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First African-American chemistry Ph.D. honored with landmark during Black History Month

St. Elmo Brady, the first African American to earn a Ph.D. in chemistry, is being honored by the American Chemical Society (ACS) with a National Historic Chemical Landmark. The designation will be celebrated on Feb. 5 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which awarded Brady his doctorate in 1916. The event coincides with February’s Black History Month.  ...

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The Hastings Monthly Report

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Voter Disenfranchisement

Voter Disenfranchisement ...

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How can a child choose a healthy snack if none are available? #KEEPAHAPPYHOME

Affordability and convenience has led us to fill our children up with junk food; barely getting the nutrients their little bodies need to perform well and packed with sugar that allows disease to thrive. We must rethink what’s put in our kitchens, grocery carts or why some of communities suffer in food deserts (nothing nutritious nearby). Remember: little changes add up. ...

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Use FL511 to find the best route to MLK Day celebrations

       FL511 is the state’s official source for traffic and travel information. It provides current road and travel conditions in Florida, so drivers can make choices about their travel plans. The service includes a website in English and Spanish, mobile app, Twitter messages, text alerts, and more. ...

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ...

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“Say It Loud,” African American Social History From The John Silverstein  Collection to be Offered on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday by Heritage Auctions

Heritage Auctions will present its first sale dedicated exclusively to African Americana on Jan. 15: “Say It Loud”, The John Silverstein Collection of African American Social History. The auction includes a thoughtful and carefully curated selection of items that tell the sweeping story of the trials and triumphs of Black life in America. ...

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7-Year Old Author Introduces New Book Series That Expands Children’s Vocabularies

The 7-year old budding author and Honor Roll student will introduce his first book, written to help children expand their vocabulary through the experiences and adventures of characters Kayla and Kyle. ...

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How Zip Codes Relate to Achievement Gaps

There are several factors that contribute to success in adulthood. However, routinely we find that early childhood education and the empowerment of excellent teachers plays a pivotal role. ...

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