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Sidney Poitier and me – in Milwaukee and New York

By Richard G. CarterAs a Milwaukee-born black journalist and vintage film enthusiast who kept the notes of all my important interviews, my first exposure to black film actors was, as an inexperienced youth, the sassy 1943 “Stormy Weather.” It featured wonderful singers and dancers in non-threatening roles. I didn’t see …

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Coalition buys former KKK headquarters in Fort Worth to create community arts and healing center

The towering, dilapidated brick building on the north side of Fort Worth was once the Texas headquarters of the Ku Klux Klan, a legacy that Turn 1012 N. Main St. wants to reverse. The coalition of associations bought the former Cave No. 101 auditorium with plans transform it into Fred …

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Planting Seeds Int’l Anniversary Event Raises $ 10,000 to Support Community and Educational Efforts in Guatemala

Breadcrumb Links News Local news Planting Seeds International Co-Executive Director Shannon Moyle shares the organization’s history and long-standing relationship with its original founders, Richard and Susan Schmaltz (seated front row pictured) of Pembroke, at the 20th anniversary of the education program started by Richard and Susan in Guatemala. The anniversary …

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This Detroit coalition hopes to boost efforts with community inquiry

As pastor of City Covenant Church, a small church in the Brightmoor neighborhood of Detroit, Pastor Semmeal Thomas has previously had difficulty mobilizing resources to help his congregation and the community at large. Then, about ten years ago, Thomas started working with an organization called the Brightmoor Alliance. The collaboration …

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Funding for the young people of Newham to carry out community projects

Posted: 8:00 a.m. January 10, 2022 The Newham Council partners with the Recorder to celebrate the Year of the Adolescent until February 2022 – celebrating the achievements of young people and highlighting the services and support available to them. Newham Council’s Year of the Youth helps nine young people carry …

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Hymn Notes: Peace Be On Earth | Community

It’s a song that I hate to love. What do I mean by that? It’s a song that I love. I grew up with it. I memorized it and sang it with passion. The people in my church loved it. It is a song that uplifts the human spirit. It …

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The hockey community mourns the loss of a high school hockey player who died Thursday in Greenwich

On Friday, the hockey community in New Canaan, Greenwich and beyond mourned the loss of St. Luke’s Grade 10 student Teddy Balkind. The 15-year-old died Thursday after sustaining an injury during a JV hockey game at Brunswick School’s Hartong rink in Greenwich. During the game, the teenager fell on the …

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Three dead, houses set on fire as shepherds ransack Ondo community

No less than three people were reportedly killed when gunmen suspected of being Fulani herders on Thursday invaded the community of Molege in the local government area of ​​Ose in Ondo state. The armed men allegedly attacked the community following the residents’ refusal to let the shepherds graze on their …

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But connect: what it means to be a community

Marie brownhill Game Industry News publishes the best blog posts from people writing about the game industry. Articles here may originally appear on Marie’s blog, Fan Collective Unimatrix 47. “… But to connect” serves as a sort of midseason finale as Discovery will be on hiatus until February 10, and …

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Three local leaders give their thoughts on the coming year | Community | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

Shirley Sessions Mayor, Town of Tybee Island “The only constant is change… Whether it’s changing from 2021 to 2022 and beyond, the only thing we are sure of is that there will be change. I learned the importance of adapting to this change and making it work in a positive …

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