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Curator and Researcher Mary Elliott shares insight into new Black History Museum

Curator and Researcher Mary Elliott shares insight into new Black History Museum ...

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Black businesses adjust to gentrification in Shaw

Black businesses adjust to gentrification in Shaw ...

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Eight –year-old starts his own bakery

Jalen Bailey, an eight-year-old boy from Fresno, Calif. is running his very own home-based bakery called Jalen’s Bakery where he sells every-thing from cookies to bread to pastries. ...

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The moral origins of Donald Trump’s improbable rise to power

The moral origins of Donald Trump’s improbable rise to power ...

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Statement on Voting Rights wins in Kansas, Georgia and Alabama

Statement on Voting Rights wins in Kansas, Georgia and Alabama ...

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Airbnb is making real progress for travelers of color

Airbnb is making real progress for travelers of color ...

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Georgetown is trying to make good on their slave owning past, but is what they are offering good enough?

Not sure of the total amount of slaves Georgetown actually owned in its entirety, but they are offering the descendants of nearly 300 slaves preferential treatment in its admissions process. ...

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Fourth week of Non-Violence includes 16 U.S. and global cities

Civic leaders in the U.S. and overseas are helping to launch the Fourth Annual 2016 Week of Non-Violence, Justice and Opportunities, beginning Saturday, Oct. 15-23, 2016, sponsored by Black Women for Positive Change (BW4PC) and the Positive Change Foundation (PCF). ...

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The worst 10 states in America to raise Black children

All children deserve a good education and an opportunity to fulfill their dreams and reach their goals in life. But for many Black children, finding the support they need in order to become successful in life doesn’t always come easy. In fact, much of it depends on where they live. ...

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