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How Black People Can Break The Cycle Of Inherited Poverty

By Ebony

I became heir to my parent’s financial mismanagement and generational debt. By the time I was conceived, my father and mother had not only transformed molehills of bills into mountains of unpaid accounts,

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Why The Black Community Loves Fidel Castro

By NBC Miami

Fidel Castro, the father of communist Cuba who led the country for nearly half a century

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Black Middle Class Is In For A Rude Awakening By President-elect Donald Trump

By The Root

Everything we’ve been taught about “success” in this country

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Small businesses struggle to provide health insurance to its workers

By The New York Times

Brian Adams, who sells fireplaces in Indianapolis, is like many of the nation’s small-business owners. As the cost of providing health benefits has climbed, he has struggled to afford coverage for his employees — a problem the new health care law was designed, in part, to address.