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    By Dianne Anderson Hundreds ventured out and packed the house for a rich collaboration of creative energy this month to understand what Juneteenth is all about, and how faith made it happen. At the center, the church proved a fitting backdrop as it was the only place where Blacks were historically allowed to gather, create, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Local Black medical experts came together last week desperate to get the COVID-19 vaccine into the arms of the community, now more than ever as the fast-moving Delta variant gains ground. The doctors talked about how the vaccine protects against COVID-19 deaths, even against the dangerous more contagious mutation. But so much ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Long before Black healthcare was trending, Phyllis Clark was literally on a roll taking mobile units packed with doctors and nurses to do on-site vital testing, diabetes and cancer screenings, helping the community rise above the inequalities. Hundreds flocked to her events, and families brought stacks of hard copy information and resources ...