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Applebee’s Employees Fired After Falsely Accusing Black Customers Of Stealing Food

The women were racially profiled at a location in Missouri.

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Student Prohibited From Wearing Malcolm X Sweater Meets Civil Rights Icon’s Daughter

"I was just trying to represent Malcolm X because I love my name."

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Eric Garner’s Widow, Esaw Snipes, Speaks Out About Daughter’s Death

The family continues coping with back-to-back tragedies.

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Florida Woman Claims Spirit Airlines Forced Her To Flush Her Hamster Down The Toilet

Belen Aldecosea claims she was given conflicting information that resulted in the death of her pet hamster, Pebbles.

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NY Student Prohibited From Wearing “Malcolm X” Sweater Due To Controversial History

The 17-year-old high school student was not allowed to customize his senior sweater, even though his name was Malcolm X as well.

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Woman Who Won $560 Million Jackpot Refuses To Make Her Name Public To Collect Earnings

The lottery winner's lawyer said his client wishes "to walk into a grocery store or attend public events without being known or targeted."

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Teenager Raises $17,000 To Help 1,000 Girls See “A Wrinkle In Time”

"Girls will know that the possibility of going into space...is not that it is limited but limitless!"

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Black Lives Matter Activist Muhiyidin d’Baha Murdered In New Orleans

"I can say that our family is beyond appreciative for the outpouring of love and support we've received today."

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Ivanka Trump Tried To Ruin Black History Month, And Twitter Was Not Happy

The First Daughter got a lot of people upset with this single tweet.

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HIV-Positive Man And Friend Arrested For Kidnapping, Raping 12-Year-Old Boy In Atlanta

The child was abducted outside of an apartment complex.

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Georgia Mom Found Guilty Of Killing 2-Year-Old Disabled Son, Opening Credit Cards In His Name

Prosecutors say Erica White fatally poisoned the toddler with codeine.

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‘Black Lives Matter Week of Action’ To Join Curriculum in Maryland County

Beginning Feb. 5 through Feb. 10 schools in Prince George's county will learn about black history, intersectionality and other issues.

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Meet The 132nd President Of The Harvard Law Review, Michael Thomas

Twenty-seven year old Michael Thomas becomes the third African-American man to hold the prestigious title.

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Florida’s Voter Restoration Process For Felons Ruled Unconstitutional

U.S District Judge Mark Walker says the state's current system works to keep convicted would-be voters disenfranchized.
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