TNCP Review (8) Part 1, reviews the lack of Black dolls and toys for Black children in Michigan

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In episode 8 of the TNCP Review, publisher and show host, Rina Risper, has a discussion with co-host, Nova Wallace, about the importance of having Black dolls available for Black children. Read More

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Interpersonal Edge: As hope dies, power is born

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By Dr. Daneen Skube Q: I keep trying to keep hope alive when things get worse in my workplace, but it keeps getting more hopeless.

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This creative dessert alternative for the holidays makes individual ‘pies’ that feel special

What’s better than a slice of pie, you ask? A pie in a jar, of course. Photo by Kevin White/TNS

By Staff, America’s Test Kitchen

Who needs a whole pie when everyone can have their own personal pie jar for the holidays?

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News Spotlight: Governor Whitmer to Announce Historic Selection of Kyra Harris Bolden as Next Michigan Supreme Court Justice

Bolden to take oath in January as the first Black woman on state’s high court

 LANSING, MI — On November 22, Governor Gretchen Whitmer will announce that she’s appointing Kyra Harris Bolden to the Michigan Supreme Court in January 2023 to succeed Justice Bridget Mary McCormack.

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TNCP Review Episode 7 (12-01-22): A mother turns her painful grieving into forgiveness and random acts of kindness

In this episode 7 of The New Citizens Press Review, publisher and show host, Rina Risper, talks with the mother of the late Marcus Burton Jackson, a talented comedian who was unfortunately, Read More

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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News Spotlight: #GivingTuesday: A day for Michiganders to Support Local Nonprofits during this Giving Season

LANSING- With rising inflation and an ongoing pandemic, nonprofits across Michigan need support during this wintertime season of giving. “Giving Tuesday is a day that encourages people to do good,

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Jill On Money: Jobs, inflation, and the Fed

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By Jill Schlesinger

As we enter the homestretch for 2022, consumers, investors and Federal Reserve officials are saying “Good Riddance!” With 40 business days to go before we can close the chapter on the year,

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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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