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The Rev. Frederick K.C. Price, the founder of Crenshaw Christian Center, one of the largest worship centers in the nation, died after succumbing to complications of the novel coronavirus on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. He was 89. Confirmation of the venerated pastor’s death was delivered to the masses by Price’s son and successor, Fred Price…

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Dr. Eva Beaulieu is an internist at Piedmont Henry Hospital 30 miles south of Atlanta. She recently sat down with Munson Steed, CEO of rolling out to discuss COVID-19 in at-risk communities for rolling out’s weekly program, Health IQ. They conversed about how to combat and protect oneself against the deadly virus and why certain communities…

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Dr. Ebonie Vincent, a board-certified podiatrist and co-star of the hit TLC network series “My Feet Are Killing Me,” stopped by rolling out’s Health IQ to talk about season two of the series, her journey into podiatry, and how she’s educating Black and Brown communities about the importance of foot health. Vincent also goes into detail about how…

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Nick Cannon, the host of the hit show “The Masked Singer,” has contracted the coronavirus and entered the requisite quarantine period, according to news reports. While the multi-hyphenate entertainer is sequestered from Fox’s reality TV show, producers will insert renowned comedic actress Niecy Nash into Cannon’s hosting slot until he returns to the set, Deadline…

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As many Americans express apprehension about taking the COVID-19 vaccine, Plies is explaining to fans why he’s opting to get vaccinated. On Monday. Feb. 1, Plies shared an Instagram post as he discussed his intention to take the vaccine. “I’m getting vaccinated the first chance I get,” Plies revealed, adding, “How I look @ It…

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While the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States currently hovers around 26.2 million and is expected to increase, many small businesses continue to experience interruptions due to local mandates. In 2019, Rea Huntley, James Bagley and Marcus Gunn started Lavii Inc., a Temple Hills, Maryland-based company that provides affordable technology solutions…

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As a mother of two little girls, I’m continually instilling in them the importance of recognizing the beauty and intelligence they possess. Our history reflects the mistreatment of people of color and how our rich melanin pigmentation is considered unattractive and threatening. Through slavery and civil rights, Black women have been at the forefront in…

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Revered baseball legend Hank Aaron did not succumb to the novel coronavirus as many suspected, according to the autopsy report. Henry Louis Aaron Jr., whose place on the Mount Rushmore of baseball legends is undisputable, passed away on Jan. 22, 2021. Because he died just two weeks after taking the first of the coronavirus vaccine…

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  When baseball legend Hank Aaron died suddenly on Friday, Jan. 22, 2021, some members of the Black community reacted with fear. Medical experts explained Aaron’s passing isn’t necessarily connected to him taking the coronavirus vaccine and hope it doesn’t deter minorities from getting inoculated. African American luminaries such as Aaron, Ambassador Andrew Young, civil…

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Charles Barkley made a lot of ears go up when he said professional sports players should get preferential treatment regarding the coronavirus vaccine because they “pay more taxes.” Barkley frequently blurts out controversial statements during his entertaining analysis for TNT’s “Inside the NBA.” It has propelled him to pop culture prominence and helped him win…

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The National Basketball Association announced on Monday, Jan. 11, 2021, that multiple games will be postponed this week. Rolling out reported on Friday, Jan. 8, that NBA star Seth Curry became the first known player to contract the novel coronavirus, but he or someone else may have ignited a chain reaction. The Wall Street Journal…

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