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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, May 12, 2017: On Saturday, May 6, 2017, over 130,000 mainly Caucasian-Americans gathered in the stands and on the grounds of Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, to witness the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby. Many of the women flaunted crazy hats, while the men guzzled mint julep and most sang along with the Kentucky’s state song, “My Old Kentucky Home.”
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 5, 2017: It feels like eons since Donald Trump was named President of the United States, but sadly it’s only been 100 days. And alas the only achievement Trump can point to is his agenda to criminalize all immigrants and sow seeds of division and hate. What a F-ailure!
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 5, 2017: I was well into writing this week’s episode titled “Trash Talk.” It was going to be my most pointed criticism of Trump yet.  And every word of it is just as true as it was before I changed my mind about this week’s subject. And I will be writing that episode very soon maybe next week but...
What have you told your kids about Blacks’ Wall Street? The first thing they should know is that it’s not in New York. The basic thing they should come to understand and appreciate is the legacy of Black Wall Street one of success. Tell all willing to listen that in 1921, the Greenwood district neighbourhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was site of one of America’s the most devastating mass execution. It was a massacre so ghastly, many chose to forget it. Contemporary African Americans need to know and understand the exceptional history of Tulsa’s “Black Wall Street” and understand what happened to it. In early 1900, Greenwood, with its Archer and Pine Streets tracts, aka Black Wall Street, was a thriving business district of African-American owned businesses, a middle and upper class, schools, hospitals, and theaters. It was a bustling commercial and social “island” on the Northeast side of Boom Town Tulsa.
Regarding the recent verdict of a lawsuit brought against the United States of America, and involving a physician formerly employed at Jessie Trice Community Health Center, Inc., we are deeply saddened by the unfortunate outcome experienced by Ms. Dixon and Mr. Thornton on the birth of their newborn. Jessie Trice Community Health Center, Inc. wants to ensure the public and the communities that we serve of our steadfast efforts in practicing the highest quality of health care and preventive services and in selecting highly-qualified providers. We remain diligent in our continued commitment to provide high standards of patient care and treatment to our patients and communities. Jessie Trice Community Health Center, Inc. has been serving the community since 1967, and in 2016, provided quality health care services to over 47,000 patients who visited our centers more than 187,000 times.  
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