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'Crisis' for African-American Student Loan Borrowers
African-American students who took out federal student loans owed more on those loans 12 years after entering college than they originally borrowed, including those who earned a bachelor’s degree, according an analysis of new data from the U.S ...
An African-American, Money-Making Response to ?Our Science, Her Magic
On Rushion McDonald's Money Making Conversations on iHeartRadio Podcast, Dr. Yolanda Ragland, Founder of Fix Your Feet, revealed her unique take on the recent Nielsen report that went viral, ?African American Women: Our Science, Her Magic." Watch the full ...
Combating low number of African-American lawyers in Baltimore
The University of Baltimore School of Law is recruiting the top talent at Maryland's historically black colleges and universities through the Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence. (Algerina Perna, Baltimore Sun video)
Today in Entertainment: Weinstein Co. in sale negotiations; African American Critics Assn. dubs 2017 'Year of the Woman in Cinema'
Kicking off awards season, the African American Film Critics Assn. proclaimed 2017 the "Year of the Woman in Cinema," in a statement Monday announcing the honorees for its ninth annual awards ceremony. “There is no argument that women have made a bold ...
African American Film Critics Assn. Proclaims 2017 ‘Year of the Woman’
For its ninth annual awards program, the African American Film Critics Association has proclaimed 2017 the “year of the woman in cinema.” “There is no argument that women have made a bold step forward this year in Hollywood,” said AAFCA president ...
Charleston's African American Museum seeks charter members
The $75 million International African American Museum is recruiting charter members as it seeks to close in on its private fundraising goal. Individuals and organizations can join for $25 and $250, respectively, under the program announced Tuesday.
African American women are more likely to die from breast cancer
It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and there’s one group of women who are more likely to die from the disease. African American women have the highest breast cancer mortality rates. This issue hits close to home here at News10NBC - our own Deanna ...
These Never-Before-Seen Photos From “The New York Times” Offer a New Glimpse Into African-American History
There are about 10 million prints in the picture library of The New York Times, with anywhere from 60 million to 400 million photo negatives. Nicknamed “the morgue,” the archive is a living history of the United States. Each day, Times photographers ...
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