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Latinos Have Power and Most of Us Don't Know It's A painting to provoke Latinos to vote.
A historically-significant painting created in 1996 by artist, Soraida Martinez, to provoke the Latino community to unite and make change. Since 1992: Teaching tolerance, empathy and promoting social justice. An award-winning artist, Soraida has been recognized as one of the 15 most prominent Hispanic-Americans shaping the U.S. cultural scene. According to Soraida, â€œ2020 is the time for Latinos to make social change by voting.â€ - Artist, Soraida, October 31, 2020Facebook Shuts Down Citizens? Attempt to Pay for Kim Jong-un?s Hotel Bill
Facebook shuts down citizens' call to action for world peace. - Mystic Waters, June 07, 2018Michelle Harvey Appointed to MA State Board of Food and Agriculture
MA Michelle Harvey, co-owner of Lakeview Nurseries, has been appointed by MA Governor Charlie Baker to the State Board of Food and Agriculture. Representative Stephen L. DiNatale (D Fitchburg) will be at Lakeview Nurseries on Friday, June 12, at 10:00 am to administer the oath of office to Harvey. - LakeviewNurseries, June 09, 2015Greenbutts Biodegradable Cigarette Filters Receive Delegate Support In Maryland
Legislation proposed in Maryland would mandate the sale of cigarettes to only those with biodegradable filters - Greenbutts, February 06, 2014Wife Abusing Muslim Dictator Invited to White House Dinner
President Obama to entertain a man that mutilated his wife and embezzled over $2 billion. - Jfrate, June 08, 2011Iowa Community Action Association Announces New Program for 2010 Disaster Case Advocacy
Iowa Community Action Agencies Provide Support for 2010 Disaster Survivors - Iowa Community Action Association, January 04, 2011Power Players Come Out for New Frontier Democratic Club's 50th Anniversary
United States House of Representatives Majority Whip James E. Clyburn and San Francisco District Attorney and Democratic Nominee for California Attorney General Kamala Harris will speak at New Frontier Democratic Club's 50th Anniversary Gala October 9, 2010 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Downtown Los Angeles. - Daltek Global Solutions, LLC, October 04, 2010Many 9/11 Victims Still Suffer Psychological Problems, Stress
Eight years after the September 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, many people in close proximity to the tragedy continue to experience sometimes grave psychological and emotional problems, a new study reveals.
The latest health study of 9/11 survivors and rescue workers is raising serious concerns among leading experts and politicians alike.
With the full-time debates on fixing health care and the nation's economic woes, national security seems to be back-burnered. - Arbor PR, August 31, 2009Study Shows Lung Ailments Persist for 9/11 Heroes
More than seven years after the attacks of 9/11, first responders are suffering the effects of the toxic dust thrust into the air by the collapse of the World Trade Center, according to a recent study. - Arbor PR, April 04, 2009Comcast Cable, Inc. And Harford Cable Network Partner with 2008 Vote The Power!™ Campaign As Media Sponsors
The 2008 VOTE THE POWER!™ CAMPAIGN is pleased to announce its new media sponsors for the Maryland Campaign 2008 Black and White Summer Gala. - The GrassRoots Steering Foundation, Inc., July 13, 2008
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