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HuffPost BlackVoices Feb 5
. on how comedy saved his life, his production with Lena Waithe and free therapy for all black people.
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HuffPost BlackVoices Feb 28
For , discusses inaccessibility for black people in the art space, expanding opportunities and her forthcoming anthology, “The Black Futures Project.”
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HuffPost BlackVoices Feb 21
For , spoke with us about the power of black people disrupting the travel industry, the roadblocks that prevent many from access and drawing inspiration from Matthew Henson and Victor Hugo Green.
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HuffPost BlackVoices Feb 28
Backstage Capital founder doesn't have time for the petty boys club BS of Silicone Valley. She's championing for and investing in companies founded by women, people of color and those who identify as LGBTQ.
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HuffPost BlackVoices Feb 16
For , spoke to HuffPost about changing the face of health education, her journey with breast cancer and tearing down medical racism one brick at a time.
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HuffPost Feb 28
For , Kevinee Gilmore discussed healing after her personal traumas from foster care, the flaws within the system and the importance of making foster kids feel like royalty.
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CARESHA PLEASE!!! Feb 1
It's the first day of . It's also my anniversary as editor of . I'm honored to work with such amazing colleagues who supported me in creating our theme & photoseries , now leading .
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HuffPost BlackVoices Feb 19
For , discusses his rise from athlete to host, activism in the NFL and being a representation of limitlessness for black kids.
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HuffPost BlackVoices Feb 28
For , visual artist and activist spoke with about his journey to art, his pride in his African culture and what it was like to work on Beyonce's Grammy award winning visual album, "Lemonade."
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M by Michael Strahan Feb 22
Check out today's article to learn more about 's interview with ! “I stopped waiting for people to change their perception about me. I had to change it for them.”
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Maya🌻 Feb 1
There is no America without black history.
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HuffPost BlackVoices Feb 14
For , @EuniqueJG spoke to us about founding "Because Of Them We Can," her new subscription box and the role education plays in showing black kids their potential.
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Riding For #ADOS Jun 5
Replying to @IAMFridayJones
These types of actions cheapens the sufferings of our ancestors. A “Path to Citizenship” if you just got off the boat, a Road to Extinction if your people swung from a rope.
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HuffPost Feb 2
For , talked to us about finding her activist roots in the church, urging the world to show up for black trans women and marrying her advocacy work with journalism.
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HuffPost Feb 1
As actress Danielle Brooks () steps into her new path as a solo artist, she continues to pave the way for others like her.
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HuffPost Feb 4
For , the executive director of Color of Change, activism began at an early age.
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EngineerDeanna Sep 12
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Graham Construction Sep 12
Thrilled to share Phase I of the Bower Place Mall expansion in Red Deer, AB is complete!
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leannecatherine. Sep 11
getting a long a bit farther .. becoming more real every day
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Black Superman Sep 10
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