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7 Leaders Who Carry on MLK Jr.’s Legacy
These modern trailblazers work on civil rights issues
10 Landmarks Along the U.S. Civil Rights Trail
Visit the sites where ordinary citizens fought injustice
Books About the African-American Experience
Top picks suggested by scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr.
These soldiers performed acts of heroism, valor
Influential figures left their mark on the United States
14 films to entertain you while making you smarter
Matthew Raiford honors his heritage
Practice joy by celebrating positive Black experiences
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Kimberly “Smitty” Smith helped save a life
Rev. Dr. Jamesetta Ferguson helps residents
Relationships can span generations
Dr. Imani Woody develops housing
Tony Hillery grows healthy food for kids
4 in 10 older adults have been infected
Recognizing signs of the medical emergency are key
AARP survey reveals that many women face biases
Despite obstacles, these innovators turned their ideas into profitable inventions
Negotiate costs and consider a variety of incomes when planning
Certification can open access to government contracts and other types of support
Here are some surprising facts
Test your knowledge of Black history
She offers advice on overcoming life’s challenges
He explains why the universe is so important
He says great success comes with great responsibility
Broadway plays: See ‘The Piano Lesson’
At 102, Pvt. Romay Davis reflects on her battalion of Black and Hispanic women
Mountaineer Phil Henderson led an expedition to the top of Mount Everest
Jeanne Gustavson broke up with Steve Watts in the ‘70s. Decades later, they’re getting married
Team Blackstar consists of over 270 skydivers from six countries
Hilda Griggs, 98, is one of the last surviving members of the all-black, all-female 6888th postal unit
New military study finds racial and ethnic minorities face challenges over jobs, finances, discrimination
Three Black women dermatologists reveal what products they use in their daily skin-care routine
Dermatologists provide tips on how to fade stubborn brown spots on skin
Makeup brands are offering a greater range of hues for darker skin
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