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A police car drives past Hard Rock Cafe, Wednesday, June 3, 2020, in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

Report finds Black drivers in LA stopped 5 times more than whites

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — A report released Tuesday found that Black drivers in Los Angeles […]

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Post How LA is combating vaccine hesitancy among Latinos

How LA is combating vaccine hesitancy among Latinos

DOWNEY, Calif. — By the time she was 8 years old, Dr. Eloisa González […]

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Post Clark County Fire crews encounter large African cat while battling blaze

Clark County Fire crews encounter large African cat while battling blaze

READ MORE | Local news from around the region. Authorities report that the flames […]

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Post 'Fifth Street will forever be here:' Lynchburg pastor reflects on history of renaming

‘Fifth Street will forever be here:’ Lynchburg pastor reflects on history of renaming

The caption on the photo said, “leaders of the black community urge residents on […]

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Post Tulsa artists collaborate for Fire in Little Africa album

Tulsa artists collaborate for Fire in Little Africa album

Tulsa artists collaborate for Fire in Little Africa album · Trending · News In […]

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Post Kingston Says Her Name, Remembers Breonna Taylor

Kingston Says Her Name, Remembers Breonna Taylor

Saturday marked one year since the death of Breonna Taylor, the Louisville EMS worker […]

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Post Group Protests in Rochester Area-Suburbs After Man Shot, Killed by Police

Group Protests in Rochester Area-Suburbs After Man Shot, Killed by Police

HENRIETTA, N.Y. — Protesters took to the streets of Rochester-area suburbs following the fatal police shooting of […]

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Post Meet the Vietnam Vet Who Opened an African American Heritage Museum

Meet the Vietnam Vet Who Opened an African American Heritage Museum

Only about 30% of Vietnam veterans are still around to tell their story. Dr. […]

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Post The Exchange House in Akron, which brings together people from diverse cultures, will participate in the Gar Foundation's "Know COVID" program. Photo courtesy of the Exchange House.

GAR Invests $200K in “Know COVID” to Reach Black Communities

AKRON, Ohio – The GAR Foundation has committed $200,000 to create a program intended […]

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Post Simi Valley Rapper Reflects on MLK Jr., George Floyd, Protests

Simi Valley Rapper Reflects on MLK Jr., George Floyd, Protests

SIMI VALLEY, Calif. — This past year was filled with emotional exhaustion, healing, and […]

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