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What started as an ordinary flight from Atlanta to San Diego, California, turned into a bloody dog attack for one Delta passenger. Marlin Termaine Jackson found himself seated next to disabled Marine Corps vet, Ronald Kevin Mundy Jr., and his emotional support service dog. According to a witness on the plane, Jackson was concerned about sitting…

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There must be something in the air that is causing a string of physical confrontations on airplanes lately. The latest incident to come to light occurred in Atlanta and involves an unidentified Delta Air Lines pilot at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. According to witnesses, two women began arguing on the plane as it landed in…

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It seems that US air carriers are taking a hard line against passengers for what could be arguably called minor situations that have escalated into public relations nightmares. Earlier this month, video of a Dr. David Dao being assaulted, bloodied and dragged off a plane for refusing to give up his seat shocked many across…

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If you want to “grow and go global your small business,” Women in Defense-Georgia’s president Annette Wright is producing the ideal event. It’s titled the Global Supplier Diversity Conference for Veterans and Small Businesses and it will be held at the Atlanta Metropolitan State College in the Conference Center (Edwin Thompson Student Center). “The event will be held on Wednesday,…

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A Delta Air Lines flight bound for San Diego, California, was the site of a showdown between police and a disruptive Black woman in red. The embarrassing incident took place on Delta Flight 2038 at Detroit Metropolitan Airport before it took off for San Diego around 8 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 12, 2016. Passenger Rene deLambert, who…

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The Rainbow PUSH Coalition’s “Creating Opportunity Conference” in Atlanta was once again a powerful example of our community coming together to support and recognize the people and organizations that support us while educating and informing us of how we can continue to move our collective agenda forward. A theme throughout the conference was “Freedom is…

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