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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 […]

“TEXT & TITLE TIME" on Sunday Joy with Ronnette Rollins! Let’s share the good news! This part of the show is an opportunity for you to call in and share the text & title of a sermon you heard.

The Motivational Moment during Sunday Joy with Ronnette Rollins encourages the listener to get motivated for whatever they may face during the week. Today, Reverend Ron Harrison talks about a Motivational Moment in Black History.

“TEXT & TITLE TIME" on Sunday Joy with Ronnette Rollins! Let’s share the good news! This part of the show is an opportunity for you to call in and share the text & title of a sermon you heard.

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.