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June 6 – June 19, 2019
Claudia Jones

Who Would You Add to the Museum?

We will curate the final list, but are seeking your advice on whom we ought to suggest to include in the New Generation Section of the Juffure Slavery Museum in Juffure, Gambia.
kerrien suarez

Free Race, Equity, and Disability Webinar

RespectAbility and Equity in the Center are joining forces for a webinar on race, equity, and disability. The free webinar is Monday, June 17, 1:30p–3p, registration is needed.
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New Black–Owned Eateries Open in Chicago and Gary

All five restaurants are independently owned and serving food deserts, but their good, diverse, food offerings will make traveling along Interstate 80/94 in Metro Chicago that much more gastronomically safer and liberating.
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Kehinde Wiley

Kehinde Wiley Launches Art Commune in Senegal

Artist Kehinde Wiley, best–known to many for painting Barack Obama's official presidential portrait, is opening an artists' residency in Senegal.
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Donate to the Port Of Harlem Gambian Education Partnership When You Make an Amazon Purchase

You can help the Port Of Harlem Gambian Education Partnership via AmazonSmile, a program operated by Amazon that generates donations for 501c3 public charitable organizations. It won't cost you a penny.
regina barrow

Few Democrats and Blacks Break Rank on Abortion and One Plans to Lead

Florida Republican Mike Hill is an exception to the flood of Black lawmakers who have sided with the right of women to control their bodies. In Louisiana, Regina Barrow was one of three Black Democrats who joined the mostly White, Republican males to vote for an anti–abortion bill.
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From Taste Of Jamaica 2019 in Silver Spring to Juneteenth in Anacostia, there is plenty to do in Washington, DC and beyond including the 2019 Houston Reggae Fest and Single in Lagos event.
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Readers' Trends

Our lead story in the last issue was the issues most popular, but did you read what home run king Hank Aaron said about visiting the White House?
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