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Finding Mother After 5 Decades — Former Foster Child Reveals How She Did It!

Kansas City, MO — In 2018, Grace LaJoy Henderson from Kansas City, Missouri, finally located her mother

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Tyler Perry Pays Grocery Bills For Senior Citizens at More Than 70 Supermarkets

Atlanta, GA — Filmmaker, actor, and playwright Tyler Perry is once again making headlines for helping those

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A Subdued Trump Confronts COVID-19 Reality: Over 100,000 Deaths Possible in “Best” Scenario

On March 31, President Trump appeared in the White Home Briefing room flanked by Vice President

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Lean on Me: Singer-Songwriting Legend Bill Withers Dies at 81

Three-time Grammy Award winner Bill Withers, a singer-songwriter of music with lyrics and harmony carrying messages

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Signs COVID-19 is Disproportionately Impacting African Americans Grow Larger

In a letter dated February 4, and sent to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex

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ACLU Suing Georgia for Blocking Access to the Ballot Box

The ACLU of Georgia on behalf of Black Voters Matter in filing a lawsuit to protect

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BREAKING NEWS: Congressman John Lewis Endorses Joe Biden for President

Legendary Congressman John Lewis (D-Ga.), one of America’s foremost moral leaders whose work since the civil

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Texas-Based Frog Tutoring Offers Free Services As Schools Ordered Closed

Roland Omene, the president and CEO of the Fort Worth, Texas-based Frog Tutoring, said his company

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Supporting Families, Workers Impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic

As Coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in Michigan, there is no disputing that this disease is

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New to Working From Home – Here Are Some Tips

The idea of working from home has always been a glamorized one. Rolling out of bed

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IN MEMORIAM: Earl Graves Sr., Black Enterprise Founder Dies

Tributes have poured in for Black Enterprise founder Earl G. Graves Sr., who died this week at the

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Local Newspapers Are Facing Their Own Coronavirus Crisis

NEW YORK — Just when Americans need it most, a U.S. newspaper industry already under stress

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