NAACP New Rochelle Branch Demands Extension of School Election to Protect Those Most Vulnerable to Coronavirus
By RICHARD St. PAUL, Esq.

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“GIVE US THE BALLOT” NِEW ROCHELLE, NY — June 3, 2020 — The New Rochelle Branch of the NAACP Executive Committee voted last night at a special meeting to issue a statement calling on the New Rochelle Board of Education (NRBoE) to insure the voting rights of residents in the upcoming school election scheduled for June 9, 2020. “Since the appointment of …

TribuneNAACP New Rochelle Branch Demands Extension of School Election to Protect Those Most Vulnerable to Coronavirus
By RICHARD St. PAUL, Esq.

Oren M. Levin Waldman, Ph.D., Socio-Economic Research Scholar, Chris Fink, Candidate for Congress, Shawyn Patterson-Howard, Mount Vernon Mayor, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large on Westchester On the Level – Wednesday, June 3, 2020 @ 10am EST

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What is Wrong with Minneapolis?
By Dr. CALEB VERBOIS

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GROVE CITY, PA — June 1, 2020 — Earlier this week during a routine arrest Minneapolis police officers knelt on George Floyd’s neck for several minutes, finally killing him. This act fits a long and too-frequent pattern of incidents where police use substantial and often lethal force for minor offenses (in this case, police were called because Floyd allegedly attempted …

TribuneWhat is Wrong with Minneapolis?
By Dr. CALEB VERBOIS

Demystifying Medicare ONLINE
By JULIE WOODWARD

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — May 30, 2020 — Because COVID  has forced libraries and community centers to  cancel  their  events this spring,  WSOS’s  light-hearted and interactive  “Demystifying Medicare” workshops have  also been postponed.  But, the Westchester Library System does  not  want  anyone  to lose  out on  this ongoing opportunity to learn how  Medicare works,  since  a complete understanding of  the …

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By JULIE WOODWARD

Civil Rights Expert and Law Professor Tracey Brame on the Death of George Floyd

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KALAMAZOO, MI — May 30, 2020 — “The nation is once again reeling from the effects of the death of a person of color at the hands of those who are supposed to protect and serve each of us,” said WMU-Cooley Associate Dean Tracey Brame, who has extensive experience in the area of civil rights. “Following the death of George …

TribuneCivil Rights Expert and Law Professor Tracey Brame on the Death of George Floyd

John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher/Editor; Michael Edelman, Esq., Political Analyst / Pundit; and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor-at-Large on Westchester On the Level, Monday, May 25, 2020 @10am EST

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Participate by calling: (347) 205-9201. Listen to this broadcast “Live” or “On Demand” via the Internet … http://tobtr.com/s/11734082  Please note the broadcast goes “live” at 10am sharp  and is archived within 15 minutes after the 12Noon EST conclusion of the broadcast. The topics/subjects of discussion are defined herein:  PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL; WHITE PLAINS, NY; and YONKERS, NY — May …

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A Model of Success: How Taiwan Was Able to Reopen School Since February 25, 2020
By SOPHIA WU

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YONKERS, NY — May 23, 2020 — Taiwan has remained very vigilant about the pandemic since early January. Since I was born and raised in Taiwan, I managed to get inside information from my friends and family who work or taught from the earliest days the pandemic became known in Taiwan, as well as from reading the news via the …

TribuneA Model of Success: How Taiwan Was Able to Reopen School Since February 25, 2020
By SOPHIA WU

Mike Eruzione Congratulates and Honors School of Professional Studies Graduates at Manhattanville College
MARK JEFFERS

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PURCHASE, NY — May 23, 2020 — USA hockey team captain Mike Eruzione joined a Zoom call to help celebrate and congratulate Master’s Degree graduates from the School of Professional Studies recently. Forty years after celebrating a world shocking win over the Russians in the Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey semifinals, and following that with a Gold Medal win over Finland, …

Mark JeffersMike Eruzione Congratulates and Honors School of Professional Studies Graduates at Manhattanville College
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Rose Slams Decision to Prematurely End National Guard Deployments

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Congressman, who deployed with National Guard to help stand up emergency hospital on Staten Island: ‘Intentionally ending orders one day short of a deadline for National Guard soldiers to receive benefits for their heroic sacrifices is the definition of heartless’ STATEN ISLAND, NY — May 19, 2020 — Congressman Max Rose, a Captain in the National Guard, issued the following …

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Letter to the Editor: Low-Income Students Told to Take a “2nd Seat”
By Education Advocate DUNCAN KIRKWOOD

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Dr. Frances Wills and the NY State Board of Regents’ Recent Decision Will Harm Hundreds of Black Children BUFFALO, NY — May 16, 2020 — In a recent meeting the New York State Board of Regents (NYSBoR) voted to deny the renewal of Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School (Buff Sci) even though it was recommended to them by the …

TribuneLetter to the Editor: Low-Income Students Told to Take a “2nd Seat”
By Education Advocate DUNCAN KIRKWOOD