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16 reasons why we fell in love with Baltimore

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There are many reasons why we bang hard for Baltimore. Here are a dozen and some change.

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Puerto Rico’s secretary of justice prefers not to succeed as governor after party member resigns in disgrace

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Secretary of Justice, Wanda Vásquez Garced, is next in line to assume the governor’s role of Puerto Rico, but she refuses the succession.

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Lincoln Park Music Festival plans to imbue the city of Newark for the culture

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This weekend from July 26 to July 28, Lincoln Park Music Festival’s (LPMF) annual celebration of spirit and dance, gears up for three days of music, movement and Black culture joy.

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Blockchain has found a new home, the prison industrial complex

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Forget skew numbers, microchips and barcodes as monitoring systems. Now, governments and companies use cryptography, popularly known as blockchain, to trace everything from prisoners to potato chips.

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It’s Monday. Get your home office organized

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70 percent of people who work around the world, spend at least one day working from home. What’s your home office situation?

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‘The Black Godfather’ documentary explores Clarence Avant and the ruling class use of black pop culture | Think Piece

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Clarence Avant mastered pimping out Black identity to normalize the functioning of a nation premised on the oppression of his fellow Black citizens.

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Reparations | The World is a Gamble Comic Strip

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Since reparations emerges again as a national conversation, so does the generational differences on restorative justice and the Black experience in the US.

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Deciding to have an abortion was the right decision and a difficult one | The Man Project

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Abortion is not my story to tell. It is hers, and theirs.

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Women of Sudan’s diaspora channels ancient mothers to keep the fires of revolution burning

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Sudan’s interim military council attempts to sequester communication of protesters calling for the end of military rule. Across the globe, the country’s diasporans keep the world watching Sudanese fight for change.

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Los Angeles starts summer with carnival, shows the cities blooming culture and communities

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Carnival came to Los Angeles last week with its annual, Los Angeles Culture Festival and Hollywood Carnival Parade

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