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Story Highlights 76% believe current impacts of racism should be included in curricula 81% of Americans think historical impacts of racism should be taught 86% say Black Americans’ contributions to society should be taught WASHINGTON, D.C. — Amid discussions across the U.S. about the inclusion of race and racism in K-12 […]

KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. —   Opportunities in the sciences of aviation and space were not always available to all people. A small few fought to be included and thus changed history. Black History Month exists because of pioneers similar to these who stood up to excel and achieve for those who […]

Travelers arrive at Miami International Airport ahead of Memorial Day weekend on May 26, 2021. (Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images) Americans are gradually returning to international travel, though international travel restrictions remain in place in many countries. In March 2021 – the most recent month for which data is available – around 3 million American […]

School officials say there was “no need” for the permission slip for a reading. February 14, 2024, 7:41 PM ET • 5 min read An activity permission slip for a reading of a Black author’s book at a Miami-Dade public school library stoked anger and confusion among parents and school board members. In a now-viral […]

Story by David Beard, The Dominion Post CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The House Education Committee advanced tweaked versions of two Senate bills on Friday – one regarding the U.S. motto and one enabling the teaching of Intelligent Design. The delegates also moved a House bill to crack down on drunk bus drivers. Mike Pushkin SB 152, […]

Kent Nishimura/The Los Angeles Times/Getty Images Black adults views on last year’s Supreme Court ruling that colleges and universities can no longer take race into consideration as a specific basis in granting admissions are split. CNN  —  While a majority of Americans of all races see the end of affirmative action as “mostly a good thing,” there is a generational split among Black […]

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The U.S. Department of Education opened an investigation into Harvard University over claims of antisemitism on campus, according to the federal agency’s website. The department — which announced earlier this month a separate investigation into a half-dozen U.S. colleges and universities and a local school district for . . .

Comment on this storyCommentAdd to your saved storiesSave My first encounter with the value of genuine diversity came at an early age, when our family moved from the 1950s American South to what a 10-year-old of the day thought of as foreign territory — “Yankee country!” I exclaimed when my dad broke the news to […]


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