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Justice is so elusive for Black Americans that dread is more common than hope with another police brutality trial. [Read More]
Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe? Why was it developed so quickly? Those are just a couple of the MANY questions Black Americans have tonight. [Read More]
Some Black Americans and some white Americans have differing views on police in their communities, as tensions still run high over high-profile deaths involving officers. [Read More]
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The Black unemployment rate climbed in February even as most other Americans saw a decline in joblessness, underscoring that the labor-market recovery remains uneven one... [Read More]
The Black community has long faced systemic racism and painful mistreatment at the hands of doctors and the American medical system. [Read More]
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The Black unemployment rate climbed in February even as most other Americans saw a decline in joblessness, underscoring that the labor-market recovery remains uneven one... [Read More]
Hundreds of people have gotten shots thanks to a partnership between the Arkansas health department and historically Black social groups... [Read More]
This installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast explores the role that the Black church plays in American politics, through initiatives like "souls to …... [Read More]
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Some 156 years after the end of the Civil War and the official abolition of slavery through the 13th Amendment, the idea of reparations is... [Read More]
While West Virginia is one of the nation's leaders in COVID-19 vaccine delivery, some folks in the state—notably people of color—may be hesitant to receive... [Read More]
03-05-219:00 am 3 ways to build an equitable health system, according to a Black doctorIt's been over 100 years since the last pandemic. And for... [Read More]
Evanston, Illinois will be the first American city to fund reparations for Black residents, using a 3% tax on recreational marijuana to distribute $10 million... [Read More]
Even though slavery was abolished more than 100 years ago, the wealth gap between white and Black Americans still exist. [Read More]
Black Americans, who are twice as likely as white people to die from COVID-19, are also less likely to be vaccinated. But a new public... [Read More]
Television host W. Kamau Bell speaks to CNN's Alisyn Camerota and John Berman about a campaign he was featured in, which addresses combating vaccine misinformation... [Read More]
Even though slavery was abolished more than 100 years ago, the wealth gap between White and Black Americans still exists. [Read More]
On Wednesday night, the House of Representatives narrowly passed a bill that provides new... [Read More]
Reid pointed to the low vaccination rate among Black Americans in states such as Texas and Mississippi... [Read More]
We see Douglass the photo historian, as he addresses issues of race, history, and photography's potential to humanize Black Americans in the eyes of whites. [Read More]
(Family Features) The facts are troubling: Black Americans are more likely to have a number of serious illnesses, including diabetes, high blood pressure and heart... [Read More]
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