Jill On Money: Spring cleaning for your money

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By Jill Schlesinger

It’s a happy coincidence for clean freaks like me that the height of tax season occurs as spring begins. The very moment when you are forced to gather and organize your tax materials is a great time to clean up some of those overflowing and physical files and to understand in which instances you can consolidate various accounts.

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Excuse me, are you listening? – Yes, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Saudi Arabia are in Western Asia

Dear Readers,

It is important for The New Citizens Press to also write about other cultures and their celebrations.

Working at the United Nations in the late ‘80’s exposed me to people,

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Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold

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By Jan Bidwell

So, someone just really disrespected, maybe even betrayed, you. After the shock wears off, your impulse is to lash out. You know they are wrong.

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Spring Field Trip? Visit the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History provides learning opportunities, exhibitions, programs, and events based on collections and research that explore the diverse history and culture of African-Americans and their African origins.

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Les Meres et Debutantes of Greater Lansing

Top Row: Left to Right: Devin Carter, Reese Robinson, and Sharon Davis
Bottom Row: Left to Right: Jordyn Byrd, Manessah Naval, and Haniya Shareef

The Les Meres et Debutantes Club of Greater Lansing is set for “An Evening of Elegance” on Saturday,

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Lansing NAACP Donates $50,000 to the Legal Services of South-Central Michigan

By Deborah M. Walker

LANSING, MI  – It happens time and time again, a convicted felon finds the perfect job, house, or school. He (or she) fills out the application and submits it for a background check.

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African Americans Are Finding Success as Indie Authors

Left to right – Guest Jackie Goldman at the Detroit Book City Holiday Book Festival held in December of 2021 with author, Deborah Walker, whose pen name is Nova Wallace.

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Why Knot get Married? Seniors find social security with maturity

Rev. Stanley Carter, 73, married his wife Shontese Moreland in a backyard ceremony during the pandemic.

Rev. Stanley Carter, 73, married his wife Shontese Moreland in a backyard
ceremony during the pandemic.

Photo courtesy of the Detroit Native Sun

 

Michael Jones and Rosa Black found love later in life

Michael Jones and Rosa Black found love later in life

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By Valerie D.

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State Police Offers Michiganders Winter Emergency Preparedness Tips Winter Hazards Awareness Week was Nov. 7-13

LANSING, MICHIGAN — . With winter weather approaching, the Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division (MSP/EMHSD) is encouraging Michigan residents to prioritize winter emergency preparedness.

“As colder months roll in,

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The Lansing Barber Styling College has New Owners and New Opportunities

Above: Travis Sanders and Marcel Mayberry are barbers, cousins and business partners. Owning a family business is not new for them and they wanted the opportunity to teach others. They purchased the place where they learned how to become barbers when they heard it was going out of business.

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