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    Oprah Winfrey, Director Reginald Hudlin & Sidney Poitier's Daughters on Documentary 'Sidney'

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  • Why a growing number of Black parents are homeschooling

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  • Lindsay Peoples on her artistic inspirations and fight for inclusivity

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  • Bruce’s Beach family speaks out after LA returns seized property

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  • Willie Morrow, Black hair care pioneer, dies at 82

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  • Raiders hire first Black female team president in NFL History

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  • Justin Sylvester on coming out: I wish I had accepted myself earlier

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  • Honor Juneteenth with these products from Black-owned brands

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  • Opal Lee on how to honor Juneteenth in a meaningful way

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  • Celebrate Juneteenth with these documentaries, honors and shows

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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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  • 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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Rasheed Stanley-Lockheart pays forward mentorship and lessons learned while incarcerated

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Planting Justice reentry coordinator Rasheed Stanley-Lockheart shares his journey after being incarcerated at the age of 15 to becoming a mentor to men and women upon their release from prison. He details the people and moments in his life that helped him become the man he is today such as helping incarcerated men with dementia and becoming a fire fighter at San Quentin State Prison.