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Meet the Certified Holistic Coach Who is Helping Black Women Fight Endometriosis

Renee is very passionate about supporting the Black community. “I know what that pain feels like and I remember at one point working with a holistic specialist that cost $200 an hour…”

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A Black Doctor Among Four Dead in Shooting at Mercy Hospital

A Black doctor was among four people who died in a mass shooting at Mercy Hospital in Chicago’s predominately Black Bronzeville neighborhood. She was identified as Tamara E. O’Neal.

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Criminal Justice Reform Long Overdue for Black America

For 40 long years, until North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue signed “Pardons of Innocence” documents for each member of the Wilmington Ten (including myself)…

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Election 2018 and A Free Press -Time to Evaluate the Results

The thought of black candidates beating Trumpian acolytes of his political idiocracy must have unnerved President Trump. In his post-election remarks, he seemed to unfurl frustration on minority reporters.

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National Trust Raises Over $10 Million to Preserve Historic Black Sites

The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that one year after the launch of the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund the organization has hit a funding milestone, raising more than $10M dollars for this $25M initiative.

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The ‘Roots’ of Slavery and its Lasting Effects – A System of Discrimination

Still, those names come with a price because many agree that hate is as American as Apple Pie and baseball. And, victims of such hate not only include the once enslaved African American…

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Female Entrepreneur Breaks Cultural Barriers in Jamaica

Founder of Compton, California-based entertainment law firm, “Wan Move,” Moiika Stanley’s first international event, the Wan Move Diaspora Experience (WMDE) Conference and festival is a trailblazing event…

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‘Amazing Grace’ – Documentary of Aretha’s Best-Selling Gospel Album

The smooth transition from her live recording to the now historic double album culminated with a Grammy Award for Best Soul Gospel Performance. The making of the documentary traveled a much rougher road.

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Dallas Cowboys Rekindle the Hope of Fans

In winning their first road game of the season, the Cowboys improved to 4-5 and are just two games behind the Washington Redskins (6-3) in the race for supremacy in the NFC East.

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The Bitter Lesson of the Californian Fires

The California fires are just the most recent in a series of major wildfires, including fires in Greece in July this year that killed 99 people, Portugal and Chile in 2017, and Australia. Why do wildfires seem to be escalating?

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How Anti-Black Bias in White Men Hurts Black Men’s Health

Researchers have documented “large, pervasive and persistent” racial inequalities in the U.S. Inter-group relations are among the factors that contribute to such disparities, many of which manifest themselves in gaps in health care.

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Black Couple Suing Costco After Manager Called 911 and Accused Them of Robbery

“I need police immediately at the Costco wholesale,” the caller said, according to WJLA. “I have a robbery in progress. They’ve been here before. They just robbed the Glen Burnie Costco an hour ago.”

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