Photo: Government ministers pictured with the Chair of the Cannabis Core Committee, Dr. Wycliffe Baird (center) in the National Assembly Chambers at Government Headquarters. BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, July 31, 2019 (Press Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister) – The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis took another major step towards the relaxation of […]
The Holy Spirit impresses the heart of Churches to host Ministry to Widows and Orphans because of their love for the expression of God’s heart.
By Charmaine Moses One of the first Ministries that developed in the early Church apart from Worship, Prayer, Evangelism and Study of doctrine was the Ministry to Widows. Acts 6:1. This early Church picked up the Ministry to the Widows because of the expression of the love of God. No one designed it, it just […]
A Notice to Appear (NTA) is the first step taken by the American government to begin removal of an immigrant from the country. NTA letters are typically mailed to those who have been denied status in the United States and where there is an engagement of criminal activity. Since Arleigh Louison has been arrested for […]
There is an old saying that says “charity begins at home”, however, it does not end there. This very notion is seen demonstrated by the many Caribbean based not-for-profit organizations in New York and The Trinidad and Tobago Nurses’ Association of America (TTNAA), Inc. is certainly no exception.
There is an old saying that says “charity begins at home”, however, it does not end there. This very notion is seen demonstrated by the many Caribbean based not-for-profit organizations in New York and The Trinidad and Tobago Nurses’ Association of America (TTNAA), Inc. is certainly no exception. Founded in August 1968 by a small […]
As per the American Diabetic Association, it is estimated that an astronomical 18 million men and women residing in the U.S. today live their lives every day with diabetes. What is diabetes? Diabetes is characterized by high blood glucose or sugar levels that ensue from defects in the body’s ability to produce or use insulin.
By Marilyn Silverman Piercing rays of sunshine seep through your closed Venetian blinds. Time to get ready for work. You grab this. You grab that. However, if you are a diabetic there are a few more things you have to grab. It’s easy to manage your diabetes at home. There is your refrigerator and your […]
Bridgetown, Barbados – May 11, 2016: The streets at downtown of Bridgetown, Barbados (Image: Shutterstock) By Victoria Falk Crop Over, Barbados’ 3-month-long summer festival, brings more tourists to Barbados than any other time of the year. According to the Barbados Tourist Board, over 200,000 people flocked to the island in 2018 for Crop Over, with […]
When you meet someone and start the ‘getting to know you’ process, there are many issues that can hinder the formation of a wonderful relationship. Kim was an undocumented immigrant and had met Steven, a citizen of the United States. Both had met while at a public event one night.
By Daisy Campbell When you meet someone and start the ‘getting to know you’ process, there are many issues that can hinder the formation of a wonderful relationship. Kim was an undocumented immigrant and had met Steven, a citizen of the United States. Both had met while at a public event one night. They both […]
Black VegFest is an intersectional vegan festival focused on Black culture, health and wellness, animal welfare and planetary care. Organizers from Grassroots Artists MovEment (G.A.ME), a small NYC not-for-profit, plans to bring over 5000 attendees to Brooklyn. The first Black VegFest brought 2000 attendees on the rainiest day in 2018!
NEW YORK: (Newswire.com): Weeksville Heritage Center hosts Black VegFest’s 2nd Annual in association with proud vegan Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams. New York’s only outdoor two-day vegan festival arrives in Brooklyn, Aug. 10-11, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The festival’s center stage is located at Bergen Street between Rochester and Buffalo Avenues. Most workshops […]
On July 12th, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed Assembly bill 007797 to prohibit "race discrimination based on natural hair or hairstyles" in the state of New York. California passed its own legislation against natural hair discrimination on July 3rd, becoming the first state to ever do so; known as the CROWN (Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair) Act.
Anti-Black racism is an invidious and persistent form of discrimination across the nation and in New York City. Anti-Black racism can be explicit and implicit, individual and structural, and it can manifest through entrenched stereotypes and biases, conscious and unconscious. Anti-Black bias also includes discrimination based on characteristics and cultural practices associated with being Black, […]
A report, published on May 31, concerning misspending of monies from a PetroCaribe Fund implicated two companies closely connected to President Moïse. While he has denied the allegations, protests have intensified.
By Sir Ronald Saunders WASHINGTON, DC – In what is increasingly becoming a pattern of ignoring established procedures and authority in the Organization of American States (OAS), a delegation went to troubled Haiti on June 19 without any discussion or mandate by the Permanent Council, the organ responsible for making and overseeing policy between General […]