Let Prisoners Go During COVID-19 Pandemic

April 28, 2020 Staff 0

by Jesse Jackson Across the United States and across the world, prisoners are among the most vulnerable to the coronavirus. Overcrowded facilities, shortages of food and medicine, and totally inadequate testing expose prisoners who are […]

Will the Coronavirus Widen the Achievement Gap?

April 28, 2020 Staff 0

Dr. Julianne Malveaux By Julianne Malveaux The coronavirus has upended our way of life, especially in urban America, where social distancing has replaced the laughter of children playing on the street, the excitement of preparing […]

Jacksonville Seniors to Have Graduation in July

April 17, 2020 Staff 0

On Friday, Duval County Public Schools’ Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene shared with seniors that traditional graduation ceremonies could not be held in May due to safety concerns among the Covid-19 pandemic. However, following significant student […]

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