Monthly Archives: February 2017

Tale Of Two Speeches

What he has not done is what Republican elected officials want him to do, which is to put flesh on the bones of his campaign promises, set a clear order for his priorities and make some of the difficult choices … Continue reading

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Philly Housing Authority’s Smoking Ban

The Philadelphia Housing Authority, with 80,000 residents, is the largest public housing agency in the country to implement a comprehensive ban.  Continue reading

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Cancer Treatment

     

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Kentucky man among first to receive proton #cancer treatment

LONDON, Ky. — Cancer has impacted and claimed the lives of millions of individuals, often leaving researchers and health care providers searching for answers and fighting for a substantial cure. Proton Therapy for Cancer Of the estimated 1.47 million Americans … Continue reading

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Hartford Housing Choice Vouchers

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Good Night Clyde Stubblefield

(February 18, 2017) When it came to drummers, he was among the baddest. Today we say goodbye, at age 73, to the great Clyde Stubblefield, who was best known as the drummer who gave the backbeat to the Hardest Working … Continue reading

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Good Night Norma #RoevsWade

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Black (Female) History Month – Who Is This Woman

Unlike Josephine Baker, she did not s survive the 1917 riots in East St. Louis, Illinois, and ran away a few years later at age thirteen and began dancing in vaudeville and on Broadway. Alternatively, in 1925, she did not … Continue reading

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Black men in #Chicago

43% of young Black men in Chicago 20- to 24-years old are not in school and not working. Continue reading

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U.S. Courts of Appeals and Their Impact on Your Life – Lesson Plan

WASHINGTON/BEIRUT, Feb 5 (Reuters) – A U.S. appeal court late on Saturday denied a request from the U.S. Department of Justice to immediately restore a immigration order from President Donald Trump barring citizens from seven mainly Muslim countries and temporarily … Continue reading

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