matthew ...

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Young girl cries while giving an emotional speech about police brutality that will move you to tears

Zianna Oliphant, a young girl from North Carolina, has won national attention after she recently delivered an emotional speech at a Charlotte City Council meeting about the police brutality epidemic in the Black community ...

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Police officer shatters windshield of his police cruiser with handcuffed man’s face

Newly released footage shows a police officer from Lorain, Ohio slamming Pele Smith, a 32-year old African American man who was handcuffed at the time, into his police cruiser so hard that it cracked the windshield, and caused the glass to shatter. ...

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Performing Strong Black Womanhood at the National Museum of African American History and Culture

Performing Strong Black Womanhood at the National Museum of African American History and Culture ...

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Orrin Hudson, founder of Be Someone, partners with Lupita Nyong’o to promote new Disney Film, “Queen of Katwe”

Chess champion Orrin “Checkmate” Hudson from Stone Mountain, GA, has been chosen by Disney Studios to help promote their new film Queen of Katwe starring Oscar award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a Slave) and actor David Oyelowo (Selma, The Butler). ...

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Man finally admits to murder that kept his twin brother in prison for 13 years

Karl Smith, a 38-year old man from Chicago, has recently come forth to make a shocking court-room confession admitting that he was the one who committed a crime that earned his twin brother a 54-year prison sentence ...

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Give communities of color a voice in reshaping education

But in most places, communities of color still have little meaningful say in how their states manage and resource education. ...

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