Historic Justice Department appointment: Kristen Clarke confirmed as first Black woman to lead Civil Rights Division

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By Charlene Crowell Kristen Clarke, confirmed as assistant attorney general for civil rights, U. S. Department of Justice. (Courtesy Photo) (TriceEdneyWire.com) – In recent years, many people of different races and ethnicities have fought against rollbacks to hard-won racial progress. From health disparities exposed in the COVID-19 pandemic, to voting rights, […]

Gabourey Sidibe set to make directorial debut

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By Michael “Ice-Blue” Harris Photo by Tima Miroshnichenko from Pexels Actress Gabourey “Gabby” Sidibe is ready to take her onscreen talents behind-the-scenes as she gears for her directorial debut in the upcoming psychological thriller Pale Horse. Pale Horse is set in the Pacific Northwest and follows Naia, an esteemed, yet reclusive African American YA book author […]

HAITI AND LOS ANGELES WILL HAVE A TENNIS ACADEMY THANKS TO NAOMI OSAKA

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by Andrea Blackstone Naomi Osaka strives to inspire more underrepresented girls through Play Academy’s expansion. Naomi Asaka- credit- Facebook Nike announced that Naomi Osaka’s Play Academy is expanding to Los Angeles and Haiti, while also collaborating with local sport-based organizations that are helping to encourage the next generation of girls who can enjoy play and […]

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