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AcARRE is a natural beauty brand created by chemist and CEO Tracey Kearse. Kearse has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Hampton University. Starting a business was natural for the Severna Park, Maryland, native who hails from a long line of entrepreneurs. Rolling out spoke with Kearse about her brand, which prides itself on…

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A 28-year-old woman, La’Teasha Macer, born in Cambridge, Maryland, claims to be the daughter of hip-hop mogul Jay-Z. Macer alleges her mother met the Roc Nation boss, born Sean Carter, in Cambridge where the two were introduced by Macer’s aunt, according to BOSSIP. Macer asserts she was the product of a relationship that centered around…

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A man was stabbed to death after a reported dispute over a Popeyes chicken sandwich in suburban Washington, according to the Associated Press and KGET News. The news agency reported that the stabbing death occurred after an “altercation involving the restaurant’s popular chicken sandwich” on Nov. 4, 2019, in Oxon Hill, Maryland, just outside the…

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Rep. Elijah Cummings’ death has resonated across the country. On Thursday, Oct. 17, Rep. Cummings died at age 68. Cummings represented Maryland’s 7th District in Congress since 1996. He also served as chair of the Oversight Committee that had been investigating President Donald Trump regarding several issues and was an advocate for reforming criminal justice,…

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A Black woman faced racial bullying after becoming the mayor of Upper Marlboro, Maryland. According to “NBC News,” Tonga Turner faced issues throughout her two-year tenure as mayor. Turner, who was the first Black mayor of the city, endured racial attacks that began during her first year in office. She received threatening letters that were…

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Prince George’s County, Maryland, which straddles the eastern edge of Washington, D.C., is renowned as arguably the wealthiest collection of Blacks in the nation. This seems to irk some White legislators and others of her ilk back at the Maryland statehouse. Del. Mary Ann Lisanti (D-Harford), apologized Tuesday for characterizing the majority-Black county in suburban…

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