Clarke and Haiti Caucus Co-Chairs Lead Letter to Biden Administration Urging Protections for Haitian Migrants and Humanitarian Assistance for Haiti

Clarke and Haiti Caucus Co-Chairs Lead Letter to Biden Administration Urging Protections for Haitian Migrants and Humanitarian Assistance for Haiti

Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke. Editorial credit: a katz / Shutterstock.com Listen to the interview with Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke here: Washington, D.C. — Today, Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke (NY-09), along with Haiti Caucus Co-Chairs Ayanna Pressley (MA-07) and Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick (FL-20), led a group of 50 lawmakers urging the Biden Administration to redesignate Haiti for Temporary […]

What are Effective Strategies for Achieving Peace of Mind While Managing Stress in Estate Planning?

What are Effective Strategies for Achieving Peace of Mind While Managing Stress in Estate Planning?

Originally published on willsandestate.nyc. As April unfolds, it brings Stress Awareness Month, a poignant reminder of the significance of managing stress across all facets of life. Amidst the myriad of stressors individuals face daily, estate planning and elder law matters stand out as areas where stress can become particularly overwhelming. The complexities inherent in these […]

How City and State Leaders Can Meet the Child Care Crisis

How City and State Leaders Can Meet the Child Care Crisis

New York City and State are in the midst of government budget negotiations, and the expiration of Federal emergency Covid relief funding has pushed our ongoing child care crisis into both conversations.  It’s a major crisis for families and also for child care providers. The Federal government recommends that affordable child care should cost no more […]

US Should Stop Deportations to Haiti Because It’s Against American Interests and Values

US Should Stop Deportations to Haiti Because It’s Against American Interests and Values

Editorial credit: David Peinado Romero / Shutterstock.com By America’s Voice Washington, DC — Yesterday, the United States reinstituted deportations to Haiti, sending dozens of Haitians back to dangerous conditions in the nation via the first deportation flight to the nation since January. As Guerline Jozef, Co-founder and Executive Director of Haitian Bridge Alliance, the Black Immigrants Bail Fund, […]

The Rise & Power of Ethnic Voters: Shaping the Future of American Elections

The Rise & Power of Ethnic Voters: Shaping the Future of American Elections

Editorial credit: a katz / Shutterstock.com By Pearl Phillip In the realm of American politics, the influence of ethnic voters is becoming increasingly significant as the demographics of the nation evolves. The voices of minorities, people of color, and immigrants are shaping the political landscape in an unprecedented way in the 2024 election cycle. The […]

OECS Athletes Compete at CARIFTA Aquatics

OECS Athletes Compete at CARIFTA Aquatics

In the XXXVII CARIFTA Aquatics Championships, the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States enjoyed significant representation, with Martinique, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia, Grenada, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines all figuring in the medal count. Over four days of competition at the Betty Kelly-Kenning Aquatic Centre in Nassau, The Bahamas, some 500 athletes from 25 […]

Barbados’ Mature Tax Jurisdiction Status Critical To Development

Barbados’ Mature Tax Jurisdiction Status Critical To Development

By Julie Carrington | Barbados Government Information Service Minister in Economic Affairs and Investment, Senator Chad Blackman, is suggesting that Barbados, as a mature tax jurisdiction, must continue to be a “beacon” in the Americas.  He stated this today while delivering the feature address at the Barbados Revenue Authority’s Global Tax Update hybrid session at […]

Travel Advisors Critical to Jamaica’s Tourism Growth

Travel Advisors Critical to Jamaica’s Tourism Growth

Editorial credit: Debbie Ann Powell / Shutterstock.com By Linda Hohnholz | eTurboNews Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett has emphasized the critical role that travel advisors play in advancing the growth of Jamaica’s tourism. Speaking at a special luncheon to honor top travel advisors in Northeast America, the Minister reflected on the effort and dedication […]

Advancing The Rights of Girls and Women Promotes Justice and is also Effective Climate Action

Advancing The Rights of Girls and Women Promotes Justice and is also Effective Climate Action

By Grace M. Jaramillo | The Conversation Across the world, climate change disproportionately impacts the lives of girls, yet children are often forgotten in climate policy. I recently led a team of student researchers from the University of British Columbia to better understand why this is the case during field research in the Dominican Republic. Our […]

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