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Today's Date: February 8, 2023
Tuned Receives $3.5 Million in Funding to Shape the Future of Hearing Wellness
Government of Canada selects organization to administer the Black-led Philanthropic Endowment Fund
USA TODAY’s 35th Ad Meter Competition Opens
Empowered21 to Host 'Amsterdam2023'
Local readers vote two Sagora communities best in Carrollton
FOX News Books to Release “The Love Stories of the Bible Speak” by Bestselling Author Shannon Bream on March 28th
SafeGuard Cyber Launches Illuminate Partner Program for MSSPs
Cydni Tetro, CEO of Brandless, Earns South Valley Chamber Titan Award
Cancer Survivor Shoba Rao's Marathon Race Against Death
Global Partners Announce Innovations for Marine Managers to Help Our Oceans With Private Sector Support From Mary Kay Inc.
DeciBio Consulting Ranks #1 in Innovation in the Vault Consulting 50 Best Firms to Work For
NanoVibronix Announces Reverse Stock Split
Funding available to provide Indigenous women, girls, and 2SLGBTQI+ people with greater opportunities to participate in meaningf
Episcopal Relief & Development and Trinity Church Wall Street Announce Five-Year Partnership to Build Resilience for One Mil
On The Border Introduces a New Seafood Menu with a Crab Fiesta
The Law Offices of Frank R. Cruz Announces the Filing of a Securities Class Action on Behalf of PLDT Inc. (PHI) Investors
2023 CNCMachines.com 5th Annual Skills-Gap Scholarship Now open for College Students and U.S. Veterans
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ABORTION RIGHTS ADVOCATES PROTEST
NEW YORK - Abortion rights advocates took to the streets nationwide today against the possibility the U. S. Supreme Court will soon overturn Roe v. Wade. ...
GEORGE FLOYD REMEMBERED
NEW YORK - A rally took place in New York's Union Square Park today to mark the second anniversary of 46-year-old George Floyd's murder by a police officer in Minneapolis. ...
NYC CELEBRATES PUERTO RICAN DAY
NEW YORK - New York City's famed Fifth Avenue featured the loud and colorful Puerto Rican Day parade today. ...
PRIDE MARCH STEPS OFF IN NYC
NEW YORK - Tens of thousands of participants and spectators today took part in or witnessed the 53rd annual Pride March in Manhattan. ...
BLACKS MARCH AGAINST GUN VIOLENCE
NEW YORK - Scores of black ministers and community leaders marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to New York's City Hall today to raise awareness about mounting gun violence. ...
PROTESTS MOUNT AFTER SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS ROE V. WADE
NEW YORK - People are taking to the streets around the nation today to protest the U. S. Supreme Court's historic decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion. ...
NYC OPENS JACKIE ROBINSON MUSEUM
NEW YORK --- It's finally opened! After 14 years of all sorts of delays, the Jackie Robinson Museum opened in Lower Manhattan today after a ribbon cutting ceremony by Robinson's 100-year-old widow Rachel. ...
VEEP VISITS BROOKLYN
NEW YORK - Vice President Kamala Harris today visited the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corp's Economic Solutions Center in downtown Brooklyn to see how the Center helps expand access to capital and community development. ...
NYC BODEGA WORKERS OUTRAGED
NEW YORK - Supporters of a Harlem, New York bodega worker, who is facing a murder charge relating to an on-the-job stabbing of a robbery assailant, are hoping today that the local District Attorney will drop the charges after meeting with him. ...
FLOYD DEMONSTRATIONS REACH TIMES SQUARE
NEW YORK - The angry protests over the brutal death of George Floyd are continuing worldwide, including closing down the "Crossroads of the World," New York's Times Square. Carrying signs and banners demanding justice, thousands of demonstrators vented their collective disdain for police brutality. ...
NYC STARTS TAKE BACK YOUR STREETS DRIVE
NEW YORK - With Black on Black crime growing rapidly, New York City officials have started an "Occupy the Corner" campaign in Harlem and other minority communities. Mayor Bill de Blasio said stopping the violence is a "we thing, not a me thing." The Mayor added "this is a very moving matter to me. This is the people taking back the street. We will solve our own challenges and make something good happen in our community." ...
MINORITY NYC BUSINESSES COMPLAIN
NEW YORK - Angered by what they consider overly punitive enforcement by police, Black and Brown New York City business leaders today demanded the practice end. Led by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams outside of New York Police headquarters, the minority businesses claimed they received exorbitant fines, required changes to a business's method of operations, including shorter hours, and even revocation of a business's liquor license. ...
BLM AT TRUMP TOWER
NEW YORK - New York City Mayor Bill DiBlasio today led a group of other New Yorkers in painting a large Black Lives Matters sign on Fifth Avenue in front of Trump Tower. The Mayor said the yellow sign "isn't just painted words on Fifth Avenue, but this city is committed to the meaning of the message." Today's action is one of many New York observances and demonstrations in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. ...
BLM WANTS POLICE $ CUTS
NEW YORK - Since the death of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter campaign has achieved some success, and today BLM protestors demanded that NY cut $1 billion from the $6 billion police budget. At a demonstration at City Hall, some of the participants even went so far as to call for the abolishment of the police department. A number of the BLM protestors stated they will stay at City Hall until their demands are met. ...
NYC MAKES JUNETEENTH A HOLIDAY
NEW YORK - NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio participated in a Black Lives Matter street painting on Staten Island to announce the Big Apple will recognize Juneteenth as an official city holiday to recognize the liberation of the last freed Black slave. "We will give this day the importance and recognition it deserves," said de Blasio, adding "every student and city worker will have the opportunity to reflect on the meaning of our history through the pain and struggle that should bring an extraordinary purposefulness and vision to inspire change." ...
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