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Receives VA Tech’s 2015 Alumni Award

Anthony Kwame Harrison, Associate Professor, Sociology
Anthony Kwame Harrison, Associate Professor, Sociology

real viagra price germany BLACKSBURG, VA — Anthony “Kwame” Harrison, the Gloria D. Smith Professor of Africana Studies and associate professor of sociology in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech, received the university’s 2015 Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching

http://saasbooks.com/?search=canadian-pharmacy-cialis Created in 1982 by the Virginia Tech Alumni Association, the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching is presented to two Virginia Tech faculty members each year. Recipients are selected by the university’s Academy of Teaching Excellence from among those faculty members who have received Certificates of Teaching Excellence from their respective colleges in the preceding three years. Each recipient is awarded $2,000 and is inducted into the Academy of Teaching Excellence. Continue reading Receives VA Tech’s 2015 Alumni Award

High Street Baptist Church Food Pantry Ministry Honored

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Grandin Theatre hosts 2015 film festival

http://sterlingpentecostalchurch.com/?search=levitra-generic-vs Hollywood is coming to Roanoke. The past, present and future will come together for a star studded Film Festival at the historic Grandin Theatre. The four-day event will honor Roanoke’s rich film history including a special screening of Oscar Micheaux’s Body and Soul. Micheaux is considered one of the country’s first African American filmmakers. Continue reading Grandin Theatre hosts 2015 film festival

Ringing out the old and in another new year . . .

go to site Thanks to YOU—The Roanoke Tribune is now 76 years old—and still growing—and still “All in the (same) Family!”

http://acrossaday.com/?search=use-of-accutane-durring-alchohol This year marks another giant milestone of survival for “The paper with a purpose” that has been “Making and recording Black History since 1939.”

http://bpsreno.com/?search=prednisone-10-mg-tabs Although all forms of media have some purpose what distinguishes us is that purpose. Even the purpose of this small voice is different under the present editor and staff than that of my father’s, founding editor, F.E. Alexander, 76 years ago. My purpose however, remains the same as when I took the helm (reluctantly) after purchasing the paper from my father following his Fourth of July auto accident in 1971. Continue reading Ringing out the old and in another new year . . .

“Coexist”— A response from Matt Fitzgerald

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http://acrossaday.com/?search=can-accutane-cause-arrythmias Daily Devotional writer Matt Fitzgerald made a controversial confession: COEXIST bumper stickers rub him the wrong way. Many readers responded via email and Facebook, and about 70 percent of readers disagreed with the commentary. One reader asked Fitzgerald for clarification about his objection to the term, and this is his response. Continue reading “Coexist”— A response from Matt Fitzgerald