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Rosa Parks: “Mother Of The Civil Rights Movement”

Rosa Parks: “Mother Of The Civil Rights Movement”

By Rupert Johnson It is quite fitting that we should remember the remarkable and incomparable achievement of Rosa Louise McCauley Parks during Black History Month since February 4 marked the 100th anniversary of her birthday. In my research about the ...

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Be Ready To Seize The Day

Be Ready To Seize The Day

By Dwain Wellington Rattray Pride Contributing Editor Each of us in the hidden parts of our souls must decide what we most desire and what price we are willing to pay. Whatever the answer, unless an individual is poised to ...

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Is Fear Keeping You Out Of The Spotlight?

Is Fear Keeping You Out Of The Spotlight?

Tips for Overcoming a Fear of Public Speaking By Marsha Friedman Recently, I was asked to be a panelist for a webinar about using the power of publicity to achieve your goals. The participants asked great questions. The first: “How ...

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African-Canadian Political Cultural Change Needed

By Lincoln Depradine In eight months, the people of Ontario will head to the polls to vote in municipal elections. Canadian citizens residing in Toronto and other cities across the province will elect mayors, councillors, school board trustees and other ...

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Create Your Own Black History

Dwain Wellington Rattray Pride Contributing Editor As we celebrate Black History Month, it is important to remember that while we must know from where we came, it is vital that we know where we are going. If history does not ...

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Live Your Life To The Fullest!

As the XXII Olympic Winter Games draws near and thousands of athletes prepare to travel to Sochi, Russia to compete, I am forced to remember the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games. Canada won the nail biting cliff-hanger hockey game between the ...

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The Challenge For Independent Grenada 40 Years Later

By Lincoln Depradine Pride Contributing Writer Political upheaval and confusion have been major highlights of the history of the Tri-island Nation of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique ever since it gained independence from Britain on February 7, 1974. What has ...

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The Global Poverty Dilemma

By Rupert Johnson Poverty is not a recent phenomenon. It has been a global scourge for thousands of years, but its pandemic effects in today’s worldwide society is unprecedented. There is no doubt that poverty is spreading across the globe ...

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