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Ben Affleck and the debate for Reparation continues

24. April 2015

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With the recent public news reports that Ben Affleck demanded an omission in ‘Finding Your Roots’.  The host of the show, Henry Louis Gates, a prominent Harvard history professor, appeared upset by the apparently unprecedented request but the sensitive facts were nonetheless left out of the show, which aired last September. The issue could be […]

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Week of The Young Child at Ironbound Early Learning Center “Celebrating Our Community”

23. April 2015

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The Ironbound Early Learning Center is a new state-of-the-art, LEED certified facility built last year in 2014, 35,000 square foot center for 222 children and their families. A new $6.5 million infant and toddler wing was completed in September 2014 that enabled ICC’s Early Head Start Program to be integrated, physically and programmatically, with ICC’s […]

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Earth Day 2015 What does it mean to you?

22. April 2015

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Earth Day is an annual event created to celebrate the planet’s environment and raise public awareness about pollution. The day, marked on April 22, is observed worldwide with rallies, conferences, outdoor activities and service projects. Started as a grassroots movement, Earth Day created public support for the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and […]

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Mayor Baraka Defines what’s a Snitch

17. April 2015

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On Wednesday or better known as Tax date, the Mayor of Newark, went on The Nightly show with Larry Wilmore, the new Comedy Central Channel host that several months ago replaced Steven Colbert show with the same name.   Mr. Wilmore, a Black comedian and write of comedy has written in the past for Living […]

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Commemorate Lincoln Assassination 150 years ago at The Lincoln Monument Newark Historic Courthouse, TODAY April 15th

15. April 2015

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The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln 150 years ago changed the course of U.S. history. Museums and historic institutions across the country are featuring special exhibits, plays and musical performances to commemorate that seminal event on April 14, 1865. At Ford’s Theatre in the nation’s capital, where Lincoln was shot, objects from that tragic evening […]

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Rutgers Board approved a the Merger between both Law School in Camden and Newark

3. April 2015

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The Rutgers Board of Governors today approved the merger of the two Rutgers law schools into one unified law school with two distinct locations in Camden and Newark, contingent upon approval by the American Bar Association. Poised to be a leader in legal education in the Northeast and among the nation’s public law schools, Rutgers […]

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NJIT Lost ends a Great season for the Highlanders

1. April 2015

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What a game!  Much credit most go to the coach Engles Still, his staff, Brian Kennedy,Jesse Agel, Dino Presley, Jared Czech, and Bobby Fisk.  Who set out to develop a basketball program that “was based commitment, hard work, attention to detail.” They are all familiar concepts in the world of sports, but what makes it authentic is […]

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Burger Bound fires rank the best in the State of NJ by Yahoo

31. March 2015

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Congrats to Newark’s Burger Bounds in the Yahoo’s recognition for the best fries in New Jersey acknowledgment.  Now we don’t how scientific the process was a for selecting facility in the yahoos country wide review and assessment.  But we can attest to the tasty fries.  My favorite are theTruffle & Parmesan Fries.  Fries with parmesan […]

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The Newark’s Municipal Council Approved a resolution to Save St. Michaels Hospital

26. March 2015

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In a special Municipal Council session Council President, Mildred Crump brought forth a resolution in support of St. Michael’s Medical Center (SMMC) and its doctors, staff and employees. The resolution comes as a response to the Navigant report.a state sponsored analyses which makes recommendations to overhaul the heath delivery system in Newark and greater Newark […]

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Are Latinos Racist???

25. March 2015

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Over the last two years Glocally Newark has been following the emergence of and growing awareness of race in the latino community.  Lets first say up-front, we are not suggesting that all racist.  From the discussion of Afro-Colombianas, Afro-Cubans to Dominican and Haitian disputes.  Are Latinos racist? Earlier this year the “Dominican Constitutional Court’s decision […]

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