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National Postal Museum Mixes Story Time and Kwanzaa
Afro American News

National Postal Museum Mixes Story Time and Kwanzaa

By George Kevin Jordan, AFRO Staff Writer “We’re glad we came today. We’re glad we came today. Hello, hello to everyone, we’re glad we came today.” That was the mantra sang by a group of energetic and curious little learners Sunday during the National Postal Museum’s Kwanzaa Story Time...

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Opinion

In the Name of Little Brain vs. Big Brain
Op-Ed

In the Name of Little Brain vs. Big Brain

By D.E. Daniels About five years ago, I attended a high school senior’s graduation party. The honoree was a young man I knew since birth.  Guests arrived moments early to discuss the party’s agenda.  Parents, grandparents, teachers, siblings, family, and friends were among the invited...

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Politics

How Czechs and Slovaks differ religiously
Politics

How Czechs and Slovaks differ religiously

Altar boys prepare for Sunday Mass at a Catholic church in Strba, Slovakia. (Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty Images) On Jan. 1, 1993, Czechoslovakia peacefully split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, an event sometimes called the “Velvet Divorce.” But despite having been one nation for roughly...

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