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People, power and pollution revisited

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As court denies stay of injunction, UCC continues commitment to immigrant justice

price propecia pills Witness.Justice.Jaramillo.webThe United Church of Christ has long supported efforts for commonsense immigration reform that would treat our immigrant brothers and sisters with the equality and dignity they deserve. After leadership in the House of Representatives failed to act in 2013, our clergy and lay leaders joined immigrants to call on President Obama to stop the deportations. Many UCC pastors were even part of a civil disobedience action in front of the White House. We were proud to be a part of such a historic victory last November when the President announced his executive actions on immigration that would provide relief from deportation for an estimated 5 million undocumented people. Continue reading As court denies stay of injunction, UCC continues commitment to immigrant justice

Local NAACP program reflects community’s efforts in action

Banquet speaker decries Congressman Bob Goodlatte

Keynote Banquet speaker Sharon Lettman-Hicks delivers a rousing address at the 17th Annual NAACP Citizen of the Year Awards Banquet Friday, May 22. – photos by S. Rotan Hale
Keynote Banquet speaker Sharon Lettman-Hicks delivers a rousing address at the 17th Annual NAACP Citizen of the Year Awards Banquet Friday, May 22. – photos by S. Rotan Hale

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generic propecia and woman The Roanoke Branch NAACP held its 17th Annual Citizen of the Year Awards banquet Friday, May 22 at Tanglewood Holiday Inn. Journalist Brie Jackson, of WSLS 10 served as emcee for the well-attended affair that recognizes a host of area individuals and organizations for their achievements and contributions on various levels.

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Craft wins top Athletic and Achievement Award

Senior is first male winner from William Fleming High School since 1986

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Warren Craft and mother Toni Brown stand behind Athletic and Achievement Award trophy.
Warren Craft and mother Toni Brown stand behind Athletic and Achievement Award trophy.

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click This award (equivalent to the Heismen trophy) was presented by the Israel Friedlander Lodge at the Sheraton Roanoke Hotel & Conference Center. Continue reading Craft wins top Athletic and Achievement Award

Hill Street Mother of the Year

Rev. Crystal Smith
Rev. Crystal Smith

go to site Rev. Crystal Smith was honored as Mother of the Year at Hill Street Baptist Church during the 11:00 a.m. worship service on Sunday, May 10.

lasix canada francais Rev. Smith is the daughter of the late John and Mary Smith. She was born and raised in Roanoke and educated in the local public school system. She started her Christian journey as a child at Hill Street Church where she was baptized and is currently one of three associate ministers. She also serves as a member of the Senior Choir and Women’s Choir and also holds the title 2nd Moderator in the Valley Baptist Association. Continue reading Hill Street Mother of the Year