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Black women speak out on violence
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
DURHAM – No woman in America is more likely to experience domestic violence or be assaulted than a black woman. Historically, African-Americans and women have been societally silenced, especially when it comes to the topic of violence, but this norm slowly is changing. Women – and a few men – gathered at the Hayti Heritage Center last
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