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Racial Profiling In Child Welfare?

Editor: As a member of the Black community, and someone with child welfare experience, I consider G98.7FM, Share and Pride News Magazine to be the voice of those who reflect the African Diaspora here in Toronto. I am respectfully asking ...

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Reggae Lane

Dear Mr. Van Cooten: RE:  TORONTO TO UNVEIL REGGAE LANE Dear Sir: Please allow me space in your publication to respond to an article in your September 3rd 2014 issue entitled “Toronto to unveil Reggae Lane”. I must first express ...

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Congratulations!

Hi Sharmon Carrington: Congratulations on the very sound, well-informed advice you published for parents in your article of Wednesday ,September3rd. It was so educational, and I hope and pray that our ethnic (Black) parents are taking note of this. Good ...

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Loved Your Article

Hello Mrs. Carrington: Re: Advice For Parents Of Elementary School-Age Children (Wednesday, September 3, 2014). Thank you so much for writing this article in the Pride News Magazine. I do hope lots of parents took the time to read it carefully. ...

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Birds Of A Feather?

Dear Editor: Assimilation and integration has caused the ideology of Rastafari to be contaminated with Babylonian thoughts and sympathies. Hearing Patrick Roots and King David from CIUT radio describe Rastafest as “Not a Black thing but a Rasta ting” sent ...

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BRICS: Something Smells Funny

Greetings Editor: A new group has emerged to counter the financial dominance of Western banks over their economies. It’s called BRICS, meaning: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. At the end of the sixth meeting in Brazil we find ...

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