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Literary Discussion at Molloy Set to Tackle Book Banning and Inequities in Education

Molloy University is partnering with Verdel Jones and Darlene Williams, co-founders of the Black Authors Festival at Sag Harbor, for a raw and real discussion on the power of literacy, book censorship, achievement gaps and inequities that exist within the school system. In 2022, it was reported that 56% of Black fourth grade students were …

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Long Island Charities that Help those in Need

nonprofit, Long Island, domestic violence, fashion Nonprofit organizations are an integral part of any community. These organizations can serve a community’s needs in multiple ways, such as raising awareness of social injustice issues and financial education among other things.  Long Island has its fair share of nonprofit charities. Each serves an important function in providing …

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