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60 Years of Activism in Gainesville: Denifield Player to Tiffany Pennamon

By Brooks Bass, Morgan Goldwich, Kevin Maher, Michaela Mulligan, Emma Ross and Thomas Weber May 20, 2021 Florida Good, Longform, Racial equity Thursday marks one month since former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd. And Tuesday is one year since Floyd’s death, an event that sparked months-long protests across the country in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Read More…

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Meet the Black Educator Whose Workbooks Are Being Used in Ghana, Haiti, Mexico and South Korea

Nationwide — Rosa Higgs, an African American educator and the author of Read in 40 Hours or Less workbook series, is celebrating that her books are being used by teachers, parents, and students all across the U.S. and all over the world. She is receiving orders from as far away as Ghana, Haiti, Mexico, and South Korea. According Read More…

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Our Black Children Learning Financial Skills From Early Age At Home

Nationwide — Ruby “Sunshine” Taylor, a graduate of Howard University and the founder of Financial Joy School based in Baltimore, Maryland is proud to introduce Project 10,000, an initiative geared towards providing essential financial education to black and brown youth and families through the financial literacy card game, LEGACY! Card Game. The initiative is supported by a $250,000 Read More…