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Zenger News Teams With Newspaper Association For Inaugural Tech Conference
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Zenger News Teams With Newspaper Association For Inaugural Tech Conference
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Monique Y. Wells: An African American in Paris
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Arts & Culture
Monique Y. Wells: An African American in Paris
For visitors looking for an African American community in Paris, there is no longer a specific site like the legendary Chez Haynes restaurant in the 9th arrondissement. Wells, however, feels there is a true community of African Americans, in that “we know where we are, and how and when to reach out.”
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Pressley, Lee, Kendi discuss anti-racist policies
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Pressley, Lee, Kendi discuss anti-racist policies
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley dove into a conversation on equity in her policy making with fellow Rep. Barbara Lee and anti-racism scholar Ibrahm X. Kendi on Feb. 4. They spoke on how policy can be more anti-racist, and how equity should already be built into policies on public health and criminal justice.
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Biden’s fair housing guidelines aimed at discriminatory policies
On Jan. 26, President Joe Biden took steps to bring the nation towards the long-promised but never realized pledge of racial justice. Four executive orders signed that day make clear that the new administration will take meaningful and corrective actions.
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I SAW THE SIEGE: ‘We Were Outnumbered’ On Capitol Hill, Says Congressional Aide
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I SAW THE SIEGE: ‘We Were Outnumbered’ On Capitol Hill, Says Congressional Aide
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I SAW THE SIEGE: ‘You’re There, You’re In The Heart Of It So It Felt So Unreal’
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I SAW THE SIEGE: ‘You’re There, You’re In The Heart Of It So It Felt So Unreal’
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VIDEO: With a Disney Film Behind Him, ‘Papa Jay’ Shifts Gears With Brand New Single
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VIDEO: With a Disney Film Behind Him, ‘Papa Jay’ Shifts Gears With Brand New Single
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Pioneering Engineer Leverages Success To Boost Minority Contractors
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Pioneering Engineer Leverages Success To Boost Minority Contractors
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Hub activists helped in Georgia Senate race
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Hub activists helped in Georgia Senate race
When Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff took Senate seats in Georgia, they flipped the Senate to Democratic control, giving the party control over all three branches of government. The victory was not won on the strength of the candidates’ campaigns alone, but through the efforts of volunteers across the country, including many in Massachusetts.
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With HBCUs Behind Her, A Black Woman Ascends To The Vice Presidency
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With HBCUs Behind Her, A Black Woman Ascends To The Vice Presidency
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Youth Poet Laureate Becomes Instant Celebrity After Reading At Biden Inauguration
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National
Youth Poet Laureate Becomes Instant Celebrity After Reading At Biden Inauguration
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Notes on an insurrection: violence, magical thinking
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National
Notes on an insurrection: violence, magical thinking
Magical thinking and its handmaiden of violence were the forces driving those who refused to accept President Trump’s election loss, instead ascribing his defeat to Deep State conspiracies and global forces of evil aligned against white Christian culture. And it is nothing new. At its core, slavery involved deeply rooted cognitive dissonance by denying the humanity of Africans in spite of Gospel teachings, while employing violence to enforce the hypocrisy.
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