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This Week’s GDN eNews Email Edition: The Color of Law

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BP Appoints It’s First Ever Black Female CEO

With over 20 years of service in a number of key leadership positions, Priscillah brings a wealth of world-class experience and expertise to her new role. Appointment follows closely on the heels of two recent female senior executive’s promotion.

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Symbols of Hatred and Racism Should Not be Venerated

Trump administration’s refusal to condemn the public display of Confederate symbols emboldens the hateful groups that seek to divide our country. For too long, the

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The Fight for Fair Maps Continues on August 22 at 4pm

For three election cycles — 6 long years — the all-white Republican Caucus that rigged elections

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Jim Crow Statues: The History of the Statue at the Center of Violent Unrest

The violent scenes in Charlottesville, Virginia, that led to the death of one woman and left

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Program Empowers Low Income Young Adults to Go From Poverty to Professional Careers

Year Up is a program that helps low income young adults go from poverty to a

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Taraji P. Henson: Fighting the Good Fight for What Is Right

Actress Taraji P. Henson has never shied away from a worthy cause, and she has always

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White Nationalists Who Marched in Charlottesville Are Being Identified — and Are Getting Fired From Their Jobs!

Thanks to NY Daily News writer Shaun King, a very popular Twitter account called @YesYoureRacist, and other hard-working Twitter

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The Alt-Right On Campus: What Students Need To Know

In this article Why is the Alt-Right Targeting Campuses? The Rise of the Alt-Rght The Alt-Right

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Trump Administration Continues to Play Down the Threat of White Supremacist Violence

After the deadly clash between hundreds of white supremacists and counter-protesters today in Charlottesville, Virginia, President

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Portland Lawmakers Pass Racial Profiling Bill

In an effort to improve the relationship between law enforcement and the Black community, state lawmakers

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Raphael Bostic, President and Chief Executive Officer

 Dr. Raphael W. Bostic recently took office as the 15th president and chief executive officer of the

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