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Nancy Musinguzi first picked up a camera at age 15. She started documenting her life, peers and her Somerset, New Jersey, suburb. Today, the executive director of Brick x Brick (BXB) “experiments with both traditional and emerging processes in documentary art to create visual ‘living’ histories of under-recognized voices and under-represented perspectives in a culture…

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Morehouse School of Medicine believes in the secret power of African healing. PROMETRA International, a global leader in African traditional medicine research, projects, and services worked with the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta conducting in-vitro viral research to determine if traditional African herbal extract treatments for Ebola were Africa’s answer to the Ebola crisis.…

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A group of well-known African musicians,including Tiken Jah Fakoly, Amadou and  Mariam, Salif Keita, Oumou Sangare, Kandia Kora, Mory Kante, Sia Tolno, Barbara Kanam and rappers Didier Awadi, Marcus (from the band Banlieuz’Arts) and Mokobe, have recorded and released a song titled  “Africa Stop Ebola”  to raise money and awareness about the deadly Ebola virus. All…

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Thomas Eric Duncan is the only person to have died from Ebola in the United States. The care that Duncan received at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, from all accounts, showed that he received inadequate service. Duncan, despite telling hospital staff that he had been to Africa and was running a fever, was discharged and diagnosed with what…

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  In sales and marketing, branding is everything. This basic fact of marketing was not lost on alleged drug dealer Barnabas “Hammer” Davis, 47, a New Jersey man who had a unique name for his brand of heroin, Ebola. Law enforcement officials state that Davis was selling drugs inside a room at a Ramada Inn…

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With recent Ebola cases diagnosed in Dallas and New York City, many Americans are concerned about the virus spreading. Unfortunately, it is more likely than not that there will be more diagnosed cases in the United States. With that in mind, rolling out would like to inform you about the facts, as we know them,…

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A woman in Lawton, Oklahoma, went to the emergency room at Comanche County Memorial Hospital and told doctors that she and her son had contracted the Ebola virus. According to a report by ABC 7, Beryl Rhines claimed that she and her son came down with a fever and needed immediate care. She also told…

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Harlemites are worried right now as there is a resident who was recently traveling to Africa who came down with Ebola-like symptoms and was rushed to the hospital. Rolling out spoke exclusively with New York City Council member Mark Levine, who represents District 7 in Hamilton Heights, about the breaking news story that is still…

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The worst fears of many Americans has come true, the Ebola virus is now in the United States. The virus was first officially introduced into the country when four infected health care workers were treated in Atlanta and at other specially designated hospitals in the U.S. But somehow, despite being on heightened public health alert,…

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  It seems that when combating the deadly Ebola virus the world can now look to Nigeria for solutions. On Monday, the government of Nigeria announced that the country has stopped the outbreak of the Ebola virus that is spreading throughout West Africa. The World Health Organization has called Nigeria’s achievement a “spectacular success story.” World…

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With all of the chaos surrounding the latest health scare to hit the United States, the CDC is moving swiftly to contain any possible outbreak. Within the last week, two new scares have surfaced, forcing the CDC to take precautionary measures. Two Texas strippers, Axl Goode and Taylor Cole, have been placed on a 21 day…

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“When we got the results from Conakry confirming that Ebola had reached our place, we were scared,” shares Dr. Maurice Ony Beuvogui, the director of the district hospital in Télimélé, a Guinean town located 168 miles north of the capital Conakry. “But we knew that we, health workers, have the responsibility to fight it.” Having…

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Ebola is not going away anytime soon in the U.S. Nina Pham, 26, is fighting for her life. She was on the medical team that treated Liberia native, Charles Duncan, 45, who passed away on October 8 recently from the deadly Ebola virus at Dallas Presbyterian Hospital. Pham admitted herself to the hospital when her…

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Maybe those questioning Iggy Azalea’s gangsta cred need not question any further. The Australian-born rapper recently had a run-in with some pesky paparazzo in a supermarket parking lot that brought out a side of her most had never seen. After doing a little grocery shopping, Azalea was accosted by a particularly persistent pap. According to one…

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Thomas Eric Duncan of Monrovia, Liberia was pronounced dead today, Wednesday, Oct 8, 2014. He was undergoing treatment at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas for Ebola he contracted prior to coming to the U.S. Doctors started administering the experimental drug brincidofovir on Saturday. He was was receiving kidney dialysis and was on a ventilator.…

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Thomas Eric Duncan died this morning due to complications from the Ebola virus. Duncan’s health began to deteriorate this weekend. Doctors at Presbyterian Hospital decided to give him an experimental antiviral drug on Monday. However, the drug did little to help his health and he was medically debated on Tuesday. He died this morning at…

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