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2020 Census called ‘worse undercount’ in decades as bureau misses millions of Blacks and Hispanics

    2020 Census called ‘worse undercount’ in decades as bureau  misses millions of Blacks and Hispanics

According to many experts, the COVID-19 pandemic and an administration that displayed a complete disregard for ensuring accuracy led to a consequential undercount in the number of Black, Hispanic, and Native American residents during the 2020 U.S. Census.

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The impact of COVID-19 on HBCUs and Black students

    The impact of COVID-19 on HBCUs and Black students

While the world has been focused on the growing numbers of COVID-19 casualties, the media has somewhat ignored the long-term educational and economic impacts of the pandemic – especially for Black students.

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House passes CROWN Act to end discrimination against natural Black hairstyles

    House passes CROWN Act to end discrimination against  natural Black hairstyles

House passes CROWN Act to end discrimination against natural Black hairstyles

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Neurosurgeon blazes a trail for others to follow

    Neurosurgeon blazes a trail for others to follow

Dr. Michaux Kilpatrick is 1 of only 33 Black female neurosurgeons in the U.S.

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Entrepreneur launches first ever Black-owned social media networking app

  Entrepreneur launches first ever Black-owned social media networking app

Entrepreneur launches first ever Black-owned social media networking app

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‘The Moment’ and Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

  ‘The Moment’ and Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

It was a historical moment for the nation and a monumental one for many Black Americans, as President Joe Biden publicly introduced Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson last Friday as his nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court.

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TV personality and business coach Dev’Yon Brice (@devyonbrice)

  TV personality and business coach Dev’Yon Brice (@devyonbrice)

TV personality and business coach Dev’Yon Brice (@devyonbrice)

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Reflections of a child of the civil rights movement

  Reflections of a child of the civil rights movement

Reflections of a child of the civil rights movement

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New children’s book, ‘Just Like Your Daddy,’ changes narrative of Black fathers

  New children’s book, ‘Just Like Your Daddy,’ changes narrative of Black fathers

New children’s book, ‘Just Like Your Daddy,’ changes narrative of Black fathers

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Maya Angelou first Black woman on U.S. coin

  Maya Angelou first Black woman on U.S. coin

Famous author and noted civil rights leader Maya Angelou became the first African American woman featured on the 25-cent coin.

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