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I Am Jada, a Black Captain America, and More in This Week’s Good News

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Nia Long makes history, 8th graders sign million dollar contract, and did you hear that the new Captain America is black? Read more

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Soul Food, Spelman’s Loss, and Laverne Cox: This Week’s Good News

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Find out how history was made this week, where to go to satisfy your taste buds, and also read about whose legacy will be left behind at Spelman College. Read more

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Over 60 Women Return to Borno, Nigeria

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While many women are still captured by the Northeastern Nigerian abductors, some manage to escape to safety. Read more

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Civil Rights Act, BET’s New Women, and Paul Quinn: This Week’s Good News

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Amid government controversy, how about some good news? Find out about the Civil Rights Act commemoration, BET’s new women, and Paul Quinn College’s largest donation. Read more

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The UrbanFaith Summer Reading List: What We Are Reading

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Summer reading lists aren’t just for kids in between the school year, check out what our staff and contributing writers are reading this summer and share what you are reading. Read more

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Health and Recovery: This Week’s Good News

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Knowing your status, Lupita continues to win and more in this week’s news roundup. Read more

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Poet and Author Maya Angelou Dies at 86

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Maya Angelou (Photo Credit: Bob Richman, 2010 Harpo Inc.) Today the world has lost... 

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Names of 180 of the Abducted Nigerian Schoolgirls Released

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The Christian Association of Nigeria has provided the names of some of the missing Nigerian schoolgirls. Read more

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Video: Bring Back Our Girls

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A video featuring some of the Nigerian schoolgirls and the voice of the father of one of the abducted is the latest tool to increase awareness about the 234 missing. Read more

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Tim Wise Preaching the Anti-Affirmative Action Ban Gospel

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Nearly seven years ago anti-racism activist Tim Wise artfully delivered his side on the affirmative action ban debate, do his words still ring true today? Read more

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