National Small Business Week First-Ever Virtual Conference


As part of National Small Business Week, April 29 – May 5, the U.S. Small Business Administration and SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses, will host the first- ever National Small Business Week Virtual Conference. The conference will include educational webinars, mentoring sessions and business resources. National Small Business Week cosponsors Visa, Chase for Business,…

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Wild Wild West Public School

Jamal Washington, age twelve, was gunned to death at school this afternoon by his American History teacher Ms. Samantha Pettigrew, age 39 from Topeka, Kansas, after the honor roll student walked out of class in protest to the “Why Slavery Helped Black People” assignment. Aalia Farroq, age 16, was shot three times in the back…

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Love Beyond Walls Launches the March Against Poverty


The social justice advocacy organization Love Beyond Walls in partnership with the Center for Civil and Human Rights will launch the second March Against Poverty. The event will commemorate the Legacy and 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Nonprofit leader will walk 386 miles from Atlanta to Memphis to bring…

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Philadelphia fans create havoc after Super Bowl Win


The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in a close game at the 52nd Super Bowl game. Having been at the Super Bowl twice but never winning this marks a historic moment in the Eagle franchise. However, fanatics expressed their excitement in ways that vandalized the city. Images of cars being flipped, looting, rioting,…

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