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We Have So Much To Learn From Cuba

By Robert F. Kennedy Jr Guest Columnist This is the first of three articles written by Robert F. Kennedy – son of late U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy – which address relations ...

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Ebola Crisis Exposes A Flawed Aid Strategy

By Ashmead Ali, P.Eng. Pride Guest Writer Two issues come to mind when I think of the present Ebola crisis – that of a flawed foreign aid strategy by the rich Western nations and internal conflicts in the poor world. ...

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Five Illuminating Facts About Holiday Lights

Five Illuminating Facts About Holiday Lights

NC – The warm glow of holiday lights evokes cherished memories, but how many of us know the history behind how this tradition came to be such a central part of the festive season? To illuminate your conversations this year, ...

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Old Time Christmas In Jamaica

Old Time Christmas In Jamaica

By Rupert Johnson This is the time of year when I always reminisce about those unforgettable days of never-ending fun and frolic in Jamaica. It was the first week in December, and I knew that Christmas was just around the ...

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You Can Kill The Messenger But Not The Message

By Norman (Otis) Richmond aka Jalali Pride Contributing Writer “You must see this movie, particularly if you want to understand how crack and the “drug war” devastated our community”. Dr. Gerald Horne on the film Kill The Messenger. If“Kill The Messenger” ...

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