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Global Leadership Is Important For Us To Build Always Upward

By Jeffrey Gu, 2019 Luce 24 Under 24 Award Recipient New York, N.Y.  “Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet:” Audre Lorde, ordained Gamba Adisa meaning “She who makes her meaning known,” once proclaimed, “the difference between poetry and rhetoric is being ready to kill yourself instead of your children.” Lorde lived as an exemplar for the old […]

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Succeeding While Black – 5 Ways to Avoid Altercations with Police

By Matthew R. Drayton New York, N.Y.  During the past few months, there has been numerous incidents— some tragic—where police officers were accused of brutality and abuse of power against African Americans, including Ferguson, South Carolina and New York being the most well-known. Some of the incidents were caught on video. There are nearly 780,000 […]

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WonderWorks Syracuse to Reopen Select Activities on August 7, 2020

Army Sergeant Seeks Help to Bring Two Rescue Dogs Back to America

Alcatraz East Crime Museum Highlights 100th Anniversary of the Women’s Suffrage Amendment

Doctor Offers Advice on Boosting Immune System to Help Beat COVID-19

Problem Solving Summer Solutions

Guests Weigh in On Binge-Worthy Crime Shows at New “What’s Your Crime?” Alcatraz East Crime Museum Exhibit