A New Day: Civil Rights Moment and Young People
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The Next Unsung Heroes  “A riot is the language of the unheard”  ~ Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King YONKERS, NY— June 3, 2020 — Last week, Mr. George Floyd, a 46-year-old man, was murdered by a Minnesota police officer as he kneeled on his neck. We later found out that there were two other police officers kneeling on his back …

eHeziA New Day: Civil Rights Moment and Young People
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Read The Westchester Guardian – June 21, 2012 Edition

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Thoughts About The Season By Michael Edelman, Sam Zherka, and Hezi Aris

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In this joyous holiday season with the New Year’s festivities only days away, it would seem to  behoove us to reflect on the greatness of our nation and what made it become a beacon of freedom throughout the world. In other words, although We may disagree with each other on various policies and ideologies, we all recognize that what makes …

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Weir Only Human: Political Criticism Should be Colorblind BY BOB WEIR

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When the first African-American was elected to thepresidency of the United States one would have thought that race would become a less serious issue for the country to deal with. Au contraire; after only about 18 months in office, accusations of racism rival those of a generation ago when the thought of a black president seemed very remote. It was to be expected that blacks would …

eHeziWeir Only Human: Political Criticism Should be Colorblind BY BOB WEIR