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NO Evictions

Governor Newsom Executive Order The Executive Order authorizes local governments to halt evictions, slows foreclosures, and protects against utility shut offs SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today issued an executive order that authorizes local governments to halt evictions for renters and homeowners, slows foreclosures, and protects against utility shutoffs for Californians affected by COVID-19. The Executive

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A Special Report

As the Editor-In-Chief of a Black Publication, it is the first social responsibility of the Black Press to inform its readers. This presentation is the best information on this subject and was brought to my attention by another community leader in the natural hair industry. BE INFORM! IN YOU’RE NOT INFORMED NEWS DOESN’T MATTER! sdmonitornewsThe

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Must Read – the Mystery of the Coronavirus From a friend and her cousin who is a nurse! Hope this is helpful….Very good insight. For me this the most clear explanation of the science behind the virus.**************††**************Feeling confused as to why Coronavirus is a bigger deal than Seasonal flu? Here it is in a nutshell.

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ShenGekka

San Diego’s premiere Artist shares his story and art Shan Shankaran is a Concept Artist. He specializes in Anime and Manga. Shan received a Bachelor of Science in Game Art & Design in 2006. Shan has been drawing since he was very young, creating art for a board game, greeting cards, magazines, comic books, Webcomics,

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Harriet Tubman on Plastic

The nation’s largest black-owned bank said it heard supportive comments about the design. Social media users were less convinced. Harriet Tubman was to be commemorated by appearing on the $20 bill in a design that would have been unveiled this year, but the treasury secretary said in May that plans for the bill would be

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Ex-producer of One America News Network parent company wins case

The parent company of One America News Network was ordered by a San Diego jury Thursday to pay $810,000 in punitive damages to an African-American man fired from his job as a producer after lodging a complaint that he’d been harassed because of his race. The jury’s decision came two days after the same panel

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Divine Living

Jessamyn Stanley, who lives in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, and posts to Instagram under the handle @mynameisjessamyn, has attracted more than 42,000 followers in the last two years sharing images of challenging forearm stands and intense back bends. The difference between Stanley and the seemingly myriad talented yogis posting online? She is a self-described “fat femme”

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