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UVA Tests Online Program to Help People With HIV Live Longer, Healthier Lives

Internet Intervention Built on Education, Personal Experiences

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Deputies cuff rapper Wyclef Jean after mistaking him for a robbery suspect

Rapper Wyclef Jean is calling for an investigation into what he calls racial profiling after sheriff's deputies in Los Angeles handcuffed him, mistaking him for a robbery suspect.

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Trump’s budget cuts will hurt the same people who voted for him

If you happened to have voted for the man who now occupies the White House, you may be feeling bamboozled, right about now.

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Workshop offers methods to change one’s personal narrative through writing

Discover how to use writing as a personal tool to express, clarify and ultimately change your emotional landscape.

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Bone marrow donors from the black community can save lives

Local attorney’s crusade continues in her battle against leukemia.

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Pi Omega Chapter hosts 61st Annual Talent Hunt

This year’s Talent Hunt contestants with members of Pi Omega Chapter and the Pi Omega Foundation at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture on March 5, 2017.

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Symposium encourages blacks to get involved in $17 billion tourism industry

Baltimore’s tourism counts as a $5 billion industry

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Non-profit plans full court press for round four of Brackets for Good

Maryland New Directions prepares for the Semi-Finals with only eight of the original 56 nonprofits in Baltimore remaining in the tournament

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BGE Residential Customers’ Winter Electric Bills 25 Percent Lower

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) residential electric customer bills were down 25 percent on average this winter compared to winter bills from two years ago.

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Every Thursday after school, students from the private school Mount Saint Joseph High assist Sarah M. Roach Elementary School

Every Thursday after school, students from the private school Mount Saint Joseph High assist Sarah M. Roach Elementary School

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Five Guys Named Moe to be Performed at Hopkins

Production is part of Unified Voices’ 23rd Anniversary celebration

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The Sarah M. Roach Tutoring Program:Private school students assist public school students through unique initiative

Sarah M. Roach Elementary is a Baltimore City Public School located at 3434 Old Frederick Road, while Mount Saint Joseph is a Catholic college preparatory school for young men from 9th to 12th grade.

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Ramblin' Rose:More daylight. More live music!

Art Sherrod, Jr. CD Release Concert will perform at Rams Head in Annapolis, Maryland on March 26 for one night,

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LBJ Kicks Off opening night at Annapolis Film Festival 2017

LBJ is the story of U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson from his young days in West Texas to the White House. Opening night starts with a screening of LBJ followed by a Q&A with director Rob Reiner, screenwriter Joey Hartstone, actor Jeffrey Donovan, and producers Matthew George, Tim White, and Trevor White.

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Helping our Veterans Back to Work

More than 800 suits were provided to veterans in the Fort Meade area.

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BCCC Students and Faculty Lead Way at B’More Healthy Expo

BCCC faculty and students were well represented at the 8th annual B’More Healthy Expo on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at the Baltimore Convention Center.

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HBCU Round-Up: SWAC Baseball

HBCU Round-Up: SWAC- Round-Up

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Sisters Academy of Baltimore Announces Jazz-Inspired Night Out

Celebrate Baltimore’s rich jazz history and support Baltimore’s future leaders

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Johns Hopkins has first black female neurosurgeon resident

In the 30 years that Johns Hopkins School of Medicine's neurosurgical department has accepted residents, there has never been a black woman in the ranks.

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Baltimore County Public Library to Screen Oscar-Nominated 13TH at Multiple Locations in Late March

Baltimore County Public Library (BCPL) is inviting the public to take part in a community viewing of Ava DuVernay's Oscar-nominated documentary 13TH on March 27. The movie, which explores the ties between slavery, the current mass incarceration of African Americans and the profits of the prison-industrial complex, will be followed by a guided discussion.

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