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"Young Voices, Young Minds"

This evening on 'Connecting the Dots' 7PM to 9PM at HarambeeRadio.com "Young Voices, Young Minds" CTD has always been about the next gener…

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0 Jun 19, 2015

WEDNESDAYS ON PEOPLE TV: A FEATURE PRESENTATION OF THE AMBASSADOR'S REPORT

The Afrodescendant World of today is the most interesting conversation, news items, headlines and advertising sellers yet the least promote…

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0 Jun 17, 2015

Conversation Between Maurice Muhammad and Wendy Craig of the Uhuru movement

One thing I found very interesting is the white people pay this group reparations yearly above their normal dues amount. I think this year…

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23 May 9, 2015
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Warmongering Techniques

                                             From The Ramparts                                             Junious Ricardo Stanton         …

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0 Apr 17, 2015

Interpreter's alleged link to CIA halts Guantanamo case

Posted: Feb 09, 2015 12:24 PM EST Updated: Feb 09, 2015 4:49 PM EST (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File). FILE - In this Nov. 19, 2013 file p…

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0 Feb 16, 2015

Senators call for investigation into Verizon 'supercookies'

Posted: Feb 06, 2015 1:52 PM EST Updated: Feb 09, 2015 12:37 PM EST Posted: Feb 06, 2015 1:52 PM EST Updated: Feb 09, 2015 12:37 PM EST  …

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0 Feb 11, 2015

Eavesdropping concerns in Samsung smart TVs

Posted: Feb 10, 2015 1:34 AM EST Updated: Feb 11, 2015 5:12 PM EST By YOUKYUNG LEE  AP Technology Writer SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - Watch w…

Started by Diane Friday-Travel Specialist

0 Feb 11, 2015

WORD DOCTOR; WORD SMITH & WORD SPELLER... a Story about The Way

By Elder PaPaSun Lt. Col. Clifford Roy Jackson Kenya Ajanaku Apostle Tippy Hassan Hassan The Artiste Raheem Nigger Boy Daddy Uncle Cousin H…

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0 Jan 29, 2015

HOW AL SHARPTON MAKE HIS MONEY FROM CORPORATIONS...

Want to influence a casino bid? Polish your corporate image? Not be labeled a racist? Then you need to pay Al Sharpton. For more than a dec…

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1 Jan 4, 2015
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"WHAT WILL RECEIVING REPARATIONS ENTAIL"

This was the question asked by Our Dear Sistah Terraine the day before. It will first of all entail us to... 'COME OUT OF "HER" MY PEOPLE:…

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4 Dec 18, 2014
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Cancer patient feels 'privileged to be alive' after NHS trial treatment

Taking part in clinical trials can bring enormous benefits, but few people are signing up

Breast screen error 'could have been spotted earlier'

A leading cancer expert says the problems date back to 2005, but no one was properly checking the data.

Tax rises needed 'to prevent NHS misery'

Influential economists argue an extra £2,000 per UK household is needed over the next 15 years.

Bank holiday warning over gardening and DIY accidents

Surgeons say this time of year can bring a spike in accidents with gardening and DIY equipment.

Water resistant sunscreen claims ‘meaningless’, says Which?

The creams work much less well after they have been worn in the sea, warns consumer group Which?.

High levels of screen time linked to cancer and heart disease

Researchers in Glasgow analysed the amount of time 390,000 people spent looking at TV and computer screens.

Ebola outbreak in DR Congo: Patients 'taken to church'

Two of the three patients who were taken from the treatment centre for prayers have died.

Campaigners in court over NHS policy

The group - backed by Prof Stephen Hawking before his death - is challenging creation of new health management bodies.

GPs call for more help to tackle 'epidemic of loneliness'

Doctors in Northern Ireland say loneliness has become a "public health epidemic".

Toddlers to help dementia patients in Conwy restore memories

Toddlers spend time with dementia patients in Colwyn Bay to test the potential for restoring memory.

London Ambulance Service taken out of special measures

A watchdog says "innovative changes" helped boost London Ambulance Service's performance.

Blitz on sweet treats sees slow start

The sugar hit in puddings, biscuits and chocolate remains high despite a crackdown.

Lini Puthussery: India's 'hero' nurse who died battling Nipah virus

Lini Puthussery is among 10 people who died in the viral outbreak in India's southern Kerala state.

Hundreds of ambulance staff work days lost due to abuse

There have been 2,278 reported incidents of abuse on ambulance staff since 2012/2013, figures show.

Doctors explain Michael Jackson's impossible dance move

Spine experts reveal the improbable dynamics of the "Smooth Criminal" lean.

Malaria genetics: study shows how disease became deadly

A genetic study reveals the secrets of how malaria evolved to be a killer of humans.

Drug addicts in Scotland 'waiting up to six months' for treatment

Experts say more people with drug and alcohol problems should be fast-tracked for treatment.

Missing microbes 'cause' childhood cancer

Early exposure to microbes may help protect children against a type of leukaemia, says a UK scientist.

BBC presenter Rachael Bland reveals 'incurable' cancer

Cancer blogger Rachael Bland says she is now a 'lab rat', as her hopes rest on clinical trials.

Ebola outbreak: Experimental vaccinations begin in DR Congo

Some 4,000 vaccines are being used to try to stop an outbreak that has killed at least 26 people.

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