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OMAHA BEACH, France (AP) — A medal richly deserved but long denied to an African American combat medic wounded on Omaha Beach in the D-Day landings was tenderly laid Friday on the hallowed sands where he saved lives and shed blood. U.S. First Army soldiers held a ceremony in . . .

Voting machines are ready during the Georgia presidential primary elections in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 12, 2024. | Source: ELIJAH NOUVELAGE / Getty As we barrel towards Father’s Day weekend, I am thankful.   I’m thankful for my father and two brothers whose examples not only laid the foundation not only for the man I […]

Rod Lamkey Jr. for The New York Times Border shutdown will go into effect immediately, barring asylum seekers from entering the United States. Originally published in People’s Dispatch. Biden signed an executive order temporarily shutting down the US-Mexico border to asylum requests once the average number of daily encounters of migrants at official ports of […]

STEM City USA, Career Communications Group’s award-winning metaverse, is proud to sponsor a Juneteenth Celebration on Wednesday, June 19, in downtown Baltimore. Presented by The AFRO News, the two-hour event will feature keynote speaker Karsonya “Kaye” Wise Whitehead, the founding director of The Karson Institute for Race, Peace, and Social Justice. In 2022, Dr. Kaye […]

In cities across the US, Black and Latino neighborhoods have less access to pharmacies  The Decatur Daily Source link

“The Stories of Us,” an outdoor art exhibition featuring 10 hand-painted drum sculptures by 11 local artists, opens Wednesday and runs through the summer in Capitol Park in downtown Detroit. The exhibition will be a part of Detroit’s upcoming Juneteenth celebrations, and will honor the legacy of Detroiters who have helped define the city’s culture. […]

Black Americans searching for employment during the Civil War is not something we often think about. Massachusetts was known as a free state during this time, which made African Americans living in Boston not part of the enslaved population in the United States. But when it comes down to knowing what the word “free” really […]

Two Black Republican House members and Trump surrogates reserved a cigar bar near downtown Philadelphia last week and invited conservative organizers and Trump-curious Black voters to smoke and sip cognac. Some Democrats denounced it as a crass play, rooted in stereotype. But the event was geared toward a demographic that Republicans — and especially former […]

By Reporter And Associated Press 06:07 11 Jun 2024, updated 17:55 11 Jun 2024 Share or comment on this article: Tiana’s Bayou Adventure will open on June 28 at the Magic Kingdom Park  The ride updates Tiana’s storyline from the film ‘The Princess and the Frog’  It occupies a space where Splash Mountain once […]

Most groups of nonelderly adults of color are more likely than nonelderly White adults to report not having a usual doctor or provider and going without care. Roughly one third (36%) of Hispanic adults, one quarter of AIAN (25%) and NHPI (24%) adults, and about one in five (21%) Asian adults report not having a […]

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