It is now 2020, and Black owned media in America is struggling to stay alive, and many in mainstream media believe Black media is not necessary. “Black ownership is dying,” said Armstrong Williams, whose Howard Stirk Holdings owns seven of the Black-owned commercial television stations. “Newspaper ownership, radio ownership – but it’s probably hit TV the hardest.”
Despite the success of new and established programs that support family members and friends caring for people living with dementia, many remain unknown or unavailable to the caregivers who need them the most.
Another lump of coal! That’s all immigrants got again this Christmas from Trump & Co., aka The President and his personal attorney, also known as the Attorney General of the USA Bill Barr.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – For all our progress, our science and our technology – for all the advancement made in combating diseases and poverty, hunger and conflict – something is not working. And people are taking it to the streets.