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When the presumptive President-elect Joe Biden announced his candidacy 18 months ago, many Republicans felt that he was the most feared opponent out of the 23 Democrats who had declared their intentions to run for the job.

They were right.

When the presumptive President-elect Joe Biden announced his candidacy 18 months ago, many Republicans felt that he was the most feared opponent out of the 23 Democrats who had declared their intentions to run for the job.

They were right.

When the presumptive President-elect Joe Biden announced his candidacy 18 months ago, many Republicans felt that he was the most feared opponent out of the 23 Democrats who had declared their intentions to run for the job.

They were right.

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“In nature, there are neither rewards nor punishments, only consequences”, wrote Robert Ingersoll, the 19th century political thinker, who could have been describing our 2020 national elections.

Campaign rhetoric has displayed our bitter partisanship eroding into destructive polarization in which each side charges opponents with not only error and hostility but with fraud, evil intent, national disloyalty and national self-hatred.

They were right.

“In nature, there are neither rewards nor punishments, only consequences”, wrote Robert Ingersoll, the 19th century political thinker, who could have been describing our 2020 national elections.

Campaign rhetoric has displayed our bitter partisanship eroding into destructive polarization in which each side charges opponents with not only error and hostility but with fraud, evil intent, national disloyalty and national self-hatred.

They were right.

“In nature, there are neither rewards nor punishments, only consequences”, wrote Robert Ingersoll, the 19th century political thinker, who could have been describing our 2020 national elections.

Campaign rhetoric has displayed our bitter partisanship eroding into destructive polarization in which each side charges opponents with not only error and hostility but with fraud, evil intent, national disloyalty and national self-hatred.

They were right.

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David N. Dinkins, who died on November 23, 2020 at the age of 93, was an authentic superstar who did not receive the acclaim he richly deserved.

David N. Dinkins, who died on November 23, 2020 at the age of 93, was an authentic superstar who did not receive the acclaim he richly deserved.

David N. Dinkins, who died on November 23, 2020 at the age of 93, was an authentic superstar who did not receive the acclaim he richly deserved.

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On Saturday, October 24th, Chase Bank is hosting Black Entrepreneurs Day, a celebration of black business and entrepreneurship. The event will be hosted by Shark Tank's Daymond John. During the event, Daymond John will lead discussions with Brian Lamb, JPMC’s Head of Diversity and Inclusion, and black entrepreneurs from the worlds of business, sports, and entertainment, including Robert Johnson (founder of BET), Shaquille O’Neal, Magic Johnson, LL Cool J, Gabrielle Union, Chance the Rapper and more.
One of the speakers at the event is none other than Harlem's Leticia Young. She is the co-founder of LoLo's Seafood Shack along with her partner Raymond Mohan. Leticia will talk about how covid-19 has affected her as an African American entrepreneur and her plans for success in the future.

On Saturday, October 24th, Chase Bank is hosting Black Entrepreneurs Day, a celebration of black business and entrepreneurship. The event will be hosted by Shark Tank's Daymond John. During the event, Daymond John will lead discussions with Brian Lamb, JPMC’s Head of Diversity and Inclusion, and black entrepreneurs from the worlds of business, sports, and entertainment, including Robert Johnson (founder of BET), Shaquille O’Neal, Magic Johnson, LL Cool J, Gabrielle Union, Chance the Rapper and more.
One of the speakers at the event is none other than Harlem's Leticia Young. She is the co-founder of LoLo's Seafood Shack along with her partner Raymond Mohan. Leticia will talk about how covid-19 has affected her as an African American entrepreneur and her plans for success in the future.

On Saturday, October 24th, Chase Bank is hosting Black Entrepreneurs Day, a celebration of black business and entrepreneurship. The event will be hosted by Shark Tank's Daymond John. During the event, Daymond John will lead discussions with Brian Lamb, JPMC’s Head of Diversity and Inclusion, and black entrepreneurs from the worlds of business, sports, and entertainment, including Robert Johnson (founder of BET), Shaquille O’Neal, Magic Johnson, LL Cool J, Gabrielle Union, Chance the Rapper and more.
One of the speakers at the event is none other than Harlem's Leticia Young. She is the co-founder of LoLo's Seafood Shack along with her partner Raymond Mohan. Leticia will talk about how covid-19 has affected her as an African American entrepreneur and her plans for success in the future.

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