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by Toter - 6 months ago

In Memoriam: Barbara Brown Simmons, 1947-2022

Barbara Brown Simmons, the first Black woman to graduate from the University of New Mexico School of Law, died on July 14. She was 74 years old. A native of Littlefield, Texas, Simmons moved to Hereford in 1954 and attended a segregated classroom in the basement of the all-White school. She moved to...

by Toter - 6 months ago

Kwepena Fest returns for 7th edition

By Our Reporter Kwepena Fest is returning for its 7th edition this Sunday, 7th August, at the Uganda Museum. Revelers will participate in several African games including dulu, sonko, mweso, gogolo, tug-of-war, kwepena and many more. The fun-packed event will also feature entertainment from comedian...

by Toter - 6 months ago

Judge Denies Relief to Family Advocate

FRANKLIN, TN – Judge William Acree denied four motions Wednesday by embattled former attorney Connie Reguli. She asked him to set aside her conviction for custodial interference because the original trial judge, Joseph Woodruff, didn’t instruct the jury properly. “The court finds that issue is w...

by Toter - 6 months ago

2AM Ricky Reinvents R&B With “Hues”

Living in color — better yet, in Hues, is none other than Atlanta’s very own, 2AM Ricky! With Pride Month wrapping up, we would like to shine a light on this new trailblazing talent as he is paving the way for others in the community. As an openly proud African-American transman, 2AM Ricky advocates...

by Toter - 6 months ago

New Chairman Of The Board of Directors Of The Saint Lucia Development Bank

The Saint Lucia Development Bank is pleased to announce that Mr. Daryl Raymond has assumed the Chairmanship of the Board of Directors of the Bank, for a three (3) year term. Mr. Raymond has the distinction of being among the youngest Chairpersons of a major statutory entity and bank in the region....