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I am writing to clarify a few points in the article “Solar controversy continues” published Oct. 1. I am the CEO of SolUnesco, the Randolph ... Read more
What if you were a people who were brought to this country, through no fault of your own, and were told to go back to ... Read more
The United States has been called a land of opportunity, a place where all people have the chance to increase their income, improve their circumstances ... Read more
Once upon a time, families sent their children to school to learn the basics of education. We called that the ABCs, but the goal was ... Read more
We have begun to erase the stigma in this country about mental illness. It should have never been a stigma concerning this disease. One woman ... Read more
When we drive a little fast and see blue lights, it is easy to question why we have so many police officers. However, that is ... Read more
From time to time I keep coming back to the Harlem Renaissance in my research. We know that it was a time of African American ... Read more
Last week, I wrote regarding the dilemma created in the business world driven by COVID, the fear of COVID and the government’s mishandled responses. A ... Read more
You learn something everyday, especially when you are studying history. What you thought you knew is changed due to a new perspective. Georgia Ann Robinson ... Read more
Take a look at your surroundings. Are you inside your home, office or classroom? Are you at a coffee shop? Perhaps you are in a ... Read more