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5 Black Friends Who Became Doctors Share Their Stories

PHOTO CREDIT: Nina Babel, Founder of NIBA Studios, LLC Nationwide — Drs. Diane Boykin, M.D.; Leah Matthews, M.D., MPH; Sylvia E. Morris, M.D., MPH; Jessica Osborn, M.D.; and Angela C.B. Walker, M.D. – all Black women – first came together while studying at Georgetown University School of Medicine in the late 1990s. And now, together Read More…

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When It Rains At Burning Man, He’s Becomes SWAMP MAN

Black Rock City, Nev., where the Burning Man debauchery festival is held annually, turned into a swamp this year after heavy rains blasted the desert party and trapped some 73,000 attendees in the “muddy hellhole.” According to reports, event organizers barred Burning Man attendees from leaving the area because “widespread muddy conditions created treacherous driving conditions.” Read More…

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Triplets Who Almost Died at Birth Are Now HBCU Students in Atlanta

Nationwide — Meet Tony Jr. Hicks and his two sisters Sanai and Morgan, triplets from Baltimore, Maryland, who eached weighed less than 2 pounds when they were prematurely born. But now, they are healthy and simultaneously beginning their journey as students at HBCUs in Atlanta. These three incredible young adults faced adversity right from the Read More…