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Education

After going test optional, the Ivy League and MIT had more racial and economic diversity than ever before.

Local

Paths are currently being cleared to get ships past the wreckage at the Key Bridge collapse site to the Port of Baltimore.

A racist kidney transplant test caused delays in Black patients receiving the transplants that they needed. Now, that's being corrected.

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The NFL player has been missing since a domestic violence arrest warrant was issued.

A source claimed that Essence Magazine owner Richelieu Dennis was the mystery buyer, but the businessman has not confirmed the news.

Crystal Mason was finally acquitted for voting in 2016 while on supervised release for a federal conviction, which she didn't know made her ineligible to vote.

Georgia Republican Party Official, Brian Pritchard, was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine for voting illegally nine times while a felon.

School leaders at Tennessee State University are hosting a national press conference to address the defunding of HBCUs.

As it relates to Halle's experience – and that of many Black women – one can't get more "real" than tackling medical misdiagnosis.

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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed a bill into law reversing police reforms on pretextual traffic stops like the one that got Tyre Nichols killed in Memphis last year.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

It wasn’t called voter suppression back then, but civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer knew exactly how white authorities in Mississippi felt about Black people voting in the 1960s.

Abortion and reproductive rights are tops on the minds of Black women as anti-abortion groups fight to restrict access, according to a new In Our Own Voice survey.