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Civil Rights Icon Dolores Huerta – Urges People to Plan for the Health Care They Want

Videos released in honor of National Healthcare Decisions Day Portland, OR – Civil rights icon Dolores Huerta has partnered with 

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Brenda Mallory to Lead Council on Environmental Quality – Dig Win for Frontline Workers

Washington, D.C. – Today, Lori Lodes, executive director of Climate Power 2020, issued the following statement after the Senate voted 53-45

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Meet the Founder of a Thriving Black-Owned, Vegan-Friendly Beauty Brand

Meet Nynoka Grant, founder and CEO of Akoyn Beauty, an Atlanta-based Black-owned company that manufactures vegan-friendly personal care specialty products that

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Linda Rawley Thompson – A Champion of Equity and Diversity for New Hanover County, N.C. – GDN Exclusive

Mrs. Linda Rawley Thompson has been the chief diversity and equity officer for New Hanover County since August and she’s

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Ex-Loves, Lies and Video Game Addictions: Pandemic Secrets

Steve Marrow, who founded the kayak website called Paddle About, knew that during the COVID-19 pandemic, going to a party was

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I Just Want My Baby Home’ Says Distraught Mom of Unarmed Black Man Killed by Police

Katie Wright, the mother of the 20-year-old African American man shot and killed by police a short distance from a

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HBCU Grambling State Student To Attend Columbia University, Fulfilling Dying Mother’s Wish

Ayeisha Gipson, a graduating senior at Gambling State University, has endured an almost unimaginable reality over the last few years.

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Florida GOP Lawmakers Vote to Strip Newspapers of Legal Advertising Revenue

Florida lawmakers are acting like alligators who smell blood – they are out for the kill. Their sights set on

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Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President on Reparations: “…There Should Be a Discussion About Redress”

Count Raphael Bostic, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, among the growing and vocal majority who support reparations as

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How To Stop Psychopaths and Narcissists From Winning Positions of Power

One of the human race’s biggest problems has been that people who occupy positions of power are often incapable of

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