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Day: <span>July 15, 2010</span>

John White Steps Forward to Fulfill Sentence

Flanked by his wife and sons, last week John White reported to the courtroom of the Honorable Barbara Kahn in the Suffolk County Court. He began his sentence of 2-4 years resulting from the incident in which John White was defending his family and home from a mob of drunken teens. That incident resulted in […]Read More

For the Sake of Truth and Clarity NuLeadership Responds to

Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York (CUNY) was named after a slain civil rights hero and Black leader who spent his life fighting for the rights of all people  to be included in the economic, social, political and educational mainstream of American society without bias or prejudice.  The college that bears […]Read More

A Blueprint for the Freedom Party

By Alton H. Maddox, Jr. While a political party may be established at any time, a political party with ballot status in New York can only occur during a gubernatorial election which, in New York, is every four years. A general election for governor of New York will occur on November 2, 2010. To achieve […]Read More

Community Greets Freedom Party Slate

Once again, several hundred community members flocked to the Siloam Presbyterian Church. This time the occasion was the presentation of the complete Freedom Party Slate. Eva M. Doyle, candidate for Lieutenant Governor, came from Buffalo. Attorney General candidate Ramon Jimenez journeyed from the South Bronx. Freedom Party Gubernatorial candidate Charles Barron was greeted with enthusiastic […]Read More

A Year Later — Family and Friends Remember Shem Walker

On July 11, 2009, a man was sitting on the stoop of the Walker family home at 370 Lafayette Avenue. Because the house is a few doors down from a suspected drug house, Mr. Shem Walker was accustomed to shooing away loiterers from his property. In the past, the drug dealers or street people who […]Read More