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Turnaround Tuesday receives 2017 Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award

Turnaround Tuesday, a program that helps formerly incarcerated individuals and others looking for a fresh start to re-enter the workforce, was awarded the 2017 Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award  Saturday, Oct. 7 in Baltimore. The program, part of the nonprofit Baltimoreans […]

Turnaround Tuesday receives 2017 Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award

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Turnaround Tuesday, a program that helps formerly incarcerated individuals and others looking for a fresh start to re-enter the workforce, was awarded the 2017 Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award  Saturday, Oct. 7 in Baltimore. The program, part of the nonprofit Baltimoreans […]

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Get your motor running

October 14 is National Motorcycle Ride Day, but rather than focus on just one day, the Cape May - Lewes Ferry is declaring October Motorcycle Month. Throughout the month

Semper Fi Fund addresses suicide awareness, mental health issues and PTSD

Semper Fi Fund Releases New Video Series Addressing Suicide Awareness, PTSD and Veteran Mental Health Issues Set of Videos — “In Your Corner,” A New Documentary, Deliver Insights from Service

Citizens Against Government Waste releases Prime Cuts 2017: Balances Budget within three years

(Washington, D.C.) – Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) today released Prime Cuts 2017, the latest edition of the group’s comprehensive waste-cutting recommendations that would eliminate unnecessary and ineffective federal

Civil Rights Commissioner Peter Kirsanow issues statement supporting Trump’s DACA decision

WASHINGTON, DC - Commissioner Peter Kirsanow of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, speaking as one member of the Commission and not on behalf of the Commission as a

Concert Artists of Baltimore presents: The Musical Life of the Gershwins, October 7, 2017

BALTIMORE, MD: Concert Artists of Baltimore begin their 31st season with the works and legacy of America’s beloved George and Ira Gershwin. WBJC’s Jonathan Palevsky guides the audience through

Department of Energy Grid Report highlights resilient societies work on ‘Just-in-Time Fuel’

Nashua, NH — A long anticipated and controversial report by the U.S. Department of Energy on electricity markets and grid reliability highlights Resilient Societies work on the risk of

Smashing Statues: The Race War Hoax

Chicago, IL- Inner-city blacks are rejecting calls from a Chicago Pastor to tear down the George Washington Monument and change the name of Washington Park, and one community organizer

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights condemns violence by Neo-Nazis, but declines to criticize violence by club-wielding ‘Antifa’ counter demonstrators

Washington, DC - There is overwhelming evidence that so-called “Antifa” counterdemonstrators in Charlottesville were sometimes the initiators of violence. They were by no means the majority of counterdemonstrators, but

Should taxpayers pay millions of dollars to billion-dollar nonprofits?

Since 2009, the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities awarded grants of $120 million to 71 rich nonprofit organizations, each controlling assets of over $1 billion. OpenTheBooks – an

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