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Ella Washington graduated this past weekend with an associate degree in interdisciplinary studies from Liberty University. [Read More]
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Claire Karekezi survived the Rwandan genocide over two decades ago and now is making history as the country's first female neurosurgeon. [Read More]
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Among children aged 5 to 12, Black children had a significantly higher incidence of suicide than White children. [Read More]
Abrams won Georgia's Democratic primary Tuesday, bringing her a step closer to becoming the nation's first African-American woman governor. [Read More]
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Texas Department of Public Safety says it has a video that disproves the woman's allegations. [Read More]
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A group of black-owned coffee shops in Philadephia is encouraging consumers to patronize their businesses on the day that Starbuck closes for racial bias training. [Read More]
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He filed the lawsuit against Haddish over her claims of domestic violence in her 2017 best-selling memoir, "The Last Black Unicorn." [Read More]
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Curry claims that a heckling Houston Rockets fan bumped into her pregnant stomach on purpose. [Read More]
"I did not assault women. I did not offer employment or advancement in exchange for sex. Any suggestion that I did so is completely false." [Read More]
The Rihanna-backed candidate made history to become the island's first woman prime minister. [Read More]
The two police officers involved could also be facing charges. ... [Read More]
The league also declared that players who want to protest can choose to remain in the locker rooms] [Read More]
A police department in Kansas has yet to answer why two of its officers pulled a Black man out of his vehicle after seeing "vegetation" on... [Read More]
The city's authorities have expressed concerns about the actions of Milwaukee police in the tasing and arrest of Milwaukee Bucks player Sterling Brown. [Read More]
"It's exactly what it sounds like," says event organizer, Cameron Whitten. [Read More]
Sheku Kanneh-Mason is an award-winning cellist who was hand-picked by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to perform at the Royal Wedding. [Read More]
It was a British wedding... with glimpses of Black America! [Read More]
"When you got little white girls in Wales saying, 'I want to be like Meghan,' there's a shift worldwide that white male supremacy is on... [Read More]
His sermon, which quoted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was one of the highlights of the wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. [Read More]
They sang Ben E. King's classic song "Stand By Me" during the wedding ceremony. [Read More]
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