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The Fleur-de-Lis Found in Ancient Egypt

The image of the ancient symbol, the fleur-de-lis, conjures thoughts of ancient conspiracies and hidden secrets known only to a select few (nobility and those involved with them). 186 more words

Ancient History

My Jumanji adventure in Jamaica

Before going on my cruise, I specifically asked my friend Patricia if we could choose islands that I have never been to before. I wanted to get as many of those pins on my world map as I could. 1,981 more words


Bronx Residents Honor Kalief Browder’s Life & Legacy With Renamed Street

(TIML NEWS) Today Kalief Browder would have been 24 years old. Unfortunately, his life was cut short in 2015 after taking his own life – his tragic fate after suffering from mental illness triggered by his wrongful imprisonment in Rikers. 171 more words

Little Known Black History Fact: Jo Etha Collier

The senseless murder of 18-year-old Jo Etha Collier on this day in 1971 rocked the state of Mississippi and the nation. Civil rights icon and local figurehead Fannie Lou Hamer spoke out against the injustice, and the case remains unsolved to this day. 222 more words


Rihanna Focuses On Millennials During Speech At Parsons School Of Design Benefit

(TIML NEWS) The accolades keep pouring in for one of music’s most successful artists. Earlier this week, the Parsons School of Design honored Rihanna thanks to her charitable endeavors, … 165 more words

Miami Beach Police Honor Force's First Black Officer

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MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) — The Miami Beach Police Department has honored its first African American officer by renaming the community room at police headquarters in Washington Avenue. 264 more words