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Flooding Outside FEMA’s 100-Year Flood Zones and Racial Inequality

When hurricanes and other extreme storms unleash downpours like Tropical Storm Beta has been doing in the South, the floodwater

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If Obamacare Goes Away, Here Are Eight Ways Your Life Will Be Affected

More than 10 years after its passage, the Affordable Care Act once more hangs in the balance. There have been

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“Truth Be Told: The Policies That Impacted Black Lives” New Exhibition Now Open at Muhammad Ali Center

Louisville, KY — As the call for racial justice and equality in America is louder now than ever before, the Muhammad

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2020 Debate Schedule Released It’s Clear Harris Improved Enthusiasm Gap for Biden Campaign

Democrats are enthusiastic about getting rid of Donald Trump. But a nagging issue regarding the Biden campaign keeps finding its

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Officers in Breonna Taylor Case Escape Indictment

After 194 days, months of protests, and a $12 million civil settlement, the family of Breonna Taylor did not receive

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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.® Does It Again and Raises $1 Million in Support of HBCUs

“We did it, we did it again!” Dr. Glenda Glover, AKA International President and Chief Executive Officer shared with excitement

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U.S. Bank donates $5 million to local communities as part of Rebuild and Transform Fund

  The U.S. Bank Foundation fund addresses systemic economic and racial inequities in small business, housing and workforce advancement Minneapolis,

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How the Right Rigs Elections – GOP’s Tried-and-True Vote-Suppression Techniques

Is it really so hard? Voting, I mean — smooth democratic elections with all citizens able to easily cast their

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Warning from 50+ Progressive Writers and Activists Pen Open Letter Urging Vote for Biden

“It comes down to this. Dump Trump, Then Battle Biden. Vote for Biden at least in swing states—and urge others

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Addressing Racism and Discrimination Has Become a Top Priority for Latinos

Top Priority for Latinos On September 8, 2020 Latino Decisions and the National Association of Latino Elected Officials Education Fund

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Tips for Living Online – Lessons From Six Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Valentine’s Day was sweet, spring break was fun, then… boom! COVID-19. Stay-at-home orders, workplace shutdowns, school closures and social distancing

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The Case of Biden Versus Trump – or How a Judge Could Decide the Presidential Election

Imagine the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020. Given the unprecedented number of mail-in votes this election, Americans may wake up

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Colorado Makes History With Record-Breaking Number of Black Women Judges

Denver, CO — Five Black women are currently serving as judges in Colorado, which is a record-breaking number in the state.

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New Program Helps African Americans Create Wealth By Investing in Their Health

A new program has been launched that is targeting newly-coined African American “mobile-preneurs” who want to work from home or

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Greenlining’s Supplier Diversity Report Card on Contracting with Diverse Businesses; Large Gaps Remain

UNEVEN PROGRESS IN CHALLENGING TIMES America’s racial wealth gap was created by deliberate policy choices based on race, and solutions

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Helped Shape the Modern Era of Women’s Rights Before the Supreme Court

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday, the Supreme Court announced. Chief Justice John Roberts said in a statement that “Our nation

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DNC Launches Ad Campaign in Black Newspapers Across Five Battleground States

Marking the First National Black Voter Day, Print Ads Highlight Impacts of Trump’s Failures on Black Americans’ Jobs and Lives

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Importance of 50+ Voters in New Presidential and Senate State Polls

WASHINGTON, D.C. — AARP released a series of battleground state polls of likely voters in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Montana,

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Justice Ginsburg’s Death Could Prove Fatal to American Democracy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg – affectionately known as The Notorious R.B.G. (after the famous moniker of the late hip-hop star, The

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AARP Polls Reveal Top Concerns for Voters 50 and Older

  More than half of voters 50-years and older in crucial battleground states are worried about contracting the novel coronavirus.

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Supreme Court Decision Jeopardizes CFPB’s Future and its Independence

A June 29 U.S. Supreme Court split decision represents a major setback to both the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)

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