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U.S.T.A. Initiates David N. Dinkins Coaching Grant Program to Aid Tennis Players At HBCUs

The United States Tennis Association (U.S.T.A.) has initiated an official grant program aimed at enhancing opportunities for Black tennis players, especially women. To help address the lack of funding...

Seattle Icon Ezell’s Starts New Grant Program for Black-owned Businesses

The Ezell’s franchise goes back 37 years, with a new grant program part of other community-oriented efforts. | Ezell’s/Instagram Plus, Tom Douglas plans an Eastside location for Serious Pie, and Fuel ...

‘My Time to Live’: Through Novel Program, Kidney Patients Get Palliative Care, Dialysis ’Til the End

After a decade of living with chronic kidney disease, Vonita McGee knows her body is wearing out. At 63, McGee undergoes dialysis sessions three times each week at a Northwest Kidney Centers site near...

Is Your Company’s Employee Assistance Program Meeting The Needs Of Your Diverse Staff?

An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can be a powerful resource for employees struggling with work and life stress. But what happens when the providers on the other line have emotional intelligence bu...

Kennesaw State’s ‘Call Me Mister’ Program Aims to Create Pathway for Black Male Teachers

The inaugural ‘Call Me Mister’ program at Kennesaw State University kicked off to increase the number of Black male teachers in American classrooms. Cameron Barron is a senior within the s...

Rapper IDK To Teach Music Business Program At Harvard

The 10-day event is free and directed to students of color.

Federal Judge Pauses $4 Billion Federal Relief Program For Black Farmers As White Farmers Cry Discrimination

A federal judge in Wisconsin ordered a temporary stop to the $4 billion federal loan relief program addressing decades of inequities farmers of color have experienced after a group of white farmers fi...

Change to Gilead Assistance Program Threatens PrEP Access, HIV Advocates Say

Dr. John Carlo is concerned that patients at Prism Health North Texas who rely on the health care safety net will soon be struggling even more to stay on PrEP, a medication that prevents HIV transmiss...