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Racial Bias Evident in NFL Lawsuit Settlement

The National Football League has been embroiled in lawsuits for nearly a decade from former players alleging that the league knew that its sport resulted ...


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Purdue University Honors Sisters Who Persevered

Purdue University recently announced the renaming of two of its residence halls after two extraordinary alumni, Freida and Winifred Parker. In 1946, they ...


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Sometimes You Have to Stoop to Conquer

Author Isabel Wilkerson chronicles one of the great untold stories of American history: the migration of more than six million black citizens who fled ...


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Black Homeowner’s Appraisal Doubles After White Friend Poses as Owner

For most homeowners in a hot housing market, the value of their property tends to rise dramatically. But not for Carlette Duffy. Her home seemed not to ...


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Wrongful Arrest Results in Police ID Reform Bill

In the spring of 2018, Charles Battle II had no idea that he would become the focal point of his local community’s struggle to reform the way police ...


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Why Jackie Robinson’s Hall of Fame Plaque Had to Change

A legacy sometimes ends up obscuring achievements. Jackie Robinson may have been fearful of this happening to his legacy when he was inducted into the ...


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Improperly Seized Property Returned to Family of Original Owners

Back in 1912, Willa and Charles Bruce were one of the first African-American landowners in Los Angeles County after purchasing a plot of oceanside property ...


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Principal Cuts Student's Hair to Remedy His Insecurity

Many middle-school boys have memories of barbershop haircuts. But for one boy, his most memorable cut happened elsewhere. Anthony Moore is a student at ...


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A Tale of Two Families, Two Racisms

In 1957, my parents moved into Levittown, Pennsylvania. It was a brand-new suburban community and these homes were finally at a price that Army veterans ...


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Revival at the Corner Where George Floyd Was Killed

Many are calling it sacred ground--38th Street and Chicago Avenue--the site where George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis police officer. The intersection ...


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