Jaden Smith starts Snapchat’s ‘The Solution Committee’ Series To Help Young Activists
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Jaden Smith starts Snapchat’s ‘The Solution Committee’ Series To Help Young Activists

“Historically people between the ages of 18 to 23 have been less likely to vote. This is because a lot of young people feel like they don’t have…

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Juneteenth Black Art Google Doodle to celebrate the 155th Anniversary
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Juneteenth Black Art Google Doodle to celebrate the 155th Anniversary

Google has designed a video Doodle to celebrate the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth’s emancipation holiday. The video uses the first verse of the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” also know…

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Prime Minister Trudeau sets $221M for Black Entrepreneurship Program
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Prime Minister Trudeau sets $221M for Black Entrepreneurship Program

Introducing Canada’s first-ever Black Entrepreneurship Program. Prime Minister Trudeau has made history, along with the directions of Black business organizations and Black business owners and organizations. Canadian Black…

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Queen Bey Donates $1 Million to Aid Black-Owned Businesses
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Queen Bey Donates $1 Million to Aid Black-Owned Businesses

If Black is King then Black business is Queen. Beyoncé has once again put her money where her heart is. The superstar intends to give an additional $1 million in assistance,…

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How to Deal with Sexism in Your Church
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How to Deal with Sexism in Your Church

Not long ago, I served on an advisory board for a Christian organization. After a morning of listening to departmental reviews from operational staff, I shared my opinion…

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WHERE ARE THE AUNTIES? Praying for White Supremacists
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WHERE ARE THE AUNTIES? Praying for White Supremacists

I decided to get in a quick power walk at our local park before church on this past Sunday—the day after the white supremacist violence erupted in Charlottesville.…

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