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Sep 09 – Sep 22, 2021
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Pentagon Asks Public for Suggestions on Renaming Bases That Honor Confederate Soldiers

The Defense Department's commission created earlier this year to look into renaming bases launched a new website Monday and is asking "interested citizens" for naming recommendations and suggestions as it faces an Oct. 1 deadline to brief Congress on its progress.
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Prince George's County On–Line and In–Person African Historical and Cultural Events

The Department of Parks and Recreation in Prince George's County, part of the Maryland–National Capital Parks and Planning Commission, presents several upcoming events about African History and Culture September 10–12.
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Mt. Nebo Cemetery Burial Survey Completed – 245+ Burials

"The work of the church's members to reclaim the cemetery is proof that to many people Black lives matter in death, too," says Morgan State University Archivist Dr. Ida Jones.
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Ways To Enjoy Corn: Succotash

There's no shortage of corn at the farmers market right now. We're here to talk about alternatives to eating corn straight from the cob; for example, you've probably adored succotash for most of your life.
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POH Subscriber C. Christopher Jenkins' New Children Books

The books are a 20 to 30–year old "pipe dream," that came true when Covenant Books just released C. Christopher Jenkins' "If I Lived Next Door To Heaven" and "Naomi, the Raven, and Bullies at the Dance."
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Decorating and Inspirational Writers Sought

We accept suggestions for stories and seek 600–word articles. If interested, see our Writing Guidelines and send a message to our publisher.
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Agriculture as a Driver of Africa's Development is the topic for a Howard University online conference. Westminster Presbyterian Church in DC has restarted its Monday Night Blues and Friday Night Jazz programs (photo). Woolly Mammoth's (spoken word online) Spit Dat Digital: Glow Up is Sep 20, 8p. On POH Talk Radio, we talk with Dr. Ogechi Anyanwu, professor of history and director of African and African American studies at Eastern Kentucky University.
michael byrd

Readers' Trends

Facebook restricted the distribution of our Facebook posts after if found a photo "sexual," and their decision affected our Readers' Trends results. It was a picture of a Papuan in traditional clothes. Clothes that their Indonesian colonizers often classify as "primitive." We found Facebook's thoughts not inclusive. You can help us by liking and inviting others to like our Facebook page.
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