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Homeownership
 First-time African American homeowner Darlene Ahmed adjusts a hanging plant on the front porch of her house

Small Business
Story Type Indicator - video. Chew GW Chew is wearing a grey shirt, green hat, and smiling at the camera inside his Veg Hub restaurant in Oakland, California. Patrons can be seen sitting at tables in the background.
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Economic Opportunity
Story Type Indicator - viewpoints. A group of people sit at a conference room table, two of the men are shaking hand.
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Homeownership
 An African American couple opens the door to their new house and their little girl smiles as she runs in, her arms extended like she’s flying.

Diversity & Inclusion
 A photo of the seated Class of 1937 at George P. Phenix Training School in Hampton, Virginia. The girls are all wearing white, and the boys are wearing black pants and jackets.

Our History
 A black and white advertisement says: Pioneer Boot and Shoe Emporium. Lester & Gibbs, Importers and Dealers, No. 184 Clay Street, (Court Block.) San Francisco. L. & G. are receiving additions to their large and varied Stock by every Steamer.

Diversity & Inclusion
Story Type Indicator - video. An “I Was Here” Ancestor Spirit Portrait is paired with a historical marker that says: Slavery in Fayette Co. On the N.E. corner of the Fayette County Courthouse lawn stood the whipping post established in 1847 to punish slaves for such offenses as being on the streets after 7 p.m. Fayette Co. was one of the largest slaveholding counties in Kentucky. By 1860, one in four residents of the city of Lexington were slaves.
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Inside the Stagecoach
Story Type Indicator - video. Jesse Swanagan smiles and carries his son, Jesse III, on his back in front of City Garden Montesorri School in St. Louis.
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Economic Opportunity
Story Type Indicator - También en español. Detroit skyline
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