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Day: <span>October 5, 2017</span>

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By David Mark Greaves The worst impulses of spirit that caused the horrific massacre in Las Vegas, killing 58 people and injuring 489 more, was countered by revealing the selfless and heroic response of everyday people and the professionalism and teamwork of the hospital trauma unit and first responders. They represented the best in us […]Read More

What’s Going On

NY POLITICS Conventional wisdom says that Primary victories for incumbent City Council members were tantamount to a November win in NYC. Two people disbelieve CW.  Dr. Tyson-Lord Gray, a lawyer, Ph.D. and pastor, 37, will challenge District 9 City Councilman Bill Perkins on the Liberal line. Dr. Keith Taylor will host an October 6, 6-8 […]Read More

Developing World Honors Fidel Castro

There is so much information coming and going that some moments get lost but are too important to be forgotten. One such time at risk was December 20, 2016 at the United Nations General Assembly. There, representatives of developing nations from around the world rose and spoke with passion honoring the memory of that friend […]Read More

Them Chickens… They always find their way home.

17,250 people were murdered in America in 2016. Mass shootings, which are shooting incidents in which four or more people are injured or killed, took place 136 times in America in 2016. That’s an average of one mass shooting every 2.68 days. Of the scores of murders that occurred last year, 70% of them were […]Read More

Young Chess Player Gives Insight About his Perspective on Our

By Elisha Amadasu – Young chess player Hamilton Shillingford is one who has a true interest in the game. He started learning when he was 4-years-old from his mother, and when he started getting better than her, he started getting taught by his dad. He developed a liking for chess and he didn’t really know why, but his […]Read More

House GOP set to approve bill that could make mass

After the hearing was delayed because of another shooting, the House will vote to deregulate gun silencers. Kira Lerner, Think Progress As details emerge about the carnage at a Las Vegas country music concert, the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, the House is set to move forward with a vote on a gun […]Read More

A Wild Card Game

On Tuesday night in front of an electric crowd at Yankee Stadium, the New York Yankees prepared for their Wild Card one-game playoff matchup against a gritty and tough Minnesota Twins team. The Yankees made their first playoff appearance since their 2015 Wild Card loss to the Houston Astros (I was there). The Minnesota Twins […]Read More

Reel Sisters 20th Anniversary Closes in Harlem with Films Dedicated

 Special Screening on the Life of Brooklyn Activist Jane Lee Weatherspoon will premiere at AMC Magic Johnson 9  Harlem, NY – Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series will close its 20th Anniversary season with a selection of films celebrating the spirit of activism, empowerment and spirituality as a testament to the […]Read More