African Americans in SC are dying of COVID-19 at a higher rate than any other racial group

Apr 10, 2020No Comments

GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – As coronavirus deaths continue to rise in the US, there’s one trend being seen in many states is that African Americans make up a higher percentage of those who die from

Rich New Yorkers frolic in the Hamptons while coronavirus devastates America's poor

Apr 07, 2020No Comments

Hundreds of rich New Yorkers were pictured enjoying the sea and the sun in the Hamptons as the coronavirus outbreak forced poorer city residents to queue for food and pack onto Subway services.  The sun-seekers

Do You Have News to Share? Get It Published.

Apr 04, 2020No Comments

Innovative Tech Company First 30 Gives Away 10,000 Accounts In response to the economic impact of COVID-19, First 30 Inc. is offering access for 10,000 affected by the current pandemic free of charge or by

Coronavirus highlights black Americans must be protected from surprise medical billing

Apr 01, 2020No Comments

Just a few months ago, the pundit class declared Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden leads Trump by 6 points in national poll The Memo: Political world grapples with long coronavirus shutdown The Hill’s Campaign Report: North Carolina

Pitt Health Page — Myths and Research about Down Syndrome

Mar 29, 2020No Comments

For New Pittsburgh Courier According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in every 700 babies born has Down syndrome, a chromosomal disorder. Chromosomes are structures in cells that carry long

Textio’s AI optimizes for inclusivity to help companies attract more job applicants

Mar 26, 2020No Comments

Seattle-based Textio is introducing new AI-powered tools this week that detect and help employers remove language from job applications that can make older people, women, or people of color feel excluded. With exclusionary language removed,

Ed Board Votes Down Challenge To Career High Covid-19 Shelter

Mar 24, 2020No Comments

The majority of the members of the New Haven Board of Education voted Monday to support Mayor Justin Elicker’s decision to use Career High School to house homeless people who come down with mild versions

Cancel culture: What to do when staying in is the new going out

Mar 21, 2020No Comments

OPERA Sure, it won’t have the charm of Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour’s fruit bats flying overhead, but you can still get your fix with New York’s famed Metropolitan Opera offering free daily streams of

Michael Graham: Biden’s promise: A woman VP

Mar 18, 2020No Comments

When former vice president Joe Biden pledged to pick a woman running mate during Sunday night’s debate, one name that immediately came to mind in New Hampshire was Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. And for good reason.

Georgia 2nd state to postpone pres. primaries over coronavirus

Mar 15, 2020No Comments

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia’s March 24 presidential primaries have been postponed until May because of fears over the new coronavirus, state election officials announced Saturday, a day after Louisiana also pushed back its primaries. In-person

Ruben Navarrette: Even when two white men square off, racial politics can color the outcome

Mar 09, 2020No Comments

Joe Biden has a tight grip on the black vote. Bernie Sanders has scooped up the Latino vote. Both men are likely to split the ballots of working-class whites. Despite the fact that some whites

PTO hosts Black History Month competition

Mar 06, 2020No Comments

Jaylin Holmes, a seventh-grade student at Pemetic Elementary School, works on his submission for the school PTO’s Black History Month contest. He is creating a traffic light, invented by Garrett Morgan. PHOTO COURTESY OF ELIZABETH