*The Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church’s Commission on Social Action held a community meeting on aging last Thursday in San Bernardino with representatives from the California Department of Aging (CDA) and the Bernardino County’s Department of Aging and Adult Services. Held in the sanctuary, the discussion featured state representatives and Social Action commission members
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*The town of Kenly, North Carolina could be without a police force. That’s because the police chief and its four full-time officers are quitting in protest, effective August 1st. What are they protesting? They don’t like the new Town Manager Justine Jones. Jones has been on the job less than two months. They all claim
*(CNN) — Beyoncé says she will remove an ableist slur from her new album, “Renaissance,” after facing online backlash and criticism from disability campaigners. The 40-year-old singer received rave reviews when she debuted her dance-inspired seventh studio album on Friday, but she came under fire over the weekend when fans noticed the inclusion of a
*For every action, there is a reaction! When it comes to college graduation photos, it’s no doubt that students want to stand out and be different. However, Terica Williams, a current Florida A & M University (FAMU) student is facing backlash following a naked graduation photo that was taken on campus. The student who is
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