By Maya Pottiger, Word in Black Schools don’t exist in a vacuum. They mirror the broader society and structures of power and privilege, of racism and inequality, are replicated within their walls. And so, the journey of a Black teacher is inherently different. It is marked by a unique set of challenges that white teachers
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Ashley Williams, founder and CEO of Clymb, knows students and their struggles. In her prior role as director of climate and culture at Southwest Baltimore Charter School, Williams developed emotional intelligence and mindfulness curriculum. While she valued the work, Williams found it an impossible task for one person to manage the emotional well-being of 400
By Hub staff report /, Published May 3 Students from three Baltimore high schools recently spent a day developing and presenting ideas for how communities in cities such as Baltimore can become more resilient against the effects of climate change and how city residents can better cope with heat stress and other climate-related health threats.
Black women are two to three times more likely to have uterine fibroids—here’s how to manage and treat them
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By AFRO Staff Angela Leal on accomplishing her goals… Howard Grad Angela Leal, from Rhode Island, speaks with the AFRO on her graduation day. (Courtesy Photo) “I’m so happy to have made it to this finish line. You know, it’s definitely been a journey, but I’m super excited to be finished. I’m originally from Rhode
Joe Biden and Kevin McCarthy hold ‘productive’ debt ceiling talks but deal still elusive – Financial Times
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