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Black Americans mostly left behind by progress since Dr. King’s death

By Sharon Austin, University of Florida On Apr. 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, while assisting striking sanitation workers. Back...

At Many Churches, Pandemic Hits Collection Plates, Budgets

By HOLLY MEYER and HALELUYA HADERO, Associated Press Biltmore United Methodist Church of Asheville, North Carolina, is for sale. Already financially strapped because of shrinking...

Tipping the Power in Pregnancy

Addressing maternal health for Black women By Dr. Toluwalase Ajayi We have all seen the devastating headlines about how dangerous it is to give birth in...

EPA Report Outlines How Climate Change Impacts Black Communities

Race, ethnicity, and income were factors in the report findings By Vayunamu Bawa, Contributing Writer A report by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) entitled Climate Change...

MARCs Will Bring Relief to San Diegans with CoVid

By A.L. Haynes| Contributing Writer On August 30th, the first of San Diego County’s new Monoclonal Antibody Regional Centers (MARCs) was officially opened. These centers...