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RT @iamblackbritish: It is 5 days until the award ceremony. "The Diverse Book Awards was established in November 2019 and was created by T…
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You Won't See This In The Mainstream Media

   “The global oligarchy controls all of the major media. The media mega-corporations own each others stock, and in turn are owned and controlled by an oligarchy of transnational corporations, international bankers and European dynastic families. In the United States, six global media corporations control 90% of what we see, hear and read: COMCAST (NBC / Universal) NEWS CORP (Fox News / Wall Street Journal) TIME WARNER (CNN) VIACOM DISNEY (ABC) CBS. The oligarchy controls the major internet…

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Haiti Gets No Respect

         [By Junious Ricardo Stanton] Recent images of US Border Patrol Agents interacting with Haitian immigrants caused shock and stir when juxtaposed against images of Afghani refugees being shuttled onto waiting US military transport planes to he brought to the US and housed courtesy of the US government and taxpayers. The rationale is that these people need to be recued because they collaborated with the US during the US/NATO occupation of that nation in what had become the United States…

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HBCU Best Practices

HBCU Best PracticesJunious Ricardo Stanton “While HBCUs today look quite different from the schools that were founded in the 1800s, HBCUs now find themselves in a continuing conversation on whether these institutions should exist in a post–Brown v. Board of Education and post-Obama environment. The relevancy of HBCUs has been the subject of academic inquiry, and many media outlets recently have raised the question of the continued existence of these institutions. Some believe that HBCUs are a…

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National Mobilization for Reproductive Justice Women's March + Remember Rosie Jiménez, October 2 and 3

October 2 and 3: Women’s March + Remember Rosie Jiménez   Two reproductive rights campaigns have staked out the first weekend in October for actions around the country to defend abortion rights. Beginning in July, when the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear a Mississippi challenge to Roe vs. Wade, which secured the right to legal abortion, feminist organizations began planning coordinated actions for Sunday, October 3rd. On that day in 1977, Rosaura “Rosie” Jiménez died of an unsafe…

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What a Week

What a WeekJunious Ricardo Stanton             The week of September 5, 2021 was quite a week. People in the Southeast, Mid Atlantic and Northeast regions were still reeling from the devastating impact of Hurricane Ida the week before. Heavy rains, flooding, tornadoes, major property and infrastructural damage have left physical scars across the landscape. Damages are reported in the billions of dollars and recovery will take months, the psychological and emotional impact may take even longer…

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Organized Labor and US Workers Kicked to the Curb

“Not long after President Reagan declared the 1981 air traffic controllers strike illegal and fired 11,000 air traffic controllers, corporations began illegally opposing union organizing efforts by aggressively firing union organizers.” The Attack on Labor Unions and why they matter by Martin Hart-Landsberg | 9 Jun 2017           [By Junious Ricardo Stanton]  As we pause to celebrate Labor Day let us stop and think about how the ruling oligarchs have successfully and systematically waged a…

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.Urges Delegates to Elect Patriotic Progressives Who Have Shown Sufficient Readiness and True Commitment to Lead the Party to Recover the Brick House in 2023

 

....Hails Nyeomasila,  Bekee for Pledging to Work Together

 

...Describes Abe’s Man Boycotting the Screening as a sign of cowardice

 

Chieftain of the All Progressives…

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A poultry farmer, Tekena Ovuru, has emerged winner of the monthly Princewill Trust Help the Hard Worker competition. The monthly competition is put together by the hard working team of the Princewills Trust

A Rivers State based poultry farmer, Tekena Ovuru emerged the winner of the September, 2021 edition, beating both Collins Moore and Kingsley Peterside to win the N100,000 cash prize.

A statement from Princewills Trust quoted Prince Tonye Princewill, who presented the cash…

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70 Afrobeat Fans Set to Win a Dream Trip to Dubai For EXPO 2020

 

The Chief Executive of the Dubai Tourism Corporation and Marketing, Issam Kazim says the Dubai Expo 2020 which opened on the 1st of October will offer peoples of diverse cultures around the world, an opportunity to see world class destinations, the latest advancements in technology and tourist attractions all in one.

 

He said the Expo is part of efforts to showcase Dubai and…

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The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), has, in pursuant to its corporate social responsibility, boosted the wanning morale of the Nigeria Police Force, with the donation of housing units to the Special Protection Unit of the Police.

The project, renamed President Muhammadu Buhari Nigeria Police (Special Protection Unit) Bade 6 Barracks, is located at Omagwa in Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State, comprises of 68 standard blocks of flats. This is in addition to…

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