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Ghanaian Students Win World Robofest Competition

Ghanaian Students Win World Robofest Competition

By | News & Current Affairs

By Daily Guide Network (DGN) — GHANAIAN STUDENTS from Methodist Girls, Mamfe, have won the 2019 World Robofest competition. This year’s competition was held in Michigan, USA. The Robot Olympiad is a global robotics competition organized annually for youngsters. The competition uses Lego Mindstorms manufactured by LEGO Education. The maiden edition of the competition was held in 2004 in Singapore. DGN Online understands that the competition now attracts more than…

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Sonja Bonnett and other members of the Coalition to End Unconstitutional Tax Foreclosures in front of Bonnett's new Detroit home, which the group acquired for her.

“Make it right”: Coalition wants reparations for Detroit’s “unconstitutional foreclosures”

By | News & Current Affairs, Reparations

By Sarah Cwiek, Michigan Radio — One Detroit family celebrated getting a new home Thursday, as they also called for other families like them to receive similar compensation as victims of what they call “illegal” foreclosures. The Bonnett family lost their home to property tax foreclosure in 2015. Nearly one in four Detroit properties was tax-foreclosed between 2011 and 2015. Some researchers, led by Illinois Institute of Technology and visiting…

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Flint Residents Pay to Drink Polluted Water While Nestlé Pumps Great Lakes for Profit

By | Commentaries/Opinions

CounterSpin interview with Peggy Case on water rights. ‘People Have to Strengthen the Laws Protecting the Water.’ Janine Jackson interviewed Peggy Case about Michigan water rights for the April 13, 2018, episode of CounterSpin. This is a lightly edited transcript. By Janine Jackson — Janine Jackson: It is impossible, really, not to connect two recent pieces of news: Residents of Flint, Michigan, have been told that the state that poisoned their drinking water will no…

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