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African All Stars Transfer News & Rumours: Cardiff City to sign Niasse loan

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Kamano frustrated by Bordeaux situation

Francois Kamano is frustrated by his lack of playing time at Bordeaux, according to But Football.

Kamano was not listed for the Girondins’ trip to Angers on Tuesday and is said to have expressed his displeasure with his omission.

The Guinea international is having a decent campaign scoring eight goals in 18 games in the Ligue 1 which has made him a target for Monaco and Watford this transfer window.

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Chelsea & Man Utd battle for Wan-Bissaka

Manchester United and Chelsea are set to fight over the signing of Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer, the Mirror claims.

Manchester City also interested in…

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Unearthing the History of Segregated Atlantic City

The residential areas of Atlantic City may have been essentially segregated from the time of the city’s incorporation, but its beaches and hotels were not segregated until 1900, when white tourists visiting from the Jim Crow South started to complain about integration. The Missouri Avenue Beach, the only beach open to black people in the area at the time, was declared a historic landmark in 1997. African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey

After the Great Migration, black residents in the Northside neighborhood duplicated businesses that excluded African Americans, creating a thriving environment.

Like much of the United States, Atlantic City, New Jersey, was both de facto and legally segregated throughout much of its history, until the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court…

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City of Miramar’s Lakeshore Park Revitalized : South Florida Caribbean News

MIRAMAR – The City of Miramar is delighted to introduce the new and improved Lakeshore Park located at 8501 S. Sherman Circle—now open to the general public!

The City hosted a ribbon cutting celebration on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 from 3PM to 4PM at the park to showcase the new features.

The 2.6-acre renovation, funded by the City’s Fiscal Year 2013 Bond, included the following:

  • Site Development, Pre-Engineered “Open-Air” Pavilion…

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‘Black Klansman’ author to visit Iowa City

IOWA CITY — The story of a black Colorado Springs detective who in the 1970s infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan with the help of his partner as a surrogate enraptured movie audiences and wowed Hollywood critics last year in its telling through the biopic “BlacKkKlansman.”

That movie, directed by Spike Lee, was based on the 2014 memoir “Black Klansman,” written by Ron Stallworth, who lived the story as the first African-American police officer and detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department.

Stallworth, who today is 65, will visit Iowa City later this…

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Lure of love leads African immigrant to launch Iowa City limo business

Sitting with nothing to do at the Eastern Iowa Airport last month while waiting for family to fly in for the holidays, I came up with what I thought was a …
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Four African-American women serving Memphis City Council for the first time ever

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – For the first time in the city’s history, there are now four African-American women serving on council.

City leaders told FOX13 it’s an example of the city making progress.

Gerre Foster was the last of three Memphis city-council members sworn this…

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