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Jay-Z – Black Generational Wealth

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Nyesha Stone -  Last year, rapper Jay-Z released an album entitled “4:44,” in which he taught financial literacy through his verses. Jay-Z came from nothing and he’s grown to learn how to accumulate wealth, something the average person isn’t taught how to do. Most Black children attend public
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Dr. Patricia McManus: Comments Clarified

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After speaking with Dr. Patricia McManus, our newly appointed interim Health Depattment Commissioner, it was clear that she wanted to make clarifications about her position on childhood vaccinations and she shared with me this staten1ent: "My daughter received all of her imn1unizations as a child, and all of
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ONFYAH Celebrates Their Third Birthday

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Danielle Miller - Following their performance for the 34th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. event at the Marcus Center for Performing Arts, the local dance company ONFYAH celebrated their third birthday in time to go on tour. “A lot of these shows they did last year were a
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Understanding the Depth of Black History

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By Senator, Lena C. Taylor -  The United States has recognized black history annually since February 12, 1926, first as “Negro History Week” and later as “Black History Month.” The observance was created by noted Harvard scholar and historian Dr. Carter C. Woodson, who chose the month of
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UNCOM’s New Executive Director, Michelle Hinton

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By: Ana Martinez-Ortiz -  In early January with the spirit of resolutions and change in the air, United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee, known as UNCOM announced their new executive director, Michelle Hinton. According to their website, UNCOM began in 1995. The driving force behind the union of several neighborhood
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