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TV’s legend, T’Keyah Crystal Keymah, L.A. stars rocked at Saint Sabina
School’s Fine Arts program named in her honor
By Chinta Strausberg
Helen Dumas, principal of the Saint Sabina Academy, presented TV’s legend T’Keyah Crystal Keymah with a bouquet of flowers then shocked her by naming the school’s Fine Arts program in her honor during a fundraiser held late Saturday night for the school.
A part of Hollywood came to Saint Sabina Academy, 7801 S. Throop…Continue
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Gardner launches innovative hiring program
By Chinta Strausberg
In an effort to create jobs for those who may have criminal backgrounds, former Soft Sheen CEO icon Ed Gardner Friday unveiled a plan that can help motivate young black men and women to start their own business by selling rolls of toilet paper on the streets of Chicago.
Mr. Gardner will talk more about his innovative employment program today, Saturday, October 13,…Continue
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Brian is asleep. He has worked the last ten nights straight. He has also spent his days working on his part-time job. Most of you know our situation. He can’t pay child support. We have a child. I can’t get an apartment in a safe and decent neighborhood. We have made a decision to share a place until things change or until our Sarah Bear goes off to college. Either way, this thing of ours has an expiration date. How we spend this time of incarceration is up to us. It’s our choice…Continue
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A first time visitor to Egypt who wants a classical (pharaonic antiquities) experience would do well to book a Nile cruise. Of course modern airlines shuttle tourists to the southern region of Egypt, but historically the Nile cruise was really the only way to visit the temples and tombs located along this stretch of the river. It is still a popular means of visiting upper Egypt and has many advantages to other means of travel.
First of all, it is very nice to unpack once and have your…Continue
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Day trip to luxor from safaga port . Its unspoiled beaches and stiff breezes made it the ideal venue for the 1993 World Windsurfing Championships. Day trips to Tobia Island or Mons Claudianus in the Red Sea Mountains can be arranged with local guides.
This area is really dominated by the Luxor/Karnak/Thebes open-air…Continue
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New book on the African origins of Civilisation.
Kindle version available at:
According to mainstream historians the Sumerians of ancient southern Iraq founded the world's first civilization. They are supposed to have spoken a language which is not genetically related to any known language. This is…Continue
Grant writers are employed by many types of organizations. Although they are usually employed, or work as independent contractors for non-profit organizations, you’ll find a demand for these services in many industries.
Groups seeking funding vary from youth organizations, churches, community programs, as well as, universities, government agencies, businesses and corporations.
Their main function is to successfully secure funding for the employing entity. This is done through…Continue
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by Gloria Dulan-Wilson
~ Okay, so it's about 4:30 in the morning, and I'm working on a project, when this piece from RSN (Reader Supported New) comes across my computer screen: "The New New Romney Is a New Kind of Mendacious Liar," by Charles Pierce, Esquire (which probably means the writer is a lawyer).…
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Langtang Valley Trek is short distance trekking from Kathamndu. which is the nearest mountainous region from Kathmandu. It lies to the north of Kathmandu valley and just south of Tibetan border. The Langtang valley is surrounded by high peaks of great appeal. It become famous ever since the British mountaineer Bill Tillman described it as the most beautiful valley in the world. The highest peaks that can be seen in this area are Sisapangma (Tibetan mountain border) Ganesh Himal…Continue
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I get emails from all over the world. It was no surprise when I received an email with a photo attached. Happy, shiny Black couple beaming from the base of the Eifel Tower. They were in Paris. I deleted it. Photo proof that another girl was living the dream, offered to me, but in my stubborn mind had cast to the side.
One cold day when I was living on the East Coast a few years ago a very good Black man came to me, out of the blue, and said, “I’m going to marry. I’m…Continue
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