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ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Wes Moore could soon make history if elected Maryland’s first Black governor, and he’s not alone: Rep. Anthony Brown would be the state’s first Black attorney general. Aruna Miller, Moore’s running mate who immigrated from India, would be the first Asian-American elected statewide in Maryland. If these Democrats win — Moore […]

Oklahoma SPJ announced Thursday the OU Daily staff will be the recipient of the organization’s 2022 Carter Bradley First Amendment Award, its highest honor for journalism produced in the state in the past year.  Per a contest organizer, this year may mark the first time the First Amendment Award has been bestowed on a college […]

The homeownership chasm among US Black and White families is bigger today than it was when Jim Crow was in effect. The Urban Institute recently reported that in 1960, people saw a 27-point gap between Black homeownership (38%) and white homeownership (65%). Now, that gap sits at 30%. To address this, Habitat For Humanity has […]

BRUSSELS—European Union lawmakers struck a political agreement on new rules for companies that reap financial benefits from governments outside the bloc, pushing forward a proposal that sparked concern from some U.S. business groups. The regulation, under a deal reached late Thursday, primarily targets companies . . .

Where do you expect to get on-the-ground reporting from Ukraine? Probably not from a website run by a coffee company. But Coffee Or Die Magazine, a military news site and print magazine owned by the Black Rifle Coffee Company, has a Ukraine-based senior editor, Nolan Peterson . . .

Born from an era of segregated educational opportunities when Black students were not welcome at predominantly white schools, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have been focused on surrounding students with Black excellence. Today, HBCUs are no longer exclusive. In fact, some schools — like Morgan State University — are actively recruiting a more diverse […]


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