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Diabetic amputations are soaring in the Black and Latino community due to PAD, a complication related to type-2 diabetes. The post Diabetic Amputations On The Rise Among Black Patients, Data Suggests appeared first on NewsOne.
Jackson State paid $800,000 to settle a lawsuit following a disagreement about the Southern Heritage Classic, an HBCU tradition. The post Jackson State Paid $800K To End Decades-Long HBCU Football Tradition, Documents Show appeared first on NewsOne.
Hydeia Broadbent, one of the most notable voices in the fight against the HIV/AIDS epidemic, passed away on February 20.
The 6th annual Urban One Honors is right around the corner! This year, we’re giving the Best in Black their well-deserved flowers. Grammy Award-winning songstress LeToya Luckett is back once again to host the fan-favorite Backstage Pass sponsored by Intuit TurboTax. This special segment brings you exclusive interviews with the show’s honorees, performers, and presenters. LeToya will […]
We’re highlighting Baltimore’s black businesses each and every Tuesday. Here are some places to check out this week. Carlynn Sold It Real Estate Company Business Description: “Your Dream Home Awaits.” Business Website: https://carlynnsmith.ureexecutives.com ‘Primrose Plush Beauty LLC Business Description: ” Be Plush with Primrose and achieve your dream hair.” Business Website: https://primroseplushbeauty.com/ Lotus Wellness and […]
Actress Malinda Williams and her Arise And Shine Foundation are birthing tomorrow's female computer programmers with a HBCU coding bootcamp. The post Sisters Are Doin’ It! Actress Malinda Williams Launches HBCU Coding Bootcamp For Women appeared first on Black America Web.