Hurricane season is approaching, a many Black families can be disproportionately impacted during this dangerous time of year.
It's that time of year when families gather together for the Thanksgiving holiday not only to enjoy a good meal but also to find the time for good conversation. These topics won't stir the pot and are super important to the Black community.
From head of households left unemployed with no way of putting food on the table to students in the free lunch program lacking daily meals due to the new remote learning model, the U.S. government officially reported that Latino and Black families facing food insecurity rose substantially in 2020.
The National Museum of African American History created a program that helps Black families digitize old photos and footage for free.
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