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Rainbow/Push Wall Street Project Economic Summit 2014

Part II of Four-Part Series* *Note: Part One of reporter Dulan-Wilson’s continuing on-location Wall Street Project stories can be seen at www.ourtimepress.com The Rainbow Push Wall Street Project Economic Summit got under way with a full house, as usual, as more than 700 attendees showed up to take advantage of the information and opportunities Rev. […]readmore

Lou Wilson, The Love of My Life: A Birthday Tribute

By Gloria Dulan-Wilson Lou Wilson of Mandrill made his transition to the ancestors at the beginning of this year, January 7, 2013. Lou, an accomplished musician and instrumentalists, wrote most of the lyrics and of course the music that made the Mandrill funk band famous: “Fence Walk,” “Mango Meat,” “Hang Loose,” “Land of the Golden […]readmore

Congressional Black Caucus celebrates 43rd year

By Gloria Dulan-Wilson To state that 2013 is a pivotal year in Black history is an understatement.  We are celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation; the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, the 100th Anniversary of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; and the 43rd year of the Congressional Black Caucus. Converging on […]readmore

MASS MURDERS: Problem is more than guns

My heart goes out to those families in Sandy Hook, Connecticut who so tragically lost their children and loved ones at the hands of Adam Lanza. I watched in horror as scene after scene of police working to get the children safely to their families elapsed over the television. It’s a day many will long […]readmore

Cong. Ed Towns Holds Field Hearing on Foreclosure & Mortgage

Congressman Edolphus Towns (D-NY), 10th CD, former chair and now ranking member, of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on mortgage servicing practices and the foreclosure crisis, obviously dismayed over the rising number of foreclosures in Brooklyn – 16,000 in the past year – convened a field Congressional hearing at Brooklyn Borough Hall, Monday […]readmore