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Stephen Curry Inks Richest Supermax Deal In NBA History
Stephen Curry has signed a $201 million, five-year extension with the Golden State Warriors.
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Michigan Racks Up $14 Million In Legal Fees Over Flint Water Crisis
The state of Michigan has racked up $14 million in legal fees over the Flint water crisis.
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Mississippi High School’s First Black Valedictorian Forced To Share Title With White Student
Jasmine Shepherd was forced to share her valedictorian honor with a White student who earned a lower GPA.
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Black High School Graduate Fatally Shot In Road Rage Incident
Bianca Nikol Roberson, 18, was shot and killed during a road rage incident in Pennsylvania on Wednesday.
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Justice Demanded For Black Indianapolis Man Killed By Police
The NAACP and other organizations are rallying behind the family of Aaron Bailey, who was killed by Indianapolis Metropolitan police officers. 
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How Net Neutrality Became The Latest Civil Rights Fight
The Color of Change says net neutrality is crucial in today’s fights for racial justice and equality.
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Activists Call Out NRA For Not Defending Philando Castile In Wake Of Verdict
Activist Tamika D. Mallory penned a letter to NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre criticizing the organization for not publicly defending Philando Castile.
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Obama Boulevard Gets Green Light In Los Angeles
The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday voted unanimously to change the name of a section of Rodeo Road to Obama Boulevard.
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5 Reasons Jay-Z’s ‘4:44’ Is Culturally Momentous, No Matter What
Jay-Z has defined all the odds of hip hop.
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Trump Nominates Black Doctor For Surgeon General
Dr. Jerome Adams, an anesthesiologist, is currently Indiana’s health commissioner. 
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Black ‘MENtors’ Inspire Young Black Men
The Black Man Can, a nonprofit organization, has built a volunteer army of Black male role models. 
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‘Endangering Public Health:’ Michigan Sues Flint In Ongoing Water Crisis
In the ongoing battle for clean water in Flint, Michigan, state officials on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the city on charges of “endangering public health.”
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