It is Break Time — Resting & Healing in the Black Family

With everything going on in Black America, there needs to be a space where Black people can let go and come back to themselves. The Black family is one of the most important social structures in the Black community. Beyond the roles and responsibilities imposed on us by capitalist America, there is magic in the

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Getting a Head Start

What can Black San Diegans do to empower Black youth? 3 Ways to Empower Black Youth There is so much joy in watching Black youth talk about their passions in the world. A deep satisfaction in witnessing them grow and step into their potential. As community members, elders, parents and leaders, we cannot forget to

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Rebranding Black America

The Legacy of the Black Vote – Who has the real power? Black people understand the impact that voting has in their lives, no matter how they articulate this experience. The fight to secure the right to vote for Black men and women surpasses attempts to degrade our intelligence and humanity as a people. Black

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PHOTOS: Joyful Juneteenth marchers brave D.C rain as America enters a civil rights summer

After weeks of media coverage about rioters and looters who hijacked protests following George Floyd’s death, Washington D.C. held its breath as Juneteenth marches wound up their springs on Friday. No one needed to worry. It was festive, not angry. People sold T-shirts. One woman led hundreds down Pennsylvania Avenue while belting Beyoncé’s “Freedom” anthem

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Zimbabwean farmers get tech savvy to stay in business

HARARE, Zimbabwe—Quickfresh co-founder Rumbidzai Mbambo makes daily runs supplying fresh produce to her growing list of clientele. Today is no different. Before winding up the last of her scheduled deliveries and returning to the warehouse in Waterfalls, the 27-year-old Mbambo sets course for Glen View, a high-density suburb in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe

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