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Learn Black History: Tips for Parents

Although each February gives us a chance to be intentional with our actions in learning about Black History, we shouldn't stop there. We should...

Raising Kids as Allies During Black History Month

Most folks would be able to instantly identify images of these Black cultural icons like President Barack Obama, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., or...

Social Justice and Advocacy: How One Person is Making a Difference

Social justice is the idea of a justified distribution of resources among individuals in a society. It’s about rights, humanity, equality and equity. It...

How a {Free} Board Game is Helping Fight Racism

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is upon us. Today marks the day we celebrate his life and his teachings. A leader who fought for racial...

Hair Love by Matthew A. Cherry

PC Hair Love Movie Research shows a powerful and positive impact on children of color when accurate reflections of their culture are represented in...

Year-End Reflection of She Should Run

“Women are underrepresented at all levels in the 500,000+ elected offices across the U.S. according to She Should Run (SSR) which...

Aja Brown, Compton’s Youngest Mayor, Re-Elected For Second Term

Having won a second term in the office of the mayor of Compton, Aja Brown is thankful for the continued support the people show...

St. Peter senior with Down syndrome hits pair of 3-pointers

Mason Doherty gives a high-five to a teammate while warming up before a game in St. Peter. Jackson Forderer As people filed into the...

San Francisco Elects 1st Asian American Sheriff in California History

San Francisco just elected a new sheriff — the first Asian American sheriff in California history. Paul Miyamoto, who is of Japanese ancestry, was sworn...

Children of color projected to be majority of U.S. youth this year

Demographers project that whites will become a minority in the U.S. in around 2045, dropping below 50% of the population. That’s a quarter-century from now...

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Strong Black Lead: Classic Black Sitcoms, more come to Netflix

Over the weekend, Netflix kicked off its release of classic Black sitcoms, hailing mostly from the ‘90s and early ‘00s. “Moesha” came to the...

Madeline Swegle becomes the first Black female tactical air pilot

The history of naval aviation began over 100 years ago. And now, after a century of technological...

Colorism is a full-circle problem for “Indian Matchmaking”

“Indian Matchmaking” is one of Netflix’s latest dating-centered reality shows. However, with its ties to a historical, cultural tradition, the show is a bit...

Culturas Corner: Meet Gina Clayton-Tarvin

As part of our mission to uplift cultural diversity, we are kicking off Culturas Spotlight. The series highlights individuals who make their community a...

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