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Boston Columnist Notes Record Graduation Rates for Black Players in NCAA Men’s Basketball

Rates improve for athletes, columnist finds

Black graduation for players in the tournament is no longer March Madness.

By Darren Sands

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Stunningly Low Number of Black Students Admitted to Prestigous NYC School

Single-test rule is racially dicsriminatory, critics say

A lack of diversity at selective high schools in New York City has some critics…

By Darren Sands

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’12 Years a Slave’ Doubles Box Office Sales After Oscar Win

Are you surprised by the sharp uptick in sales?

Oscar award night was a good one for 12 Years a Slave, and the week…

By Sasha King

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Nia Long Talks ‘The Single Moms Club’

Nia Long talks co-starring with son Massai in the film 'Single Moms Club'

Nia Long can be found in countless movies over the course of her 43 years

By Sasha King

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Economy Recovering? U.S. Exports Continue to Grow

Products and services sold overseas supporting more jobs

Will this hold up?

By Alan Hughes

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San Francisco Tech Interns Earn More Than Median U.S. Household

Software and services company Palantir takes the top spot, paying about $7,000 per month

Being an intern doesn’t sound so bad after all

By Patrick Austin

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White House Screening of ‘A Trip to Bountiful’ Honors Cicely Tyson

Cicely Tyson honored by Michelle Obama at White House screening of 'A Trip to Bountiful'

Will you check it out?

By Sasha King

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Women of Power: Preparing Young Girls For STEM Careers

Symposium tackles the issue of increasing the number of black women in science, technology, engineering and math related ndustries

How do we bring more young women into the field of STEM and keep them…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Civil Rights Group Calls on Florida to Retry Michael Dunn, Repeal Stand Your Ground

Hung jury in murder trial of unarmed teen fuels debate over shoot first laws

Many complexities in the latest round of judicial decisions

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Verizon Foundation Offers Student Entrepreneurs Prizes, Mentoring to Launch Business Ventures

Verizon is providing a $60k grant to support this year's SmartPitch Challenge

This spring, a diverse group of young entrepreneurs from the City University of New York…

By C. Daniel Baker

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Detroit Bankruptcy Turns Spotlight to Business Development

Detroit’s New Economic Initiative Receives More Than $33 Million

NEI awarded $76 million in grants which helped to create more than 675 companies

Working to return Detroit to its position as a global economic leader

By C. Daniel Baker

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Nelson Mandela’s Will Details Released

The beneficiaries have been revealed

Nearly two months after his death, details of Nelson Mandela’s will have been released

By Sasha King

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Missouri Defensive Linesman; 2014 NFL Draft Prospect Michael Sam Comes Out

Is the league ready for its first openly gay pro-football player?

The 24-year-old Sam, who just completed his senior season with the Missouri Tigers, has been…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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George Zimmerman’s Celebrity Boxing Match with DMX: Canceled

Promoter said he's missing out on million-dollar pay day

It’s off

By Darren Sands

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Lala’s New Book Makes NY Times Best Sellers List

The Love Playbook tackles relationship issues many women encounter

Last week Tuesday, Jan 28th, Lala Anthony’s book The Love Playbook went on sale

By Sasha King

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Oklahoma Speaker of the House To Run For Senate Seat

T.W Shannon to run for the remainder of Sen. Tom Coburn's term

Current speaker of the house for Oklahoma T. W. Shannon is entering the race for…

By Sasha King

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Minority Youth Are More Entrepreneurial Inclined [Report]

Four in 10 US students plan to start a business but face few opportunities to learn necessary skills

Young people are interested in starting their own businesses more than ever

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America’s Young Generation Talks Back To President Obama

The League of Young Voters deliver their State of The Youth Address

The League empowers young people nationwide to participate in the democratic process

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Maryland Home to Most Millionaire Families in USA; Tops in Black Families

Did you know this?

The state of Maryland has the highest percentage of millionaire families and black families who…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Queen Latifah poses for a CoverGirl ad.

Queen Latifah Officiates Marriages of 34 Gay (and Straight) Couples at Grammy’s

Mass wedding ceremony performed on stage during the show

Hip-Hop diva Queen Latifah officiated the on-stage marriages of 34 couples from all walks of…

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How To

Password Protect Your Flash Drive In Two Simple Steps

Flash drives, thumb drives, USB sticks: whatever you want to call them, they’re more than…

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Black Female Voice Actor on How to Break into the Lucrative Voice-Over Business

“The secret society [of the voice-over business] is due in part because it’s a career…

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