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10 Tips for helping children understand wearing a mask

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it is more important than ever that we help our children understand why wear- ing a face mask is important and how to do so correctly to protect themselves and others. Following are some important tips for helping children of any age un- derstand and accept mask-wearing and to feel secure and comfortable doing so.

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Jason Weems Baltimore Native Makes Comedic History

Baltimore— The Audacity Group is proud to announce the national release of Jason Weems: Unknown on August 4 on streaming services everywhere com- edy is available including Pandora, Sir- ius, and Amazon Prime.

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Seven Anne Arundel County high school seniors among Comcast NBCUniversal Award recipients

Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Pro- gram recognizes students’ achievements both in and out of the classroom

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TeleHealth Access for Seniors Student found non-profit to bring digital access to seniors

When the coronavirus pandemic began to rage in March, schools and colleges were among the first casualties as education officials had to close their doors to ensure safety.

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Want Racial Justice? Start With Filling Out Your Census

Those living in our nation’s poor and minority communities have historically gone undercounted in the U.S. Census. For instance, nearly one million Black Americans went uncounted nationwide in the 2010 Census.

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How self-compassion can build resilience

Let’s face it; a lot is going in the world currently— from the social unrest to the ongoing battle against COVID-19, and even the upcoming presidential election.

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Herman Cain dies from coronavirus

Herman Cain, a onetime Republican presidential candidate and former CEO of Godfather's Pizza, has died from coronavirus, according to an obituary sent from his verified Twitter account and Newsmax, where he was launching a television show.

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Bounce Celebrates The Life & Legacy of Rep. John Lewis, To Air Memorial Service for Civil Rights Icon Live Thursday, July 30

ATLANTA, July 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Bounce will broadcast live the farewell memorial service for Rep. John Lewis tomorrow, Thursday, July 30, starting at 11:00 a.m. (ET). The funeral will also be live-streamed at BounceTV.com

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Fans not permitted at Ravens training camp

The Covid-19 pandemic has turned just about every facet of life upside down.

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Voices of Carmen A Youthful New Twist on an Old Opera Classic

An award-winning actress/director/choreographer has brought a youthful, modern-day flavor to a century-and-a-half old opera classic.

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George E. Mitchell dead at age 65 Park Heights Community loses a GIANT

“I think George’s legacy is the way he lived. He cared about feeding people and the children.” — Christopher Crockett

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2020: Year of Vision?

When this year started, the collective perspective was that 2020 would be the year of vision.

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John Lewis: A True Hero Has Departed

On July 17, 2020, we got the news that one of our few heroes made his transition from earth to Heaven.

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A Select Reason To Remember John Lewis

John Lewis succumbed to pancreatic cancer, Friday, July 17, 2020. He was 80 years old. For many reasons, John Lewis’ death reverberates in my mind. No, not because of his tenure in the United States House of Representatives, representing Georgia’s 5th congressional district for 33 years.

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Elaine Simon: Fond Memories of John Lewis

My fondest memory was during the reception, Congressman Lewis recognized my accent and proceeded to ask me, “What island are you from?” I said the Island of Antigua in the Caribbean.

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Baltimore restaurants and bars ordered to suspend indoor dining

Beginning at 5 p.m., Friday, July 24, 2020, Baltimore restaurants and bars must suspend indoor dining for at least two weeks as the city’s health department starts a review of COVID-19 data.The review comes as the total number of coronavirus cases in the state surpassed 80,000, including a growing number of Baltimore city residents.

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Eight-year-old receives Baltimore County Schaefer Helping People Award

On Monday, July 20, 2020, Comptroller Peter Franchot presented the William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award for Baltimore County virtually to eight-year-old Tyler Stallings, CEO of Kid Time En-terprises, for his work distributing desperately needed supplies to homeless veterans.

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Mikey’s Miracle Foundation, Inc. hosts 5th Annual Giving Campaign in support of Baltimore area cancer patients and family caregivers

Baltimore— This year is unprecedented. Our country is amid two global crises— the novel coronavirus and racial and social unrest. Unfortunately, cancer doesn't take a break, even in a pandemic. With a mission to provide supportive resources to marginalized communities impacted by cancer, Mikey's Miracle Foundation, Inc. seeks to raise funds and awareness on Friday, July 24, 2020,in support of our fifth annual giving campaign GiveMoreOn24.

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