U.S. Supreme Court Hears Ultimate Culture War Case

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Ultimate Culture War Case

🕔19:45, 29.Mar 2014

By Mary Alice Miller This week the Supreme Court of the United States heard arguments from lawyers for two privately owned companies – Hobby Lobby, a chain of 560 arts and crafts stores, and Conestoga Wood Specialties, a smaller chain

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Prisoner Education Initiative and  DREAM Act Goes Down in Flames

Prisoner Education Initiative and DREAM Act Goes Down in Flames

🕔19:43, 29.Mar 2014

Kings County Politics (KCP) By Stephen Witt Governor Andrew Cuomo may talk the talk on his proposed Prisoner Education Initiative, but sources say his winking at the Republican-controlled Senate has provided cover for not having to walk the walk. Both

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Nets Owner to Move Headquarters to Russia as Brooklyn Enters Global Political Crises

Nets Owner to Move Headquarters to Russia as Brooklyn Enters Global Political Crises

🕔19:40, 29.Mar 2014

By Stephen Witt Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is working on a plan for world peace along with bringing a NBA title to the borough. That after his Moscow-based office responded to Our Time Press questions to Prokhorov on the

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The Adelaide L. Sanford Institute for Research Presents: The Harriet Tubman Art Exhibit

The Adelaide L. Sanford Institute for Research Presents: The Harriet Tubman Art Exhibit

🕔19:35, 29.Mar 2014

Featuring the artworks and writings of local students Saturday, March 29 at P.S. 5 The Adelaide Sanford Institute for Research (ASI) continues its journey to instill a sense of cultural awareness among the youth in our community with new ideas,

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Children Continue to be the Future

Children Continue to be the Future

🕔19:30, 29.Mar 2014

The Uhuru Sasa Book Tour featuring authors who attended Uhuru Sasa Shule (Freedom Now School), then located at 10 Claver Place, begins Saturday, April 5th, 5-8 pm at For My Sweet, 1103 Fulton Street @Claver Place and includes the following

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View From Here

View From Here

🕔19:22, 29.Mar 2014

By David Mark Greaves As we try to digest the angry violence too prevalent among our young people that exploded and took a man’s life on a city bus, let this image of recently-passed photographer Jim Belfon intent on instruction

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Billie Holiday Theatre’s ” Maids Door”

Billie Holiday Theatre’s ” Maids Door”

🕔19:06, 29.Mar 2014

Events: In Loving Memory: Billie Holiday Theatre’s “Maid’s Door” Captures Essence of Universal Story Tickets Still Available for Closing Performances Tonight through Sunday, March 30 The Billie Holiday Theatre’s “Maid’s Door,” with Jackie Alexander directing a stellar cast from a

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Voza Rivers: A Man For All Seasons

Voza Rivers: A Man For All Seasons

🕔13:39, 23.Mar 2014

Voza Rivers, this fourth generation son of Harlem, has committed himself unselfishly as a cultural ambassador of his beloved community.  When one Googles Voza Rivers, you go gaga over his multifaceted career, and you will be simply overwhelmed by the

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United States of America and Vulcan Society, Inc. v. City of New York

🕔11:59, 23.Mar 2014

Synopsis United States, et al. v City of New York is a federal class action lawsuit originating from Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charges filed by CCR on behalf of the Vulcan Society and three individual African-American firefighter applicants, charging

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Kings County Politics (KCP) The Good and Bad of Special Elections

🕔11:52, 23.Mar 2014

By Stephen Witt While several elected officials are calling for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to call special elections to fill four Assembly seats and a Senate seat in Brooklyn, others say that special elections favor entrenched Democratic Party stalwarts, leaving little

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