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According to its website, OZY media “is a diverse, global and forward-looking media and entertainment company focused on” finding “the New and the Next.” However, when one looks under the surface, it is not diverse and seems to operate in the same manner in which traditionally White-owned media corporations function. Since its founding in 2013,…

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Examining the latest CDC’s STD Surveillance Statistics, one can note a troubling pattern for Black Americans. Chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV and syphilis top the list of most reported new sexually transmitted infections (STIs) globally. STD rates are typically 5-8 times higher for African Americans or Black people than for non-Hispanic White people. This year’s data suggest…

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In cities across the nation, many of which have a large proportion of African Americans and run by Democrats since the 1940s, crime rates have risen drastically in just two years. This is particularly true for homicides. Crime statistics indicate that homicides increased nationwide by 25% last year, up from 16,000 homicides in 2019 to…

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Aside from Madam CJ Walker, the history of Black wealth is an uncelebrated and unknown phenomenon. However, history notes that Booker T. Washington and his Tuskegee Institute produced more self-made Black millionaires than Harvard, Princeton and Yale combined. Below we examine success stories of freed Blacks, slaves and the children of slaves. Mary Ellen Pleasant…

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Marcus Garvey — entrepreneur, founder, and first President-General of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League once stated: “A people without knowledge of their past history, origin and culture, is like a tree without roots.” Few know of the contributions made to the world in math from Africa. The revisionist history taught to…

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Prior to this year, the United States was energy-dependent in 2019 for the first time since 1957. It marked the first time in 62 years that U.S. energy production was higher than its consumption. Many factors contributed to this, mainly the energy sector oil and natural gas industry use of techniques like hydraulic fracturing and…

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There are many health-based, private volunteer organizations and other nonprofits that work to improve health outcomes and reduce racial disparities in health targeting the Black community. They include the Center for Black Women’s Wellness, the Black AIDS Institute, the Center for African American Health, the American Sickle Cell Anemia Association and many others. These organizations…

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One hundred years ago on May 31, 1921, White mobs destroyed the Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma. According to many historians, it was known as “Black Wall Street.” More importantly, it is also considered the most horrendous occurrence of racial terrorism in U.S. history. Unfortunately, many Americans are unaware of the story of Greenwood and…

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Unlike traditional vaccines, many of the newly developed COVID-19 vaccines are viral vector vaccines based on Messenger RNA (mRNA) and gene therapy technology. Gene therapy is a scientific process that developing ways to deliver nucleic acids into a cell as a drug to treat disease. Nucleic acids are intricate organic substances consistent with all living…

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