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Five Tips for Securing COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments

In the United States, more than eight in 10 Covid-19 deaths have occurred among those of

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Racism and Its Deadly Cousins – It’s Easier To Buy an Assault Rifle Than to Register to Vote

What does it say about our country when we don’t have time to absorb the impact

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Former NFL Player and Financial Expert to Speak at Black and Brown Business Summit in West Des Moines

Brian Copeland is a starting NFL Linebacker and a Financial Wellness Professor at the University of

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New Children’s Book Celebrates Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams, Toni Morrison, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. all attended Historically Black

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Documentary Inspires More Black Boys to Become Doctors

Dallas, TX — The long-anticipated documentary Black Men In White Coats is taking the nation by storm in a

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‘Twenty Pearls’ AKA Documentary Shows the Vision and Impact of Black College Women

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® is the nation’s first sorority for Black college women. Founded on

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Georgia’s New Voter Suppression Law Could Cost Atlanta the MLB All-Star Game & $200 Million

The Atlanta Braves have plans to operate its 41,000-seat Truist Park at 100 percent capacity by

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API Lays Out Initiatives, Including Partnerships with Communities of Color

The American Petroleum Institute (API) said it would support carbon pricing to help lower the country’s

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George Floyd Family Receives Historic Civil Rights Wrongful Death Settlement

Civil rights attorneys Ben Crump, Antonio Romanucci, L. Chris Stewart, Jeff Storms and other co-counsel on

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Autism Society of America Kicks Off #CelebrateDifferences Campaign with Freeform’s Cast of ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’

The Autism Society of America is kicking-off its annual #CelebrateDifferences campaign in April with two exciting

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Prophetic Politics and Black America: “What Will You Do unto the Least of These?”

If it were not for the Black Church in America, our long struggle for freedom, justice,

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Disney+ Streaming Service Places Restrictions on ‘Classics’ with Racist Stereotypes

DISNEY+ has announced they are restricting the viewing of “Dumbo,” “The Aristocats” and “Peter Pan” from its

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National Museum of African American Music Opens in Nashville

From the hymns of slaves in the 17th and 18th centuries to hip-hop artists’ powerful message

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Match Recap: Men’s Tennis – Owls Make Adjustments to Down UTA

Houston:  The Rice men’s tennis team evened its record at 8-8 with a 5-2 win over UTA

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Raising the Minimum Wage Is a Health Issue, Too

Congress just missed one of its best shots at improving health when the Senate failed to

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Unequal Treatment for College Women’s Basketball Players Has Deep Historical Roots

When college women basketball players began to post photos and videos of how they got less food, less accurate COVID-19 testing and less exercise

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How To Improve Public Health, the Environment and Racial Equity All at Once

During a presidential election debate on Oct. 22, 2020, former President Donald Trump railed against Democratic proposals

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US Museums Hold the Remains of Thousands of Black People

Among the human remains in Harvard University’s museum collections are those of 15 people who were

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When Can Kids Get the COVID-19 Vaccine? a Pediatrician Answers 5 Questions Parents Are Asking

Do kids really need to get the COVID-19 vaccine? The short answer is yes. A lot

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Woman Launches Newest Black-Owned Radio Station and TV Network in Downtown Atlanta

Nationwide — Tina Redmond aka DJ Chic Chick, a California native from Inglewood known for having many

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Black Women Speakers Speak Out for Women’s History Month

Detroit, MI — This month in Speakers Magazine, the publication celebrates Women’s History Month with a cover story on

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Surprising Results from Guaranteed Basic Income Study – Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration (SEED)

An ongoing study conducted in Stockton, California, examines how the lives of low-income Americans can improve

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What Is a Hate Crime? the Narrow Legal Definition Makes It Hard To Charge and Convict

A white man travels to one business and kills several workers. He then kills more people

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Asians Are Good at Math? Why Dressing up Racism as a Compliment Just Doesn’t Add Up

The narrative that “Asians are good at math” is pervasive in the United States. Young children

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U.S. Has a Long History of Violence Against Asian Women

Asian American women understand that the alleged murderer of eight people in Atlanta was acting in

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Blues Legacies and Black Feminism – Ladies Sing the Blues and Represent the Resistance

Like most forms of popular music, African-American blues lyrics talk about love – love of Black

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‘Sex Addiction’ Isn’t Really an Addiction – It Reflects a Person’s Own Moral Misgivings About Sex

A 21-year-old white man is alleged to have entered three different spas in the greater Atlanta

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Five Tips for 2021 Graduates To Prepare for a Fiercely Competitive Job Market

Colleges may return to normalcy in a few months as the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines continues.

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Two Women CEOs Partner to Elevate Black Entrepreneurs Through Business-Boosting Tools and Services

The collaboration between Urban Business Directory, founded by Lauren McDonald, and Infinite 7, founded by Gia

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4 Steps To Reaching Biden’s Goal of a July 4th With Much Greater Freedom From COVID-19

President Joe Biden set a goal for the U.S. to have COVID-19 under enough control by summer that

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Seven Ways To Avoid Becoming a Misinformation Super-spreader

The problem of misinformation isn’t going away. Internet platforms like Facebook and Twitter have taken some steps

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The Pandemic Recession Has Pushed a Further 9.8 Million Americans Into Food Insecurity

The COVID-19 pandemic has imposed hardship on millions of vulnerable Americans through unemployment and reduced work hours.

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‘Doing Nothing’ Is All the Rage – Is It a Form of Resistance, or Just an Indulgence for the Lucky Few?

The pandemic has either created too much free time or too little. Kitchen-table commutes and reduced social obligations

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Racism Is Behind Anti-Asian American Violence, Even When It’s Not a Hate Crime

Over the past year, attacks on Asian Americans have increased more than 150% over the previous year, including

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Police and Civilians Disagree on When Body Camera Footage Should Be Made Public

Many police chiefs and regular American civilians agree that officers’ body camera footage should be released

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Needed: A New Black Student Movement to Address Voter Suppression Initiatives – GDN EXCLUSIVE

Why do college students need to use civic engagement as a tool to address voter suppression

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Challenging Racism: Continued – Voting Rights and Voter Suppression

Challenging Racism: Continued will present a look at voting rights and voter suppression through the lens

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How Do mRNA Vaccines Work – and Why Do You Need a Second Dose?

  Tens of millions of people across the U.S. have received a coronavirus vaccine. So far, the majority

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Making It Easier To Vote Does Not Threaten Election Integrity

As state legislators consider hundreds of bills on election policies this spring, false claims of voter fraud are

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Black Millennial Couple Builds Sustainable, Eco-Friendly Home Division in Atlanta

Elize and Majesty Gayle are two career-oriented individuals who found each other on a popular dating

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Hip-Hop Professor Looks To Open Doors With World’s First Peer-Reviewed Rap Album

As a rap artist who is also a professor of hip-hop, I always make it a

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The African Roots of Swiss design

Design remains a largely white profession, with Black people still vastly underrepresented – making up just

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Media Savvy: 6 Tips To Help You Detect Fake Science News

I’m a professor of chemistry, have a Ph.D. and conduct my own scientific research, yet when consuming

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Energy Policies and Potential Impacts on Household Budgets

Most people are concerned when energy costs rise, especially prices at the pump. It’s understandable since

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Biden: States Should Open Vaccinations to All Adults by May 1

Just hours after signing into law his massive $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, President Joe Biden

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Black Students Have Far Less Trust in Their Colleges Than Other Students Do

The big idea Black undergraduates consistently said they trusted the people who run the colleges they

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Americans Are Finally Making Vacation Plans — Here’s Why Yours Should Include Amsterdam

For most Americans, being safe and responsible means that venturing too far away from our homes

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Encouraging the Celebration of Everyday Icons Through Letters, Unity and Service

Alpha Kappa Alpha Founder’s Great-Grand Daughter, Chantel Harris, Celebrates Iconic Daughters this Women’s History Month (New

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Rice University Athletics – Owls Bounce Back Against Trinity

Match Recap: Men’s Tennis | 3/13/2021 Houston: The Rice men’s tennis team returned to winning form

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Zooming For Economic Equity and Against Voter Suppression Hosted by “A Call to Colors” and “A Call to Corporate America” – GDN Exclusive

Corporate Attendance is Welcomed!  Saturday March 27, 2021 (1:00 pm-3:00 pm) Click here to register A

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