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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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Black on Black | The World is a Gamble Comic Strip

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Matthew Gamble tackles the longstanding debate regarding Black-on-Black crime in the latest edition of, “The World is a Gamble.

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Home of the Free: Sweetwyrdness founders tap into the eclectic and beautiful with lifestyle, media company

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Ark Republic speaks to Ananda and Zaccai Free, founders of Sweetwyrdness, a highly innovative lifestyle and media company that celebrates and connects those who express themselves in authenticity.

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‘When They See Us’ streams to over 23 million, community screenings help audiences get through tough issues explored in movie

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The case of the exonerated five and ‘When They See Us’ series shatters Netflix as local organizations hold screenings across the country.

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Pyrrhic victory for Rutgers University adjuncts splits union

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In June, Rutgers University adjunct union representatives announced that its body of part-time lecturers (PTLs) approved the 2018-2022 contract offered by administration for a scalable pay increase.

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