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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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What You Need To Know About the Defense Production Act – The 1950s Law Biden Invoked

U.S. President Joe Biden on May 18, 2022, announced he is invoking the Defense Production Act to help end the

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Racism Is Different Than Colorism – Ronald Hall Speaks About His Experience Researching Colorism

Why does your research matter and why do you study it? Hall: This research matters as the nation and indeed

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The Stigma Around Male Domestic Violence

How Male Abuse is Minimized In an op-ed by Neffer Kerr titled, “Strong & Silent: Breaking the Stigma of Abuse

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EPA Administrator, Michael S. Regan, Focused on Clean Air and Water for Communities of Color

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael S. Regan remains on a journey to justice. He said President Joe Biden’s historic

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Calm after the Racist Storm, Buffalo Shootings Cease Following Massacre

Eight days before the self-avowed white supremacist Payton Gendron’s mass shooting in Buffalo, detectives laid out a hoard of weaponry

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Buffalo Mayor to Appear on NNPA Live Morning Show

Mayor Byron Brown, the first African American mayor and the longest-serving mayor in Buffalo’s history, plans to appear on the

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