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Locals weigh in on rape suspect’s beatdown

Locals weigh in on rape suspect’s beatdown

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES He did a good job. Those are the sentiments heard around the world for the father of an 11 year-old rape victim who pummeled 18-year-old Daytona Beach resident Raymond Frolander on July 18 after he said he found him sexually assaulting his son. The teen admitted to the sexual […]

BRIEFS

BRIEFS

B-CU dean to speak Sunday at Greater New Zion Men and Women’s Day will be observed at the Greater New Zion Primitive Baptist Church on July 27. Guest speaker for the 11 a.m. service will be the Rev. David Allen, chapel dean at Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU). The church is at 201 N. Dr. Martin Luther […]

Campbell Elementary banquet tickets available

Campbell Elementary banquet tickets available

Campbell Elementary alumni who attended the school from 1962 to 1969 will celebrate the school’s legacy with a banquet recognizing and memorializing the school’s faculty and staff. The banquet, set for Saturday, Aug. 23 at 2 p.m., will be at the John H. Dickerson Community Center, 308 South Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd,. Daytona […]

Libraries to host ‘Medicare 101’ programs

Libraries to host ‘Medicare 101’ programs

Residents who are enrolled in Medicare or will qualify within the next few months are invited to free “Medicare 101” programs at three public libraries in August. The programs will be presented by the nonprofit organization SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders). A representative will explain what is covered under Medicare, how individual parts […]

Partnership Plans tobacco prevention education for Volusia youth

Partnership Plans tobacco prevention education for Volusia youth

SPECIAL TO THE COURIER The Tobacco Free Florida – Volusia County Partnership will have an informational session on tobacco prevention education for schools at its next meeting on Monday, July 28, at 4 p.m. at the Volusia County Health Department, 1845 Holsonback Road, Daytona Beach. Teresa Williams, Tobacco Prevention Program manager for Flagler County, will […]

Bipartisan jobs bill tackles urban, youth unemployment

Bipartisan jobs bill tackles urban, youth unemployment

“Supporting education and training for our youth is a smart investment that can help rebuild local economies and pay dividends over the long term.” – U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand “The future of our economy depends on an educated, skilled workforce that encompasses all individuals – even the most disconnected and at risk.” – Congressman Chaka […]

Strengthening the Black Diaspora

Strengthening the Black Diaspora

The idea hit me last week during the international panel at our 22nd annual conference in Chicago. Speaking on the panel were National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) members from Colombia, Benin, Ghana, Suriname, Ethiopia and France. (Ghana, France and Suriname have participated at previous conferences).  It was Colombia’s first and they were given an […]

Black Press:  The voice of Black America — Part IV

Black Press: The voice of Black America — Part IV

To publish a document is to establish a permanent record for the future. To publish a newspaper is to preserve an official record of the news and perspectives of a particular period, which is useful today and in the future. The Black Press has been around since the publication of the first Black newspaper. Freedom’s […]

Haven’t I seen these people before?

Haven’t I seen these people before?

For much of this month I was experiencing flashes of déjà vu. It’s come from watching the demonstrators in some towns across the country and reading some of the commentary and reader responses in the newspapers and the blogs protesting the Obama administration’s efforts to temporarily shelter the children fleeing the gang violence ravaging their […]

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