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Tracking Variants, New Hot Spots, and More Coronavirus News

Tracking Variants, New Hot Spots, and More Coronavirus News

Researchers trace new variants in Africa, cases surge in India, and US vaccine rollout […]

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Post Angélique Kidjo and Yemi Alade Share Video for New Song “Dignity”

Angélique Kidjo and Yemi Alade Share Video for New Song “Dignity”

Angélique Kidjo has teamed up with Nigerian Afropop singer Yemi Alade for a new […]

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Post The Scholar Who Chronicled the Afro-Latino Experience

The Scholar Who Chronicled the Afro-Latino Experience

In the early two-thousands, Miriam Jiménez Román set out to produce the book that […]

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Post Breonna Taylor, We’re Still Fighting for You

Breonna Taylor, We’re Still Fighting for You

Dear Breonna, It’s been one year. One year since you were taken by police […]

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Post The Muddled History of Anti-Asian Violence

The Muddled History of Anti-Asian Violence

On the evening of April 28, 1997, Kuan Chung Kao, a thirty-three-year-old Taiwan-born engineer, […]

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Post Moving Abroad Doesn't Mean Leaving Racism Behind, Say Black American Expats

Moving Abroad Doesn’t Mean Leaving Racism Behind, Say Black American Expats

For generations, Black Americans have moved overseas, citing a wide range of reasons from […]

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Post Cardi B, Rashid Johnson, David Hockney Among Artists Participating in Benefit Auction to Protest Police Violence

Cardi B, Rashid Johnson, David Hockney Among Artists Participating in Benefit Auction to Protest Police Violence

A fellow artist featured in the auction’s impressive lineup, Autumn Wallace, told AD that […]

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Post Police Are the Real Victims in Breonna Taylor Shooting, Suggests Officer Involved

Police Are the Real Victims in Breonna Taylor Shooting, Suggests Officer Involved

On Tuesday, one of the officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor sent […]

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Post How the Vegan Pop-Up Black Feast Is Feeding and Affirming Portland’s Black Community

How the Vegan Pop-Up Black Feast Is Feeding and Affirming Portland’s Black Community

As America undergoes a long-overdue racial reckoning alongside the global pandemic, organizations around the […]

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Post 6 Black Therapists on Practicing Self-Care While Fighting Racism

6 Black Therapists on Practicing Self-Care While Fighting Racism

That’s why DeJean tells Allure that she recommends taking breaks throughout the day to […]

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