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As Federal Funding Expires For HBCUs, Lawmakers Scramble To Find A Solution

Federal funding for the historical institutions expired on September 30.
Blavity Team
 • a year ago

Why Congress Must Not Further Complicate The Fragile Relationship Between The Black Community And Healthcare

The glaring health disparities in the Black community require real solutions, not more barriers.
Yvonka M. Hall
 • 2 years ago

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, Fed Up With Bickering Congress Members, Drops Gavel And Walks Out During House Debate: 'I Abandon The Chair'

Needless to say, Rep. Cleaver was over it.
Chelsea Burwell
 • 2 years ago

Three NFL Players Are Interning With Congressional Representatives This Offseason

Michael Thomas, Austin Carr and Ryan Hunter have become congressional interns.
Patrick Forrest
 • 2 years ago

5 Important Things to Know About Net Neutrality Before The Dec. 10 Deadline

Activists are fighting for net neutrality. This is what the fight's all about.
Sean Collins
 • 2 years ago

GOP Representative Mia Love Blasts President During Concession Speech

"No real relationships, just convenient transactions," she said of Donald Trump.
Milan Harris
 • 2 years ago

Boston City Councilwoman Ayanna Pressley Moves Closer Toward Becoming Massachusetts’ First Black Female U.S. Representative

Pressley is positioned to make history as the first black woman to represent Massachusetts in Congress.
Malinda Janay
 • 3 years ago

Conservatives Kept Pressing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez About A Debate So She Compared Them To Catcallers

"Just like catcalling, I don’t owe a response to unsolicited requests from men with bad intentions."
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 3 years ago

From Alabama To DC: My Experience Fighting For Foster Youth

"Opposite of most, I use the death of my parents as a strength. A strength to get by, a strength to survive, a strength to live, but more importantly, a strength to succeed. Their deaths have been the fuel used to become who I am today."
Lakeidra Mims
 • 3 years ago

Why Congress Should Approve a Farm Bill that Doesn't Slash Food Stamp Benefits

We have a moral obligation to care for each other
Bishop Dwayne Royster
 • 3 years ago

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