Politics

OUTRAGE, Then Progress?

The tragic, indefensible death in Minneapolis of George Floyd – by uniformed police with a documented record of vicious, anti-black action – has evoked anguished cries for communal action. This national crisis must be acknowledged for what it is – a reflection of the bigotry and bias that contaminate our society. They are charges against …

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John Catsimatidis’ Weekend Edition of Cats Roundtable

  Rudy Giuliani Alan Dershowitz Stephen Moore NYPD-SBA Pres. Ed Mullins Judge Richard Weinberg Touro Pres. Alan Kadish, MD Heather MacDonald Nick Pope on UFOs and Dan Rattiner on the Story Behind Dan’s Papers Join John Catsimatidis on this Weekend’s Edition of the Cats Roundtable Sunday, June 2, 2019   8:30 – 10 am on 970AM-The Answer …

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Guyana Summit: Experts Consider Where We Ought to Be

by Dowoti Désir With six years left to fulfill the goals of the International Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2024, hundreds of African descendants from over 35 countries including Canada, United States, Jamaica, Haiti, and Brazil, joined forces with the Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Guyana, the Honorable Dr. …

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Mayor Bill De Blasio shuns those who want to rename Harlem SOHA

  By: Derrel Jazz Johnson Harlem-based politicians, restaurateurs, publishers, and socialites flocked to the home of the New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife Chirlane McCray for a reception entitled “Harlem: Home of Immigrants: Honoring New York’s International Diversity” at Gracie Mansion last week. A beautiful summer day and an indoor/outdoor venue …

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Pass the Dream Act and Immigrants Will Pass Their Classes

By Alejandra Castillo, Jessica Haughton, Camilla Santos, and Randy Fulton       Over 100,000 immigrants in New York are eligible for the DREAM Act, but new database tracking may interfere. These databases hold personal information affecting young immigrants, also known as DREAMers, access to opportunities in the U.S. including loans and education. Education is a …

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Future-Mindedness and Child-Raising Today

By Daniel Rose   “I am 15 and I really want a baby. Should I have a baby?” This question, asked by a schoolgirl recently on Quora, the online crowd-sourced vehicle, provoked an avalanche of replies. The unanimously negative comments thundered, “No, not now!”, citing psychological and economic reasons and the detrimental practical impact on …

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