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Major Prostate Cancer Research Targeting African Americans

Health statistics paint disturbing trends, including that 60 percent of Black males are more likely to develop prostate cancer than any other race. Just as unsettling, African American men are twice as likely to die of prostate cancer than any other ethnic group. The seriousness of this disparity isn’t lost on a national network of prostate cancer researchers and experts who have joined forces to study prostate cancer in African American men.


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Dream Crazier with Serena Williams — Tennis & Life Successes!

She’s an entrepreneur, wife, mother, and activist. Although so many aspects of her life are torn apart by critics, Williams continues to receive praise…

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Women’s Voices Reign Supreme on New Hip-Hop Podcast
It’s 2019 and hip-hop is still going strong. Women are making strides in society, culture and justice. As we celebrate Women’s History Month…
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Legislation to Establish African Burial Ground Museum
African Burial Ground is a cemetery in Manhattan considered the oldest and largest known burial ground in North America for free and enslaved Africans.
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Alfred Liggins is the Other Half of Urban One’s Success Story
Look, my mother has an amazing story from where she came, and she’s always been more of a forefront person. A lot of people tend to think this woman built this company…
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With Confidence and ‘Courage,’ Tami Sawyer Declares Candidacy for Memphis Mayor

I am running now because when I see our city and I see our people and I look at the conversations that we are having at high levels of leadership…

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Congressman Bobby Scott Spearheads Two Important Bills
The congressman’s comments and the advancement of the Rebuild America’s School Act comes as a new report revealed that white school districts receive $23 billion…
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Hebrews 10:23-24
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23: Now we can look forward to the salvation God has promised us. There is no longer any room for doubt, and we can tell others that salvation is ours, for there is no question that he will do what he says.
24: In response to all he has done for us, let us outdo each other in being helpful and kind to each other and in doing good. •




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