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I am not Catholic, but long live Pope Francis. Alleluia! Alleluia! I think he has been reading my book. Did you read about his recent statements. Check out this report from News Americas:
His strong condemnation of income inequality and free markets shows that a lot has changed since the cold war.
Pope Francis is once again shaking…Continue
The extinct factional “nPDP” says they are amused by the recommendation by the Disciplinary Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the expulsion of the party’s National Secretary, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola, along the former National Chairman of the defunct New Peoples Democratic Party (nPDP), Alhaji Abubakar Kawu Baraje, and its Deputy National Chairman, Dr. Sam Sam Jaja, for alleged anti-party activities.
The former National Publicist of the Defunct New PDP Chief Eze…Continue
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The latest World Bank Doing…
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In episode #1 she reveals the conversations that she and music legend WHITNEY HOUSTON had about Osama Bin Laden. Kola Boof was his mistress in 1996 and Bin Laden had a serious desire for Whitney Houston.
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PURPOSE OVER PAIN GIVES VALUABLE LESSONS IN LIFE TO YOUTH Teaches basketball skills and mentoring at the ARK By Chinta Strausberg Purpose Over Pain, a group of grieving parents, are using their pain to not only fill avoid in their lives but because each lost a child to gun violence they filled Saint Sabina’s ARK gym up with dozens of energetic children seeking a safe haven toplay and a place to get positive mentoring, basketball skills and good free food all under the same roof. Purpose Over…Continue
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On May 21, 1971, two New York City police officers were fatally shot. This shooting occurred within the context of two major…Continue
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From The Ramparts ~ Junious Ricardo Stanton ~
“The media literally spent years on the case of Chandra Levy and never stopped asking ‘Who killed JonBenét Ramsey?’ They’ve obsessed on Amanda Knox’s convoluted story and eagerly entertained various theories about the death of Princess Diana. And they even jumped headfirst into the feeding frenzy around the murder of J.R. Ewing! On the other hand, when faced…Continue
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From improper budget spending and insufficient access to education, to poor teaching practices and nepotism, corruption in education is rampant acrossAfrica, robbing millions of young people of their right to knowledge and a decent future.
In the recently released Global Corruption Report: Education, Transparency International showed that corruption has a devastating impact on developing nations, particularly in …
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From The Ramparts
Junious Ricardo Stanton
“Why is Black Friday called “Black Friday”? Seems pretty simple – it’s the day retailers go “into the black,” or turn a profit for the year. But it turns out the term has a darker, less happy origin. In 1966, Black Friday was the name the Philadelphia Police Department gave to the Friday after Thanksgiving. The police hated the day — massive…
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Brooklyn, New York City is home of music greats: Lena Horne, Max Roach, Betty Carter, Hubie Blake, Bob Cunningham, Art Blakey, Freddie Hubbard, Randy Weston, and others. The 15th Annual Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival, March 28 thru April 30, 2014 has grown from a nine day neighborhood event to a highly anticipated month long borough-wide music series.…Continue
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All invited to remember Chicago’s first black mayor
~ By Chinta Strausberg ~ At 11:01 a.m., Monday, November 25, 2013,the Harold Washington Legacy Committee, is holding a wreath laying ceremony inhonor of the late Mayor Harold Washington at the Oak Woods Cemetery, 1035 E. 67thSt., Chicago, IL where he was buried 26-years ago.
The gravesite ceremony will…Continue
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After an historic response from supporters, members of the Coalition for the Exoneration of Marcus Garvey delivered more than 10,000 signatures for the exoneration of the Right Honorable Marcus Garvey to Representative Frederica Wilson's office.
THE PETITION STATES:
We, the undersigned, are requesting the assistance of our representatives in reintroducing the resolution with the following change in the wording:…
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~ Select Local Barbershops to Host Events and Provide Fathers with Parenting Resources ~…Continue
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~ BY REV. JESSE JACKSON ~Bill De Blasio is garnering national attention for his landslide election in the New York City Mayor’s race. De Blasio campaigned on a populist agenda, highlighting the stark contrast between the poor and the mega-rich in New York’s “tale of two cities.” De Blasio’s analysis is sadly true for cities across the country, which too often feature two worlds, one of privilege and wealth, another of poverty and despair.
In Chicago, for example, the contrasts…
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His blood spilled in Vietnam continues to heal today
~ By Chinta Strausberg ~ On this Veterans Day, I salute all men and women who have and are serving in the U.S. armed services—people who literally gave their lives to protect this nation including and especially my cousin, Milton Lee Olive, III, an18-year-old Englewood Vietnam War hero who paid the ultimate…Continue
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