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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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🕔10:00, 29.Jan 2015 Read Full Article

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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My House is not a Hotel! NYC Council holds Hearing on airbnb / Home Sharing

🕔14:48, 24.Jan 2015

New York City Council’s Committee on Housing and Buildings, Chaired by Council Member Jumaane D. Williams (D-Brooklyn), Deputy Leader, held an eight hour oversight hearing on Tuesday titled “Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing Neighborhoods” to allow Council Members an opportunity to better

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Students from 25 District 17 Schools vie for more than $3,000 in Scholarships at District-wide Spelling Bee

Students from 25 District 17 Schools vie for more than $3,000 in Scholarships at District-wide Spelling Bee

🕔15:13, 30.Dec 2014

This year our Annual District-Wide Spelling Bee was held on December 9, 2014 at Middle School 61. Students from Grades 3 thru 7 were actively engaged in the Spelling Bee Competition. Hosted by Ms. Farrow, Founder and Coordinator of the

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“All Lives Matter!”

“All Lives Matter!”

🕔16:18, 23.Dec 2014

In Wake of NYPD Officers’ Deaths, Borough President Eric Adams Sets Tone Moving Forward “I am Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. I am joined by Gale Brewer of Manhattan, Ruben Diaz Jr. of the Bronx, and we are in communication

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🕔19:58, 18.Dec 2014

This Weekend Friday, December 19 6:30pm: 47th Annual Caroling in Clinton Hill. Location: Community Garden (DeKalb Ave. /Hall St.). 7:00pm: SOUL NATIVITY, produced by Alfred Preisser; directed by Tracy Jack, musical direction by Jeffrey Bolding for Harlem School of the

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Elizabeth Warren: Remarks on Citigroup and its Bailout Provision in the Omnibus Bill

Elizabeth Warren: Remarks on Citigroup and its Bailout Provision in the Omnibus Bill

🕔19:59, 17.Dec 2014

Mr. President, I’m back on the floor to talk about a dangerous provision that was slipped into a must-pass spending bill at the last minute to benefit Wall Street. This provision would repeal a rule called, and I’m quoting the

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Transitions: Abdullah H. Abdur-Razzaq  Chief Aide to Malcolm X

Transitions: Abdullah H. Abdur-Razzaq Chief Aide to Malcolm X

🕔13:07, 13.Dec 2014

December 20, 1931 – November 21, 2014 Brother Abdullah H. Abdur-Razzaq, formerly known as James 67X, a lieutenant to Minister Malcolm X while at the Nation of Islam’s Temple No. 7 in Harlem during the late 1950s and early 1960s,

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