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Guards shackled Sai Mahad to a chair, placed a mask over his mouth and snaked a long tube through one of his nostrils.
When Deleria Huff’s mother began to grow old, she would sometimes fall in the hallway of her three-bedroom family home in Mobile, Alabama. Deleria would be there to pick her up.
Kinsey Akers had to take the PSAT but was determined to make her voice heard at a public meeting on school safety that same day.
In late 2016, Janine Tarver was up for parole for the third time. She’d already served over 16 years of a 20-year sentence, but she wasn’t optimistic about her chances of release.
Historian Carter G. Woodson in 1926 established “Negro History Week” to celebrate the contributions to our nation made by Black people.
Andre and his friend were taking turns on a cell phone, playing a video game called Last Day on Earth: Survival – about staying alive on a zombie-infested planet – when a real-life gunshot rang out.