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Malika Haqq is extremely happy to be a first-time mother. The “Dash Dolls” actress posted an adorable photo with her 2-week old son Ace Flores. She took to Instagram on Saturday and uploaded an image of herself holding baby Ace in her hands. The infant was swaddled in a white blanket as the new mother […]

This aerial view in May 2010 shows the southeastern shoreline of the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard (HPNS) – a federal Superfund site – and the adjoining Bayview Hunters Point community in San Francisco, California. – Photo: Edward Betts How human biomonitoring is detecting toxins from a federal Superfund site in nearby residents and workers by […]

by Noelle Hanrahan, Prison Radio The time to act has come. It is right now. It is tonight and tomorrow. We must demand the immediate release en masse of half of the 47,000 people inside Pennsylvania state prisons. New circumstances require new ways of fighting back. The myths and excuses that have motivated and propped […]

Program Now Offering Up To $5,000 To Innovative Young People             Most high school and college campuses are now closed. Most students are stuck at home, often filling the hours with TikTok and other social media outlets.  But for young people between the ages of 16 and 25 who have a new idea or dream they’re trying […]

It seems social media users are questioning Angela Simmons and her standards of cleanliness. The “Growing Up Hip Hop” star posted on Instagram the night of Monday, March 30, and uploaded two photos that showed her modeling around the house in casual wear. She wore a towel around her head, a white T-shirt, gray sweatpants […]

Tia Mowry-Hardrict and her family are a much-needed dose of sweetness in the social media sphere, but during these trying times the “Family Reunion” star says that even she’s struggled to keep it all together. She finds solace in one thing. Mowry-Hardrict has a full house — she’s a wife to actor Corey Hardrict and […]

It’s been more than 10 years since singer and actress Christina Milian has topped the music charts with a hit of her own, but one thing remains a smash with fans — her clappas! The pint-sized diva may be responsible for penning hits for some of the music industry’s biggest acts, but she’s also fine-tuning […]

A former NFL player turned neurosurgeon now is tackling a more intimidating opponent: coronavirus. A third-year neurosurgery resident at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Dr. Myron Rolle is giving the world a peek into life as a health-care professional on the frontlines of the pandemic. “I was walking through the emergency department. I was seeing […]

It looks like Reginae Carter and Alexis Skyy are both stepping up their acting skills. The two television personalities both embraced their inner “Yvette,” the popular female character from John Singleton’s 2001 film “Baby Boy.” The role was played by actress Taraji P. Henson, but Carter and Skyy decided to put their own spins on […]

We can’t allow ‘violent criminal’ rhetoric to justify leaving some of the most vulnerable people in dangerous conditions. This piece is a commentary, part of The Appeal’s collection of opinion and analysis. Before we get to it, though, note this news reported today, April 1, 2020:  Releasing 3,500 is not enough! Response of Californians United […]

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