Olayemi Odesanya

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Sabine Bellevue’s COVID-era marathon vision

Sabine Bellevue is a well-known hairstylist and community activist in the Brooklyn area.

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‘100 Years in the Whirlwind’ virtual conference celebrates Marcus Garvey Aug. 14-16

“100 Years in the Whirlwind” virtual conference celebrated the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey from Aug. 14-16 hosted by Kujichagulia Inc. & United Front/A.I.M.

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Carel Mukongo launches new summer line of beverageware

Carel Mukongo is the CEO of Mukongo Inc. and is well-known for his investing and financial literacy mentor sessions.

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Mia Frasier, a 2020 graduate with a master plan

Mia Frasier is a recent graduate from SUNY Oneonta.

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Essential worker Kathy Fauntleroy, COVID tester and devoted and hopeful

For 34 years Kathy Fauntleroy has been a Clinical Microbiology Supervisor Laboratory Technologist. Currently, Fauntleroy works at the New York Presbyterian Hospital and Hospital for Special Surgery

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The horrible COVID-19 effect in Harlem

On Tuesday, April 21, 2020, the Nation of Islam honored Minister Hafeez Muhammad, 56, at Mosque No. 7, and at Unity Funeral Home in Harlem

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Pet pals in the time of corona

Almost a full month into the worldwide quarantine and most of us are practicing social distancing and staying home.

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Charity certainly does begin at home

“It’s not easy being a home attendant. You’ll have a mixture of clients where some of them you enjoy talking to and spending time with and the others, you may not be fond of,” said 31-year-old Charity McCloggan.

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Kappa NYC takeover

This past Sunday, The Metro NYC five families, New York Alumni, Queens Alumni, Bronx Alumni Brooklyn-Long Island Alumni and New Rochelle-White Plains Alumni of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated celebrated their 109th year of honorable achievement.

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Little Sun People bring their year-round Kwanzaa to the community

Bed Stuy, Brooklyn’s Little Sun People daycare center looked to the eve of their 40th anniversary to try and raise $5,000 by the first day of Kwanzaa

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