io9 What We Know About the Disaster That Made Picard Quit Starfleet | Jalopnik What Car Repairs Are

io9 What We Know About the Disaster That Made Picard Quit Starfleet | Jalopnik What Car Repairs Are Worth It? | Skillet Chick-fil-A’s Secret Ingredient Isn’t Pickle Juice, It’s MSG | Kotaku One Year Later, Did Microsoft (And Friends) Keep Their E3 2018 Promises? | The Takeout If you thought Kona beer was brewed in Hawaii, you’re probably eligible for a refund | source: https://kinjaroundup.kinja.com/io9-what-we-know-about-the-disaster-that-made-picard-qu-1835216462

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To Impeach Or Not To Impeach Donald Trump?

You are here: Home / News / To Impeach Or Not To Impeach Donald Trump? Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) This week, most of the television cable stations are focusing on impeachment when they aren’t doing Mueller’s speech. Should there be impeachment? One person who I know and respect says that unless President Trump is impeached, he will win the 2020 election. CNN says: “Professor Allan Lichtman, the man who has correctly predicted the last nine presidential elections, said President Trump is on track for another term unless…

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[Hungry for History] Leah Chase of Dooky Chase Restaurant, dies at 96

Originally published May 6, 2016, EBONY.com is revisiting this interview with culinary pioneer and entrepreneur, Leah Chase, who died on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at age 96.  New Orleans chef known for her legendary Creole cuisine and for her role as a pioneer of the civil rights era, was the inspiring executive chef and co-owner […] source: https://www.ebony.com/news/soul-food-leah-chase/

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USAfrica: Buhari’s APC engulfed in crises; ex-chairman, others slam Oshiomhole as incompetent

By CHIDO NWANGWU The multi-front crises developing in Nigeria’s ruling party, ironically named the All Progressives Congress (APC) continue to excalate while casting doubts about its handling of the soon-to-be inaugurated federal legislators’ leadership. The party is also grappling with losing more governorship and legislative seats following court rulings underscoring the consequences of shoddy and in some cases corrupt imposition of favoured aspirants. The sweeping, court-ordered disqualifications of APC candidates in Zamfara, and Kaduna’s Governor El-Rufai wagging his finger directly into political face of Bola Tinubu, former Governor of Lagos…

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Ethiopia: Ethiopia to Get U.S.$ 550 Million World Bank Loan

Photo: The Guardian opinion The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors on Wednesday approved a total of USD 550 million for Ethiopa in a bid to improve the livelihoods of pastoralists and the nation’s ongoing power sector reforms. USD 350 million (USD 70 million grant USD 280 million credit) was secured from the International Development Association (IDA) will be used to improve the livelihoods and resilience of 2.5 million pastoralists and agro-pastoralists in low land areas, the bank said in a statement on Wednesday, according to APA news. The Low…

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Full List of African Winners of the 2019 World Travel Awards

Mauritius hosted the World Travel Awards (WTA) Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony on 1st June 2019. The leading travel industry figureheads from Africa and the Indian Ocean attended what marked WTA’s inaugural ceremony in the paradise destination. From Ethiopian Airlines, Transcorp Hilton Abuja, Diani Beach Kenya, and many more, see the full list of African Winners of the 2019 World Travel Awards: https://www.worldtravelawards.com/winners/2019/africa Speaking about the decision to host the awards in Mauritius for the first time, Graham Cooke, Founder, WTA, said: “It is an absolute pleasure to bring…

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African Teams at FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019

The eight edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup will hold in France from June 7 – July 7, 2019, and the African continent is duly represented by Nigeria, South Africa and Cameroon. This quadrennial international football championship is contested by the women’s national teams of the member associations of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). A total of 24 teams qualified for the final tournament, with Africa’s three (3) slots – as approved by the FIFA Council in October 2016 – going to Nigeria, South Africa and Cameroon…

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Pompeo ‘gets why people see only Israel will love’ US plan: WaPo

The top diplomat of the United States has reportedly called the US administration’s long-awaited Israel-Palestine peace plan arguably “unexecutable”, in comments delivered just weeks before a Washington-led economic conference in Bahrain, where the first part of the initiative is due to be unveiled. The Washington Post reported on Sunday it had obtained an audio recording of Mike Pompeo in which the US secretary of state told Jewish leaders that the still-secret plan might not “gain traction” and critics might reject it as not “particularly original”. Speaking in a closed-door meeting…

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Detroit High School For Underserved Youth Has 100 Percent College Acceptance Rate

For the ninth consecutive year Loyola High School—an all-male school based in Detroit—had a one hundred percent college acceptance rate amongst their seniors, Rolling Out reported. The Catholic school was created to overcome barriers to equitable education for youth from underserved communities. Built on the founding principles of “integrity, compassion, and courage” students who attend the school are taught the importance of not only excelling academically but making an impact in their local communities and beyond. The school has an initiative for juniors and seniors called the Loyola Work Experience…

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Sonita Alleyne Elected 1st Black Master at a College of the University of Cambridge in England

Jesus College Master Soniat Alleyne (photo by Damian Paul Daniel via jesus.cam.ac.uk) Sonita Alleyne was recently elected as master of Jesus College at the University of Cambridge in England, according to jbhe.com. The title of master is the equivalent of dean in the United States. Alleyne will be the first woman and the first Black person to lead the college, which was established in 1496. She will also be the first Black master at either the University of Oxford or the University of Cambridge. For the 300 years from 1560…

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