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by BA - 11 months ago

Liberate the Caged Voices

“We’re Still Here” – Art: Michael D. Russell, C-90473, HDSP C2-122, P.O. Box 3030, Susanville CA 96127 by Nube Brown As COVID-19 once again rages throughout our prisons and continues to uncover the system failures across all sectors of human life, the call to release imprisoned people most vu...

by BA - 11 months ago

Cuomo is shattering NYC’s restaurant business | Charlie Kirk

charliekirk.com - The restaurant industry is perhaps the most essential part of New York City’s social and economic sectors - from small, family-owned restaurants...Tweeted by @WilliamUrtel https://twitter.com/WilliamUrtel/status/1339287298110857219

by BA - 11 months ago

Smokey Robinson made one mother’s Hanukkah very memorable

Smokey Robinson took a do-over at pronouncing Hanukkah for a fan on Cameo, the celebrity greeting service. The Motown legend accidentally mispronounced the Jewish holiday when he read the Hebrew spelling Chanukah (Cha-NOOK-ah) and posted it on Twitter Sunday. “My mom grew up on the same street...

by BA - 11 months ago

Hope For Defeating COVID

By Leonard E. Colvin Chief Reporter New Journal and Guide         As the nation enters the newest wave of COVID 19 pandemic, with thousands of daily infections, and more than 300,000 deaths, the first doses of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine are being administered this week.       2.9 million doses were...

by BA - 11 months ago

Ministry To Publish Names Of Home Quarantine Violators

Saint Lucia authorities have warned that they will  publish the names of people in home quarantine whom health officials have been unable to contact, unless the individuals contact their assigned Health Officer. The warning came in a statement Wednesday from the Ministry of Health and Wellness. Acco...

by BA - 11 months ago

Four African Americans Named Mitchell Scholars

The US-Ireland Alliance recently announced the 12 members of the George J. Mitchell Scholar Class of 2022. One of the country’s most prestigious scholarship programs, it sends future American leaders to the island of Ireland for a year of graduate study. The scholarship program was named in honor of...

by BA - 11 months ago

New Evidence Discovered That Shows Johns Hopkins Owned Slaves

Johns Hopkins, the founder of the university in Baltimore that bears his name, has been thought of as a staunch abolitionist whose father, a committed Quaker, had freed the family’s enslaved people in 1807. But a research team established in 2013 to further investigate the history of Johns Hopkins h...

by BA - 11 months ago

Classic Peanut Brittle

It has been a family tradition to make Peanut Brittle each year around the holidays. This infamous candy is made with roasted peanuts and hardened in a caramelized sugar coating that makes this the most perfect holiday candy to give away as great gifts.  I’m going to try to not get too emotional w...