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A man pays his respects at the scene of a mass shooting at Tops Friendly Market on May 15, 2022, in Buffalo, New York. (Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) Safety concerns were top of mind for many Black Americans well before a White gunman killed 10 people – all of them Black – […]

It’s been a hard two years for teenagers and their families. Two high schoolers on how making music carries them through difficult times. And, “This Is Us” is coming to an end. So are other favorites, like “Black-ish,” “Grace and Frankie,” and “Better Caul Saul.” What’s next for TV? NPR TV critic Eric Deggans has […]

It was intended to be an apology, but it ultimately turned into the most powerful man in the world requesting Black Americans to once again forgive the wrongs done to us 2022 marks the 25th anniversary of the year that everything happened — 1997. It was an ear-biting, Pierce Brosnan-loving, comet-obsessed world, and we’re here […]

Gay, Trans, Black, Woman: Voluntary segregation heats up across US  Los Angeles Blade Source link

The US is working on a plan “to destroy the Black Sea Fleet” with powerful missiles in order to unblock Ukraine’s ports, according to a high-ranking Ukrainian official. “The effective work of the Ukrainians on warships convinced (the US) to prepare a plan to unblock the ports,” Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs adviser Anton Geraschchenko […]

The United States is sending another $100 million in weapons to Ukraine, and more is certainly on the way. That’s because lawmakers authorized a new $40 billion aid package for Kyiv that passed the House last week, and finally advanced, 86-11, in the Senate Thursday.  This new batch of arms will include 18 155 mm […]

Acclaimed ‘This is Us’ wraps up six seasons of tearjerking drama this Tuesday, along with other favorites like “Black-Ish,” Grace and Frankie,” and “Better Call Saul.” But May has also brought a new crop of quality TV. We discuss it all with NPR’s Eric Deggans. New shows to look out for from Eric Deggans “

In Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell invented “the memory hole.” Along the corridors in the Ministry of Truth were chutes leading down to enormous basement furnaces. You  got rid of unpleasant documents and reports by dropping them in those chutes and promptly forgetting they ever existed.  The U.S. mainstream media is dumping news about the killing […]

The annals of science journalism weren’t always as inclusive as they could have been. So PopSci is working to correct the record with In Hindsight, a series profiling some of the figures whose contributions we missed. Read their stories and explore the rest of our 150th anniversary coverage here.  Crack open any high school science textbook, and it’ll likely […]

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