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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

‘We Have Impact’: DART Successfully Collides With Asteroid Dimorphos

A NASA spacecraft has intentionally slammed into asteroid Dimorphos in humanity's first test of planetary defense.

History-Making Female High School Football Coaches Honored

Two history-making female high school football coaches were honored Monday.

Barbers Who Care Gives Out Free Haircuts To Children At West Philly YMCA

Barbers give out free haircuts to children at a West Philly YMCA. It's the 13th year celebrity barber Kenny Duncan hosted the event.

Tyler Perry Responds To Criticism Over ‘Madea’ Character

During an interview with CNN's Chris Wallace, Tyler Perry addresses criticism that his famous "Madea" character perpetuates negative stereotypes.

Family Awarded $95m Judgment After Girl Gets Brain Damage At Dentist

Nevaeh Hall was 4 years old when a routine trip to the dentist changed her life. Years later, a court is holding the dentist accountable.

‘The British Should Compensate Us’

A group of Kenyans is taking action against what they call colonial-era abuse. They say their land was taken from them in the name of the British crown, and the UN says their human rights were violated.

Triangle Educators, Book Sellers Fight Back Against Book-Banning

New numbers show the effort to ban books across the country continues to grow.

Rashid Johnson Makes The Elite Art World More Inclusive

Don Lemon interviews Rashid Johnson who is advocating for artists of color at the highest levels- artists who have traditionally faced barriers of access to cultural institutions.

The Women Behind West Africa’s Tech Boom

Fintech still dominates the start-up space in Nigeria, but educational technology and e logistics companies are gaining ground -- with women at the helm.

Young Entrepreneur Starts Lemonade Company

Paige Raino started a lemonade company that is now booming.

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The ‘Invisible Tax’ On Black Teachers

The additional tasks assigned to educators are not divided equally among Black teachers and their non-Black colleagues, leaving Black teachers in roles that don’t set them up for promotions and lead to early burnout.