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NYU's Anita Farrington Spearheads Major Diversity Summit Business, Culture, News On December, 2nd, and 3rd, New York University Tandon School of Engineering hosted their 6th annual Diversity in STEM Summit. Anita Farrington, former Dean of Student Affairs, founded the Summit 3 years after launching the NYU Tandon School of Engineering Continue Reading The Passing of a Queen: Cicely Tyson Culture, Entertainment, Front Page, News If there ever was a person who exemplified the strength of African American women, it would surely be Cicely Tyson. Sadly, Ms. Tyson, a Harlem native by birth, passed away on January 28th, 2021. But, rather than focus on this Continue Reading I Still Have a Dream Culture, Politics, Washington, D.C. By Mr. Derrel Jazz Johnson NBA players have risked it like never before over the last year, being inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, getting President Donald Trump out of office and President Elect Joe Biden elected, and the legacy Continue Reading David Dinkins - A Hero Of Our Times Culture, News, Politics         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.         The accomplishments of New York’s first black Mayor (January 1, 1990 – Continue Reading
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The Door is Open For Africa

If it plays its cards right, Africa could become the world’s next major economic player within the next century, according to a recent report by theWorld Economic Forum. A...

Lunch with the President of Ghana

Greetings! His Excellency, President Nana Addo Dan-quah Akufo-Addo, in spirit. Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin, Okyenhene, represented by Samuel Atta Akeya Municipal Chief Executive Honorable Kojo Ofori-Safo. Municipal Education Director...

Journey to Cape Town

Cape Town Central is the second most populous urban area in South Africa, and offers many unique family vacation destinations. Whether it is mountain biking, week-long animal safaris or...

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I Still Have a Dream

By Mr. Derrel Jazz Johnson NBA players have risked it like never before over the last year, being inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, getting President Donald Trump...

David Dinkins – A Hero Of Our Times

        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.        ...

The Door is Open For Africa

If it plays its cards right, Africa could become the world’s next major economic player within the next century, according to a recent report by theWorld Economic Forum. A...