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Town Hall Meeting on Race, Policing & Civil Rights Brings Out Ideas

Town Hall Meeting on Race, Policing & Civil Rights Brings Out Ideas

🕔12:28, 17.Oct 2014

By Stephen Witt Grassroots organizing, reaching out to neighbors and telling children your people’s struggle for freedom were three of the takeaways from this week’s riveting town hall meeting on race, policing and civil rights. The meeting, held at the

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PREVIOUS ISSUES

PREVIOUS ISSUES

🕔10:00, 16.Oct 2014 Read Full Article
History Made at NYPD

History Made at NYPD

🕔12:49, 10.Oct 2014

By Walter Taylor Monday, September 29th at Police Plaza, history was made:  Two officers were appointed/promoted; Inspector Juanita N. Holmes was promoted to Deputy Chief and retired Detective Reverend Dr. Barbara Y. Williams-Harris was appointed to Chaplain at the NYPD.

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Young Voices: Bed-Stuy Alive!  My Passion for Chess

Young Voices: Bed-Stuy Alive! My Passion for Chess

🕔11:16, 26.Sep 2014

By Jordan Laland I took an interest in chess at age 12 in middle school. When my history teacher announced that there would be a daily chess after-school program, I felt the adrenaline rush through my veins; I saw all

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Announcement by city hides details of MWBE Program

Announcement by city hides details of MWBE Program

🕔19:46, 18.Sep 2014

The Daily News reported on September 11th that “The city awarded $690 million in contracts to companies in its program to assist minority- and women-owned businesses in the last year, the highest payout ever, officials said”. “The contracts handed out

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Eric Garner case: “We Will Not Go Back” – Peace Prevails — Justice Due

Eric Garner case: “We Will Not Go Back” – Peace Prevails — Justice Due

🕔17:36, 29.Aug 2014

By Vinette K. Pryce Hurricane Sandy stormed Staten Island a few years ago leaving behind strewn homes, boats and homeless residents but on Aug. 23– the 25th Anniversary of the murder of Yusuf Hawkins in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn — thousands flooded

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William Greaves, one of the most respected independents in the film and television world has passed away.

William Greaves, one of the most respected independents in the film and television world has passed away.

🕔22:52, 26.Aug 2014

William Greaves, one of the most respected independents in the film and television world has passed away. Internationally recognized for his groundbreaking body of work, the pioneering African-American filmmaker was 87. Greaves passed at his home in Manhattan on Monday

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MEET DR. ART McCOY, JR.: A VOICE FOR FERGUSON

MEET DR. ART McCOY, JR.: A VOICE FOR FERGUSON

🕔13:55, 23.Aug 2014

  Our Time Press PROJECT EDUCATION … with the loss of a forced-out African-American education czar are Ferguson’s children, white and black, ultimate victims of institutional racism?   The Ferguson-Florissant School District, located in suburban St. Louis, serves more than

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THE DEATH OF ERIC GARNER

THE DEATH OF ERIC GARNER

🕔10:56, 8.Aug 2014

  By Graham B. Weatherspoon Ret. Detective, NYPD These recommendations are pursuant to the review of video captured on Staten Island at the time of Mr. Garner’s death. I have served in the N.Y.C. Transit Police Major Case Unit and

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VIEW FROM HERE: NYPD wolf pack attack and kill unarmed man on Staten Island

VIEW FROM HERE: NYPD wolf pack attack and kill unarmed man on Staten Island

🕔20:02, 25.Jul 2014

How else to describe them? The officers circled the big black man, Eric Garner, 43, a father of six who witnesses said had just broken up a fight, snatching at him until one of them strikes, grabbing Garner around the

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