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Grant Writing Workshop Will Teach How to Raise Money For Nonprofit Organizations

Cherry Hill, NJ — Community and Economic Development expert, Ms. Mujiba Salaam Parker, is hosting the Get Your

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Scholarships for Students Who Are Improving Health Outcomes in Their Communities

From a high school senior who provides nutrition education to local youth to a future family nurse practitioner who conducts community-organized wellness checks …

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Power Networking Event For Women Business Owners and Professionals

I never thought I would have personal experience with Health Crisis Management but now I do and I encourage Entrepreneurs to create a Health Crisis Management Plan.

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President Trump’s FY 2019 Budget Hurts Low-Income, Black and Brown Communities

President Trump’s budget would also insufficiently invest in our nation’s infrastructure, while also cutting grants that fund infrastructure development at the state and local level.

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3rd Annual Event to Honor Good Deeds with Acts of Kindness Awards

“Tragic events around the country are growing more disturbing. Regardless … there is so much good in the world. We work to remind people of that, as often as we can.

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Meet the Public School Teacher Who Was Fired For Hosting a White Supremacist Podcast

Later on, she talked about racial biology and said, “So many other researchers have looked into this and that’s just the way it is. There are races that have higher IQs than others.”

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Federal Lawsuit Over Illegal Private Probation Scheme in Gardendale, Alabama

The settlement of a federal, class-action lawsuit brought by the SPLC that also required new policies and procedures to protect court defendants from abusive court-debt collection

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NAACP Deeply Concerned About Ben Carson’s Attempt to Change HUD’s Mission

Dr. Carson’s attempt to diminish HUD’s mission comes on the heels of the 50th anniversary of the Kerner Commission’s report which affirmed that discrimination and segregation …

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Black-Owned Construction Company Launches Business and Community Empowerment Conferences

Black-Owned Construction Company CGC is committed to helping raise awareness to bring an end to economic disenfranchisement – which is often the precursor to gun violence within the city of Philadelphia and within the African American community.

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Racial Identity – “The Grass is The First to Go,” Takes on Violence, Politics, Morality and Race

‘Am I Black Enough?’ a play about the struggle in communities when people within the same group have their cultural and racial identity challenged by their own. ‘The Grass Is the First to Go’, speaks to the lack of stewardship and the failure to value life, opportunity and resources.

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Gonzaga Presidential Speaker Series Welcomes ‘Me Too’ Movement Founder Tarana Burke

This contemporary issue affects all of us. My hope is that this event provides an opportunity to engage with leaders at the forefront of this social justice movement.

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