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Destination Ghana launched – projects targets a million tourists from UK, Europe annually
April 09, 2022
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Destination Ghana launched – projects targets a million tourists from UK, Europe annually

President Akufo-Addo (4th from left) with Papa Owusu Ankomah (left), Ghana’s High Commissioner to the UK; Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey (3rd from left), the Minister of Foreign Affairs; Dr Mohammed Awal (2nd trom right), the Minister of Tourisnt: Akwasi Agyemang (right). CEO, GTA, and other dignitaries after the launch The...

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Georgia State House passes bill ending license requirement to carry a handgun
April 09, 2022
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Georgia State House passes bill ending license requirement to carry a handgun

The House approved a measure that would nix the requirement for someone to have a state license to carry a firearm. This story also appeared in Georgia Recorder The bill passed late Friday with a 94-57 vote that fell along party lines after a spirited hourlong debate. The Senate passed its version of a permit-less carry bill...

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Juneteenth Is Now a Paid Holiday For Georgia State Employees
April 09, 2022
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Juneteenth Is Now a Paid Holiday For Georgia State Employees

Photo: Getty Images Juneteenth is now officially a paid holiday for state workers in Georgia after Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed legislation increasing the number of paid state holidays from 12 to 13 . The legislation had bipartisan support in the state legislature, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution , and...

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HOW STUPID: They need a law to say our hair is ok – CROWN Act
April 01, 2022
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HOW STUPID: They need a law to say our hair is ok – CROWN Act

Photo: Getty Images In a landmark vote Friday (March 18), lawmakers in the House passed the CROWN Act , which prohibits race-based hair discrimination in the workplace, school, and more. The Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair Act passed in a 235-189 vote, with only 14 Republicans supporting the legislation....

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How Alexander Pushkin Was Inspired By His African Heritage
April 01, 2022
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How Alexander Pushkin Was Inspired By His African Heritage

1827 portrait of Pushkin Alexander Pushkin is known as the quintessential Russian writer. What many readers don’t know is that he took particular inspiration from his African great-grandfather, General Abraham Petrovitch Gannibal. According to Anne Lounsbery, a scholar of Russian Literature, “Boyar credentials,...

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History of Homeschooling in African American Muslim Community
March 15, 2022
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History of Homeschooling in African American Muslim Community

An Intimate Conversation with author Anne Ali on the “Legacy of Sis. Clara Muhammad By K. H. Hamilton (Originally printed in Muslim Journal Issue: Volume 45, No. 35, May 15, 2020) NATIONAL – Sis. Clara Muhammad and the Hon. Elijah Muhammad had agreed that they wanted a better education for their children. The...

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Orchestra Noir, All-Black Orchestra, Headlines Savannah Black Heritage Festival
March 15, 2022
Living

Orchestra Noir, All-Black Orchestra, Headlines Savannah Black Heritage Festival

Headlining the 33rd Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival will be Orchestra Noir, an all-black orchestra out of Atlanta, Ga. Orchestra Noir is an all-black orchestra that was founded in 2016 by Maestro Jason Ikeem Rodgers. Through orchestral performance, Orchestra Noir celebrates the cultural achievements of African-American...

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Unity Day in Kazakhstan: we are different but we are together
October 27, 2021
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Unity Day in Kazakhstan: we are different but we are together

Source: Strategy2050.kz Today Kazakhstan is celebrating one of the beloved holidays – Unity Day. This is a holiday of friendship, peace and reconciliation that are so necessary for restful life in our country which is home for more than 150 nationalities and ethnic groups. So, where did the tradition to celebrate the first...

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Erdogan Threatens to Recognize Genocide of Native Americans
December 16, 2019
Living

Erdogan Threatens to Recognize Genocide of Native Americans

FILE PHOTO: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attends a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Black sea resort of Sochi, Russia, 22 October 2019 ANKARA (Sputnik) – The Turkish President threatened Sunday to recognize mass killings of Native Americans during the colonial period as genocide after the US...

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Cristina Martinez of South Philly Barbacoa is nominated for an international award
December 14, 2019
Food

Cristina Martinez of South Philly Barbacoa is nominated for an international award

Staff Photographer Cristina Martinez of South Philly Barbacoa, an activist for immigrants’ rights, is one of 10 finalists for the Basque Culinary World Prize , which honors those who use gastronomy as a force for change. This prize, to be announced July 16, is not exclusively for chefs with charitable or social projects....

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AIFC’s BCPD holds EdTech Camp, aims to improve educational technologies
December 14, 2019
Living

AIFC’s BCPD holds EdTech Camp, aims to improve educational technologies

Click here to view original web page at astanatimes.com NUR-SULTAN – The Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) Bureau for Continuing Professional Development (BCPD) held an EdTech Camp Nov. 29 to improve the country’s educational technologies through exchanging experience, applying the best international...

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There is a Black Mecca forming on China’s 20 Trillion Dollar New Silk Road
November 24, 2019
Business

There is a Black Mecca forming on China’s 20 Trillion Dollar New Silk Road

Nur Sultan, Kazakhstan, Central Asia Along the hills, in the mountains of the caucus, stretching from the historic city of Urumqi all the way down to the historical roads built by the Romans, there is a road that once was the absolute center of all trade in the world. The Silk Road as they called it, is the instrument that...

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Colonialisms last battle – the complete extinction of handmade goods!
October 19, 2019
Fashion

Colonialisms last battle – the complete extinction of handmade goods!

Although, in the United States we have seen a resurgence of the demand for handmade goods, what is known as the developing world, still maintains a deep desire for mass-produced...

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Revitalizing Rural Towns by creating Micro Villages using Japanese One Village One Product Principles
October 04, 2019
Living

Revitalizing Rural Towns by creating Micro Villages using Japanese One Village One Product Principles

Master Designing a small town is a long and on-going process. Here is a current shot of our master design for what we call a OVOP Micro-Village in Freedom Village. We hope to see the first one of this design up and completely functioning in 2020. The methodology behind it is the cornerstone of our efforts and design...

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Building New Cities at 1% of the Traditional Costs Utilizing Co-Operative City Builders
October 04, 2019
Living

Building New Cities at 1% of the Traditional Costs Utilizing Co-Operative City Builders

The challenge of our generation is to identify how to improve on the social-economic decisions of the previous generation. In order to shape a future that over 10 billion humans, the greatest population the earth has ever held, can collectively find prosperity in. But the sins of yesteryear have set the table in such a way...

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