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Trinitee Stokes Young Actress From “Mixed-ish” to Start College at 14-Years Old

Nationwide — Trinitee Stokes, a 14-year old student from Jackson, Mississippi who is also a sitcom actress, is now also one of the youngest students to attend college. Stokes has been known for playing the role of Judy Cooper on the Disney Channel series K.C. Undercover. She currently stars as Tamika on the show Mixed-ish. Read More…

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Black Executives at Ingenious Financial, Plan to Raise $10 Billion to Provide Tech to Unbanked and Underserved Communities

Black Executives at Ingenious Financial,  have announced plans to raise $10 billion in capital to invest in unbanked and underserved communities. Darnell Parker, founder of Ingenious Financial, and Derek Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, said the $10 billion will fund the capital disbursement towards the following four initiatives: • $4 billion for the financial institution and Read More…

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Jazzpher Evans, Black College Student Says 47-Year-Old White Bar Owner Choked, Slammed Her After She Put In A Song Request

Jazzpher Evans a Black College Student says Steven Homan a white owner of the bar known as The Barn in Quincy, Illinois, has been charged with a felony crime after allegedly committing a racially motivated attack against 19-year-old Jazzpher “Jazz” Evans on April 4. Homan, 47, was charged with aggravated battery and is accused of pushing the student, Read More…

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Everything Legendary Burger, Creates A Vegan Burger And Makes Six Figures Within 24 Hours

Everything Legendary Founders, Duane “Myko” Cheers, Danita Claytor and Jumoke Jackson in D.C. create a healthy food choice for their mothers. Cheers and Claytor teamed up with Jackson, a chef, to create their burger, made of pea protein and other vegan ingredients and seasonings. They started selling at local pop-ups and street festivals. Since then, Read More…

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Covid-19: Communities of Color and Other Buyers, Beware of Bold Promises from Health Insurers

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought issues of healthcare equity to the forefront of discussions of racial justice. Even when controlling for factors like age and income, communities of color have been much more severely impacted that white Americans. A recent report by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that “older Black, Hispanic, and American Indian/Alaska Native adults were Read More…