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Vinita Lark Williams

Company: All Things Culinary Personal Chef, Instructor & Caterer Contact info: 323-732-5376, mobile 310-343-0922 Vinita’s culinary point-of-view: I find joy in creatively mixing exotic spices into my favorite Southern recipes. I bring home and infuse my dishes with spices and foods from far-flung locations. These include Jamaica, Asia, France, Puerto
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Ronald H. Brewington

Ron Brewington is a well-known veteran entertainment reporter in the greater Los Angeles area. He’s also an associate professor at Santa Monica College and a past adjunct professor at West Los Angeles College, teaching broadcasting and journalism. He has also guest lectured at USC and UCLA Extension. Brewington is also
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U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Hears Testimony On Detroit Water Shutoffs

DETROIT (Reuters) – A federal bankruptcy judge on Monday heard testimony from low-income families in Detroit who say they suffered hardships when the city cut off their water with no warning and are suing to prevent such shutoffs from happening again. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes – currently overseeing Detroit’s
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Judge Mablean Ephriam

Judge Mablean Ephriam was born to Robert and Mable Ephriam in Hazlehurst, Mississippi. In anticipation of her future in law, Judge Mablean began her employment career as a Correctional Officer for the Federal Bureau of Prisons in the Women’s Prison at Terminal Island, San Pedro, California. After about two years,
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Stanford’s Jennifer Eberhardt wins MacArthur ‘genius’ grant

Jennifer Eberhardt is fascinated with objects. It may seem an incongruous fixation for a social psychologist, but it helped the Stanford University associate professor land a spot among the creative and academic elite Wednesday, when the MacArthur Foundation awarded her its “genius” fellowship. Eberhardt, 49, was cited for her efforts
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In Whose Garden Did the Harlem Renaissance Grow?

Amazing Fact About the Negro No. 91: Which black female poet owned a garden house that became a popular home-away-from-home down South for the leading lights of the Harlem Renaissance? Nearly a century ago, out of the bitter soil of Jim Crow segregation and the First World War, sprang one
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Judge Kevin A. Ross

Kevin Andrew Ross (born June 1, 1963) is an American host of the syndicated court show America’s Court with Judge Ross, a producer, communications strategist, and former judge on the Los Angeles County Superior Court in California. A Los Angeles native, Ross attended Gardena High School, where he was student
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American Black Women Face Grim Unemployment Statistics

Unemployment rates are falling for nearly every group of Americans — except for black women. About 10.6 percent of adult African-American women age 20 or older are unemployed, unchanged from a year ago, according to Friday’s jobs report from the Labor Department. Unemployment for all adult women declined to 5.7
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