United States is experiencing a record-setting year for mass shootings

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NATIONWIDE – On November 19th,  minutes before the clock struck 12:00 am, a gunman, 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich opened fire inside an LGBTQ establishment, Club Q,

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US Department of Labor announces nationwide effort to prepare students for career skills training in high-growth industry sectors programs

             Pre-apprenticeship initiative launches in Michigan, aligns with National Apprenticeship Week, November 14-20

 

   

WASHINGTON, DC– As the nation marks National Apprenticeship Week, the U.S.

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News Spotlight – Cryptocurrency Company Crumbles and Files For Bankruptcy

Another crash and burn for minorities who have higher exposure to the instability of investing in digital assets and the history behind it.

Let’s explain why the elections are so important – from the Black press’s perspective

The upcoming 2022 Midterm elections seems to have candidates fighting on the playground in a sandbox, while the public watches in awe

Between the election ads broadcasting all day long on local TV,

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TNCP Review (11-03) publisher, Risper reflects on her experience at an Atlanta Airport art exhibit


Publisher Rina Risper reflects on air terminal art exhibit she ran into while traveling to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

By TNCP- By Rina Risper

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The TNCP Review (11-1-22) – My State Your State – Election Edition with Rina Risper and guest, Dana James

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  In this episode of The TNCP Review – “My State, Your State” Election Edition, show host & publisher Rina Risper talks with Black Iowa News publisher,

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The New Citizens Press Review (pilot 2) highlights the election process and the gubernatorial race


Publisher Rina Risper reviews the Michigan election process along with a review of the gubernatorial candidates.

By BHN

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Michigan burial sites added to federal Underground Railroad historical listing

National Park Service map

A United States map showing the differing routes that freedom seekers would take to reach freedom – National Park Service map

By Ken Coleman
www.michiganadvance.com

A pair of Michigan burial sites are among the new National Park Service’s 16 listings to the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom.

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Early Voting and Voter Registration Hours are Extended by Lansing City Clerk’s Office on Wednesdays and the Weekend Prior to Primary Election Day

LANSING, MI  – The South Washington Election Unit is open to Lansing City voters for early voting and voter registration for the August 2nd Primary Election. The winners of this election will move forward on the ballot for the general election.

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Fencing: The cost of competing can be prohibitive

Nolan Williams, Quinn Crum and Aahil Cunningham-Snelson are fencers.
Photo by Charles Hallman/Minnesota Spokesman Recorder

By Charles Hallman
Minnesota Spokesman Recorder

Over 4,500 fencers from around the country and some from as far as Japan visited Minneapolis for 10 days July 2-11.

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