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Opinion: NCAA Too Late in Scrapping Racist “Rich Paul Rule”

The NCAA was a day late and a penny short in its decision to amend a new policy that would have banned people without...

NBA Games to Watch This Season

Fans protesting the NFL season may feel a sports shortage in the dog days of August. But the new NBA season is just months...

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This Day in History: August 11th

Author Alex Haley Was Born With works such as Roots and The Autobiography of Malcolm X, journalist and...

This Day in History, August 11th

On August 11, 1965, more than 30,000 people in Los Angeles’ Watts neighborhood began rioting after the arrest of a young African American motorist....

This Day in History, August 10th

Anna Julia Cooper, educator, educator, the fourth Black American woman to earn a PhD (in history from the Sorbonne in 1924) and author of A...

Financial Wellness Specialist Eugenie George Shares “Money Stories”

Do you need to heal and move past your money story? In this episode, Angela E. Matthews speaks with Eugenie George, financial...

This Day in History, August 7th

Ralph Johnson Bunche, Nobel Prize winner, scholar and activist was born August 7, 1904, in Detroit, Michigan. His father worked in a barbershop that...
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