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🕔18:32, 27.Feb 2015

Thomas B. Keller – Sensitive, Selfless, Superman  Thomas Keller was relatively small in physical stature, but he was a gigantic man.  A trailblazing developer who was busy building lives as much as he was busy constructing buildings.  He was a

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PREVIOUS ISSUES

PREVIOUS ISSUES

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Twenty Medford, MA High School students and the NAACP Mystic Valley Branch are the collective face of a powerful message of a 30-second PSA going viral on the Internet, titled “Statistics.”

Twenty Medford, MA High School students and the NAACP Mystic Valley Branch are the collective face of a powerful message of a 30-second PSA going viral on the Internet, titled “Statistics.”

🕔16:42, 20.Feb 2015

The black & white commercial is designed to increase self-confidence in young African-American men while dispelling some preconceived opinions that exist in the general public. The statistics presented in the PSA track positive numbers related to these young men and

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National Association of University Women Brooklyn Branch Celebrates 60 Years of Community Service

National Association of University Women Brooklyn Branch Celebrates 60 Years of Community Service

🕔11:16, 20.Feb 2015

In March 1910, Mrs. Mary Church Terrell, Dr. Sara Brown, Dr. Fairfax Brown and Miss Mary Cromwell met in Washington, D.C. to form a new club for African-American women who were college graduates. Twenty university graduates joined the new club

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Talib Kweli Speaks on the Business of Hip Hop

Talib Kweli Speaks on the Business of Hip Hop

🕔10:43, 19.Feb 2015

Having a lot of Twitter followers is great for the ego. A blog once called me the king of “Black Twitter” for my ability to use my Twitter feed to create social discourse. So that’s nice. However, having all these

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For African Americans, New Crowdsourcing Initiative Offers Digital Opportunity to Tell Stories Accurately, Reveal Stories Untold

For African Americans, New Crowdsourcing Initiative Offers Digital Opportunity to Tell Stories Accurately, Reveal Stories Untold

🕔21:07, 3.Feb 2015

One of the most powerful, accessible, and widely used digital based informational systems is Wikipedia. Since its birth in 2001, Wikipedia, according to its own website, “has grown rapidly into one of the largest reference websites, attracting over 470 million

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Op-Ed: Community Voices Not Heard!

🕔13:55, 1.Feb 2015

By Alicia Boyd As a member of the grass-roots organization MTOPP, the Movement to Protect the People, located in Crown Heights/Lefferts Gardens/Flatbush, I was not surprised at the reaction of the East New York Community to City Planning’s study presentation.

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Calendar   Our Time Press celebrates artists, artisans and activists

Calendar Our Time Press celebrates artists, artisans and activists

🕔18:58, 30.Jan 2015

THIS WEEKEND Friday, January 30: 8:15pm &10:15pm every Friday Night: Jazz 966 @ Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11238; C-train to Clinton & Washington Ave. Donation: $15.    9:00p – 1st show; 10:30pm- 2nd show: The Ed Stoute Experience live at

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The American Sniper Was No Hero

🕔15:49, 30.Jan 2015

by Sheldon Richman   Despite what some people think, hero is not a synonym for competent government-hired killer.   If Clint Eastwood’s record-breaking movie, American Sniper, launches a frank public conversation about war and heroism, the great director will have performed a

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Affordable Housing Crisis Addressed at Forum

🕔16:16, 24.Jan 2015

“Affordable Housing Now!” was the cry Thursday night at the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church in Ft. Greene where Senator Velmanette Montgomery had called a community meeting with local and city officials, housing advocates and several hundred local residents. “This year,

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