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In today’s digital world, children, like adults, are more often than not tethered to an electronic device.  Even small children spend hours engaged on screens exploring learning games and apps.   With access to a wide variety of digital content for the young ones, it would seem that there is little need for new picture…

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Prince will be remembered for his genius and the sustained and extremely productive artistic output as a virtuoso musician, songwriter and producer for the past four decades.  He was such a prolific creative force that music seemed to pour out of him effortlessly.  The quality of his work is proof that it did not.  The…

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Imani Humphrey, 84, of Detroit, Michigan, died on March 8, 2016 at Beaumont Hospital in Farmington Hills, Michigan. The influential Detroit activist-educator affectionately known as Mama Imani taught in Detroit Public Schools, at Wayne County Community College and Wayne State University before founding the Aisha Shule and W.E.B. DuBois Academy. A leading scholar for over…

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Black History Month 2016 occurs in the midst of a White supremacy, right-wing uprising against the African American community and people of color. This uprising is countrywide and includes the constant violence of the state including police killings of Black people and the poisoning of a Black majority city. It also includes the rise in…

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