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  • Navigating global travel amid increased safety concerns for LGBTQ+ community
    The U.S. Department of State has recently updated its travel advisory, urging U.S. citizens to exercise increased caution while traveling overseas. This alert, effective from May 17, 2024, comes in response to a heightened potential for terrorist attacks, demonstrations, and violent actions against U.S. citizens and interests globally, with particular concerns for the safety of […] The post Navigating global... Read more
    Source: Rolling Out Published on: 2024-05-23
  • What’s Happening, Charlotte: your weekend planner (May 24 -26)
    Catch Charlotte FC vs. Philadelphia Union at Bank of America Stadium. Need some help planning your weekend? We got you covered! Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  The post What’s Happening, Charlotte: your weekend planner (May 24 -26) appeared first on QCity Metro.... Read more
    Source: Q City Metro Published on: 2024-05-23
  • What to expect when your body responds to Ozempic
    Ozempic, a popular medication used to manage Type 2 diabetes, has gained significant attention not only for its effectiveness in controlling blood sugar levels but also for its potential benefits in weight management. As with any medication, understanding how your body might respond to Ozempic is crucial for managing expectations and ensuring optimal health outcomes. […] The post What to... Read more
    Source: Rolling Out Published on: 2024-05-23
  • Amber Rose is right: Joe Biden doesn’t care about Black people
    OPINION: The "Muva" of hip-hop's Donald Trump endorsement exposes a fundamental misunderstanding of Black culture, political strategy and how whiteness works.... Read more
    Source: The Grio Published on: 2024-05-23
  • Important things to know if you decide to detransition
    Detransitioning is a complex and deeply personal journey that involves ceasing or reversing a gender transition. For the few transgender people who decide upon this path — this being an uncommon practice as most studies and surveys state trans people are happier when they transition — this decision comes after a significant period of self-reflection […] The post Important things... Read more
    Source: Rolling Out Published on: 2024-05-23
  • Cassie Breaks Silence on Diddy Abuse Video
    Disgraced Hip-Hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs continued enjoying the benefits of his superstar status for years even though his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura, and others before her, said he was a monster.Read more...... Read more
    Source: The Root Published on: 2024-05-23


  • Banner [Virtual] Art Gallery
    This is the 22nd interview in a weekly series presenting highlights of conversations between leading Black visual artists in New England. In this week’s installment, artist Lucilda Dassardo-Cooper talks to artist Bryan McFarlane. The post Banner [Virtual] Art Gallery appeared first on The Bay State Banner.... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 2024-05-22
  • Indigenous artist Jeffrey Gibson represents U.S. at Venice Biennale
    The home of Marco Polo, Venice was once the trading capital of the world. Since 1895, this seaside Italian city has become a world capital of contemporary art as host of the Venice Biennale, the longest-running festival of contemporary art The post Indigenous artist Jeffrey Gibson represents U.S. at Venice Biennale appeared first on The Bay State Banner.... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 2024-05-22
  • Groundbreaking in Boston for Haitian cultural center
    A groundbreaking ceremony for the Toussaint L’Ouverture Cultural Center of Massachusetts took place on Monday near TD Garden. The center will act as a gathering place and resource for local Haitians. And organizers hope it will also help the legacy of one of history’s great leaders live on. The post Groundbreaking in Boston for Haitian cultural center appeared first on... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 2024-05-22
  • Fidelity exec Pamela Everhart shapes corporate profile while underwriting social justice
    While well known in business and political circles for her work with Fidelity, Pamela Everhart is also known for joining with 19 other Black and brown Massachusetts executives to launch the New Commonwealth Racial Equity and Social Justice Fund. The post Fidelity exec Pamela Everhart shapes corporate profile while underwriting social justice appeared first on The Bay State Banner.... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 2024-05-22
  • Mental health takes center stage in ‘Next to Normal’
    In “Next to Normal” at Central Square Theater, a picture-perfect Black family gets ready for their day. Mom makes lunch, dad prepares for his workday as an architect, and two clever teens assemble their school supplies. But the picture, and the audience’s understanding of it, begins to crack as Mom’s bipolar disorder seeps into their daily routines and emotions. The... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 2024-05-22
  • Hall goes from advocate to executive at local Urban League
    For the past year, Rahsaan D. Hall has been transitioning from advocating for people whose civil rights have been violated to overseeing social services designed to uplift the region’s Black residents as president and CEO of the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts. The post Hall goes from advocate to executive at local Urban League appeared first on The Bay State... Read more
    Source: Bay State Banner Published on: 2024-05-22





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  • For the women who accused the Trump campaign of harassment, it’s been more harassment
    This story was originally published by ProPublica. Nearly eight years ago, convinced that she’d been treated unfairly, Jessica Denson sued Donald Trump’s campaign for workplace harassment. Then she discovered the lengths Trump’s attorneys would go to hit back — and their unwillingness to stop. Immediately, the campaign filed a counterclaim for $1.5 million. It won […] The post For the... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2024-05-23
  • Romance author Courtney Milan is writing historical Asian stories that could have been
    This AAPI Heritage Month, we’re telling the untold stories of women, women of color and LGBTQ+ people. Subscribe to our daily newsletter. Courtney Milan’s romance novels star a broad range of characters, from suffragists to gay Georgians to trans actuaries and, most recently, members of a fictional 19th century British Asian diaspora town. Her books — […] The post Romance author... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2024-05-23
  • Nikki Haley says she’ll vote for Trump — but doesn’t quite endorse him
    Nikki Haley, who questioned former President Donald Trump’s fitness to serve as president when she ran against him in the Republican presidential primary, said Wednesday that she plans to vote for Trump in November.  Making her first public remarks since dropping out of the Republican presidential primary race in March, Haley said she’ll prioritize foreign […] The post Nikki Haley... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2024-05-22
  • Why a president’s definition of masculinity matters
    This column first appeared in The Amendment, a biweekly newsletter by Errin Haines, The 19th’s editor-at-large. Subscribe today to get early access to future analysis. Speaking at Morehouse College in Atlanta on Sunday, President Joe Biden laid out a vision of manhood focused on faith, family, freedom and the future, using his commencement address to talk to […] The post Why a... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2024-05-22
  • Louisiana House votes to define abortion drugs as dangerous controlled substances
    The Louisiana House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly Thursday to reclassify two drugs commonly used to treat miscarriages and induce labor in pregnant people as “controlled substances” because the pills are also used to carry out first-trimester abortions.  Louisiana lawmakers are likely only one vote away from defining mifepristone and misoprostol as dangerous over the objections […] The post Louisiana House... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2024-05-22
  • Exclusive: 6,000 doctors urge the Supreme Court to keep abortions in medical emergencies legal
    Nearly 6,000 doctors, hailing from all 50 states, have drafted a letter asking the Supreme Court to uphold a federal law that requires hospital emergency departments to provide abortions when they are needed to stabilize patients. The letter, organized by the left-leaning Committee to Protect Health Care and shared first with The 19th, concerns the […] The post Exclusive: 6,000... Read more
    Source: The 19th News Published on: 2024-05-22


  • Meet the Black Woman Making History as a Nurse Despite Being Wheelchair Bound
    Nationwide — Meet Andrea Dalzell, an African American woman from New York City who became a Registered Nurse despite being wheelchair-bound since childhood. Andrea, also known as The Seated Nurse, […] The post Meet the Black Woman Making History as a Nurse Despite Being Wheelchair Bound first appeared on BlackNews.com.... Read more
    Source: BlackNews.Com Published on: 2024-05-23