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Kirk’s #GoVeggies 31-Day Challenge, Day 25: Are Supplements Necessary?

Dietary supplementation is something most nutritionists agree on. With depleted soil, genetic modification, nutrient deficient soil and polluted air and water, there’s...

Trump Pushes for Economy to Reopen Easter Sunday Against Advice of Experts

President Donald Trump stunned the nation on Tuesday afternoon when he said that he wants "churches to be packed" on Easter Sunday despite the...

This Day in History: September 8th

Black stars of the present and the future were the talk of this year’s U.S. Open. But 60 years prior, Althea Gibson made history...

Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and the Cannabis Industry

Earlier this year, J.P. Morgan Chase became the first bank in the United States to create its own cryptocurrency, JPM Coin, which the bank...

5 Things To Know About Ralph Gardner-Chavis

Ralph Alexander Gardner was one of the country's leading chemists. He worked on classified plutonium research on the Manhattan Project (from 1943-1947), which developed...

Using A Coupon #WhileBlack

UPDATE: Edgewater CVS manager, Morry Matson, who called police on Camilla Hudson last week for presenting a coupon he deemed counterfeit was fired by the...

Lady Liberty Facts

When Patricia Okoumou, an immigrant from the Democratic Republic of Congo, scaled the Statue of Liberty on the Fourth of July to protest Donald...

3 Things To Know About Adam and Eden

There have been several people criticizing accusing artist Harmonia Rosales of “cultural appropriation” for depicting God and Adam in her work, “The Creation of...

Inspecting Vegetation #WhileBlack

Kevin Moore, dressed in his firefighter uniform, was conducting city-mandated inspections of vegetation around homes in Oakland last month when police were called. The...

Know Your Rights

The Civil Rights Act of 1866, a Reconstruction Era Law (Section 1981), prohibits discrimination based on race in the United States of America. Section 1981...

Michelle West…#FreeHer

While people are celebrating the release of Alice Johnson last week, there are still thousands of women still locked up who deserve to be...

First of Move 9 Member Released

Debbie Sims Africa, 61, left Cambridge Springs Prison in Pennsylvania today after nearly 40 years behind bars. She and eight other co-defendants were arrested and...

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This Day in History: July 14th

Creator of Kwanzaa Was Born Dr. Maulana Karenga, professor of Africana Studies at California State University (Long Beach),...

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This Day in History: July 13th

The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Was Passed On July 13, 1787, the Northwest Ordinance, which outlawed slavery in...

Ivory Coast Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly Dead at 61

Ivory Coast's Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly has died. He was 61. Coulibaly had recently returned from France, where...

This Day in History: July 10th

Mary Jane McLeod was born on July 10, 1875 on a rice and cotton farm near Mayesville, South Carolina, where both of her parents...
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