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War Ties: Tying privilege to the Vaccine

Dr. Leanna wen, an emergency physician, former Baltimore health commissioner, CNN medical analyst, and Washington Post contributing columnist― in agreeance…

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BINSPIRED: Friday Night Lights

Today we should go back in time,  remembering those days before COVID, when High Schools were getting ready for the…

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    Squid Game director Hwang Dong-hyuk wasn't a huge fan of LeBron James [https://blavity.com/tags/LeBron-James]' review of the movie, ESPN reports [https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/32481447/have-seen-space-jam-2-squid-game-creator-chirps-back-lebron-james]. The Lakers star appeared at a press conference where he revealed he didn't like the show's ending during

  • As A Black, Queer, Non-Binary Leader, I Believe Every Day Should Be Black Wellness Day

    If you’re interested in sharing your opinion on any cultural, political or personal topic, create an account here  [https://blavity.com/register]and check out our how-to post [https://blavity.com/blavity-op-eds-how-to-share-your-voice-and-submit-an-op-ed] to learn more. ____ October is

  • People Are Sharing When They First Learned About The Tulsa Massacre And It’s The Saddest Commentary On Our Education System

    The Tulsa [https://blavity.com/search/Tulsa]Massacre is trending on Twitter as people are talking about the first time they learned about one of the most significant moments in Black history. Most social media users shared similar stories, saying they didn't learn about the horrific event until they became adults. After going through school without learning about the massacre carried out against Black residents in Tulsa,

  • A Tale Of Two Howards: Howard University’s Dual Homecomings

    On the Yard of Howard University, there are bouncy houses, 360 photo booths, games, activities, and celebratory balloons; it’s homecoming. Near the Armour J. Blackburn University Center, flooding over onto plots of grass near the Chadwick A. Boseman College of Fine Arts [https://blavity.com/howard-names-fine-arts-school-after-alum-chadwick-boseman] are tents, flyers, picket signs, and several students boycotting the very ev

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