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The Professor on the Soap Box: Trumpism and the White Nationalist Assault on Democracy

By News & Current Affairs, Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

In this “Soap Box” segment of the January 11, 2021 episode of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka “The Professor” sounds off about Trumpism and the White Nationalist Assault on Democracy. Later in the show Dr. Ron Daniels is joined by an eyewitness to the insurrection, Congressman Gregory Meeks. Also Read Hypocrisy Taints Republican Reaction to Bigotry Vantage Point article by Dr. Ron Daniels (Originally Published August 2017) —…

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Vantage Point: Trumpism and the White Nationalist Assault on Democracy

By News & Current Affairs, Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Vantage Point January 11, 2021 — On this edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with special guest Congressman Gregory Meeks. Topic Trumpism and the White Nationalist Assault on Democracy With An Eyewitness to the Insurrection Special Guest Congressman Gregory Meeks, (D), Chairman, House Foreign Relations Committee, Jamaica NY Plus “The Professor” Dr. Ron Daniels on the Soap Box (Video Below) Trumpism and the White…

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Push is On to Increase African American Confidence in COVID Vaccine

By News & Current Affairs

By Stacy M. Brown — Former President Barack Obama has vowed to take the new COVID-19 vaccination on live television. Dr. Ebony Hilton, a physician in the critical care and anesthesiology department at the University of Virginia Health, is also publicly taking the vaccine and documenting how she’s coping on YouTube. On Day 1 of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, Queens, New York, critical care nurse Sandra Lindsay received the first dose of…

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Haiti Support Project (HSP)

Reflecting on the 25th Anniversary of the Haiti Support Project

By Events, Haiti Support Project (HSP) Posts, News & Current Affairs

Thank you to everyone who joined us! Stay tuned for information on the rebroadcasting of this event. What: A Virtual Celebration Reflecting on the 25th Anniversary of the Haiti Support Project When: Wednesday, December 30th, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EST Where: Zoom (see info below) Who: INVITED RESPONDERS (U.S.) Paul Pumphrey Joe Beasley Don Rojas Peggy Robinson Myrtha Wroy Rev Gena Thornton Herb Boyd Richard Muhammad INVITED RESPONDERS (HAITI)…

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Church honors Black Lives Matter protests with Nativity scene

By News & Current Affairs

By Javier Rojas— For more than a decade, one Claremont church has turned to social justice issues to help inspire its unconventional Nativity scenes built to spark tough conversations. Though 2020 brought a pandemic that has killed several hundreds of thousands of Americans and caused economic uncertainty for millions of people, it was the wave of protests over police brutality and calls for justice and equity that gave the congregation inspiration for its current version of the Nativity. An illustrated…

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Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris said fully aware of Jamaican, Caribbean agenda

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By Harold G. Bailey— NEW YORK, United States — Fears that United States Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is not making much of her Jamaican heritage and might be unaware of Caribbean community hopes are unfounded, a leading Diaspora spokesman has said. Member of the Global Jamaica Diaspora Advisory Council, Wayne Golding said the history-making Harris and her surrogates had met with Jamaican and Caribbean representatives, as well as other minority…

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Cuba

Caricom-Cuba summit underway amid efforts to further strengthen relationship

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Caribbean Community (Caricom) and Cuban leaders began their seventh summit here on Tuesday, confident of improving upon the bonds that have thrived for more than four decades. “Forty-eight years ago, the foundation was laid for the building of a strong and mutually beneficial relationship. This has been formally underpinned since then by instruments such as technical cooperation agreements and memoranda of understanding,” Caricom Secretary General Irwin LaRocque told the opening of…

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Caricom interested in closer cooperation with Cuba

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HAVANA, Cuba, Dec 10 (ACN) Gaston Browne, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, expressed the interest of the Caribbean States Community (CARICOM) in strengthening cooperation with Cuba. Browne identified health, human resource development, construction, and sports as areas of common interest, among other sectors. The head of government said that the cooperation ‘has effectively contributed to the growth of the well-being of the peoples of the Community. In this regard,…

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