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Bill Wright, Who Broke a Color Barrier in Golf, Dies at 84

Bill Wright, Who Broke a Color Barrier in Golf, Dies at 84

Bill Wright, Who Broke a Color Barrier in Golf, Dies at 84 Bill Wright, Who Broke a Color Barrier in Golf, Dies at 84 Winning the public links title earned Wright an exemption to play in the U.S. Amateur Championship later that year at the Broadmoor resort in Colorado Springs. When the white golfers who were to join him for …

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Can an abuser atone for their sins? The Color Purple suggests so

Can an abuser atone for their sins? The Color Purple suggests so

Can an abuser atone for their sins? The Color Purple suggests so Can an abuser atone for their sins? The Color Purple suggests so R evenge is at the heart of the film Promising Young Woman – not only does it open with its main character Cassie (Carey Mulligan) targeting men who take advantage of inebriated women but we soon …

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Communities of Color Confront Many Barriers to Vaccinations

Communities of Color Confront Many Barriers to Vaccinations

Communities of Color Confront Many Barriers to Vaccinations Communities of Color Confront Many Barriers to Vaccinations In the Brownsville area of Brooklyn, Renee Muir, the director of development and community relations at the BMS Family Health Center, said she is developing a survey to gather evidence of the challenges affecting the community. Many residents have been deeply affected by the …

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Seeing Color: A Matter of Nature, or Culture?

Seeing Color: A Matter of Nature, or Culture?

Seeing Color: A Matter of Nature, or Culture? Seeing Color: A Matter of Nature, or Culture? The days have turned gray, the future feels black. We’re all seeing red, we’re all feeling blue. Perhaps it’s the isolated colors that are bringing us down; perhaps what we need is a whole spectrum. All the shades of the planet are brought together …

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Black and White and Living Color

Black and White and Living Color

Black and White and Living Color Black and White and Living Color THE TALKConversations About Race, Love & TruthEdited by Wade Hudson and Cheryl Willis Hudson THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON STEREOTYPESHow Science Is Tackling Unconscious BiasBy Tanya Lloyd KyiIllustrated by Drew Shannon The essays, stories, poems and letters commissioned by Wade Hudson and Cheryl Willis Hudson for “The Talk” …

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Why the Coronavirus More Often Strikes Children of Color

Why the Coronavirus More Often Strikes Children of Color

Why the Coronavirus More Often Strikes Children of Color Why the Coronavirus More Often Strikes Children of Color Just under 3 percent were Asian, and about 10 percent were listed as “other” or multiracial. Fewer than 1 percent of the children were American Indian/Alaskan Native or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander. [Like the Science Times page on Facebook. | Sign up for …

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Dermatology Has a Problem With Skin Color

Dermatology Has a Problem With Skin Color

Dermatology Has a Problem With Skin Color Dermatology Has a Problem With Skin Color Nearly half of dermatologists and dermatology residents say they were not adequately trained to treat skin conditions in people of color. For Black patients, that often translates into a prolonged, disheartening search for the right diagnosis. When Tierra Styles, 31, of Auburn, Ga., asked her pediatrician …

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How a Fruit in Your Garden Gets Its Shiny Blue Color

How a Fruit in Your Garden Gets Its Shiny Blue Color

How a Fruit in Your Garden Gets Its Shiny Blue Color How a Fruit in Your Garden Gets Its Shiny Blue Color Big, leafy viburnum bushes have lined yards in the United States and Europe for decades — their domes of blossoms have an understated attractiveness. But once the flowers of the Viburnum tinus plant fade, the shrub makes something …

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For Doctors of Color, Microaggressions Are All Too Familiar

For Doctors of Color, Microaggressions Are All Too Familiar

For Doctors of Color, Microaggressions Are All Too Familiar For Doctors of Color, Microaggressions Are All Too Familiar But Black women doctors said they have seen how Black patients rely on their presence to get the best care. Monique Smith, a physician in Oakland, Calif., was working in the emergency room one night when a young Black man came in …

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Theater Artists of Color Enumerate Demands for Change

Theater Artists of Color Enumerate Demands for Change

Theater Artists of Color Enumerate Demands for Change Theater Artists of Color Enumerate Demands for Change Rename half of all Broadway theaters. Impose term limits for theater industry leaders. Require that at least half the members of casts and creative teams be made up of people of color. A coalition of theater artists, known by the title of its first …

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