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Visitors to the Royal Lancaster hotel in London on February 12, 2020, were in for quite a surprise. BP’s new boss, Bernard Looney, bounded onto stage and committed to becoming “net zero” by 2050 — the first of the oil giants to do so. Even more ambitious was his plan the following August to slash […]

July 27, 2022 The Mississippi Center for Investigative Journalism reported on a 16-minute audio clip of a White police chief bragging about killing people in the mostly Black town of Lexington, Mississippi. He was ultimately fired. WKKF stands with Lexington’s children and families and supports their call for an FBI investigation and […]

Now, more than 20 years later, two different Black men are making history. For the first time in modern Georgia history — and among only a small handful of times in American history — voters have nominated two Black candidates for the U.S. Senate. Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker hold opposing […]

HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) — A lane restriction is in place on US 322 west towards Hershey because of a downed utility. According to 511pa, it is located on US 322 westbound between Chambers Hill Road, Grayson Road, Hilton Street, and Mushroom Hill Road. There is a lane restriction. Get daily news, weather, breaking news and […]

Located along a remote stretch of Highway 395, the Fort Independence Travel Plaza touts a dozen gas pumps, clean restrooms and made-to-order meals for travelers visiting California’s Eastern Sierra. The facility, which provides revenue for a Paiute Indian tribe, is about to quadruple in size thanks to an $8 million federal grant that will help […]

Linebacker Ted Hendricks was another player who had a reputation that preceded his arrival to the Oakland Raiders in 1975, and he fit right in with the established players for the Silver and Black. And we’re not only talking about ability, as the 6-7, 220-pound Hendricks was a perennial All-Pro and future Hall of Famer […]

Long before Willie O’Ree made history as the first Black hockey player in the NHL, he was a bored altar boy carving his name into the pew at his local chapel in downtown Fredericton. O’Ree grew up in Fredericton, and his family attended Saint Anne’s Chapel of Ease, a sandstone Gothic Revival church built in […]

The Solution to a Toxic Co-Worker: Boundaries I started a job at a streaming company and almost immediately felt friction and tension with my manager and co-workers, many of whom have worked together at various companies for around 20 years. Their way of working and doing things felt outdated and nonsensical to me. I questioned […]

Speaking Truth to Power: How Youth Voices Are Sparking SDG Progress | Cynthia Yue, the U.S. Youth Observer to the United Nations, has spent her term connecting local communities to the Global Goals. Photo: Greg Kahn. As U.S. Youth Observer to the United Nations, Cynthia Yue has spent the past year talking with […]

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