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Jonathan Raymond, MSN Henry Grady’s name is hard to avoid in Atlanta – it’s on the city’s public hospital, Grady Memorial, and on one of its largest public high schools, Henry W. Grady High School. You can also find it downtown on a statue of the man, at Marietta and Forsyth Streets, an intersection designated […]

Phil McCausland NBC News Three proposed rule changes by the Trump administration could cause millions of poor people to lose access to food stamps and decrease the size of the benefit for millions more. Over the past year, the Department of Agriculture proposed three changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP or food stamps. […]

ROXANNE SCOTT • NOV 27, 2019 Federal officials outlined their plans to get more black people to fill out the Census next year.  This week in Atlanta, they discussed their strategy to target the traditionally undercounted group. The 2000 and 2010 Census miscounted black people — the latter an undercount of approximately 2%. And the group is […]

A woman accused of sneaking into the lion and giraffe exhibits at the Bronx Zoo in late September has been arrested, the New York Police Department announced.Myah Autry, 30, who’d previously been identified by the NYPD as the woman who went into the enclosures, was arrested Wednesday night and charged with two counts of criminal trespass, according […]

KNIGHTDALE, N.C. (WTVD) — An assistant high school football coach in Wake County is out of a job after a video showing him making racist remarks was posted to Instagram “15 seconds of fame in the wrong way. I’ve ruined the last 12 years of my career,” John Hoskins told ABC11 exclusively. He said it […]

famously known for being the cyclist who was fired in 2017 for flipping of President Donald Trump‘s motorcade is now forging in her own political path. On November 5, she defeated Republican incumbent, Suzanne Volpe, and earned herself a seat on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors for the Algonkian district. Briskman captured 52 percent of […]

AURORA, Ill. — A group of African-American customers who said they were asked to change tables at an Illinois Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant because of their skin color spoke about the incident at a press conference Tuesday. The incident happened at the Buffalo Wild Wings on 75th street in Naperville. According to the victims, back […]

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