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Catherine Abano is a freelance content creator and a writer and editor for The Hub. She is dedicated to analyzing media representations of marginalized groups and how those representations affect larger beliefs.

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On Monday, the government of the British Virgin Islands implemented a ban on all travel from the Dominican Republic amidst a large...

21 Books by Black Authors Being Released in 2021

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‘Soul’ Brings Disney-Pixar’s First Black Lead to the Screen

Disney-Pixar's newest film, 'Soul', released Christmas Day, has since received overwhelmingly positive reviews for the animation studio's first-ever film featuring a Black...

Man Serving Life Sentence for a $20 Marijuana Sale Freed after 12 Years

A Louisiana man was released from prison last week after serving 12 years of a life sentence he received for selling $20...

Negro Leagues to be Added to Official Baseball Records

In a historic move on Wednesday, Major League Baseball announced it is formally recognizing the Negro Leagues as equal to the American...

Legendary Christmas Songs by Black Artists

It's the holiday season, and nearly every establishment is putting on their best Christmas playlists. If you're not sick of it yet,...

Family of Casey Goodson Jr. Says He Was Holding a Sandwich, Not a Gun, When Fatally Shot By Police

Federal investigators are looking into the fatal shooting of Casey Goodson Jr, 23, after his family came forward with details surrounding his...

Dancers Behind Atlanta’s ‘Get Your Booty to the Poll’ PSA Turn Focus to Georgia Runoffs

In September, a PSA titled 'Get Your Booty to the Poll' went viral. The ad featured a group of exotic dancers encouraging...

Bridging the Funding Gap for Black Women Business Owners

Black women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the country, yet many are facing challenges in raising funds for their startups.

Laverne Cox ‘In Shock’ After Transphobic Attack In LA

In an Instagram Live on Sunday, acress Laverne Cox detailed her experience after she and a friend were the victims of a...

‘Black Panther 2’ Slated To Begin Filming July 2021

The sequel to Marvel's hit superhero film Black Panther is slated to begin filming in July, as multiple sources told The Hollywood...

‘Smoke’ Documentary Explores the History Between Marijuana and Black America

In BET's new documentary Smoke: Marijuana + Black America, director Erik Parker facilitates a conversation around the impact that marijuana has had...

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