Kamala-Ji Harris, an Indian-American Perspective
One such conversation continues in Indian American homes about Kamala-Ji. I am taking the liberty to call her by her first name as a fellow Indian American. The Ji part is an Indian way of addressing a fellow Indian with respect.
Someday, I plan to ask Kamala-Ji a question that has never been asked before
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African Free Trade Union Starts January 1
Gyude Moore and Bogolo Kenewendo wrote in Foreign Policy: "Meanwhile, the official U.S. response to the African Continental Free Trade Area has been ambivalent at best." One signatory to the agreement, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, was recently "swapped" by Donald Trump in an agreement with Israel. Photo: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, current chairperson of the African Union.
Gambian Rapper Sparks Outrage Over Image Mimicking Jesus’ Crucifixion
Instead of adulation as he sought, the artist was meet with condemnation in the majority Muslim nation. Unlike France, Gambians live relatively free of religious strife and bigotry. In the United States, celebrities depicting themselves “like Jesus” is not uncommon observes archivist Dr. Ida Jones.
What Will Anti-Trump, Biden Voters Do About Mfume?
As reported in The Atlantic magazine’s "The Crime-Bill Debate Shows How Short Americans’ Memories Are," Mfume declared, “I don’t care what color you are, if you are a criminal, you aren’t going to like the crime bill.” However, Mfume not only got 100 percent ratings from the NAACP, but headed the nation’s oldest civil rights organization.
POH Associate Kevin Turner Transitions (1961-2020)
Port Of Harlem contributor and Port Of Harlem Gambian Education Partnership founding board of directors member Attorney Kevin Turner made his transition after a series of health challenges early on Christmas Day, December 25, 2020.
US Senate Elections 2022
The next round of elections to the U.S. Senate are on November 8, 2022. Of the 34 seats up for the 2022 election, Democrats hold 12 seats and Republicans hold 22 of them as of November 2020. Photo: Dr. Sekou Franklin, Associate Professor of Political Science at Middle Tennessee State University - Nashville.
Why Black America needs a Tech New Deal, a presentation from The Brookings Institution is on Wed, Jan 6, 2p-3p. See their site for this and recorded "think-tank" discussions. However, you have only until Sun, Jan 3 to catch Woolly Mammoth's "This Is Who I Am," followed by a spoken word event Mon, Jan 4.
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