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    By Dianne Anderson Nonstop running, busy with numerous community organizations had Joan Powell feeling wiped out, needing lots of extra rest. Maybe she was a little anemic – or so she thought. She still remembers her doctor calling her to get to the ER. Her blood count was down to 5.5, risking a stroke or ...
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    By Dianne Anderson One way for Black students to beat social isolation at predominantly white colleges is the opposite of standing far off from the center of attention. Misty Levingston, recently appointed director of Black Excellence and Achievement at Chapman University, said one of her first moves toward diversity awareness was pulling together Black students ...
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    By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Sr Natl Correspondent The Divine 9, the historically Black fraternities and sororities of the National Pan-Hellenic Council led by Phi Beta Sigma, are joining forces to save the lives of Black women. In a news release, the influential organization said it would launch “Tell Somebody,” a public service campaign emphasizing the profoundly disproportionate ...