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How Many Bots Are on TWITTER? The Question Is Difficult to Answer and Misses the Point

Twitter reports that fewer than 5% of accounts are fakes or spammers, commonly referred to as “bots.” Since his offer

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A Quest for Significance Gone Horribly Wrong – How Mass Shooters Pervert a Universal Desire To Make a Difference in the World

Agonizing questions are being raised by the recent tragic mass shootings at a school in Texas and a supermarket in

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Replacement Theory Isn’t New – 3 Things To Know About How This Once-fringe Conspiracy Has Become More Mainstream

The recent grocery store mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, is placing a spotlight on white supremacy. Eighteen-year-old Payton Gendron

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Culture War Politics Intensifies, Partisan Conflict and Division Have Spread Far Outside Their Usual Boundaries

As our culture war politics intensifies, partisan conflict and division have spread far outside their usual boundaries. Increasingly, virtually any

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Thirteen Mass School Shootings – 146 Children and Adults Killed – And the Gunmen Who Carry Them Out

When the Columbine High School massacre took place in 1999 it was seen as a watershed moment in the United

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When Governments Fail to Act: ‘It’s Easier to Get a Gun than Baby Formula.’ Athletes, Celebs Boil Over Latest Mass Shooting

“It’s been enough. We’ve been at ‘enough’ for centuries,” actress Gabrielle Union tweeted following the May 24 massacre. Nineteen children

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Black Press Journalist Katherine Massey Eulogized As ‘Queen Mother,’ and ‘Community Mayor’

Katherine Massey counted among the 10 African Americans killed on May 14, when self-proclaimed white supremacist Payton Gendron donned body

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HBCU Grad Launches Online Course Platform That Empowers Experts to Teach Online

Nationwide — Meet Christina Moody, an HBCU grad turned entrepreneur who is the founder and CEO of Goalmentum, an online

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New Jersey Officials Propose Police Licensing Bill to Hold Officers Accountable

As police reform bills like the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act remain defeated at the federal level, New Jersey

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With Inpatient Psychiatric Services in Short Supply, America’s Teen Mental Health Emergency Deepens

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide rates among teenagers rose almost 60 percent from 2007 to

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All-black New Orleans Graduating Class Earns $9.2 Million in Scholarships With 100 Percent Acceptance Rate

New Orleans’ St. Augustine High School, which accomplished many firsts for African Americans during the 1950s and 1960s, again enjoyed

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Supreme Court Decision Heavily Diminishes Ineffective Counsel Defense

Although Justice Sonia Sotomayor called the decision perverse and illogical, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday, May 23, that

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Campus and Larger Community Gather at Quarry Amphitheater to Usher in the Era of John R. Lewis College

Hundreds of campus and regional community members gathered beneath the redwoods encircling Quarry Amphitheater to watch the former College Ten

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Plaque Unveiled in NYC to Honor Headquarters of NAACP, Other Progressive Groups

On May 11, Village Preservation and The New School were joined by historians David Levering Lewis, Amy Aronson, Brian McGrath

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CBT? DBT? Psychodynamic? What Type of Therapy Is Right for Me?

Since ancient times, cultures across the world have understood that human suffering can have psychological causes. At its core, psychotherapy

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Civic Engagement

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What Is Humanizing Education? A Greater Diversity Exclusive Part 3: A Pledge to All Children

“Not…by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Is this the ideal to strive toward?

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New Analysis Highlighting Economic Progress and Socioeconomic Barriers Facing Black Americans

The Congressional Black Caucus is committed to advancing Black families in the 21st Century through addressing the economic disparities that

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What Is Humanizing Education? Part 2: Good Intentions Alone, Not Enough – GDN Exclusive

Doing to others, particularly children, what was done to us is often not a choice. It is our inheritance and

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Georgia State Legislators Break Up Communities to Deny a Voice to Voters in Communities of Color

The SPLC released the following statement in response to Georgia’s new congressional and state legislative district maps from Poy Winichakul,

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Preparing for the Voting Rights Battle Ahead in Early 2022

In 2021, 440 bills to restrict voting access were introduced in 49 states. Nineteen states passed 34 new laws making

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The Third Reconstruction: Finishing the Job

Educate, organize and mobilize:  (Reprint of Dec. 2014 article) GreaterDiversity.com provides ongoing commentaries and news to get the masses of

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Economic Equity

Expanding Equal Access

2022 GNI Ad Transformation Lab – Program To Help Black- And Latino- Owned Publications

The Google News Initiative, in partnership with the Association of Alternative Newsmedia (AAN), the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP),

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Meet the Founder of a $500K Scholarship Fund That Supports Black Women Entrepreneurs

  Atlanta, GA — Award-winning entrepreneur Dr. Velma Trayham has launched a $500,000 scholarship fund to support Black women entrepreneurs

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PGA TOUR announces Spaces as part of Twitter extension in 2022

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLORIDA, AND SAN FRANCISCO – The PGA TOUR and Twitter announced a renewal of their content agreement

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Books & Videos of Knowledge

Education for the Masses.

Washington at the Plow: The Founding Father and the Question of Slavery

BOOK REVIEW: Washington at the Plow: The Founding Father and the Question of Slavery by Bruce A. Ragsdale (Belknap Press

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“Wisdom From My Father’s Porch” by Dr. Dorrance Kennedy

Dr. Dorrance Kennedy is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. He is a graduate of Hampton University; received his Master

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We Are Called to Be a Movement By Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II

It’s time for everyone who cares about the state of our nation to heed the call and join forces to

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All That She Carried: The Journey of Ashley’s Sack, a Black Family Keepsake

In a display case in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture sits a rough cotton bag,

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“The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story” by Nikole Hannah-Jones

 Editorial Reviews Review “[A] groundbreaking compendium . . . These bracing and urgent works, by multidisciplinary visionaries ranging from Barry Jenkins

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“White Space, Black Hood” A System of American Residential Caste Based on Race

Cashin shows how government created “ghettos” and affluent white space and entrenched a system of American residential caste that is

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