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Exploring Olduvai Gorge, a rich archaeological site in East Africa where evidence of the first humans was found

Exploring Olduvai Gorge, a rich archaeological site in East Africa where evidence of the first humans was found

The Olduvai Gorge sits in the Great Rift Valley between the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti National Park. It is close to another fossil-rich enclave, Laetoli. The gorge came about as a result of intense erosion and geological changes that occurred some two million years ago. Olduvai is a corruption of the native Maasai word…

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Angelo Herndon, the teen whose sentencing on a chain gang in 1933 exposed Georgia courts’ gross injustice

Angelo Herndon, the teen whose sentencing on a chain gang in 1933 exposed Georgia courts’ gross injustice

Until his arrest in July 1932, Angelo Herndon was a teenager passionately concerned about the racial inequalities and class conflict on the streets of Georgia. His communist leanings compelled him to fight for economic rights for workers but what caught the attention of federal authorities was his attempt to organize peaceful protests to demand relief…

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The world’s largest naval base gets its first Black woman commanding officer, Captain Janet Days

The world’s largest naval base gets its first Black woman commanding officer, Captain Janet Days

Captain Janet Days made history on Friday when she took command as Naval Station Norfolk’s 51st commanding officer. The 54-year-old Chicago native became the first African-American woman commanding officer in the 106-year history of the world’s largest naval base. Days was the base’s executive officer. She relieved Captain David Dees, who will assume duties as…

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Black-owned title insurance firm run by father and son closes more than $2 billion in transactions

Black-owned title insurance firm run by father and son closes more than $2 billion in transactions

Meet father and son, Osei Rubie and Nadir Rubie. They are the brains behind the family enterprise, National Standard Abstract (NSA), a full-service title insurance agency with expertise in residential and commercial real estate transactions. Osei, a thirteen-year title insurance industry veteran, started NSA and positioned it to become the premier provider of title insurance. His…

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