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The Southern Truth by Dr. Gloria Zuurveen

  It is good to reflect. On this Juneteenth, I took the time to reflect on what it means to me. Juneteenth for as far back as I can remember is in 1968 in Tucson, Arizona. This is where my life pitstop took me at a very young age. Not in Mississippi near the explosion…

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Racism Is Allowing Wildfires To Explode

  Allen Hydro Energy Corporation (AHEC), https://www.ahecEnerg.com, a Clean Energy and Climate Change Mitigation Technology (Rain Maker) Startup founded by Charles E. Campbell, MSW & HBCU Graduate (JSU 90). AHEC’s Rain Maker Wildfire Drone Proposal is being ignored by the Biden- Harris Administration, The White House & Media, while Western Wildfires burn out of control.…

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Congratulations To Lighthouse Christian Academy 2022 Graduates!

By Gloria Zuurveen Editor-in-Chief SANTA MONICA—Lighthouse Christian Academy (LCA) is small but mighty when it comes to academic   education and instilling Christian Character. They are paramount and powerful which leads its students to EXCEL. During the graduating ceremony recently each student spoke about how their Christian faith played a vital role in helping them to…

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LGBTQ Latin Advocacy Organization, Latino Equality Alliance, Announces Honorees Of Its 7th Annual Purple Lily Awards

ABC7 News, GLAAD’s Monica Trasandes, Michaé de la Cuadra, LA LGBT Center’s Alan Acosta, and community trailblazer Nancy Valverde to be recognized at an in-person event on June 23, 2022 Special musical performance by international Latin recording artist and actress Raquenel (Mary Boquitas) Los Angeles, CA.— The Latino Equality Alliance (LEA), a leading Latinx LGBTQ+…

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What’s Going On? Enough is Enough!

The Southern Truth     By Gloria Zuurveen, Editor-in-Chief   What’s going on? Marvin Gaye said it best, that is, in a song. But I say it to ask in our present world system, “What’s going on?” Looking at all the division and derision among the beings of this world which  is owned lock, stock,…

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Bill To Increase Education Funding for  Black Students Moves Forward in Assembly 

By Antonio‌ ‌Ray‌ ‌Harvey‌ ‌|‌ ‌California‌ ‌Black‌ ‌Media‌ With a 7-0 vote, the Assembly Education Committee approved legislation that would require California’s Superintendent of Public Instruction to identify — and provide targeted funding for — the lowest-performing pupil subgroup in the state. That sub-group is Black students. Assemblymembers Akilah Weber (D-San Diego) and Chris Holden…

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A Driver for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ray Fauntroy, A Man of Wisdom With a Vision for Black America, the Drum Call

“The deaths triggered the riots, but the unrest has been fueled for years by a lack of development in black neighborhoods and insensitivity toward those communities by local government,” said Ray Fauntroy, head of the local Southern Christian Leadership Conference chapter after deaths of black men during the Miami race riot in 1989. By Gloria…

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