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  • Former KKK building being transformed into space of healing

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  • Juneteenth celebrations take place from coast to coast

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  • Celebrating the history of Juneteenth, lessons in modern America

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  • Juneteenth recipes to try: Chicken burgers, southern pea salad

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  • Ben Crump talks revealing new look in new documentary 'Civil'

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  • First all-Black team to summit Mount Everest shares their journey

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  • The first anti-slavery newspaper returns, unafraid of America’s past

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  • Johnnie A. Jones, first black Warrant officer in US Army, dies at 102

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  • How one Chicago dad is rewriting the narrative of Black fatherhood

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  • How one businessman gives back after growing up homeless

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  • Meet the mother and son duo who are both nominated for a Grammy this year

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  • NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson’s great-granddaughter shares inspiring legacy

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  • Aretha Franklin’s granddaughter on fondest memories of the 'Queen of Soul’

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  • Ketanji Brown Jackson on going from segregation to Supreme Court in 1 generation

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  • Remembering Merri Dee: Kidnapping survivor, Chicago TV anchor

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  • Congress honors the Black women veterans of the 6888 battalion

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Black business owners on why having representation in their industries matters

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What do a photographer, a vegan chef, and a ceramist have in common? Dominick Lewis, Francesca Chaney and Camille Beckles are all young black entrepreneurs who against odds, turned their hobbies into thriving businesses.