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Black and Biracial Americans Wouldn’t Need to Code-Switch If We Lived in a Post-Racial Society

Even though we are becoming more racially and ethnically diverse, for black and biracial Americans, the pressures to adapt to a dominant white culture – and surrender their unique sense of self – can be suffocating.

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New Partnership to Take One of the Fastest Growing Black Woman-Owned Consulting Firms to the Next Level

“I’m enthusiastic about the opportunity to join this outstanding company to build new business and engage innovative partners to support EDJ’s growth and success,” Chatman said.

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Black Festival Ranks Among the Five “Top Theatre Festivals to Visit Around the World”

Regardless if an attendee is a fan of traditional theatre (August Wilson), urban contemporary (Tyler Perry) or just loves a great art festival, this event has something for everyone. The diverse line-up of plays, exhibits, parties…

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Registered Nurse/ Entrepreneur Creates Online Nursing Program to Help More Students Pass the NCLEX Exam

“This isn’t just about content delivery,” Nurse Chioma said. “I take the time to learn what each of my students is personally struggling with and tailor my approach accordingly.”

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Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin Dies at 76 – Her Legacy Is Larger Than Life

“The NNPA profoundly mourns the passing of our beloved ‘Sister Leader’ and Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin,” said NNPA President and CEO Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. “Her creative genius was matched by her steadfast courage …

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New Study Provides Critical Insights On Unique Health Needs Of African Americans

access to the highest quality of healthcare for persons of color,” said Eric J. Williams, DNP, RN, CNE, FAAN, President, National Black Nurses Association. “Our participation in the study helps us better understand health attitudes and behaviors of African Americans.

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Black Entrepreneurial Couple to Teach New “Couples in Business” Webinar

“My husband and I paid off $50,000 in debt and are now living our dream. It’s one of my passions to teach creative entrepreneurs how to create income part-time,” comments Renee Hughes, who is co-founder of the program and a Personal Development Business Coach.

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spectacularly backfired for the right-wing oil barons by demonstrating that such a system would not only cover everyone but also save $2 trillion over a decade.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Why Do We ‘Write Blank Checks for War’ But ‘Our Pockets Are Empty’ When It Comes to Medicare for All?

She pointed to a recent Koch Brothers-funded study that spectacularly backfired for the right-wing oil barons by demonstrating that such a system would not only cover everyone but also save $2 trillion over a decade.

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analysis targeting Medicare for All, which—in another embarrassing moment for the brothers—found that instituting such a healthcare system in the United States…

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Backfire for Koch Brothers as Survey Shows Americans Actually Want Free College, $15 Minimum Wage, and Medicare for All

The Intercept‘s report on the survey follows a Koch-funded analysis targeting Medicare for All, which—in another embarrassing moment for the brothers—found that instituting such a healthcare system in the United States…

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California Lawmakers Warned: Back Net Neutrality or “Feel Constituents’ Wrath”

“California assembly-members won't get a second chance and they need to decide immediately to either side with the public or be willing to pay the price for catering to big telecoms.”

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Former President Barack Obama Announces First Wave of Midterm Endorsements

“I’m proud to endorse such a wide and impressive array of Democratic candidates—leaders as diverse, patriotic, and big-hearted as the America they’re running to represent,” Obama said in a statement. “I’m confident that, together, they’ll strengthen this country…”

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We Have to Get Real about the Achievement Gap between Black and White Students

The most recent “Building a Grad Nation” report from America’s Promise Alliance says that, “Twenty-three states have Black-White graduation rate gaps larger than the national average, including five states…

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