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Racial Diversity In Children’s Books Grows, But Slowly

By CHRISTINE FERNANDO Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) _ In the world of children's books, villagers can protect their water from a black snake, dark skin is...

Houston-Based Entrepreneur And Philanthropist Partners with Beats By Dre to Help Kids

Stacy M. Brown | NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent Jarren Small, the Houston-based visionary, philanthropist, and entrepreneur, is proving that legends do live. The Prairie View...

California May Prioritize Age Above All for COVID-19 Vaccine

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _ Advocates for farmworkers, teachers, grocery store clerks and other essential workers are worried they will have to wait until this...

While Some Minority Students and Teachers Thrive in Distant Learning, Others Struggle Daily

“There’s a bunch of research about the value add of Black teachers in school. It turns out that Black teachers help all students to perform better,” says Sekou Biddle, the Vice President of Advocacy and Student Professional Development Programs at the United Negro College Fund. “White students perform better too. When Black people do well, everyone does well. The problem is that when others do well without us doing well, they leave us behind,” concluded Biddle, who leads advocacy efforts to ensure that more African American students will be college-ready and better prepared to enroll in and complete college.

The Challenges Black America Faces with Distant and Virtual Learning During COVID-19

According to the Public School Forum of North Carolina, 72 percent of Black and Brown students in the state’s public schools have parents who lack secure employment, compared with 21 percent of white students