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Fraud Alert: How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19 Scams

As America continues to distribute COVID-19 vaccines, prioritizing and educating the most at-risk populations about vaccines is crucial to tackling

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Black America Needs a ‘New Normal’: Equitable Credit Access to Build Wealth

Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has imposed dual crises. Over 542,000 Americans lives were lost and continue to

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Mobilizing to Find Missing Black Children: Your Help is Needed!

When the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) posted a photo of 14-year-old Isaac Gastelum on Twitter, the

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From Disinvestment to Reinvestment – Activist Campaigns to Force Corporations and Governments to Shift Resources

WASHINGTON, DC – Activist campaigns to force corporations and governments to shift resources away from unjust and destructive systems can

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To Sell Your Home Quickly, List it on a Thursday Before Labor Day

PRESS ROOM: To Sell Your Home Quickly, List it on a Thursday Before Labor Day Homes are selling within days

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Rev. Al Sharpton Commercial to Begin Airing in New York on National Cable Television Stations to Get Out the Vote

New York, NY – With a critical election and much at stake in the City of New York, Civil Rights

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Black-Owned Moving Company Brings 50 Jobs to Charlotte, NC

A Black-owned moving and logistics service company called College Dudes Help U Move Inc. is adding 50 jobs to the Charlotte, North

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Great Britain’s First Black Studies Professor Wants to Unite the Diaspora

Kehinde Andrews grew up as a child of the British Black Power movement. A professor of Black Studies in the School of

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Temple University Selects First Black President in its 137-Year History

Temple University has selected Dr. Jason Wingard as its 12th president and the first Black person in its 137-year history

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Historically Black East Towson Residents Say White Supremacy and Environmental Racism Threatens their Land

In historic East Towson, Maryland, things are not always black and white. But residents of the Baltimore County municipality that

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Traveling While Black? Black Travel Series Continues With a Journey to Berlin

With travel restrictions mostly eliminated, many are exercising their pre-pandemic desire to take to the roads and the skies to

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Republican Opposition to Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Puts Truck Drivers At Risk

President Joe Biden’s proposed $2 trillion infrastructure plan goes beyond improving dilapidated roads and bridges across the country Commonly called

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Grammy Award Winner Stephanie Mills Releases New Music Decrying Racial Injustice

Music lovers, prepare yourself for one of the most anticipated comebacks in history. The legendary Grammy Award winner Stephanie Mills

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Supreme Court Weighs Voting Rights in a Pivotal Arizona Case

Would you vote by mail if you had to drive hours to a post office to mail your ballot? That

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The People, Not the Police, Should Decide If and How Surveillance Technologies Used In Communities

Four and a half years ago, the use of surveillance technologies by local police and governments was growing exponentially. There

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Protect People, Not Police Lobbyists Are Harmful to the Communities They Serve

On March 13, 2020, Louisville police officers killed Breonna Taylor, a Black medical worker, during a botched no-knock raid on

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Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn – Racially Motivated Crimes that Ignite Outrage

Decades ago, long before BLM protestors marched and chanted “George Floyd—I can’t breathe,” demonstrators shouted “Yusuf. Yusuf. Yusuf. No justice,

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Supreme Court Ruling is a Win for Investigative Journalists and Civil Rights Researchers

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court issued a decision interpreting the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), a federal anti-hacking law from

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Migraine is a Health Disparity for People of Color

Migraine is a neurological disease that affects 60 million Americans and is the 2nd leading cause of disability worldwide. It

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Dr. Fauci Addresses ‘Shots at the Shop’ During Black Press Appearance

Dr. Anthony Fauci said he wholeheartedly supports President Joe Biden’s initiative with Black-owned barbershops and beauty salons to get more

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New Journal and Guide Publisher Brenda Andrews Explains Why the Black Press Still Matters

If you ask Brenda Andrews why the Black Press still matters after 194 years, the New Journal and Guide publisher

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