Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Medical Writing Institute click here

MJoTAtalks click here

Emerald Pademelon Press LLC click here

Peace Scientists click here

Dr Susanna loves the countries and the peoples of Africa

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Bookmark and Share
Follow Us On:
Sierra Leone click here
Ganymede Movies LLP click here
Nigeria click here
Cancer click here
Hurricane click here
Pictures click here
Biafra click here
Bed Stuy Vollies click here
Pastor of most dangerous church in America in the state with the best gun laws. SJ Dodgson MJoTA v7n1 p0222

Feb 22, 2013. I met Pastor David King exactly a year ago, when I was preparing to go to Nigeria as the guest of Captain August Okpe.

Pastor King calls me every now and then to invite me to his church. I haven't gone there yet, he is braver than I am. I have promised to publish his book as an e-book free of charge.

I am putting together a team: we need editors, graphic designers, anyone who wants to fight gun violence without being in the trenches. I am set up for e-publishing on all the readers; and for print publishing.

And have been publishing online and in print since 1997. We will also be looking for folks to donate book printing costs.

His story starts in the apartheid-era south; when schools were desegregated, Black students were bundled together in his school, not taught anything useful. But he could run, and run he did...

In the US, violent death statistics are compiled and an annual report issued by the (CDC) Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Alaska, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon, South Carolina, Colorado, Georgia, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Kentucky, New Mexico, Utah.

Muslims creating peace click here
Bullets kill more than guns click here
How to fly through college and graduate school click here
Decency in Nigerian professionals click here
Keeping it real with Adeola click here
African communities in Philadelphia click here
Shirley Chisholm click here
Malicious, vicious and fraudulent. Macharia Waruingi. Janet Ogundipe Fashakin. Lookman Sulaimon click here
Sylvanie Joseph honored by Bed Stuy Volllies click here
Jan 21 2013 in DC celebrating the inauguration of the US president, the faith and hope of fighters for civil rights, and the birthday of the Prophet Mohammed click here

CACCI at Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York click here
MJoTA Boomerangs click here
Clinton Global Initiative click here
Sidique Wai click here
I like John Liu, because he likes the people of New York. Loves them, probably click here
North to Albany in the subfreezing cold, to hang out with New York State Black politicians. SJ Dodgson MJoTA v7n1 p0222

So why did I travel north through 250 miles of snow and ice that felt and looked like Russia, without the meteor that fell on Friday Feb 15 (to quote chemist and pharmacist Andrew Reinhart, "Russia gets all the cool meteors")?

I wanted to see the democratic process at work. I wanted to celebrate sons and daughters of the Caribbean, of Africa: who are all proud sons and daughters of the United States of America, who are all inheritors of the Declaration of Independence from England, and who have been oppressed and have triumphed from the Constitution of the United States.

I watched the tour de force who is a daughter of Ireland and has raised more than twice as much money as her closest competitor in the race to become New York City's next mayor, Christine Quinn. She is a good friend of the sons and daughters of the Caribbean, she celebrated with CACCI and other leaders in Caribbean communities during the annual West Indian Day parade on Labor Day 2012; I have seen her at CACCI functions. She understands the political process, she is popular with her peers: as a daughter of Ireland myself I am immensely proud of Christine Quinn and wish her well in her quest to become mayor. Her competitor John Liu is usually at CACCI events, he is at every Caribbean event and most African events I have been to in the past 3 years, he was there Saturday: I wish him well too.

I spoke with Hakeem Jeffries, who, like Chris Quinn, greets everyone he meets as if they are the only person he wants to be talking to at that time. I went to Congressman Jeffries' Brooklyn inauguration celebration in January: he is on his way to make his mark. I have also seen him at CACCI events.

Senator Eric Adams is another candidate for office: he is currently a senator in the New York State Legislation and wants to be the next Borough President of Brooklyn. I hope so. He gave a great speech during the Martin Luther King jr celebrations that CACCI hosted at Borough Hall hosted in January. Senator Adams was a policeman before he became a politician. Marty Markowitz is the current Brooklyn Borough President and is popular and effective: he has a parrot he calls his son, and has bubbling enthusiasm for all things Brooklyn. He raised funds for the Bed Stuy Vollies headquarters, wonderful public servant. We are expecting continuing good stewardship by Senator Adams.

Councilmember Leroy Comrie hosted a party that was filled with friends and supporters who had driven from Queens to support him. I first met him in July 2012 when Saul Joseph took me with him to a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Jamaican independence. Where I tasted rum punch. Lord, I don't drink alcohol, but if I start, rum punch would be why I would. He was there too at the West Indian Day Parade. He is up for re-election to New York City Council.

My favorite elected officials who are on the path to great things whom I follow avidly include Rodneyse Bichotte. She always looks professional and gorgeous, and gave a rousing speech thanking CACCI leader Dr Roy Hastick and delighting in the democratic process. She is a district leader, and is not a candidate in the 2013 elections, but will be in the 2014 elections.

And of course, the enormously popular Councilmember Jumaane D Williams. He is up for re-election this year, and I urge everyone in his Brooklyn district to vote for him. It is anyone's guess what he will be running for in 2017. But I know it will be something big, and his loyal supporters will follow him.

News feeds. Over 150 real-time news feeds are included on this site. Sometimes news feeds stop working for a few hours or a few days, and then work again. Sometimes the RSS link needs to be updated. We try our best.

The goal of the news feeds is to hear the voice of the country profiled, or the experts in global warming and health. First hand news from first hand sources.

Our main second-hand source is Wikipedia, which is an extraordinary grass-roots operation striving for truth in instant and ancient reporting.