Greater Diversity News Print Edition 4-30-15

Greater Diversity News (GDN) is a statewide publication with national reach and relevance.  We are a chosen news source for

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Tips to Stay in Touch with Your Spiritual Side

(StatePoint) While there are many differences between the major world religions, there are just as many similarities. Fostering a conversation

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Police Violence Coverage Takes Mental Toll

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Police have killed at least 369 people in the first four months of 2015, with 103 Black

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Five Ways to Avoid Altercations With the Police

By Matthew R. Drayton During the past few months, there has been numerous incidents— some tragic—where police officers were accused

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Focus on Art of Storytelling in Tradition of West African Griot

Tubman Museum Sets Grand Opening at New Location for May 16 Macon, GA – After 15 years of planning and

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Seen but Seldom Heard: Challenging the Perceptions of Young Disabled People Through Poetry and Performance

The London 2012 Paralympics raised the profile of disabled athletes in way never seen before. The focus was unquestionably on

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Teachers with Subconscious Bias Punish Blacks More

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – When teachers harbor subconscious racial bias, they are far more likely to discipline White students less severely

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Spotty Baltimore Police Presence at Civilian Review Board Meetings

Baltimore’s police union has not sent a representative to a meeting of the city’s Civilian Review Board since 2009, according

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The Alliance Looks and Leads to Tomorrow

Educate, organize and mobilize – (www.thethirdreconstruction.com) – This past weekend I attended the 10th NC Black Summit of the Alliance of North

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Greater Diversity News Print Edition 4-23-15

Greater Diversity News (GDN) is a statewide publication with national reach and relevance.  We are a chosen news source for

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Study: Polarization in Congress Is Worsening, and It Stifles Policy Innovation

American politics has grown so polarized in recent years that there’s hardly any cooperation at all across the aisle, but

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Farm to School Lessons Learned Better Food, Same Cost

Hemingford, Nebraska, public schools recently transitioned from a “warm and serve” to a “made from scratch” school lunch.   The

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