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Race is not a perspective on international relations; it is a central organizing feature of world politics. Anti-Japanese racism guided and sustained U.S. engagement in World War II, and broader anti-Asian sentiment influenced the development and structure of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. During the Cold War, racism and anti-communism were inextricably linked in the […]

By Stacy M. Brown, Senior National Correspondent, NNPA Newswire A staggering 90 percent of people fail to achieve a good night’s sleep, according to new international research presented at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress 2022. The study found that suboptimal sleep was associated with a higher likelihood of heart disease and stroke. The […]

This article is more than 2 years old. runway during the Kenneth Ize show as part of Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2020/2021 on February 24, 2020 in Paris, France. (Photo by Kristy Sparow/Getty Images)Getty Images International Black Heritage + History Month [IBHHM] launched in June 2021, as a carefully curated digital platform taking a […]

On February 16, the Centre for International Experience hosted a panel discussion featuring three international students, each hailing from a different majority Black country. The event, which was brought back for a second time after its success last year, is one of the many events organized by U of T to celebrate Black History Month. […]

By Stacy M. Brown | NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent (NNPA) – A staggering 90 percent of people fail to achieve a good night’s sleep, according to new international research presented at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress 2022. The study found that suboptimal sleep was associated with a higher likelihood of heart disease […]

By Magaly MuñozPost Staff During a Tuesday press conference held at the Oakland International Airport, Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price unveiled six new billboards that are part of an initiative to fight human trafficking in the Bay Area. The billboards, funded by a grant from Gov . . .

Bernard Powers, professor emeritus of history and director of the College of Charleston’s Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston, has published an article in The Conversation reflecting on the significance of the recent opening of the International African American Museum in Charleston, South Carolina. Powers writes that the museum . . .

By Julia Dumbrell Marie just can’t let go of her past, and it is holding her back from moving forward. This is the basis for the masterfully-made thriller-mystery Our Father, the Devil, which opens the Vancouver International Black Film Festival (VIBFF) tonight at 7pm. Resonantly directed by Ellie Foumbi and featuring an inedible performance by star […]

In 2013, Binghamton University implemented the Road Map to Premier, a planning process that aimed to continue and advance the growing momentum of the University’s academic and cultural excellence. Ten years later, these funds have been put to use in ways that have only made the Binghamton campus bigger, better and more inclusive. For example, […]

Dr. Gladwin to Present This Week at Symposium in Brazil, One of 22 Clinical Trial Locations  RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 1, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — University of Maryland School of Medicine Dean Mark T. Gladwin, MD will join prominent scientists and government health officials this week at a Symposium in Rio De Janeiro . . .


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