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‘Leaving Neverland’ is Michael Jackson’s Pandora’s Box

During the 1993 investigation into Michael’s alleged pedophilia, his sister Latoya created a firestorm by saying that she ‘would not be a silent collaborator in my brother’s crimes against little children.’

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New Interactive Website Featuring Henry Louis Gates, Tracks Slave Voyages

The new slave voyages website counts as the product of three years of development by a multi-disciplinary team of historians, librarians, curriculum specialists…

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Newsrooms Still Lack Women and Individuals of Color

The media is in a state of great disruption, but despite all of the change, one thing remains the same: the role of women is significantly smaller than that of men in every part of news…

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Charles D. King Reminisces at Howard University’s Charter Day

Media mogul Charles D. King received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters during this year’s Howard University Charter Day Convocation. King shared his journey from talent agency…

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Doctors, Lawyers with Monetary Motives Cause Painful Decisions in Women

It has come to light that a collaboration involving some law firms, doctors, and finance companies are pressuring women into unnecessary surgeries to remove the [transvaginal] mesh.

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Heritage Tours Told to Vacate ‘Handy House’ After 24 Years

A letter from the Downtown Memphis Commission (DMC) informed Turner that the operating services of Heritage Tours would not be part of the Handy home’s future.

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Voting Rights Groups’ Lawsuit Against Ohio Heads to Trial

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Black Activist Says He Took Over Neo-Nazi Group to Kill It

A Black activist said he has taken the helm of what has been billed as one of the nation’s largest neo-Nazi groups to put it out of business. Corporate records show James Stern….

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Black College Strips Building of Segregationist’s Name

The News & Observer reported Wednesday’s vote trades Gov. Clyde Hoey’s name for that of the historically black university’s founder, James E. Shepard. A statue of Shepard already stands…

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Holding Credit Bureaus Accountable and Repairing a Broken System

To make matters worse, all three of the major consumer credit reporting bureaus have used this breach of consumer data and consumer trust to sell products they are marketing as identity theft protection.

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The Tax Surprise – Minimal Refund, No Refund

When it comes to taxes, much of the public hears what it wants to hear. If someone says that there will be a cut and they can provide minimal evidence to that effect, such an argument can be a winner.

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How to Reduce Your Risks of Dementia

Many people do not want to think about dementia, especially if their lives have not yet been touched by it. But a total of 9.9 million people worldwide are diagnosed with dementia each year. That is one person every 3.2 seconds.

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