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How Black Americans used portraits and family photographs to defy stereotypes 3/14/21

Unstable. Criminal. Impoverished. Absentee fathers. Neglectful mothers. “A tangle of pathology,” as the Moynihan Report, a 1965 study on Black poverty, put it. For decades, the Black family has been denigrated as dysfunctional. When mass media exploded in the late 19th...

As Vaccine Rollout Expands, Black Americans Still Left Behind 1/30/21

  Black Americans are still receiving covid vaccinations at dramatically lower rates than white Americans even as the chaotic rollout reaches more people, according to a new KHN analysis. Almost seven weeks into the vaccine rollout, states have expanded eligibility beyond...

Remembering Black Americans Who Died In Police Encounters in 2020

Say Their Names: A memorial to Black Americans killed in police encounters in 2020. We remember the Black Americans who died in police encounters in 2020. Police encounters are a leading cause of death for young Black men. Black...

Amid COVID and Racial Unrest, Black Churches Put Faith in Mental Health Care

December 1, 2020 Wilma Mayfield used to visit a senior center in Durham, North Carolina, four days a week and attend Lincoln Memorial Baptist Church on Sundays, a ritual she’s maintained for nearly half a century. But over the past...

Black American anxiety at all-time high, experts say

In the weeks following the graphic video of George Floyd pinned under the knee of a now former Minneapolis police officer, U.S. Census Bureau data found that anxiety among Black Americans had increased by 26% and depression increased by...
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Remarkable -Biden calling Republicans fascists is like the pot calling the kettle black 8/28/22

At a rally in front of Democratic donors, President Joe Biden called out those he labels as extreme Republicans,...
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