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Entrepreneurs Launch Online Platform to Help You Get Started In Real Estate

Entrepreneurs Launch Online Platform to Help You Get Started In Real Estate

Houston, TX — Real estate entrepreneurs Lena Claybon and Kayela Ceron are looking to create a path

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Financial Expert Releases New Book to Help Change How You Think About Your Personal Finances

Financial Expert Releases New Book to Help Change How You Think About Your Personal Finances

Southbury, CT — Shawn Rochester is an author, entrepreneur, investor and sought-after speaker who has spoken on

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Minneapolis Police Release 911 Call That Led to George Floyd’s Arrest and Death

Minneapolis Police Release 911 Call That Led to George Floyd’s Arrest and Death

Minneapolis, MN — The Minneapolis Police Department has been under fire following the violent arrest that led

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What Is the Coronavirus Doing to the Black Student Debt Crisis?

What Is the Coronavirus Doing to the Black Student Debt Crisis?

It is no secret that the student loan debt crisis of America has excessively impacted Black borrowers and

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Doctors Livestream to Discuss Impact of COVID-19 on Black America

Hope, misinformation, fear, sickness, and death — the impact of COVID-19 on Black communities took center

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Russell Simmons Talks Black Music Month, Allegations

Russell Simmons Talks Black Music Month, Allegations

The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) kicks off Black Music Appreciation Month with an exclusive interview

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Virtual Event on June 3rd – NC Has a Chance to Make History in This Election

Virtual Event on June 3rd – NC Has a Chance to Make History in This Election

Chief Justice Beasley is running for re-election this year to retain her seat on the state’s

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Black People, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the Risk of Death From Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Black People, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the Risk of Death From Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Here are some facts: Black people have been found to be more likely to die from

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Jessica Holmes For Labor Commissioner – Public Service Is Key

Jessica Holmes For Labor Commissioner – Public Service Is Key

Call her the brightest, freshest new star of North Carolina’s Democratic Party. But if you know

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Black Wealth 2020 Sends Plea for Unity in Pandemic Relief for Black-owned Businesses

Black Wealth 2020 Sends Plea for Unity in Pandemic Relief for Black-owned Businesses

(TriceEdneyWire.com) – As the U. S. House of Representatives awaits the political fate of another multi-trillion

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NCDHHS Launches Campaign to Reach Marginalized Populations about COVID-19

NCDHHS Launches Campaign to Reach Marginalized Populations about COVID-19

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is using radio and video messages

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Memorial Day: Why Veterans Are Particularly Vulnerable to the Coronavirus Pandemic

Memorial Day: Why Veterans Are Particularly Vulnerable to the Coronavirus Pandemic

As the nation takes a day to memorialize its military dead, those who are living are

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New #SaveTheSalon Fund to Raise $2 Million for Black Hairstylists

New #SaveTheSalon Fund to Raise $2 Million for Black Hairstylists

The COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating to Black communities across the country, and the salons and

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NFL Announces Major Steps to Incentive Teams to Hire Minorities for Top Posts

NFL Announces Major Steps to Incentive Teams to Hire Minorities for Top Posts

National Football League teams must now interview at least two minority candidates for head coaching positions

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Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Clarifies Message to Black America

Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Clarifies Message to Black America

Presumptive Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden clarified his message to Black America after the GOP, and

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90-Year Old Grandmother Steps in as Texas Police Officers Point Guns at Her Grandson

The video shows the police instructing Anders to exit his car, but he refused to cooperate

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Virtual Happy Hour with Yvonne Holley and Jessica Holmes – May 27th

Virtual Happy Hour with Yvonne Holley and Jessica Holmes – May 27th

You are invited to the below NCDP African American Caucus Virtual Happy Hour. When: May 27, 2020

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RSVP For YDNC Town Hall w/ Congressman GK Butterfield

RSVP For YDNC Town Hall w/ Congressman GK Butterfield

YDNC is excited to be hosting a town hall with the one and only, Congressman GK

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In Remembrance of the Legacy of Ms. Andrea Harris

In Remembrance of the Legacy of Ms. Andrea Harris

Family, Friends, Colleagues and Partners, The North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development stands in mourning

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How Social Media Platforms Contribute to Dehumanizing Other People

How Social Media Platforms Contribute to Dehumanizing Other People

Newswise — A recent analysis of discourse on Facebook highlights how social media and an individual’s

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Nearly 1.25 Million NC Workers File for Unemployment, But Senators Tillis & Burr Break for Vacation

Nearly 1.25 Million NC Workers File for Unemployment, But Senators Tillis & Burr Break for Vacation

NC Department of Commerce Division of Employment Security (DES) has taken more claims in just 64

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Baltimore Fund Provides $500 Micro-Grants For Black-Led Organizations Impacted By COVID-19

Baltimore Fund Provides $500 Micro-Grants For Black-Led Organizations Impacted By COVID-19

CLLCTIVLY launches a no-strings-attached micro-grant to support Black-led and Black-owned organizations on the frontlines— serving children

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Birthed by HBCU Students, Organization Offers Lessons for Student Activists

Birthed by HBCU Students, Organization Offers Lessons for Student Activists

April 15, 2020 marked 60 years since the founding of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, perhaps

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Without Child Care, Work and Family Are Impossible

Without Child Care, Work and Family Are Impossible

I have a Ph.D. from Harvard and a 20-month-old child. Without child care, life revolves around the

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North Carolina Has a Chance to Make History in This Election

North Carolina Has a Chance to Make History in This Election

North Carolina has a chance to make history in this election. NEVER in the history of

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Fraction Family House: Council on Virginia Tech History Seeks Proposals for Public Art

Fraction Family House: Council on Virginia Tech History Seeks Proposals for Public Art

May 22, 2020 — The Council on Virginia Tech History has initiated a call for public art in preparation

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As Collective Memory Fades, so Will Our Ability to Prepare for the Next Pandemic

As Collective Memory Fades, so Will Our Ability to Prepare for the Next Pandemic

Just below the Japanese village of Aneyoshi, there’s a stone carved with a warning: “Remember the calamity

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Black Fatherhood Advocate Pens Children’s Books That Help Parents Discuss Ahmaud Arbery Case

Black Fatherhood Advocate Pens Children’s Books That Help Parents Discuss Ahmaud Arbery Case

Author & CEO Kenneth Braswell wrote these books understanding that cases like Ahmaud Arbery highlight racial

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Mother and Daughter Graduate Together From Medical School, Both Become Doctors

Mother and Daughter Graduate Together From Medical School, Both Become Doctors

New Orleans, LA — Dr. Cynthia Kudji and her daughter, Dr. Jasmine Kudji, recently shared a very

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COVID-19 — My Personal Battle from a Positive to a Negative Result

COVID-19 — My Personal Battle from a Positive to a Negative Result

Jeffrey L. Boney Shares His Personal Journey of Surviving the Coronavirus and Dealing with the Emotional

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Iconic Entertainer and Entrepreneur, Ice Cube, Speaks to the Black Press

Iconic Entertainer and Entrepreneur, Ice Cube, Speaks to the Black Press

Like very few others, Ice Cube is celebrated for his groundbreaking accomplishments in music, film, sports

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Washing Your Hands Is Better Than Disposable Gloves for Preventing COVID-19 Spread

Washing Your Hands Is Better Than Disposable Gloves for Preventing COVID-19 Spread

More than two months after the COVID-19 outbreak was declared a pandemic, the federal government has

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We Shouldn’t Try to Hold Biden Hostage on This One

We Shouldn’t Try to Hold Biden Hostage on This One

Seven prominent Black women activists have made a strong case, and a bit of stir, in

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AMBI® Skincare Partners with Cynthia Bailey for ‘The Next Great Face of AMBI’ Search

AMBI® Skincare Partners with Cynthia Bailey for ‘The Next Great Face of AMBI’ Search

Iconic Multicultural Skincare Brand Launches Nationwide Search for Stars for Upcoming Campaign BETHESDA, MD. – AMBI®

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Does Your AI Discriminate? The Future of Work: Protecting Workers’ Civil Rights in the Digital Age

Does Your AI Discriminate? The Future of Work: Protecting Workers’ Civil Rights in the Digital Age

As the executive and academic director of a leadership center, I study employment discrimination and inclusion. I’ve seen

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Giving Private Schools Federal Emergency Funds Slated for Low-Income Students

Giving Private Schools Federal Emergency Funds Slated for Low-Income Students

Public schools have faced three distinct challenges since the coronavirus pandemic began – scrambling to make

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10 Black Scholarship Programs in 2020 That Are Still Open Despite COVID-19

10 Black Scholarship Programs in 2020 That Are Still Open Despite COVID-19

Every year, there are many programs that give away scholarships to thousands of African American and

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U.S. Bank Offers Financial Support and Demonstrates Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

U.S. Bank Offers Financial Support and Demonstrates Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

  MINNEAPOLIS, MN – As we weather the COVID-19 pandemic together, U.S. Bank is here to

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Old, Sick and Incarcerated – Coronavirus Magnified Our Nation’s Inequality

Old, Sick and Incarcerated – Coronavirus Magnified Our Nation’s Inequality

There were 4623 incarcerated people over 65 in federal prisons during the first week of May.

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The Black Crisis in the Midst of the Coronavirus Crisis

The Black Crisis in the Midst of the Coronavirus Crisis

Dr. Maulana Karenga, chair of the Department of Africana Studies at CSU Long Beach, wants the

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‘Why Democrats Lose Elections’: Clyburn Admits Paycheck Guarantee Best Way to Save Jobs

‘Why Democrats Lose Elections’: Clyburn Admits Paycheck Guarantee Best Way to Save Jobs

Rep. Jim Clyburn, the third ranking Democrat in the House, admitted this week that Rep. Pramila

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Up to 60 Percent of COVID-19 Deaths in Some Counties Are African Americans

Up to 60 Percent of COVID-19 Deaths in Some Counties Are African Americans

African Americans are reportedly dying at higher rates from coronavirus in the United States compared to

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Woman Educator Who Transforms Herself into a Superhero in the Classroom

Woman Educator Who Transforms Herself into a Superhero in the Classroom

Meet Kandra Albury, an educator from Florida, who not only wears her cape in the classroom,

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Senior Makes History With 5.6 GPA, Becomes First Black Valedictorian at His School

Senior Makes History With 5.6 GPA, Becomes First Black Valedictorian at His School

Timi Adelakun, a senior at South Broward High School in Hollywood, Florida, has made history for

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3 Innocent Black Men Awarded $18 Million Settlement After Serving 39 Years

3 Innocent Black Men Awarded $18 Million Settlement After Serving 39 Years

Three men from Cleveland, Ohio — 63-year old Rickey Jackson, 65-year old Wiley Bridgeman, and 62-year

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The Detroit Business Hub Group Launches Online Business Starter Course

The Detroit Business Hub Group Launches Online Business Starter Course

The Detroit Business Hub Group (DBHG), LLC, has launched its first online business starter course. Several

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Senator Robinson Hosts Zoom Conference for Minority Businesses on Loans Available

Senator Robinson Hosts Zoom Conference for Minority Businesses on Loans Available

Senator Robinson and Representative Quick hosted an important Zoom call with Golden Leaf’s Director of Programs,

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Vote-by-Mail Under ‘Existential Threat’ as Top US Postal Service Official Reportedly Forced Out

Vote-by-Mail Under ‘Existential Threat’ as Top US Postal Service Official Reportedly Forced Out

Deputy Postmaster General Ronald Stroman has reportedly been forced out of his position, throwing the leadership of

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For Parents of Color, Schooling at Home Can Be an Act of Resistance

For Parents of Color, Schooling at Home Can Be an Act of Resistance

My 6-year-old hates the British. To be more specific, the British Empire that ruled over up

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