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End of Obama’s workforce report

End of Obama’s workforce report ...

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Black unemployment rate falls to 8.1 percent in August

The unemployment rate for Black workers improved from 8.4 percent in July to 8.1 percent in August, according to the latest jobs report from the Labor Department ...

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Black Lives Matter protesters close London City Airport runway

Black Lives Matter protesters close London City Airport runway ...

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Clinton rolls out mental health plan

Clinton rolls out mental health plan ...

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Comcast’s internet essentials help low-income families bridge the digital divide

In five short years, the cable giant Comcast has achieved incredible success with its Internet Essentials program, connecting 750,000 low-income households to the power of the Web. ...

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Café Mocha Salute Her: Beauty of Diversity Tour presents Inaugural Toyota Green Award

The concept of “going green” is still new in many African American communities, but thanks to the Toyota Green Initiative (TGI)—launched by Toyota USA six years ago – the concept has grown substantially, spotlighting green solutions through interactive business partnerships and innovative programs within communities of color to increase recycling, reduce waste, and overall educate the public. ...

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The NNPA launches historic Black Voter Turnout project for 2016 election

We must use that voice as an urgent clarion call for a massive, historic and unprecedented Black American voter turnout on Nov. 8, 2016 across the nation. ...

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Seventeen- year-old genius on track to complete a doctorate program this year — she graduated high school at age 11

She graduated high school at age 11, earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the age of 14, an MBA at the age of 16, and is set to earn a PhD. at 17-years-old. ...

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At new museum, a Pop-Up Support System for Black Lives Matter

At new museum, a Pop-Up Support System for Black Lives Matter ...

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Two reasons why low income children are doing better in kindergarten

A new study shows that poor children are beginning to catch up with wealthy children when it comes to being prepared for kindergarten. Although both wealthy and poor children have shown improvement over the years, low-income children are improving at a faster pace. ...

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