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The Young Actors Guild’s ‘Sunday Morning’ is a must see

The Young Actors Guild’s ‘Sunday Morning’ is a must see.

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Pathways in Education offers an ‘alternate path to success’ in Frayser

PIE is a tuition-free, ASD accredited public school that is committed to helping students in grades 9-12, as well as older students, earn their high school diplomas.

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Mid-South native explores hidden history of Washington D.C.

Jesse J. Holland's latest book "The Invisibles" is about slaves in The White House.

Jesse J. Holland's latest book "The Invisibles" is about slaves in The White House.

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A my hair-your hair reflection

Boy in touching Obama photo looks back on viral moment: ‘It felt just like my hair.’

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Google just dropped $11 million to make sure #BlackLivesMatter

According to USA Today, Google just pledged $11.5 million in grants and funding to help organizations fight racial bias.

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Sharpton serves up sermon laced with lessons and admonitions

The Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a Memphis version of a sermon constructed for Black History Month during his appearance at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church’s main campus last Sunday.

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'Get Out" is a refreshing, creepy, stress-filled thriller unafraid to comment on race

'Get Out' opens in movie theaters today, Feb. 24.

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On Newsstands NOW: The Tri-State Defender

Featuring: 'The List' goes to court, Kam Williams' Oscar preview and Edmund Ford has a few thoughts about those 16,000 unfilled jobs in Memphis.

Featuring: 'The List' goes to court, Kam Williams' Oscar preview and Edmund Ford has a few thoughts about those 16,000 unfilled jobs in Memphis.

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‘The list’ is headed to court

ACLU sues City of Memphis over City Hall escort policy.

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Dyson: Obama failed to challenge white people

Topics: Trump, Obama, race and more.

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16,000 Memphis jobs:

How do we fill them?

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The erasure of Black History in our classrooms is a crime

The kindergarten through 12th grade education system, like most America systems, is an oppressive structure that serves as the catalyst to the erasure of black history, which ultimately is American history.

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Catch Lucy Shaw’s ‘The Journey’ tour

Lucy Shaw, author of “The Journey: How not to get kicked out of Earth University (EU),” will roll out her regional book tour with a book signing event in Memphis on Thursday (Feb. 23) at 5:30 p.m.

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ACCESS 901: Pop! Richard Farwell IV’s glass ceiling was largely made of grapes

Wine connoisseur enjoys teaching customers the art of selecting the right wine.

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Unity in Diversity Scholarship Banquet set for tonight at Guesthouse at Graceland

U of M Black Law Student Association raises more than $100K for scholarship.

U of M Black Law Student Association raises more than $100K for scholarship.

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Snoop, Jilly from Philly, Luda and Wiz Khalifa among headliners for Beale St. Music Fest.

Festival runs May 5-7.

Festival set for May 5-7.

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Here’s what Superintendent Hopson told state lawmakers in Nashville about Memphis schools

Superintendent Dorsey Hopson came to Nashville on Tuesday seeking to break the stigma and stereotypes of Memphis schools, as well as to build better relationships with state lawmakers.

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White Station Lady Spartans stomp Whitehaven Lady Tigers to win 16-AAA title

Damiah Griffin's 11 points leads balanced Spartans to 58-35 win.

Damiah Griffin leads Spartans to 58-35 win.

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More than 1 million people visit National Museum of African American History and Culture since opening

The National Museum of African American History and Culture has reached a huge milestone in the few months it has been opening, hitting its 1 million visitors mark last week.

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Dylann Roof went to another AME church after the Charleston shooting

After the June 17, 2015 attack that left nine black parishioners dead, Roof left Mother Emanuel and traveled to the Branch AME Church according to ABC News affiliate WCIV, which cited GPS data that was not presented during his trial.

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