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February 28 – March 13, 2019
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Prison Gerrymandering Challenge Moves Forward

Prison gerrymandering inflates the power of predominantly White rural districts, where many prisons are located, to the detriment of urban districts, where many incarcerated persons maintain a permanent residence.

Teens from Parkland and Chicago Ask: "How Many More Must Die?"

We are two young people from very different communities, but we have both experienced the trauma caused by gun violence and are pleading for immediate action from local, state, and federal policy makers.
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Obama Statue Proposed for Maryland State House

Maryland Delegate Julian Ivey spoke about an Obama statue bill at an Obama celebration. Rayanah Williams won the oratorical contest. During her speech, she praised Obama's inclusiveness and she identified herself as a "multi-identity" person: Muslim, Arab, Black, young, and female.
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Doctor Theo Hodge, Jr. to Remain on Providence Hospital Campus

Port Of Harlem contributor Dr. Theo Hodge, Jr. remains in the same office on the Providence Hospital campus under a new non-profit.
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Jussie Smollett Case Threatens To Distract From The Rising Tide Of Hate Crimes

Rather than minimize the true victims of hate crimes, we should take this opportunity to turn our attention to the rising threat of such crimes says the Urban League's Marc Morial.
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Black Sex Workers Speak Out

Sex work entails a willing engagement in commercial sex while; sex trafficking involves force, coercion, or deceit.
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Readers' Trends

"How Is It Possible We Never Learned About This Woman?" was the caption with the #1 Facebook posting. The trending story on Facebook faced stiff competition with many other intriguing postings, but the most popular posting was extremely popular. The other three trenders were more predictable.
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