Ferguson, Missouri Elects First African American Mayor In City’s History. Ella Jones Is Also First Woman Mayor

Ella Jones is also first woman mayor of Ferguson, six years after Michael Brown’s death Soon-to-be Mayor Ella Jones is making history in Ferguson, Missouri. She won the historic election Tuesday becoming the first woman and first African American to become mayor of the city outside St. Louis. The country zeroed in on Ferguson six years ago after police shot and killed Michael Brown. He was a black teenager shot and killed by a white police officer. Riots erupted around

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Adoring Dad Writes Sweet Restaurant Review Of Toddler Daughter’s Play Kitchen

Dad Chris Kyle suggests service at daughter Ava’s play kitchen has some issues View this post on Instagram So I tried to support another Black Owned Business for lunch today. It’s called Ava’s Kitchen, just opened end of April. It’s a very clean establishment, but whewww let me tell you about this owner. First off, I asked why there are balloons on my chair, and it’s not my birthday? She talm’bout, mind yah business; those are Mommy’s. I been waiting

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Strangers Clean Up CNN Center Atlanta Following Night of Out of Control Riots

Strangers picked up glass and scrubbed graffiti at CNN Atlanta The worst and best of Atlanta CNN Center Atlanta has seen the worst and best of this city in a span of less than 20 hours. People began to gather Friday afternoon in Downtown Atlanta protesting a number of police officer shootings including the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. Things were peaceful for many hours. They eventually got out of control. Someone set a police car on fire.

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7-Year-Old Boy Throws Mini-Prom For His High School Babysitter When Hers Is Canceled

7-year-old Curtis Rodgers believed his babysitter deserved the best prom ever. Little kid to the rescue of babysitter Leave it to a devoted 7-year-old to show his babysitter she is the best ever. Curtis Rodgers was feeling bad for Rachel Chapman when his mom explained she wouldn’t be able to have a high school prom because of the coronavirus lockdown situation. Brilliant Curtis to the rescue. He told his mom they could throw Rachel a prom in their backyard in

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Man Who Grew Up Without A Father Goes Viral With His Dadvice ‘Dad, How Do I?’ YouTube Channel

Rob Kenney knows what it is to grow up without ‘Dadvice,’ guidance and love An unexpected star shines Dadvice. It’s what new YouTube star Rob Kenney is sharing. He would tell you he is the most unlikely viral star ever. He was simply looking to do his part to make the world a slightly better place. He knows what it is to grow up without a dad. A rough childhood He was the youngest of eight kids in a dysfunctional

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Rare Baby Owls Watch TV With Man After Mama Builds Nest Outside His Apartment Window

Shocked man first thought the baby owls were pigeons Rare baby owls are delighting a man in Belgium. BNNVARA reports Jos Baart thought pesky pigeons were once again building a nest outside his third story apartment. He was in for a huge surprise. Those were no pigeons. They are rare eagle-owls, the largest owl in all of Europe. They tend to be shy birds so they are rarely photographed in the wild. This amazing nature show has come direct to

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Man Wrongly Imprisoned for 37 Years Wows On ‘Americas Got Talent’ With Audition Simon Will Never Forget

Archie Williams was wrongly imprisoned for 37 years. Now he’s inspiring the world with his singing. Archie Williams was wrongly imprisoned for 37 years for a crime he did not commit. The Innocence Project helped him win his freedom. Now, Williams is making the most of his new life, going after a dream he long held while behind bars. He told the judges on “America’s Got Talent,” that he used to watch the show while he was in prison and

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South Korea Sending 10,000 Masks To Navajo Veterans Honoring Their Service During Korean War

Gratitude for Navajo code talkers used their unbreakable code to help defend South Korea Navajo code talkers made significant contributions to help defend South Korea during the Korean War. It’s a story from 70 years ago that many Americans don’t know. South Korea has not forgotten. South Korea sends gratitude The country is sending 10,000 face masks and other protective gear to the Navajo Nation to aid in the fight against the coronavirus. Stars & Stripes reports the Navajo Nation

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Magic Johnson Offering $100 Million In Loans To Women And Minority Owned Businesses

Magic Johnson wants to help out women and minority owned businesses left out of PPP loans NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson wants to help out women and minority owned businesses who haven’t been able to secure PPP loans. These company owners missed out on the early loans during the coronavirus pandemic economic crisis because they might have not had relationships with big banks.  EquiTrust Life Insurance Company will fund the loans. Johnson is a majority shareholder.  The Small Business

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