Nigeria shows why sanitation is at the heart of both inequality...

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Nowhere is the erosion of development gains and sanitation more urgent than in rapidly growing Nigeria, where shrinking access to sanitation has denied tens...

Ethiopian army castaways may expand TPLF’s fight past Mekelle

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Ethiopian government says it will launch a ‘final’ assault on Mekelle, but TPLF officials say even the fall of the city will not spell...

New Trump rule could require up to $15,000 bond for travel...

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The pilot program could affect travelers from 24 countries including Afghanistan, Angola and Sudan. The outgoing administration of US President Donald Trump issued a new...

New York City’s first African American mayor, David Dinkins, has died...

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New York City’s first African American mayor, David Dinkins, died on Monday, November 23. He was 93.  David Dinkins, who broke barriers as New...

Feast Mode: Marshawn Lynch Hands Out 200 Turkeys In Hawaii for...

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In a past life, retired NFL star Marshawn Lynch once warned younger players to “take care of y’all chicken,” and now, months later with...

Biden must look to executive action to fulfill vow to Black...

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President-elect Joe Biden vowed in a public address the night he was projected as the nation’s next president to have Black Americans’ backs, thanking them...

Racial Discrimination Ages Black Americans Faster, According to a 25-Year-Long Study...

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Nov 20 2020 (IPS) - I’m part of a research team that has been following more than 800 Black American families for almost 25 years. We...

TSU, Meharry partner to create pipeline of African-American physicians, dentists

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One of TSU’s most distinguished graduates, Dr. Levi Watkins Jr., an internationally renowned cardiac surgeon, who holds an honorary degree from Meharry, is the...

More than 1,000 killed in six months in South Sudan

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UN says a further 400 people have been abducted in communal conflicts during the same period as country struggles to emerge from years of...

Black Lives Matter Is Challenging Sweden’s Myth of a Post-Racial Paradise

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It’s been four months since anti-racism protests filled Europe’s boulevards and parks, toppling statues of enslavers and colonizers like Edward Colston and Belgium’s King Leopold II, and prompting larger...