She’s sold 500 paintings and written a children’s book. She’s 13. | The News & Observer Camryn, an eighth-grader at Thales Academy in Rolesville, talks about how she juggles it all and offers some advice for other young entrepreneurs.

Camryn, an eighth-grader at Thales Academy in Rolesville, talks about how she juggles it all and offers some advice for other young entrepreneurs.

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[WATCH] Activists Take Back The Street Named After The Black Mayor Who Bombed MOVE | Colorlines Philadelphia recently named a street after the city's first Black mayor, W. Wilson Goode Sr. Activists say that the renaming hurts given that Goode facilitated the fatal 1985 bombing of the home where the Black liberation and environmentalist group MOVE lived. Colorlines captured an October protest imbued with spirituality.

Philadelphia recently named a street after the city’s first Black mayor, W. Wilson Goode Sr. Activists say that the renaming hurts given that Goode facilitated the fatal 1985 bombing of the home where the Black liberation and environmentalist group MOVE lived. Colorlines captured an October protest imbued with spirituality.

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31 Black Owned Wine Businesses | Shoppe Black

Facebook0Twitter0MailShoppe Black Staff Shoppe Black Three of my favorite drinks are water, tequila and wine. Red wine specifically. Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, more specifically, in case you want to send me some. That being said, here’s a list of Black Owned Wine Businesses that will help you find your new favorite. Black Owned Wineries Abbey […]

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My Grandmother Calls Me Every Election Day. Here’s Why That Matters. | Forbes

Facebook0Twitter0MailFerrisa Connell Forbes President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act of 1965 while Martin Luther King and others look on. Featured Image Each November, my now 93-year-old grandmother dresses up to cast her vote in-person at her local precinct. Perhaps more importantly, she also calls each of her kids and grandchildren to remind […]

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Georgia Voters: Here’s How to Legally Vote Even if You’re on Brian Kemp’s Can’t-Vote List | Yahoo News

Facebook0Twitter0MailKat Armstrong Yahoo News The Georgia Governor’s race is making even more headlines this week — and not just because Democratic hopeful Stacey Abrams could become the US’s first-ever Black woman governor. News spread Thursday that the Republican candidate, current Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, has been accused of using his position to suppress […]

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The Supreme Court Justice Who Forever Changed Affirmative Action | The Atlantic Justice Lewis Powell’s ruling in the 1978 case Regents v. Bakke buoyed affirmative action—but in the process, it transformed how colleges think about race and equality in admissions.

Justice Lewis Powell’s ruling in the 1978 case Regents v. Bakke buoyed affirmative action—but in the process, it transformed how colleges think about race and equality in admissions.

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Emaciated, mutilated, dead: the mental health scandal that rocked South Africa | The Guardian When 1,700 vulnerable and mentally ill people were moved from specialised care facilities to unlicensed organisations in a bid to save money, nearly one in 10 died

When 1,700 vulnerable and mentally ill people were moved from specialised care facilities to unlicensed organisations in a bid to save money, nearly one in 10 died.

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