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  • The Author’s Corner

    Title: Obsessive Intimacies Author: Yani Release Date: February 14, 2014 The author Yani wrote her first novel when she was 15 years old while attending high school. What started out as just a short story to help her cope with the accidental murder of a friend, turned into a full length novel ...

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  • Morgan State University Welcomed Young African Leaders

    The Center for Global Studies & International Education held the welcoming ceremony of the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI), June 16 in the Murphy Fine Arts Recital Hall. This prestigious program was awarded to the university by the White House. Morgan joined the ranks of 25 other ...

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  • For God’s Sake!

    He was a restless, bored seven-year-old gazing through a rain-stained window of a small black church in East Baltimore when, he swears to God, words began magically appearing on the glass before his eyes.  He blinked twice and read them:  God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten ...

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  • Retirees & Others Feel Redline Tunnel Threatens Sanctity

    After 25 years of nursing, among other occupations over her lifetime, Lorraine Ledbetter sought the solace of retirement in the 300 block of N. Fremont Avenue in West Baltimore when she purchased her home in 1999. Variations on that retirement narrative played out for several individuals in ...

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  • Baltimore City Holds Energy Assistance Fair at Morgan

    The Baltimore City Office of Home Energy Programs held an energy assistance fair for low-income residents on July 1-3 at Morgan State University. Approximately 600 people each day applied for grants to reduce utility bills or avoid service interruption. Assistance was provided for gas and ...

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  • Baltimore Men Stand Against Violence

    Taking yet another opportunity to send the message that Baltimore men are committed to stopping the violence in this city, they gathered, 300 strong at the west end of North Avenue, July 11, supported by neighbors and friends. The annual event, a 10 mile march, was organized by the 300 Men ...

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  • Candidates Agree: Community Connections a Priority

    Former prosecutor Marilyn Mosby says her recent win over incumbent Gregg Bernstein in the race for Baltimore City State’s Attorney won’t change her presence on the streets of Baltimore City. There are still about four months until the general election on Nov. 4 (fewer if you ...

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  • Program Helps Boys Come to Age Despite HIV Challenge

    At 16, Andre Turner’s young world was turned upside down by a thyroid cancer diagnosis. Now a 26-year cancer survivor, Turner developed a program for teenage boys facing a different chronic illness, HIV. The goal: to help them take responsibility for their health and their lives. The ...

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