Tag: Black San Diego

Saving San Pasqual

Shane Harris A SPA Success Story Steps In When you first arrive, you get a larger-than-life feeling, maybe it’s the mountain air or the open sky, but to me, it’s the best idea San Diego County EVER had. Any educational institution that serves in a supportive role as San Pasqual, it’s worth keeping, and frankly,

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So why would I call Bishop George D. Mckinney, The Gospel Sophisticate? Being raised COGIC, as my parents adopted St. Stephens as our family’s faith base, St. Stephens was a platform for creatives before there was such a thing. To put it plainly in my opinion; the greatest San Diego entrepreneurs, choirs, and singers came

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GWS, The Man, The Education, The Leader

When it comes to vanguards, responsibility, and one who created codes of ethics, that was GWS. I wanted to share just a personal into how GWS was responsible for my actual existence. Baba Smith married my parents, I am grateful for his commitment and contributions to this great city. I happy San Diego is celebrating

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Donkey’s and Democrats

The ground that created the MAGA acronym, the term “Make America Great” without the Again word added onto the phrase is drenched in “blood” of Africa’s greatest investment; its people. But most of all, the energy of their humanity, because before their arrival there was none ( in my opinion)! Now for the Donkey and

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Study: Great Depression Banking Policies Helped Create Urban Hot Spots

RICHMOND, Virginia—Research examining the link between hot weather and construction methods is allowing city officials to right decades-old wrongs resulting from discriminatory banking practices. A four-year study conducted by the Science Museum of Virginia shed light on discriminatory banking practice. (Photo by David Bjorgen) A four-year study conducted by the Science Museum of Virginia found

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Rebranding Black America

The Legacy of the Black Vote – Who has the real power? Black people understand the impact that voting has in their lives, no matter how they articulate this experience. The fight to secure the right to vote for Black men and women surpasses attempts to degrade our intelligence and humanity as a people. Black

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Zimbabwean farmers get tech savvy to stay in business

HARARE, Zimbabwe—Quickfresh co-founder Rumbidzai Mbambo makes daily runs supplying fresh produce to her growing list of clientele. Today is no different. Before winding up the last of her scheduled deliveries and returning to the warehouse in Waterfalls, the 27-year-old Mbambo sets course for Glen View, a high-density suburb in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe

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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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