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Black communities may fear being used as guinea pigs for novel experiments

COVID-19 vaccination rates have shown variation along demographic lines, particularly markedly in communities of color. However, this variation is complex and is underscored by a structural problem driving the lack of vaccine adherence among marginalized populations. The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) August 18,

It is imperative to realize that it is not just the United States that is a key player for vaccine distribution and public health mitigation

Global allocation inequities within the United States and other countries hold back vaccination efforts in the fight to have effective prevention for the spread of COVID-19.  Diseases, especially infectious diseases,

Top New York legal recruiter, Emily Witt is finally pursuing her childhood dreams of being a broadcast journalist after a long and steady successful career as a leading legal recruiter in New York. Emily was a senior legal recruiter at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, which is routinely ranked as the number one most prestigious

Contemporary African American writers of fiction must deal with the issue of how blacks are represented in their works. Often using blacks as their protagonists, the tendency has been to channel the black experience in reality, and depict the harmful consequences of racism in America. Historically, race in America is inextricably linked with social class,

keep the faith

Check out this mask: It embraces the times we now live in. Through art, I continue to find creative ways to inspire and send motivational messages. If you have a keen eye, you will notice the ‘Faith’ bracelet too.

Not only do I live by this prophetic word, but also it is

When punishment must be swift and severe to protect the sacred symbolism of democracy

The whole world except America’s caviar chugging, wine swigging elite knows the implications of what happened on January 6, when a mob instigated by Trump took over Congress. America’s elite which has always closed its eyes to the travails of common

Garuba also had an immense gift for friendship.

Harry Garuba who passed in February 2020 was a well-known figure on the Nigerian literary scene primarily as a mentor to many budding writers at the University of Ibadan (UI) where he taught for two decades. He also served as an assistant general secretary of the Association

Picture this for life with #46!

When Shiri Achu and her family took a photo with the future 46th US President, Joe Biden. July 2007.

“Wake up!  Wake up!!”

Ecstatically, we tried to wake our big brother up from his deep slumber. It was 3  in the morning. We had just driven to his flat—ok,

Claudia’s grandfather from China, Siu KanChiu who changed his name to Guillermo Siu, born circa 1914.

A world of immigrants

When the major networks finally projected that Joe Biden had been elected the 46th President of the United States in the afternoon of November 7, 2020, after finally crossing the 270 electoral votes threshold with