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Israel · Israel

4th of July: Top travel destinations

60% Center coverage: 5 sources
U.S. territory includes the United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and the United States Minor Outlying Islands. The United States is also home to the Holy See (Vatican City State), the United Nations, the European Union, and many other international organizations.See the Story
US & Canada

NBA Draft 2022: Jaden Ivey shows joy after being taken by Pistons at No. 5 overall

74% Center coverage: 8 sources
Jaden Ivey, the Purdue All-American and All-Big Ten player, was selected No. 5 by the Detroit Pistons. Keegan Murray of Iowa was selected fourth by the Sacramento Kings. The 6-4 guard averaged 17.3 points, 4.9 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game as a sophomore.See the Story
Abortion

Justice Clarence Thomas and the Conservative Supreme Court have fanned the flames of racism in America - New York Amsterdam News

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After the Supreme Court abolished abortion rights, the MAGA crowd has become more emboldened. Texas GOP Sen. John Cornyn compared the decision to reverse Roe v. Wade to segregation. Justice Clarence Thomas has gained the turncoat nickname, Uncle Thomas, from African Americans and others. The Black justice invoked the disgusting Dred Scott decision.See the Story
Roe v. Wade · Detroit

Wisconsin voters react to overturning of Roe v. Wade ahead of midterms

Abortion rights will now be determined by states unless Congress acts. Legislators in 13 states have already passedtrigger laws, which are bans designed to go into effect if Roe is overturned. The decision comes weeks after a draft of a majority opinion to strike down Roe v. Wade leaked publicly.See the Story
Atlanta, Georgia · Atlanta

Why Black students thrive in summer camp

Polls show Black parents overwhelmingly look for summer opportunities that keep their children excited about learning, teach them new skills, and prevent them from losing academic ground. The push comes from research about summer learning loss, especially the impact on low-income kids, and how being engaged with learning over the summer can help kids get ahead.See the Story
Detroit, Michigan · Detroit

96-Year-Old Woman Becomes Oldest Black American To Graduate From College

Violet Edwards, 96, graduated from Mercy College in New York on Saturday (June 25) She is the oldest African American to earn a college degree and the fifth oldest university grad in the world. Edwards was the first in her village to attend school on a full-ride scholarship.See the Story
Breast Cancer · Atlanta

Black Hair Products May Be Increasing Risk Of Breast Cancer: Here's How | Atlanta Daily World

By Jovonne Ledet   A chemical found in many hair care products for Black women might be increasing their susceptibility to breast cancer, a new study reveals. According to Breast Cancer Prevention Partners, chemicals used to stop mold and bacteria from producing in beauty products known as parabens can trigger the growth of breast cancer cells. Higher … ContinuedSee the Story
Detroit, Michigan · Detroit

Kwame Kilpatrick Book Signing Brings Literary Art to Light Up Livernois

Kwame Kilpatrick will sign copies of his new book, Off The Grid: The Journey Back to Destiny during Light Up Livernois, Detroit's fashion, art, and design street festival this weekend. Kilpatrick wrote the book to share his story, and how important -and possible- it is to get back up when you fall. The book will be published independently on December 21, 2021.See the Story
Detroit, Michigan · Detroit

Detroit PAL Hosts Corporate Baseball Challenge for Youth Sports | The Michigan Chronicle

Detroit PAL Corporate Baseball Challenge took place at Detroit PAL's Corner Ballpark. Teams participated in hitting, pitching and running challenges. Teams participating this year, include: Ernst & Young (2021 Champ) Delta Dental of Michigan. Marathon Petroleum. BridgeWater Interiors. GM Financial.See the Story
Detroit, Michigan · Detroit

“Explore the Riverfront”

Tracey Webb, founder of We're Fixin' to Fish, taught attendees fishing basics and safety. The event was held at Lake Muscoday on Belle Isle and Bishop Park in Wyandotte. Each child received a free fishing rod and tackle box courtesy of Jay's Sporting Goods in Clare.See the Story
Detroit, Michigan · Detroit

'The Jennifer Hudson Show' Premiere Date Revealed

The Jennifer Hudson Show will make its debut September 12 on FOX. The daytime talk show will be run by much of the former production team of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The show will also hail from the same studio where Ellen was taped on the Warner Bros. lot.See the Story
Oakland County · Oakland County

Supreme Court Appoints Judge Valentine to Oakland County Business Court

Judge Victoria A. Valentine was first elected to the bench in 2016. She succeeds Judge Martha Anderson and joins Judge Michael Warren on the Business Court bench. Judge Valentine first had a family court docket and now presides over a civil/criminal docket. Prior to joining the bench, she practiced law for more than 17 years.See the Story

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