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Never leave a child unattended in a car

Summer and warmer temperatures have arrived and with the hot weather comes the reminder not to leave children unattended in a vehicle under any circumstances.

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HBCU Students "Discover The Unexpected" with the Black Press

The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) kicked off the second year of the “Discover The Unexpected” (DTU) Journalism Fellowship program with an “Immersion” event in Detroit, Mich. Chevrolet, the sponsor of the program, hosted the student scholars and a handful of NNPA publishers and editors for an interactive experience designed to prepare the fellows for a summer working with the Black Press.

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Ben Jealous’ parents renew vows on Supreme Court anniversary

For Fred and Ann Jealous, there is a strong belief that love has the ability to move mountains. And, in their case, love also has helped them overcome terrible odds and obstacles, none the least was the unpopular for its time, interracial marriage.

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Ravens offense gets boost by signing veteran wide receiver Jeremy Maclin

The loss of Steve Smith Sr. to retirement and Kamar Aiken via free agency left the Baltimore Ravens with a void at wide receiver. Throw in the departure of Kyle Juszczyk along with an injury to Dennis Pitta, and now four of Joe Flacco's top targets will not be there this season.

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Mulberry Madness Festival promotes goodness of mulberries

The Baltimore Orchard Project is hosting its third annual Mulberry Madness Festival this month by hosting mulberry harvests around the city to promote the goodness of mulberries, and the awareness of something organizers deem even more important: the need to re-imagine a 21st century food system that must gear up to feed 9 billion people world-wide.

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Life in Baltimore: A look at the Crisis in Black Education, Part I

The 2017 theme for the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) is The Crisis In Black Education." Guided by a vision to study and acknowledge the significance of the historical and cultural experiences of people of African descent, the founder, Dr. Carter G. Woodson crafted a plan of action that not only remains relevant in today's challenging environment but essential to our successful continuation and growth.

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Spanish Teacher at Baltimore Design School receives Fulbright Scholarship

Baltimore— When people meet her, the first thing they notice is her wide, warm smile. As you converse with her, they realize how intelligent she is and how strong her faith in God is. These aspects of Allison Hall-Pridgen are the beginning but certainly not the end of her life’s beautiful unfolding.

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UniverSOUL Circus brings diverse culture to the BIG TOP in Baltimore

If you are ready for a lot of laughter, some mystery, a little history and lots of fun for the whole family, then you won’t want to miss the UniverSOUL Circus Maryland tour.

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Celebrate Juneteenth in Reservoir Hill

This year, Baltimore will hold it’s first Juneteenth Celebration honoring the contributions and significance of the city’s right black history. Juneteenth is one of the largest black holidays in the country and the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.

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Rambling Rosa: Salute to the daddy’s in the community

Check out the Father’s Day events you can take that special guy in your life to this weekend.

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Overweight pregnancy increases risk of birth defects, study says

Risks of major birth defects increased in step with the severity of a mother's obesity or overweight, a study published Wednesday in the BMJ medical journal found.

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Making the case for investing in HBCUs

UNCF’s iconic, “A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste,” advertising campaign remains the gold-standard for shining light on the urgency of investing in Black colleges and universities.

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Dave Chappelle will take the stage with Chris Rock, Trevor Noah at Radio City Music Hall

Dave Chappelle is taking the stage with a little help from some of his fellow comedians and a few musicians who have appeared on his famous Comedy Central show.

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Mindful eating: 'Suddenly, you have power over food'

Kathryn Hutchinson, a 52-year-old retired teacher, was accompanying her father to a doctor's appointment last year when his doctor recommended that Hutchinson make an appointment of her own.

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Does more sweating mean a more intense workout?

For some people, summer is the time to head indoors to exercise. But others welcome the heat as a way to sweat more and get a better workout.

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Warriors dethrone Cavaliers

Kevin Durant joined the Golden State Warriors to win his first NBA championship.

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How Naomi Campbell got money from Trump

Naomi Campbell has her own art of the deal.

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Two of the Governor's Offices to Partner with Harvard's Government Performance Lab

Lab Will Provide Technical Assistance to Help Implement Justice Reinvestment Projects

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Annapolis Youth Services Bureau: Helping Youth & Families

The Annapolis Youth Services Bureau (AYSB) is dedicated to helping youth and families address individual and family behavioral and mental health issues, as well as substance use related problems.

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'Wonder Woman' soars in its second weekend as 'The Mummy' staggers

"Wonder Woman" is still wonderful at the box office, but Tom Cruise and "The Mummy" are staggering.

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