Police Killings Have Harmed Mental Health in Black Communities, Study Finds | The New York Times Activists for racial justice have long expressed concern that the rash of headline-grabbing police killings of black Americans was damaging the mental well-being of African-American communities.

Activists for racial justice have long expressed concern that the rash of headline-grabbing police killings of black Americans was damaging the mental well-being of African-American communities.

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Hidden portraits: rare photos of African American life get a spotlight | The Guardian At a new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art studio portraits of anonymous black Americans give a rarely seen view of life at a time of change

At a new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art studio portraits of anonymous black Americans give a rarely seen view of life at a time of change

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WATCH: ‘Quest’ Follows a Black Family’s Highs, Lows for 8 Years | Colorlines The PBS-streamed documentary follows the Rainey family throughout the Obama administration to offer a rare, complex portrait of a working-class Black family.

The PBS-streamed documentary follows the Rainey family throughout the Obama administration to offer a rare, complex portrait of a working-class Black family.

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They Started School Afraid of the Water. Now They Are Saving Lives. | The New York Times Equipped with its own working swimming pool, a rare commodity today in New York City public high schools, Grover Cleveland offers lifeguarding classes that lead to Red Cross certification.

Equipped with its own working swimming pool, a rare commodity today in New York City public high schools, Grover Cleveland offers lifeguarding classes that lead to Red Cross certification.

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‘This is huge’: black liberationist speaks out after her 40 years in prison | The Guardian Exclusive: Debbie Sims Africa, the first freed member of a radical Philadelphia group many say were unjustly imprisoned, talks about reuniting with her son and defends the Move members still locked up: ‘We are peaceful people’

Exclusive: Debbie Sims Africa, the first freed member of a radical Philadelphia group many say were unjustly imprisoned, talks about reuniting with her son and defends the Move members still locked up: ‘We are peaceful people’

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