Category Archives: News

Clubhouse Announces “Creator Grant Program” and More Amidst Rapid Growth

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Clubhouse announced some very big plans for further growing the popular voice chat app on Sunday evening. The Clubhouse team wrote a thorough blog post acknowledging the rapid growth that the app has received over the past several months. As a result, they plan on improving in key areas which will have a ripple effect […]

First-time Home Buyers Brace For A Slow Sales Market This Year

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For sale signs currently seem to be a thing of the past, as first time home buyers search for available properties in a scarce market. Even with a sudden increase in housing construction, the best seen since 2006, the amount of homes for sale is predicted to remain low with owners choosing to stay put. […]

Having a Moral Compass Matters

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And roughly 350 employees at Twitter banded together to prove that. After compiling an internal letter addressed to Twitter’s C-suite executives, employees also demanded an investigation regarding the role Twitter played in the past several years that led to last Wednesday’s catastrophe in Washington, D.C. The letter addressed the actions (or lack thereof) that were […]

Trump has Been Impeached Again

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The year of many firsts. Though its the end of his Presidential term, Trump is the first president in US history to be impeached twice. This coming after the House passed an article charging him with “incitement of insurrection” for the role he played in last week’s Coup on Capitol Hill. Senate Majority Leader Mitch […]

Vogue joins the long line of White companies that think they know Black people Better than Black people

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Vogue released its February cover featuring Vice President-elect Kamala Harris yesterday, and it’s provoking yet another conversation surrounding race, gender, and a black woman’s voice. Photographed by Tyler Mitchell, the cover photo shows Harris against a draping, pink and green backdrop. A nod to her sorority Alpha Ka Alpha, paired with a Donald Deal jacket and Converse […]

Foreign Allies Need Reassurance Amidst Policy Concerns

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Since the reveal of Trump’s defeat against the new-president elect Joe Biden, foreign allies are questioning Washington’s reliability to sustain order as polarized politics continue to raise concern. In spite of legislatures in Europe and Asia specifically being consoled by President-elect Joe Biden’s experience on the world stage and his pledge to support U.S. coalitions, […]

What the Black Community will Hold Biden Accountable for

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The 2020 United States Presidential Election has been one of the most dramatic political sagas in modern history. The coronavirus pandemic, the anxious tallying of millions of mail in ballots, claims of voter fraud and suppression, the administration of the most polarizing American president in history on the line, the oldest candidates ever on the […]

Charlotte Unveils the Second Novant Health Clinic Opened by Michael Jordan

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In October, North Carolina became home to the second Novant Health Michael Jordan Family Medical Clinic in the North End Charlotte community. Michael Jordan, NBA owner of the Charlotte Hornets and six-time NBA Finals Champion, announced that the clinic would open to another community in hopes to serve low-income and uninsured patients, but also aid […]

New Research on Black Holes is Awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize

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The 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez for their new findings about the space phenomena known as black holes.  “The discoveries of this year’s Laureates have broken new ground in the study of compact and supermassive objects,” David Haviland, chair of the Nobel Committee for Physics, […]

After Warning Against Misinformation Campaigns, FBI Traces Voter Intimidation Overseas

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Last night the FBI held an impromptu press conference with just about over a week remaining before the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election. Their decision to address the public on a national platform comes amidst activity of voter intimidation via email in several states. Many registered voters in Florida received an email, allegedly from the Proud […]