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Inflation Pushing Black, Latino and Native American Consumers into Financial Crisis

More than half of Black, Latino and Native Americans don’t have enough savings for one month of expenses.
08/10/2022

How Descendants Of James Madison’s Montpelier’s Enslaved Gained Shared Governance Of Historic Plantation

The descendants fought to have meaningful input on the history and slave narratives of Montpelier. They now feel a connection to their ancestors.
08/10/2022

Minority Corrections Officers Barred From Guarding Derek Chauvin Settle Discrimination Lawsuit For Nearly $1.5 Million

The suit alleged that the former policeman convicted of killing George Floyd received special treatment from a white officer.
08/10/2022

Woman Whose Accusation Resulted In Emmett Till's Lynching Will Not Face Justice

Till’s relative condemned the ‘anti-Black systems’ that continue to protect those responsible for his cousin’s murder.
08/10/2022

Marshawn Lynch Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI

A booking photo of the former NFL star was posted on Tuesday.
08/09/2022

21 Savage Speaks Out On Gun Violence In Atlanta

The city has been impacted by shootings.
08/09/2022

Anton Black’s Death During Police Encounter Leads To $5 Million Settlement

The 19-year-old Black man died during a struggle with cops in 2018.
08/09/2022

Black, Hispanic People Disproportionately Affected By Monkeypox According To Latest CDC Breakdown

More than half of cases were among Black and Hispanic people despite only representing a third of the population.
08/09/2022

Family Of Brutally Slain Philadelphia Mother Of 6 Create GoFundMe, Seeking Help

Ashley Lockhart was found stabbed multiple times in a grisly killing. Her fiancé has been charged.
08/09/2022