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John L. Horton lives in Norfolk and is a frequent contributor to the newspaper. John L. Horton lives in Norfolk and is a frequent contributor to the newspaper.

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By John L. Horton “Those who don’t know history are destined to repeat it.” – George...

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By Sean C. Bowers Those suffering from “White fragility” might get their feelings hurt or worse; not telling White children the truth about their...

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By John L. Horton As the popular Bob Dylan song (“Blowing In The Wind”) goes: “The answer, my friend, is blowing in the...

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By Sean C. Bowers “Know Your Value” has become a mantra, theme, pay strategy, and mandatory practice for all women and young...

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By Sean C. Bowers It has been said, “This is not who we are as a nation,“ regarding the January 6th attacks and insurrection...

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By Dr. Sam Logan III One of my best friends texted me a few nights ago and asked, “Bruh – how you handling this...

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By Nathan Richardson Excerpt from a newspaper article published in 1860; “Armed pro-slavery militias streamed into Kansas from neighboring slave state Missouri to disrupt...

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By Sean C. Bowers Each and every (get-rich-quick) short cut, has its costs and one plausible- appearing apprentice to make its inept corrupt case....

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The new Netflix documentary, “The Social Dilemma” is must-see educational television that allows us to defend ourselves and our families from the results...

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By John L. Horton I just finished reading the latest issue of TIME Magazine (double issue, September 21/28, 2020). The magazine has a feature/society...

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