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Chef Miguel Trinidad

[Watch] The Cannabis Market: Cannabis Entrepreneurs Create Culinary Magic

Part 2 - Renowned chef Miguel Trinidad and events expert Doug Cohen take diners to the 99th Floor

The legalization of marijuana in several states is prompting connoisseurs, investors, and entrepreneurs to savor…

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President Obama’s 2017 Budget Supports Increased Equity and Excellence

Extends conversation about the need to prioritize education

President Obama’s fiscal year 2017 budget proposes key investments in education, teachers and other school…


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Ask “Big” For Startup Funding—Kanye Style

A 'no" doesn't mean 'never'

While asking a billionaire for money may get the rest of us kicked off of…

By Samara Lynn

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Ruth Simmons, Brown University president

Black History Month: Ruth J. Simmons, President of Brown University

29 days of modern black history makers

Ruth J. Simmons became the first black president of an Ivy League institution as the…

By Safon Floyd

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Google Cultural Institute

Black History Month: Google Cultural Institute’s Ode to Black History

Google Cultural Institute creates an online museum of black history, arts, and culture

Google Cultural Institute’s virtual black history museum.

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Scalia’s Death May Affect Court’s Affirmative Action Ruling

Some controversial cases could be in limbo

What effect, if any, will the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia have on…


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Google Files Patents For Unique Glasses, a Robot and a Driverless Car

Some recently filed patents by Google just appeared in the Patent Office's index

New Google patents seems to show a Google Glass reboot, and updated driverless cars and…

By Samara Lynn

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Study: Highest Rate of Dementia Among African Americans

Researchers find inequities related to race and dementia, call for more studies

A recent study has found that the rate of dementia in African Americans is 65%…

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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Apple For “iPhones Rendered Inoperable”

Apple gets sued over "Error 53" iPhone issue

Four iPhone user hit Apple with class action lawsuit.

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Scientists View Gravitational Waves From Distant Universe For First Time

The gravitational waves are from two black holes colliding 1.3 billion years ago

Scientists detect gravitational waves for first time.

By Samara Lynn

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The National Black Programming Consortium Is Offering $150,000 To Independent Filmmakers

Executive Director Leslie Fields-Cruz brings black content to public TV and beyond

The head of the National Black Programming Consortium is filling the funding gap, offering $150,000…

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Newsweek: By 2020, Robots Will Run For President

The robots are coming and they will take some of our jobs

Artificial Intelligence is evolving rapidly. By 2020, robots may be running for President.

By Samara Lynn

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Dr. Paula A. Johnson, president, Wellesley College

Wellesley College Names First African American President

Dr. Paula A. Johnson brings educational and medical experience to the role

Dr. Paula A. Johnson has been named Wellesley College president, making her the first black…

By Janell Hazelwood

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NBC Honors 29 Modern Day History Makers With New Black History Month Initiative

Young politicians, athletes, actors and more make the list

NBC’s new platform, NBCBLK, celebrates Black History Month with new initiative spotlighting modern day history…

By Courtney Connley

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Ryan Coogler, film director

ABFF Awards Honors Rising Star Ryan Coogler

A Celebration of Hollywood, Tuesday, Feb. 23rd at 8 p.m. ET/PT on BET and Centric

Ryan Coogler honored as Rising Star on ABFF: A Celebration of Hollywood, Tuesday, February 23rd…

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Young black employee, smiling

4 Fail-Proof Strategies for Getting the Most Out of Your Business Day

Don’t use work as an excuse to neglect your health

If you want your business to thrive, then you have to give it the very…


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BE_Sports - Football Stadium

#SB50: A Week’s Worth of Super Events Led Up to the Big Game

A peek at the brands that make it all happen

The Super Bowl is more than enough excitement in itself. But the pre-game activities were…

By Aniesia Williams

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Super Bowl 50: The Most Epic Event on TV

Everything about #SB50 was like the theme: Go big or go home

There are a few words to describe last Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 game: Most epic…

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Black History Month: The Divine Nine

A brief look at black Greek letter organizations

Black Greek-letter sororities and fraternities have been a pivotal part of black history since the…

By Janell Hazelwood

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School still life with copyspace on chalkboard

Education Strategies – Do They Work?

Legislation calls for "evidence-based" initiatives

To understand the value of the law’s approach to evidence, it is useful to contrast…


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How to Budget for Unexpected Windfalls

Having a plan for unexpected windfalls can be as important as anticipating surprise expenses. Just…

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Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe (Image: Nomadness Travel Tribe)

How to Get Paid for Traveling

Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe (Image: Nomadness Travel Tribe)
Have a passion for…

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