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On Jan. 31, the same day the administration of United States President Donald Trump issued a proclamation on National African American History Month 2020, which partly stated: “our great Nation is strengthened and enriched by citizens of every race, religion, color, and creed,” the administration also brazenly issued a travel ban on various nationals from several African and predominantly Muslim countries.

“It is disturbing to witness a global leader toying with people’s lives and we must not stop fighting until Donald Trump is removed from office”– Caribbean American Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke is outraged at the administration of President Donald Trump’s decision to prevent Caribbean nationals seeking public assistance from gaining permanent United States residence or “green cards”.

NEW YORK –The Barbadian-born rector of St. Paul’s Church in the Village of Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York says the celebration of Black History Month in the United States is “a necessary and conscious action.

Many young women still buy into the notion that they can marry a much older man and still expect to have a balanced meaningful relationship and live happily ever after.

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