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There's reckoning around our toxic culture of sexual abuse. But Black Americans are left waiting for remedies for white supremacy past and present. It's time to #PayUp.
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Gentrification greatly contributes to the displacement and housing instability of people of color.
Local organizations have stepped up to provide food and educational programming for the children who are entering their eighth day of school closures.