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Students, Workers Lead Nationwide 'Hands Up' Walkouts
Washington University, Amherst College, Emory University, Stanford University and Yale University a...


Emory Business School Hires First African-American Woman as Dean
Emory University recently announced the hiring of Erika Hayes James as dean of the Goizueta Busines...


New HIV Infections in Gay Black Men May Be Leveling Off
New HIV infections in gay black men may finally be leveling off, health officials reported Sunday....


Nick Gordon 'Desperately' Trying to Be With Bobbi Kristina
Brown's boyfriend issues a new statement through lawyer....


Bobby Brown Clarifies Bobbi Kristina's Condition
R&B singer says his daughter is not awake, but improving....


Fourth US AID Worker With Ebola Arrives in Atlanta
It's unknown which treatment this new patient will receive....


Three in 10 Americans Have Diabetes and Don’t Know It
Eight million people are undiagnosed for “the sugar.”...


US Health Worker Contracts Ebola in Sierra Leone, Receiving Treatment at NIH
The patient is the 11th person to get medical care for the deadly virus in the U.S....


Lupus Hits Black Women Harder and Younger
African-American women disproportionately suffer from lupus, a devastating autoimmune disease....


Mass Found in Chest of Chiefs Eric Berry
Safety placed on non-football illness list, officials fear he has lymphoma....


Emory University Highlights African-Americans in Sports
Emory builds art collection of African-Americans in sports....


Obama Names Ebola 'Czar' as Precautions Expand
Former White House staffer Ron Klain will report to national security adviser Susan Rice....


As Ebola Spread Outpaces Control Effort, WHO Plans $100 Million Response
Since March 2014, about 1,323 confirmed and suspected cases have been reported and more than 700 pe...


Liberian Doctors to Receive Experimental Ebola Drug
Some critics claim that more Africans should be given access to the treatment....


Natasha Trethewey Named 19th U.S. Poet Laureate
Natasha Trethewey, a English and creative writing professor at Emory University in Atlanta, is the ...


This Day in Black History: Jan. 1, 1808
Trans-Atlantic slave trade was banned in the United States on Jan. 1, 1808....


In a First, Black Voter Turnout Rate Passes Whites
Black voters overwhelmingly turned out for President Obama, while many whites stayed home....


Are Air Fresheners Making You Sick?
A new medical study led by Emory University finds that common air freshener products can aggravate ...


T.J. Holmes Signs Multi-Platform Talent Deal With BET Networks
Former CNN anchor T.J. Holmes will host a new show on BET, as well as contribute content to BET.com...


Alarming Rates of HIV Among Black Women, Study Suggests
A recent study shows that the rate of HIV infection among Black women is growing, rivaling the rate...

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