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Amazon Prime and Prejudice: It’s Time for Closer Scrutiny of the Online Retailer’s Practice Of Selling Hate

Barbara Arnwine, the founder and president of the Transformative Justice Coalition, says that progressive lawmakers in Georgia should punish Amazon for promoting hatred and bigotry.

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‘A Great Warrior and Statesman’ Former Congressman Ron Dellums Dies at 82

With crucial campaign assistance from Coretta Scott King, the widow of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as well as from Berkeley’s powerful anti-Vietnam War organizations, 35-year-old Dellums was elected to Congress.

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Surprising Ways to Beat Anxiety and Become Mentally Strong – According to Science

Do you have anxiety? Have you tried just about everything to get over it, but it just keeps coming back? Perhaps you thought you had got over it, only for the symptoms to return with a vengeance? Whatever your circumstances, science can help you to beat anxiety for good.

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Meet the Black Entrepreneur Who Left a Six Figure Career to Start a Mobile Notary Service

Sidell says that although people were excited for her new venture, they kept asking ‘Why are you leaving the security of a corporate job to venture into the unknowns of self-employment?’ She responds with a simple reason…

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Back to School — Are Your Children Ready? Youth Camp to Teach Principles of Success and How to “Be Someone”

You have no doubt heard of what is called the “achievement gap” separating African-American students, as well as other minority groups, with their white peers.

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As Real Estate Developers Rush to Mine D.C.’s Affordable Housing Stock, Some Residents Are Left in the Dust

City officials and real estate developers were willing to invest in the low-income, Brookland neighborhood and the people who had lived there for decades.

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Conference Positions Aspiring Black Authors to Ink Their Next Bestseller

Whether you’re an aspiring author with only a creative idea for a book, or you have 20+ books published and you’re ready to take it to the next level, The Red Ink Conference – the premier conference for authors and editors is for you!

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First Ever Black Woman-Owned Real Estate Academy Launches Online and On-Site Real Estate Courses

The organizations are purposeful about encouraging the entrepreneurial vision of aspiring and seasoned real estate agents. They also recognize the need to remain relevant in the competitive real estate industry.

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Lawsuit Charging Alabama Violated Equal Protection Laws in Blocking Birmingham Minimum Wage Increase

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously Wednesday to overturn a lower court’s 2017 dismissal of a lawsuit charging Alabama violated federal equal protection laws…

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New Study Finds Police-Related Fatalities May Occur Twice as Often as Reported

“The new data that we’re using is capturing a lot more cases than what the official data is showing us, but there is still an undercount,” he said. “Everything that we’ve put forward within our research, we still think of that as being conservative.”

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Why I Chose to Be the Mentor for the NNPA’s Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellowship Program

My mother, my first mentor, recognized my passion and love for the performing arts and was determined to not only encourage me to pursue my dreams, but also to show me that those dreams could in fact become a reality.

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A Small Gift Can Leave a Lasting Legacy When You Invest in Historically Black Colleges and Universities

We honor one man—Jack Weldon Patrick—and his commitment to HBCUs, and we thank his friends and family for their continued investment in the work of TMCF. We hope his example encourages others

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