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Day: <span>July 19, 2018</span>

What’s Going On

2018/THE VOTE African-American Lucy McBath is a Democrat from Georgia’s 6th Congressional District who failed to get a majority of votes during the Primary. She had three contenders and got a plurality of the votes. She faces a runoff this month. McBath is running on a “gun safety” platform. Her 17-year-old son was shot and […]Read More

Only Massive Voting Can Save Us

Nothing left to say about President Trump. Even though I loathe the man, his surrender to Russian President Vladimir Putin, in his best “Yassa Massa” way, still hurts. We have an emotionally unstable, frightened and traitorous man as President of the United States, and he will be kept in power by the 87% approval rating […]Read More

It’s Time to Say Her Name

The incidents of African-American women being brutalized or slain is increasing to a point that the rallying cry of “Say Her Name!” can be heard from coast to coast in the United States. The causes of the deaths are questionable. Friday, July 13, 2018, Equality for Flatbush and People’s Power Assembly NYC sponsored the Justice […]Read More

The Tale of the Sleeper Agent

Donald Trump is the first Russian President of the United States of America. It may not be revealed tomorrow, or next week, but save this newspaper, put it in plastic, seal it and place it at the bottom of a dresser drawer. And when it is finally revealed that Donald J. Trump was indeed a […]Read More

Trade Deadline 2018

The first half of the Major League Baseball season is in the books for our beloved Yankees and Mets and it appears both teams (at the moment) are going in different directions. With baseball’s trade deadline looming, it is expected that both teams will be active in improving their ball clubs in hopes for a […]Read More

Community Calendar

Saturday, July 21st 8TH Annual TAMA Summerfest @ Tompkins Ave. bet. Gates Ave. and Halsey St. Music, food and fun for all ages! Come out and witness the magic that is Tompkins Avenue, offering an eclectic mix of boutiques, eateries, wellness services and more. Afrobeat Fitness class, Rock-climbing wall, STEM Tent, Children’s play corner, Love […]Read More

Drs. Sanford and Madhubuti to Speak at Brooklyn’s Mt. Pisgah

The Board for the Education of People of African Ancestry will host its 20th Anniversary Tribute to the legacy of Dr. John Henrik Clarke (January 1, 1915 – July 12, 1998) on Sunday, July 29th, starting at 3:00 PM at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, 212 Tompkins Avenue at DeKalb Avenue, in Brooklyn, New York, it […]Read More