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Black men viewed as larger, more dangerous than white men of same size

Black men viewed as larger, more dangerous than white men of same size

White people view young black men as taller, heavier, stronger and more dangerous than young white men of the same size, according to a new psychology study.

March 16, 2017 By CHRISTOPHER BRENNAN

Nonprofit BMe Deposits $1,000,000 in Black-Owned Bank, Calls on Others to #BankBlack

Nonprofit BMe Deposits $1,000,000 in Black-Owned Bank, Calls on Others to #BankBlack

BMe Community, a national network invested in black men giving back to their communities, has joined forces with OneUnited, the nation’s largest black-owned bank, to be its “preferred bank” and for BMe to be the bank’s “preferred nonprofit.”

March 11, 2017 By BREANNA EDWARDS

Carnival Full of Fitness® proposes Pop-Up for Peace

Carnival Full of Fitness® proposes Pop-Up for Peace

Carnival Full of Fitness® Pop-Up for Peace project is proposing to utilize a park for active play, proper nutritional habits infused with core value principals: respect, responsibility, honesty, caring and coping with differences

March 25, 2017 By Abu Akh

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