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No One Wins in Baltimore’s Squeegee Debate

There are no winners when it comes to squeegee workers and drivers who clash during altercations over tips. Windex; squeegees; high-traffic intersections; children who...

September is National Recovery Month Facesandvoicesofrecovery.org

National Recovery Month (Recovery Month) is a national observance held every September to educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable...

A Win Railroad Workers, A Reality Check for America

President Joe Biden said that a tentative railway labor agreement was reached on behalf of rail workers, averting a railroad worker strike before Friday’s...

OP-ED: Biden Deserves Credit Not Complacency

We all have heard the popular expression, “give credit where credit is due.” After hearing numerous critics over the past 18 months, it is...

With Pending Transaction: Media Mogul Envisions Escalated Voices of African-Americans in Broadcast Media

   (TriceEdneyWire.com) - In the early days of broadcasting, the faces of local television newscasters, reporters and management were almost exclusively White and male.     Although...

Called the ultimate White House credential, the hard pass allows on-demand access to the famed Pennsylvania Avenue complex.

Seventy-two years after President Franklin D. Roosevelt invited Harry S. McAlpin, Jr. of the National Negro Publishers Association to cover an Oval Office news...

Pride, Prejudice, and Power

   June is Pride month in the United States. In big cities and small communities, LGBTQ+ people and their friends, families, and allies will celebrate...

Gun Safety & Public Safety: We Should Not Tolerate Continued Inaction

The mass killings at the elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, 10 days after the white supremacist killings in Buffalo, New York, are further evidence...

Ignoring Uvalde Equates to Muting Local Safety

If we elect to allow the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas to slip from our memories, the May 24th school shooting easily becomes another...

Courting Art Baltimore awards $20,000 in college scholarships to seven Baltimore City public school students

BALTIMORE, Md. – Members of the Maryland Judiciary, including District Court of Maryland Chief Judge John P. Morrissey, Administrative Judge Halee F. Weinstein, and...

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