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Excuse me, are you listening? National Hip Hop History Month

Rina Risper

Rina Risper, President & Publisher of The New Citizens Press (Tulsa, OK, 2022)

Dear Readers,

Growing up in New York was a fabulous time. We are going to be having a show with other newspaper from across the country about National Hip Hop History month but here is some information.

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Interpersonal Edge: Innovative problem-solving secrets

Innovative problem-solving secrets

Today’s question: I spend most days upset about how incompetent most people are and how little they care that they are incompetent. I end up fighting my own grumpy attitude and take it out on co-workers. I don’t want to end up being the office Grinch, but how can I respond more effectively?

“OAKLAWN” DOCUMENTARY DEPICTS TULSA’S 1921 MASS GRAVES SEARCH

Tulsa Rush

Palpable frustration and anger filled the air as members of the community watched the City of Tulsa rush through a reburial of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre victims in July, 2021.

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Gercland where your imagination is free to roam

When the weight of the world is on your shoulder your walk needs to be a little bolder!

#adsart #gerc #gercs #gercland #gercsgreetings #draw #drawing #doodle #sketch #illustration #illustrator #illustrate #cartoon #cartoonist #cartoonillustration #art #comicart #cartoonist #cartoonillustration #childrensillustration #chil and bring a smile to your face.

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Jill On Money: The housing market cools — Will prices follow?

Jill Schlesinger

By Jill Schlesinger

With inflation stubbornly high, the Federal Reserve is pumping the breaks on the economy by raising interest rates. The reasoning is when interest rates rise,

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Cuban defends title in his Armory‘second home’

David Morrell

By Charles Hallman
www.spokesman-recorder.com

November 5 is David Morrell, Jr’s mother’s birthday.  He is also headlining this Saturday night’s fight card at the downtown Armory as he defends his WBA super middleweight title.

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Happy Holidays from Social Security

Happy Holidays

By Vonda Van Til, Social Security
Public Affairs Specialist

The holiday season brings us feelings of warmth and joy. At Social Security, we want you to know we share the same joy when it comes to serving you,

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Famous Black Gamer CoryxKenshin Accuses YouTube of Racism and Favoritism

cory coryxkenshin williams

Nationwide — Cory “CoryxKenshin” Williams, a famous gamer and online personality, is calling out YouTube’s policies in his latest video where he claims that the platform has unfair practices toward Black YouTubers.

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BHN Live: The BHN news team discusses the impact of the 2022 midterm election and the Black vote


BHN’s Carol Angela Davis and Julia Dudley Najieb report on the live election results and speak with Black News Link featured guests about the Iowa, Texas, Illinois and Georgia races

 

By Black Headline News

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Your beautiful Black hair as it is; publishers Risper and James discuss Black Iowa News Black hair series and their personal experiences

By TNCP Review

On March 18, 2022, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair (CROWN) Act. The CROWN Act would prohibit workplace discrimination based on a person’s hair texture or hairstyle if that style or texture is commonly associated with a particular race or national origin.

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