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Senators also announce bill to provide $11.5 billion for states and localities responding to the needs of those experiencing homelessness

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Breaking Through the 1865 Barrier and finding Documents From Slavery is the topic of this virtual meeting to be held Saturday

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Dr. Nicole Myers Turner, Virginia Commonwealth University 

Free virtual event to be held Monday, May 11 at 3:30 p.m. PT

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Retired Baltimore Raven and MIT doctoral candidate John Urschel teams up with nonprofit to provide a lesson to remember

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A shopper looks beef at a Kroger store in Atlanta underneath a sign limiting shoppers to three packages of ground beef on Tuesday, May 5, 2020.  

As grocery stores achieve record profits and coronavirus continues to spread, UFCW locals representing over 100,000 of these #essentialheros across the west urge Kroger to maintain hero pay and address safety concerns

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The campaign empowers Black and Brown communities to take action against senseless killings of African Americans

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(AP Photo/John Locher, File) 

The call took place a day after the release of Biden's 'Lift Every Voice: The Biden Plan for Black America'.

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A few state parks will return to limited daytime service

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The bill approved unanimously Monday will protect residential tenants for an additional six months

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Students from across Oregon will take part in Junior Achievement’s (JA) Lunch with Leaders, a new virtual career speaker series featuring local business and community leaders.

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