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Newark continues efforts to use development in addressing housing crisis

Another program launches to provide affordable housing in a city grappling with homelessness and wealth inequities that grow wider during the pandemic.

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Billionaire, restaurateur ‘pay[s] it forward,’ donate to Morehouse and Clark Atlanta University students

Atlanta University Center students and recent alumni carry lighter financial loads thanks to the philanthropic efforts of billionaire Robert F. Smith, and food and beverage entrepreneurs, Pinky Cole and Stacey Lee.

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Ark Republic participates in API Thought Leader Summit

Ark Republic participated in the American Press Institute’s invite-only Thought Leader Summit last week in Arlington, Va.

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The Ark week in review: a roundup of the week’s most important news

Political Prisoner Freed

Former Black Liberation Army member, Herman Bell, was granted parole after serving 45 years in prison for the deaths New York City police officers Joseph A. Piagentini and Waverly M. Jones. Both officers were fatally shot outside a housing project in Harlem in 1971.

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Forced free labor thrived in the South long after slavery | Podcast

When I tell people that my father picked cotton, they think I am lying. My father was a cotton picker. So were his siblings and mother.

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Welcome to the Ark

We are Ark Republic. We are a media revolution.

We are dope.

We are the ones we have been waiting for.

We are a collective of people who work in different industries throughout the United States, but move and think globally.

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