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Radicals, insurgents raid the Capitol Building to stop certification of electoral votes

Domestic insurgents stormed the Capitol Building then overtook the Congressional chambers. Was this a set up, an organic revolution or an unorganized noise?

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Who have we become? When pandemic and protests shut down the US, how did we transform

A global panic set in when Covid-19 spread across the world. Then the killing of George Floyd activated hundreds of protests that ended up happening throughout the globe. We all changed in some way. We explore those transformations in this discussion of the Weekly Check In.

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Black farmers, political leadership, reparations, Greenwood Bank and HBCUs. What the pandemic taught us in 2020? | The Light Series

The 2020 elections and the coronavirus pandemic left the country with much to reflect on, and how to move forward. We cover this on the Weekly Check In with Dr. Sherice J. Nelson.

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Allison James-Frison of Girls; Live Love Laugh gives young women the space to bloom | The Light Series

Finding her deepest passion was to give girls an opportunity to develop in a healthy environment, this Newark-based philanthropist launched an organization after she rose from the ashes of personal struggles.

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Removing stigmas and myths on reproductive protections and abortion care | The Remedy

Dr. Deshawn Taylor, owner of Desert Star Family Planning, is 1 of 6 African Americans who own a facility offering abortion care services. The work is an uphill battle, but for her it is not only necessary, but rewarding.

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Elections have come and gone. Well sort of. So where do we go from here?

We are two weeks out of the major elections and we are still asking “Are we there yet?” In our Ice Cube voice.

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Presidential results update: Georgia’s on my mind, while votes in other states are still being counted

People are still waiting for the votes to be counted, but Georgia flipped and lingering senate races may end up majority Democrat.

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Election Watch: Upsets, victories roll in with election results in senate races and the presidential bid

More election talk on the winners and losers, and the tight senate and presidential races.

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Election Watch: Some GOP might wobble, but they all did not fall down

Races to flip Republican-held senate seats look dismal for democrats, showing the GOP staying power.

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