Supreme Court seems interested in limited ruling in civil rights case | The Washington Post

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Black History Legacy: Mary Eliza Mahoney, The First Black Nurse | Essence

If you are a medical professional (particularly a Black medical professional), or just an overall.

Military Spouse of the Year” Talks Helping Others Become Successful Entrepreneurs | Black Enterprise

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READ: The revealing last letter written by Patrice Lumumba to the UN before his assassination | Face2Face Africa

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Deval Patrick, a native of Chicago’s South Side and Massachusetts’ first black governor, mulling Democratic White House run | Chicago Tribune

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Mitch McConnell Faces Threat From Populist Challenger Charles Booker in Kentucky Senate Race | The Intercept

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Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, widow of Baltimore Rep. Elijah Cummings, will seek his seat in Congress | The Baltimore Sun

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Byron Allen Rips Comcast & Donald Trump’s DOJ For “Institutionalized Racism” As SCOTUS Showdown Looms | Deadline

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Gerald Moore Sr.: Committed to Preparing Black Boys For Careers in STEM | Black Enterprise

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Jim Crow Compounded the Grief of African American Mothers Whose Sons Were Killed in World War I | Smithsonian Magazine

In the summer of 1930, Mrs. Louise Kimbro, a 57-year-old African American woman from Columbus,.