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Many poor Blacks in the south will remain uninsured

Many poor Blacks in the south will remain uninsured By Freddie Allen      WASHINGNTON, DC (NNPA) – Even if healthcare.gov, the web portal for federal health insurance exchange, worked perfectly, more than five million poor, uninsured adults, many of them Black, will continue to go without coverage, because they live in states that didn’t expand Medicaid, according to a recent brief by the Kaiser Family Foun ...

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Pipe Springs National Monument shows exemplary collaboration with Kaibab Paiute Tribe

Pipe Springs National Monument shows exemplary collaboration with Kaibab Paiute Tribe ...

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Racism costs the U.S. billions every year ...

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Subtle racism damages health

Subtle racism damages health ...

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Corrupt Judge was texting Instructions to prosecutors to help send people to prison

Texas district Judge Elizabeth E. Coker is stepping down from the bench after she is being heavily scrutinized because of a texting scandal ...

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New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park celebrates Quintessential American Music

The New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park celebrates the place where jazz emerged and its evolution into the quintessential music of American culture. ...

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Unemployment for Black women at four-year low

Unemployment for Black women at four-year low ...

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The Humanity of Malcolm X in his own words

The Humanity of Malcolm X in his own words ...

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Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr. reports to Butner Federal Correctional Facility in North Carolina

Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr. reported to a federal correctional facility in Butner, North Carolina to begin to serve his sentence ...

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