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April 23 – May 6, 2020

joseph laroche

Black Man on the Titanic: An Interview and Book Review

By the end of the first chapter, I wanted to see a movie about Joseph Laroche and, of course, the Titanic would be a part of the story. It is not hard to see why Serge Bile's version is written from a perspective in which I identify. The Ivorian–French journalist is the author of essays and documentaries on the African, Caribbean, and South American world.
david rusk

Segregation Tax: The Cost of Racial Segregation

The tax is not paid to the government, but is the price homeowners in Black neighborhoods pay because of past, and to some degree, present policies says David Rusk, one of America's foremost champions of regional strategies.
debra gore-mann

Standing with the Asian American Community Against Racism, Hate, and Fear

As a bi-racial American of Asian and Black descent, I refuse to allow my fellow Asian Americans be a convenient scapegoat. Or, when it's convenient, (allow) the Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders community (become) elevated as the "model minority" to incorrectly disparage Black and Latino communities and support racist policies to justify inequity.
charles booker

Southern American Black Senate Elections are Bubbling Up

South Carolina native and 44–year–old Jaime Harrison is working hard to send Lindsey Graham back to South Carolina. In Kentucky, 36–year–old Charles Booker is planning a similar journey for Mitch McConnell. And, in Mississippi, 67–year–old Mike Espy is suited up for a rematch with Senator Cindy Hyde–Smith.
courtney williams

Tips for Maximizing Your Bike During COVID–19

Courtney Williams, via her consulting firm, The Brown Bike Girl, regularly offers ideas to individuals and institutions that are establishing or supporting cycling access and bicycling education in marginalized communities of color.
virginia young

Surviving Homeschooling in the Age of COVID–19

As a veteran educator with thirteen years of experience, I have 10 helpful tips that may make this transition easier for you.
Ebenezer AME Church - Ghana 2020 trip
wooly mammoth theater


We have found may diverse activities happening on the internet from a COVID–19 self test to business, cultural, museum, political, religious, theater, and travel activities including some for children and young adults. Take a look and be engaged.
breann leath

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