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Jul 29 – Aug 11, 2021
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The 1919 Washington, D.C. Race Riot – Why It's Kept Quiet

Some historians conclude that the story of the 1919 Washington Race Riot is often not told because learning of the numerous White casualties could spur more Black resistance.
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Giannis Antetokounmpo – The (Nigerian) Greek Freak

Though he was born in Greece, under Greek laws, he remained a stateless person until he became a citizen when he was almost 20–years–old. "Obviously, I was born in Greece and went to school in Greece. But at the end . . ."
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7 Scholarship Donations Made, 11 More Needed by Sunday, August 15

We have raised $855 of the $1,850 (42 percent complete) we need to raise by August 15. This includes getting 11 previous sponsors to renew their support now, find 7 new ones, or a combination of the two.
Theo Hodge, Jr. M.D.
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Misguided Masculinity Keeps Many Men from Visiting the Doctor

"There's something social happening," said Powell, who also is an associate professor of psychiatry at UConn Health. She and other researchers who have looked at why men avoid the doctor often focus on stereotypical concepts of masculinity.
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When Black Starts to Crack: Parental Care in the African American Community

This is a call to past and/or present caregivers of parents, whether due to physical or mental health deterioration or aging, to share their caregiving journey. Some caregiving experiences are joyful, others are challenging, and most are educational.
Carla Hayden

The Library of Congress Offering New Cultural Grants

In total, up to 10 grant opportunities are available in fall 2021 for up to $60,000 each to fund field research within Black, Indigenous, Hispanic, Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
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Under "Health" tap into PHEN’s Annual African American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit and under "Travel" see Egypt on the Potomac Walking Field Trip in D.C., probably the last Tony Browder will do before the 70–year–old retires. A new Rick James documentary is streaming. Don't miss the lively talk and exploration of "Mammy's Revenge?" with Morgan State University Archivist Dr. Ida Jones on Port Of Harlem Talk Radio.
Jovenel Moïse

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Caring for the aged has taken a prominent space on our pages. CR Gibbs continue to take center stage on our web pages. Our coverage on Haiti was more comprehensive than that of some other publications and you responded by making it number one amongst subscribers, which leads us to bring more comprehensive stories in the next issue.
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