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Pfizer partners with Sickle Cell Disease community on new digital platform

That’s why Pfizer Inc., partnered with the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA) to create, one SCDvoice, a digital platform that provides access to resources designed to increase knowledge, emotional support, and help empower people living with SCD, according to a press release about the new platform. ...

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Historic Madam C.J. Walker building to get $15.3M restoration

      It was once the headquarters of one of America’s first Black woman millionaires. Today, the Madam Walker Theatre Center, a cherished relic from a bygone era of Indianapolis Black culture, is getting a major makeover. ...

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Donna Brazile Keynotes the State of the Black Press in 2018

     Political analyst and author Donna Brazile delivered a stirring address about the “State of the Black Press in 2018” at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., capping off the National Newspaper Publishers Association’s (NNPA) annual Black Press Week. ...

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New Book, ‘The Grass Is The First To Go’, tackles violence, morality, race and politics

New Book, 'The Grass Is The First To Go', tackles violence, morality, race and politics ...

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Black Author/ Activist Elevates The #Metoo Movement — Establishes new rules for how men should interact with women in the workplace

Black Author/ Activist Elevates The #Metoo Movement — Establishes new rules for how men should interact with women in the workplace ...

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Table in Vietnam on which President Obama Enjoyed a $6 Noodle Meal is Preserved Forever as Tourist Attraction

     A table on which former US President Barack Obama had a $6 meal in a restaurant in Vietnam has been properly identified and preserved for tourism purposes. ...

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New Bill Cosby trial on old allegations begins April 2

Bill Cosby’s criminal retrial on sexual assault charges set to begin with jury selection on March 29 after Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Judge Steven O’Neill rejected the comedian’s request to have the charges against him dismissed. ...

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Meet the First Ever African American Woman Vice President of CBS News

Godwin is the first African American woman to become the vice president of News in the history of the television network. ...

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The Black Community and American Energy Policy

     —The American Association of Blacks in Energy is a Black think tank focused on energy policies, emerging technologies, and environmental issues. ...

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Howard helper ends up needing help herself

Howard University student Dara Freeman was in pain, crazy pain, the kind that most people will never experience. Freeman, 20, had been hit with a migraine headache. ...

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