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martes, 7 de mayo de 2019

Brazil's long, strange love affair with the Confederacy ignites racial tension


Just outside cemetery grounds stood black activists protesting the April 28 party ... How did an American debate about racism make its way to Brazil?

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Expelled in 1956, Black Woman Gets Doctorate At U of Alabama


 Autherine Lucy Foster, the first African-American student to attend the University of Alabama, received an honorary doctorate ...

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Taking Care Of The "Plumbing In Your Brain"


"If we look at diabetes, Latino or Hispanic people are affected more by diabetes. "It's important to know these things, but it's also important to know that ...

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Panama votes for president; candidates vow to fight graft and inequality


Panama votes for president; candidates vow to fight graft and inequality ... grow 6 percent this year, surpassing every other country in Latin America.

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In a first for US pageants, black women hold all three major titles


In a first for US pageants, black women hold all three major titles ... Despite a long history of segregation and racism, America's top pageants have ...

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Russian Efforts to Exploit Racial Divisions in 2016 Found Firm Ground in US, Report Says


The report, "State of Black America," was released by the National Urban League, a civil rights organization in New York. It underlined the Russian ...

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Don't turn Prince Harry and Meghan's baby into the next 'Great Mixed-Race Hope'


The royal baby becomes the "first Afro-American baby born into the royal family," a "gorgeous" symbol of racial progress in the US and Britain.

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Medical College Of Wisconsin Looking At Cancer Disparities Among African Americans


The Medical College of Wisconsin is looking for ways to fight the decades-long issue of the racial disparity in cancer deaths between black and white ...

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