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Fort Bend County, School District To Negotiate About Remains Of African American Inmates – Houston Public Media


Archaeologists work at a Fort Bend County site where unmarked graves were found. The discovered remains are believed to be 95 African-American prison inmates who were forced to work in the sugar cane fields.

Fort Bend County and the Fort Bend Independent School District will negotiate what to do with the remains of nearly 100 African American prison inmates who archaeologists believe were forced to work in a Sugar Land plantation while they were serving their time in the 19th century.

On Tuesday, the Fort Bend County Commissioners Court authorized County Attorney Roy Cordes Jr. to negotiate with the school district. The district plans to construct the James Reese Career and Technical Center on the site where the remains were discovered last April.

County Judge KP George told News 88.7…

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African Academy of Sciences | Communications Officer – Media



 









VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NO


AAS/CO/19/001


Position Title


Communications Officer – Media


Department


Communications


Reporting to


Head of Communications and PR


Position Location


Nairobi, Kenya


Duration


3 Years Renewable


Closing Date


27 February 2019


Organisation Overview


The African Academy of Sciences (The AAS) is a non-aligned, non-political, not-for-profit pan African organisation. The AAS’s vision is to see transformed lives on the African continent through science.


Our tripartite mandate is recognising excellence…

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Letter: Media attack by Emir Crowne and Newsday


Dear Sir:

Newsday has published an article by one Emir Crowne that lumped me together with the government and others under the deliberately inflammatory headline ‘Attacking Journalists’, in which he talks about the importance of the media, but neither Crowne nor Newsday sought to get any input or comment from me, again proving the point that the media in this country has one agenda, to use its pulpit to bully and spew their divisive venom at whomsoever they please.

Alluding in that article to information about a certain journalist doing her best work on her back and ascribing it to me is more fake news as he should well know, as the entire country is aware that the person who put that information complete with pictures into the public space is an ex-paramour of the…

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African-American art: Diverse visions, media at art show


With the subtitle “The Journey Continues,” a new exhibit showcasing artists of color at the Regional Arts Center exemplifies a multi-generational commitment to continuing a journey.

Whether personal or communal, such journeys inform the artistic visions shared at the 17th annual Regional Celebration of African American Artists, which is up through March 9.

Art, ranging from paintings to mixed media to photography and more, populates all three floors.

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Royal Caribbean hiring "Shore Explorer" to travel world, post to social media



Heads up for anyone who wants to travel the world, loves cruises, and is a social media expert. Royal Caribbean is launching its Instagram Promotion …
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Royal Caribbean to pay 'Shore Explorer' to travel world, post on social media



If you love to travel, love social media, and you are an adrenaline junkie, this may be the dream job for you. Royal Caribbean has opened applications …
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