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Stand up to bigotry of ‘states’ rights’

BY JESSE JACKSON November 4, 2013 In 1980, after receiving the nomination of his party, Ronald Reagan kicked off his presidential campaign in Philadelphia, Miss., at the Neshoba County Fair. Neshoba County is not someplace you just drop into; you have to want to go there. It’s a small town remembered largely for being the site of the horrid 1964 ...

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Chicago Remembers the late Opanyin Jonas Kwabena Yirenkyi Bonsu

The late Opanyin Jonas Kwabena Yirenkyi Bonsu was one of the first generation Ghanaian immigrants in Chicago. He was a founding member of the Okuapeman Fekow, an Affiliate organization of the Ghana National Council. The late Jonas Bonsu after retiring went to settle in Ghana. Members of the Ghanaian Community here joined family and friends of the Bonsu family to ...

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Man, 37, Killed in Lake Shore Drive Crash

Source:dnainfo.com/ CHICAGO — A 37-year-old man died after his car swerved and struck a pole on North Lake Shore Drive Sunday night. The man was heading southbound in a red Acura when his car swerved across several lanes of traffic and struck a light post near North Avenue about 11:45 p.m., said Officer Hector Alfaro, a police spokesman. The man ...

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After 40 CPS Laptops Stolen, Thief Caught After Logging into Facebook: Cops

Source:http://www.dnainfo.com/By Erin Meyer COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — When a Chicago teen logged into his Facebook account on a laptop he allegedly looted from Fort Dearborn Elementary School, he probably didn’t realize someone might be watching him. Paul Calmese, 18, was arrested and charged with burglary Tuesday, almost two years after 40 laptop computers disappeared from Fort Dearborn Elementary, 9025 ...

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Chicago’s Legend Talk Radio On Air (Nubueke Show on Tuesdays from 2 p.m to 4 p.m Weekly )

Please be informed that this coming Tuesday, 11/05/2013 from 2 p.m to 4 p.m, the Nubueke program on Legend Talk Radio will bring to its listners discussions on Diabetes again. This is due to the overwhelming request for a repeat of the topic. Ms. Rosemary Amegashie, an RN, former Diabetes Educationist at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital , Accra, former host of ...

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Money problems not just at Grambling

BY JESSE JACKSON October 28, 2013 The strike of football players at legendary Grambling State University received attention across the world. GSU President Frank Pogue praised the players for providing the “creative tension” needed to bring attention to the plight of Grambling and historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in general. The players were protesting poor practice facilities and dilapidated ...

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Sankofa: Sahara Soccer Club of Chicago.

Above: Nana Akwasi Appiah joggling the ball in his heydays! Ghanaians in Chicago used to have a strong soccer club that represents the Ghanaian community in local league fixtures in Chicago and inter state friendly matches. Sankofaonline.com bring to you some of the memories of those good old fun days.Matches between the Sahara soccer Club and the local Green Eagles ...

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Wolves dressed in sheepskin……Congregants beware……..

Source: www.isohealthy.org (visit www.isohealthy.org for more news) Worldly pastors, pastors “birthed” out of the worldly system of Bible College (theology and religion) are fake pastors; are the false apostles the bible warns us about. Their knowledge is “about”, but not OF God. “For such men are false apostles, deceitful workmen, masquerading as apostles of Christ. And no wonder, for Satan ...

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