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Serena Williams’ Return To Wimbledon Ends With Dramatic Defeat Against Harmony Tan

Serena Williams' return to singles tennis after a year-long absence ended with a dramatic 5-7 6-1 6-7 (7-10) first-round defeat against France's Harmony Tan at Wimbledon.

The Time for Reparations Is Now

Experts say reparations are necessary to atone for slavery — and we should get involved with efforts to make financial compensation happen.

MLB Announces 12 Suspensions For Mass Brawl Between Seattle Mariners And Los Angeles Angels

Major League Baseball has suspended 12 players and coaches following the mass brawl that marred the Los Angeles Angels' win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday.

Roe Decision Could Spur Massive Voter Turnout During Midterms

With the U.S. Supreme Court overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade statute and effectively taking away reproductive rights, some believe voters are now galvanized and poised for a massive showing in November.

Justice Clarence Thomas And The Conservative Supreme Court Have Fanned The Flames Of Racism In America

Former President Donald Trump’s Make America Great Again cry proved an easy between-the-lines moniker, but even that stood as a dog whistle – until now.

How Urban Planners Can Ditch Racist Practices and Support the Health of Black Neighborhoods

So often the Black community’s health is considered last by urban planners when making changes to their neighborhoods—but one group of Black women are working to put an end to this. 

What Ending Roe v. Wade Means For Black Women

News rang out across the United States today that the Supreme Court officially overturned Roe. V Wade — striking down birthing people’s constitutional right to an abortion.

Congress Extends Pandemic School Lunch Waivers, Though Not All Kids Will Benefit

Congress voted Friday to extend the pandemic school meal waivers that have helped keep tens of millions of children fed and gave districts the funding and flexibilities needed to cope with supply chain and labor issues.

How Tennis Legend Arthur Ashe Became One Of The Most Vocal HIV/AIDS activists

 Arthur Ashe may have been most known for his tennis success, but it was his activism that set him apart off the court.

Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade

The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, holding that there is no longer a federal constitutional right to an abortion.

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