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By Gloria Dulan-Wilson

If June wasn't already an event-laden month, June 26th may well have been the zenith of a period that many felt would either make or break the New York Political realm for all times.

Of course,there were many of us who predicted that there was nothing to worry about - that the candidates who were stacked against the incumbents didn't have a snowball's chance in hell of unseating them. And we were absolutely right:

Congressman Charles Rangel held his seat in Manhattan, with a
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By Gloria Dulan-Wilson ~

For those of us who were not fortunate enough to get to Atlanta for the massive NACA Homesave Program, NACA (Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America) will be holding two FREE Home Save and First Time Homebuyer Workshop/Seminars in the Queens and Brooklyn Area. On Saturday, February 11, at Mt. Zion Bishop Church 106-60 Union Hall Street, in Queens, NY (near York College), they will hold back to back seminars beginning at 10:00AM and ending at approximately 3:00PM.


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3828524552?profile=originalby Gloria Dulan-Wilson

The Saturday before Memorial Day, is the kick off for Dance Africa, when Baba Chuck Davis, founder of the African American Dance Ensemble, and his troupe land in Brooklyn to regale us with his latest gathering of talent from Africa and her Diaspora. And this week end was absolutely spectacular.

Davis who stands tall at 6’5” presided over the event from the sidelines, while locally based community groups presented their youth, attired in African regalia, dancing their hear
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 3828524552?profile=originalBy Gloria Dulan-Wilson ~

For those of you who know me, you know that I have been an avid supporter of affordable housing for quite some time -- this stems from both personal challenges of obtaining an affordable home of my own, coupled with the fact that it is ludicrous and inhumane, and downright insipid to claim to be the leader of the free world, and one of the richest nations in the world, and not make it possible for those who made that wealth a possibility to have decent place to live.

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