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May 9 – May 22, 2019
 
 
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When is Enough, Enough?

The question of whether the system's objective is to punish or to rehabilitate people remains even after President Obama signed the Fair Sentencing Act in 2010 and President Trump signed the First Step Act in 2018.
 
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100 Black 2 Egypt

The significance of having 100 travelers, says Bernadette Champion is, "that when cruising by boat to the Nubian village, we will have the entire boat to ourselves."
 
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Caster Semenya Loses Gender Case in Bid to Continue Competing as a Woman

The international Court of Arbitration for Sport will now present these women with a stark choice: Either take medication to alter their chemistry or race against men.
 
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STD Rates Rise, While Heath Departments Face Budget Cuts

Lastly, chlamydia remained the most common condition reported to CDC. More than 1.7 million cases were diagnosed in 2017, with 45% of cases among 15– to 24–year–old females.
 
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Unpacking White Supremacy in the Black Muslim Experience

"Southeast Asians are the now the largest block (of American Muslims), replacing African–Americans," says Dr. Muhammad Fraser-Abdur Rahim." The shift took place around 2015," he continued.
 
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William Barber Recalls Jesus Christ, MLK, and Coretta Scott, When Awarded

Quoting Jesus Christ, Martin Luther King, and Coretta Scott King, Rev. William Barber believes Americans should evaluate policies by asking "does it establish justice?"
 
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Activities

The Essence of South Africa event and the DC History Center Grand Opening will be exciting in Washington as will the 3rd Bakery & Pastry Expo 2019 in Nairobi and Stomping Grounds at the DuSable Museum of African American History in Chicago. Pictured are the Miller Woods where the Sacred Wanderings Walk will take place in Gary, In. Coming up: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in NYC.
 


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