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Late Support for Black Lives Matter Thrusts Brands into Damage Control

Dozens of companies have taken actions that range from social media posts to new products to more diverse boards.

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Venezuelan government leaves residents stranded in U.S. during pandemic

Venezuela’s airspace is closed to foreign and domestic flights, following direct orders from Maduro’s administration. Since then, they have sent monthly announcements extending the restriction. 

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Vulnerable communities fear eviction as COVID-19 rent morotorium comes to an end

Forty five percent of LatinX and Black tenants reported to have no confidence in being able to pay June's rent.

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Beijing is China’s new epicenter for the coronavirus

The outbreak is believed to have stemmed from Xinfadi, a food market in Fengtai district, Beijing.

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Fathers unite for justice on Father’s Day

A father led protest for racial justice was held in front of Pasadena City Hall.

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On the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, marchers say too little has changed

"My father was only five when segregation ended and I'm still here marching for the same stuff that he marched for.

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Sounds and sights from NYC Juneteenth march

Pavement Pieces · NYC Juneteenth march Thousands of demonstrators across New York City marched in honor of Juneteenth yesterday and […]

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Juneteenth protestors march from Brooklyn to Manhattan

Thousands of New Yorkers gathered at Cadman Square park  yesterday, to prepare for a long day of protesting. The protests […]

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Staten Island paints “Black Lives Matter” on Richmond Street

It was the borough’s way of marking the commemoration of Juneteenth yesterday. 

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Clock is ticking for NYC restaurants even as outdoor dining resumes  

Social distancing efforts have devastated New York City’s restaurant industry but the crisis is just beginning.