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#ADOS, the movement, reparations and demands during a major election year

#ADOS has been a rising group calling for the elimination of the racial wealth gap through reparations. A nascent group with a growing membership, they push the line for the political shift and economic enfranchisement of Blacks who are descendants of American slaves.

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Blackface in the academy: Black professors address white female academics who stole Black women’s identities | The Remedy

Our inaugural podcast for The Remedy tackles the tough issue of white academics, and in particular women, stealing Black women’s identities.

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Sham, Shame or Shitshow? Breaking down the issues in the first presidential debate

This first of three presidential debates started with a collective WTF?

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Breonna Taylor, RBG and the weirdest presidential election ever | Weekly Check In

After a much needed break, the Weekly Check In, checks back in with new guests and more important issues to cover. 

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Ancestors: What do they mean at this critical moment and celebrating traditions that honor them

Memorial Day, President’s Day and Black history month are all holidays where people take time out to honor and celebrate their ancestors. 

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NBA, WNBA usher in a wave of protest by professional and college athletes

At the height of another police shooting of an African American man, this time in Kenosha, Wisconsin, several franchises in the pro-ball leagues of the WNBA and NBA stopped playing games. Was it effective?

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Surviving Covid-19 at 80 years old

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When doctors diagnosed John Durden with Covid-19, he didn’t know if he would make it. With the help of his children, the Newark resident followed protocols to survive the deadly novel coronavirus. Now he tells his story. 

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Covid-19 spikes, Stimulus package talks, Portland protests, AOC called a b*tch and Monique’s lawsuit

This week on our Weekly Check In with Lisa Durden, we cover topics on current affairs.

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Judge rules that award-winning comedian, Mo’Nique, can move forward with Netflix lawsuit

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Two years after her claims that Netflix was biased in how they handled negotiations, comedian Mo’Nique scores a small victory in her lawsuit against the billion-dollar streaming service.

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Pound cakes for the people: Meet Chef Cassandra who raised over $2k in a few days selling sweets

Chef Cassandra wanted to evoke change, and do it for a worthy cause: Ark Republic. So she joined the #BakersAgainstRacism campaign to raise over $2k by selling her grandmother’s famous Georgia pound cakes. Now the orders cannot stop coming in.

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