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    By Dianne Anderson It’s never too late for dads to learn how to be better dads, even if they never had one in the house when they were growing up. In the 1960s, and long before that when Black men couldn’t find work due to discrimination, welfare rules banned fathers from living at home, or ...
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    By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Sr Natl Correspondent A new study shows that after some progress, the number of deaths and years of possible life lost among America’s Black population stopped going down and then started going up again. The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) said their results show that new ways of doing ...
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    By Dianne Anderson At first glance, local Black infant death statistics seem wrong, but it’s not a typo. It’s hard to imagine the reaction of policy makers if white babies were dying at the same alarming rate of Black babies in America. Typically, Black infants die double, often triple, the rate of white babies before ...