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Morehouse College will now admit transgender men.

Morehouse College Will Now Admit Transgender Men

Some students are not happy with the new policy.
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Lenny Kravitz Eye for Design Led to Lucrative Side Job

Beside having an ear for music, Lenny Kravitz has an eye for design. So much so, the rock star has started an interior design mini-empire.
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D.C. celebrates Emanicpation Day.

Here's What's Happening for DC Emancipation Day

There will be a concert, parade and more!
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Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry Crafting Series About Mental Health

The series is scheduled to launch in 2020.
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Shake Shack's Game of Thrones burger and shake

There Is a Secret Game of Thrones Menu at House Shake Shack

UPDATE: Good news Game of Thrones fans and burger lovers. Shake Shack announced today that the Dracarys burger and Dragonglass shake will be spreading like an army of white walkers across Westeros. Starting Friday April 12 they'll be rolling out all over the country. Unless you’ve been living in a...
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Corey Booker introduced new bill to the senate looking into reparations.

Cory Booker Introduces Bill for Slavery Reparations

A similar bill was introduced to the House last year by Democratic Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee.
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Georgetown University

Georgetown University Approve Slavery Reparations Fee for Students

The Board of Trustees will be responsible for approving the fee.
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Rihanna

Rihanna, Donald Glover Film Debuts on Amazon This Weekend

The film will be available on Amazon starting 12:01 a.m. Saturday.
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PHOTOS: The Go-Go Tunes Are Back in D.C.'s Shaw Neighborhood

On Wednesday, go-go music returned to D.C.'s Shaw neighborhood. Residents danced in celebration. Before T-Mobile announced the music would be allowed to return, several performers expressed their support for the Metro PCS store. Photo Courtesy of Gaby Arevalo Photo Courtesy of Gaby Arevalo Photo...
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Residents Rejoice: Go-Go Music Returns to Shaw's Metro PCS

The music returned about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.
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