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    In this episode, Kelli Lemon and Michael Paul Williams talk with The New York Times Magazine and 1619 Project contributor Linda Villarosa about her new book "Under the Skin: Racism, Inequality, and the Health of a Nation." In the conversation and book, Villarosa shares troubling statistics that college-educated Black mothers are more likely to die, almost die, or lose their babies than white mothers who haven’t finished high school.

      Photos from the press conference for the launch of the "Richmond Real" campaign and branding assets from the city.

        On the two year anniversary of George Floyd's murder, Kelli and Michael Paul catch up to talk about the civil unrest that took place in Richmond and across the country but also how so much of the world changed from that point. Since 2020, Confederate monuments have come down, conservatives h…

        Imagine if you will, a new amendment to the U.S. Constitution that protected such liberties as the right to travel and move about. Technically, the Constitution doesn’t spell out these freedoms. So let’s codify them.

        Marked by the memories of 19 students and 2 teachers killed at Robb Elementary, this Memorial Day in Uvalde, Texas hits a different tone. People from across the state some with a connection to the victims, some with a connection to the town, some simply with Uvalde in their heart  gather to …

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        Passenger railroads are coping with post-COVID re-opening along with the rest of the travel industry, although, as with most things railroad, a bit more slowly than the other players. Here's what I think we know as of mid-June.

        "After the Monuments" - co-hosted by Pulitzer-Prize winning columnist Michael Paul Williams and Kelli Lemon - captures the zeitgeist of a nation struggling to move from symbolic to substantive change on racial issues.

        The U.S. government on Thursday released its long-awaited plan to ban menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars, citing the toll on Black smokers and young people.The proposed rules would help prevent children from becoming the next generation of smokers and help adult smokers quit, said Health…

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