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It’s not a leap year on the calendar, but Dal students and faculty members celebrating Lunar New Year are hopped up to share a piece of home with their peers in the coming days. The Year of the Rabbit begins this Sunday (Jan. 22), with several student-led events planned on campus and in the community […]

Black Sherif is an artist without a genre to call home. And that’s perfectly fine for him. The Konongo, Ghana native is 21 years old and has only been recording music over the past three years and some change. But the limited experience isn’t keeping him from traveling the world, experiencing life, and relaying his […]

Comment on this story Comment At this time of year, a cinephile’s thoughts turn to film festivals. Not just to Sundance or the Berlin International Film Festival, though those are obviously important, but to the small, quirky film festivals that take place in our backyard. Because of Washington’s status as a global city, and the […]

Jan 19, 2023, 11:14AM ISTSource: AP Maryland Governor Wes Moore was sworn in as the state’s first Black governor on Wednesday, punctuating his inauguration with references to Black history that included an acknowledgement of the enslaved people who once arrived by ship near the state Capitol. Before his inaugural speech, Moore attended a wreath-laying ceremony […]

Fauna & Flora International is fundraising to support conservation efforts to save the critically endangered eastern black rhino. The black rhino has a life expectancy of 35-40 years. Fauna Flora International The latest danger to this species follows the extinction of the northern white rhino. The last male northern white rhino, Sudan, died in 2018, […]

PRESS RELEASE Published January 18, 2023 Frederick, MD – January 18, 2023 – The Love Camp, a unique program combining cultural pride, the love of travel, and a customized curriculum focused on exploring and addressing the realities of unhealthy male and female love relationships in the Black community, is launching a series of USA and […]

WASHINGTON, Jan 18 (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department will “announce a major, international cryptocurrency enforcement action” on Wednesday, it said in a statement, adding the U.S. Treasury Department will also make an announcement. “The U.S. Department of the Treasury will also announce an action in this space,” the statement said.

A Black female International Paper Co. employee fired after receiving four disciplinary actions in one year failed to show race or sex bias drove her termination, the Eleventh Circuit ruled. Lakeisha McNeal didn’t identify a White or male employee at her Minette, Ala., plant who was cited for similar workplace transgressions yet wasn’t fired, the […]

In this photo released by State Emergency Service of Ukraine on Monday, Jan. 16, 2022, Ukrainian State Emergency Service firefighters carry a wounded woman out of the rubble from a building after a Russian rocket attack on Saturday in Dnipro, Ukraine, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023. (Pavel Petrov, SESU via AP) DNIPRO, Ukraine — Ukrainian emergency […]

A mannequin’s head is covered in a women’s dress shop Dec. 26 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Under the Taliban, the mannequins in women’s dress shops across the Afghan capital Kabul are a haunting sight, their heads cloaked in cloth sacks or wrapped in black plastic bags. The hooded mannequins are one symbol of the Taliban’s puritanical […]

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