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The next chapter in the struggle for racial justice

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source url Is it the straw that broke the camel’s back or the spark that ignited a forest fire? Any way you look at it, the events of August 9 in Ferguson, Mo., awakened many Americans to a reality too well known in communities of color throughout the nation. From New York City to Los Angeles, Cleveland, Cincinnati and—just this past weekend—Milwaukee, the story repeats itself: unarmed African-American male shot to death by police officer. Continue reading The next chapter in the struggle for racial justice

Local NAACP Excellence Awards program highlights area youth ‘Impactors’

Honorees: RCPS educators honored by the NAACP, (from left): Jeff May of Westside Elementary; Ruth Claytor; Principal Archie Freeman and Bobby Martin, head football coach, all of William Fleming High School. Others honored (not pictured) included: Carolyn Patterson; Councilwoman Anita Price and Pastor Dwight & Mrs. Connie Steele of Pilgrim Baptist Church.
Honorees: RCPS educators honored by the NAACP, (from left): Jeff May of Westside Elementary; Ruth Claytor; Principal Archie Freeman and Bobby Martin, head football coach, all of William Fleming High School. Others honored (not pictured) included: Carolyn Patterson; Councilwoman Anita Price and Pastor Dwight & Mrs. Connie Steele of Pilgrim Baptist Church.

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=prednisone-5mg The Roanoke NAACP Youth Council made an awesome presence at the “2nd Annual Impactors of Excellence Awards program” on Sunday, March 8, at Pilgrim Baptist Church. Each member demonstrated Excellence as they served as Mistress and Master of Ceremonies, presenters of the honorees, devotion leaders, commemorators, dancers, ushers and singers in the NAACP Choir.   The NAACP chant and the CREDO led by Erin Hilton helped the audience understand why these youth are NAACP warriors.   It was all about the youth and they made an IMPACT that day. Continue reading Local NAACP Excellence Awards program highlights area youth ‘Impactors’

Omegas Declare 2015 Talent Hunt Winners!

comprare vardenafil Umbria An appreciative audience witnessed a variety of talents displayed from high school students at the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.’s 2015 Annual Talent Hunt Contest on Friday, February 27, 2015 in the William Fleming HS auditorium. Talents ranged from instrumental (double bass), vocal contemporary, vocal classical and dance.

Winners (from left): Devin Arrington, Kai-Washington-Brown, Omega Basileus Darnell Glover and Guy Smith.
Winners (from left): Devin Arrington, Kai-Washington-Brown, Omega Basileus Darnell Glover and Guy Smith.

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=find-cheap-pharmacy-prednisone-best-price The winners, Kai Washington-Brown First-Place; Devin Arrington, Second Place and Guy Smith, Third Place, were among 9 contestants participating in the local competition.  The winners won $250.00, $175.00 and $100.00 respectively. Continue reading Omegas Declare 2015 Talent Hunt Winners!

Roanoke native among nation’s Black Engineers of the Year

Gen. David Hamlar, Jr.
Gen. David Hamlar, Jr.

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=using-20mg-prednisone-for-10-days WASHINGTON,DC – Brigadier General David Hamlar, Jr., dentist, doctor, Airman, National Guard Officer, is now also one of the nation’s Black Engineers of the Year. He received the Black Engineer of the Year Award at the 10th Annual Stars & Stripes Dinner held February 6, 2015, from Air Force Lt. Gen. Joseph Lengyel, Vice Chief, National Guard Bureau.

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=comprare-viagra-generico-25-mg-spedizione-veloce-a-Verona On Friday, March 5. Brig. Gen. Hamlar was recognized for his  “trailblazing life of extroadinary accomplishments.”  Continue reading Roanoke native among nation’s Black Engineers of the Year

First Roanoke International Women’s Day event held

Participants were inspired by the diversity and depth of experience of the panelists for Roanoke’s first International Women’s Day. Google dedicated their search engine to International Women’s Day and events around the world are trending in social media.

The event started with Girl Scouts of America Troop 1051 leading the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance.  Continue reading First Roanoke International Women’s Day event held