Sgt. William Shemin and Pvt. Henry Johnson receive
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June 30, 2015
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Sgt. William Shemin and Pvt. Henry Johnson receive
June 29, 2015
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You’ve probably heard about the so-called Clinton “scandals.” Now, thanks to a new e-book, you can separate fact from fiction.
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For a limited time only, “The Hunting of Hillary” is available to download for free. Drawn from the pages of the national bestseller, “The Hunting of the President: The Ten-Year Campaign to Destroy Bill and Hillary Clinton,”
June 28, 2015
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The late Marian Anderson had a vibrant contralto of intrinsic beauty.
Standing left is Jessye Norman, with a Falcon voice otherwise known as
dramatic mezzo spinto range. James Levine, renowned conductor
and Kathleen Battle, has an operatic light lyric soprano known for her
distinctive vocal range and tone. Carnegie Hall_March 1990
June 27, 2015
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June 23, 2015
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President Barack Obama’s glad he said what he said.
And he believes America proved his point on Monday: Even in the wake of an amateur white supremacist shooting nine African-Americans to death in a historically black church in the hopes of inciting a race war, we still struggle to have a genuine discussion about race in this country.
Aides said that walking into Marc Maron’s garage to tape a podcast on Friday, Obama knew he’d probably get asked about race, and he knew roughly what he wanted to say. When the taping ended, he could guess that most people would focus on the president of the United States, the nation’s black president, using the most racially charged word in the English language.
When the interview went live Monday morning, the news went everywhere: Obama said “nigger.”
June 22, 2015
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Three months ago, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz was widely ridiculed for his idea to get people talking, over Starbucks coffee, about race relations in America. Though he quickly backtracked on a piece of the plan that would have had employees directly engaging customers in discussions about race, he isn’t abandoning the issue.
On Thursday, June 18, Schultz sent a memo to Starbucks employees in the US about the mass shooting that occurred the evening before in a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina. The memo began:
“My heart is heavy for Charleston today and the senseless hate crime that has impacted not only that community, but our Starbucks family and our nation as a whole. Emanuel AME Church is a historic place of worship which has played a strong role in the civil rights movement. And, in times like these, we search for answers for how such a horrific act could happen. Now more than ever, I feel the need to reach out to each of you and express my concern, my disbelief and my hope that we can be there for the community and with one another to unite and to heal.”–
Schultz was in Charleston, visiting two Starbucks coffee shops not far from the church and one on the campus of the College of Charleston.
— Seaton Brown (@seatonbrown) June 19, 2015–
A Starbucks spokeswoman says Schultz met with about 75 employees during his visit, and says the company is “working to see what support we can provide to the local community.”
At least some of the responses to Schultz’s efforts to confront the topic of race relations seem a little more receptive this time around.
June 21, 2015
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Paulo Coelho, novelist, lyricist, musician with the many
I'm an Ambassador for Artists, Entrepreneurs and Creative Professionals as we Explore and Create a New Economy together based on a different mindset than what has been prevalent for the past 50 years.