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iMPACT News (12-27-22): Davis reviews slave-trade apology requests and first Black pres. of Harvard

By BHN

iMPACT News is a weekly half hour video podcast examining topics trending in the headlines and social media; through a sharp, reality-based lens in an entertaining and informative way.


Check out the following news headline topics in this episode of iMPACT News, with show host, Carol Angela Davis:

The end of sentencing disparities between crack and powder cocaine.

White cop reportedly smiled after brutally beating a homeless Black veteran.

Azalea Banks refuses to perform in parts of Australia – cites racism.

Haitian American Claudine Gay is first black president of Harvard University.

88 percent of marine species have been affected by plastic contamination.

Drinking water at 24 military installations exposes about 175,000 service members a year to dangerous levels of chemicals.

A warning against eating some Lake Washington fish, citing unsafe levels of chemicals.

Crystal-clear streams and rivers in Arctic Alaska now running bright orange and cloudy – dangerous chemicals to blame.

Colorado River’s largest reservoirs are nearly three-quarters empty.

British Virgin Islands will have referendum in whether same-sex marriage should be legal.

Dutch prime minister is apologizing for the Netherlands’ role in the slave trade.



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