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ANALYSIS - Turkiye-Africa relations after the 3rd Turkiye-Africa Summit

Anadolu Agency 23 May 2022
When the Turkish Republic was established, the majority of African countries were under colonial rule ... During the same period, there were also some attempts of rapprochement with African countries, but they were all short-lived ... For example, 27 embassies were established in African countries between 2009 and 2014.
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Shakespearean outlooks: Segregated 1911 Temple students celebrated graduation in different ways

TDT News 23 May 2022
Graduates of Temple High’s Class of 1911 thought so — or at least they said so in their graduation program. This week will be a whirlwind of mortarboards studding the air as thousands of high school graduates receive diplomas ... However, high school graduations a century ago meant different things to different students.
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Today in History: May 22, Johnson's 'Great Society'

Daily Herald 22 May 2022
Today in History Today is Sunday, May 22, the 142nd day of 2022. There are 223 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History. On May 22, 1964, President Lyndon B ... In 1960, an earthquake of magnitude 9.5, the strongest ever measured, struck southern Chile, claiming some 1,655 lives ... Brown, the first African-American to graduate from the U.S ... .
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Today in History: May 22, Johnson’s ‘Great Society’

Artesia Daily Press 22 May 2022
Today in History. Today is Sunday, May 22, the 142nd day of 2022. There are 223 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History.. On May 22, 1964, President Lyndon B ... On this date. ... In 1967, a fire at the L’Innovation department store in Brussels killed 322 people ... In 1985, U.S ... Ten years ago ... Brown, the first African-American to graduate from the U.S ... .
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Today in History — May 22

The Roanoke Times 22 May 2022
Today’s highlight. On May 22, 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson, speaking at the University of Michigan, outlined the goals of his “Great Society,” saying that it “rests on abundance and liberty for all” and “demands an end to poverty and racial injustice.”. On this date ... Marion ... In 1985, U.S ... Brown, the first African-American to graduate from the U.S ... .
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Community leaders, and neighbors celebrate graduates at Mount Carmel Baptist Church

The Gainesville Sun 21 May 2022
Graduating students celebrated by community leaders and neighbors. Blake Smith, 18, and Christopher Morgan, 17, are celebrated by neighbors and family on May 21, 2022, for graduating high school and going to college ... The goal of the Manhood Youth Development Foundation is to increase African American graduation rates, founder Charlie Jackson said.
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OPINION| New UK work visa to exclude graduates from Africa

Mail Guardian South Africa 21 May 2022
I believe Britain is unfair to African graduates, using the ranking of universities as a criterion for engagements,” said Professor Olusola Oyewole, the secretary general of the Association of African Universities (AAU), maintaining that every university is unique in its mission and purpose.
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JESSICA JOHNSON: Some simple words of wisdom for 2022 college graduates

Scottsbluff StarHerald 21 May 2022
Commencement season is upon us as college graduates prepare to enter the “grown folks’ world” full time ... I was thinking about my college graduation last Sunday, since commencement ceremonies are often held on the “Lord’s Day” at historically Black colleges and universities ... Edmonds when I graduated from North Carolina Central University in 1991.
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Magic Johnson helps Omaha's Empowerment Network celebrate its 15th anniversary

Omaha World-Herald 21 May 2022
Barney said the group and Omaha 360's collaboration with the community and police had contributed to major reductions in gun violence in Omaha, and that local African American high school graduation rates had climbed and unemployment rates dropped before the pandemic.
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SAFA chief medical officer Thulani Ngwenya to join FIFA at the World Cup in Qatar

Independent online (SA) 20 May 2022
Johannesburg – South African Football Association (SAFA) Chief Medical Officer Thulani Ngwenya’s hard work has been recognised by governing Fifa after he was appointed as the doping officer for the World Cup in Qatar later this year ... during Confederation of African Football games.
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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.®  Endows Morris Brown College With $100,000

The Tennessee Tribune 20 May 2022
“Most people are unaware of the significant contributions these legacy institutions continue to make in our cities and throughout the country, including graduating 22% of all African Americans with bachelor’s degrees, nearly 80% of all African-American judges, 50% of all ...
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Some Simple Words of Wisdom for 2022 College Graduates

The Ponca City News 20 May 2022
Commencement season is upon us as college graduates prepare to enter the “grown folks’ world” full time ... I was thinking about my college graduation last Sunday, since commencement ceremonies are often held on the “Lord’s Day” at historically Black colleges and universities ... Edmonds when I graduated from North Carolina Central University in 1991.
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Tim Scott, three other Republicans author bill to stop student loan debt forgiveness

The Post and Courier 20 May 2022
U.S ... Part of the argument used by progressives for cancelation is that student debt impacts minority borrowers, particularly African Americans, more than others. The Brookings Institution reports that four years after graduation, the average African American college graduate owes over $52,000 in student loans compared to $28,000 for white borrowers ... .
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Arthur Frye, Former Schools Police Chief and Law Enforcement Trailblazer, Remembered as Leader

The Pilot 20 May 2022
Arthur Frye, who led the Moore County school system’s police force and made history as the Aberdeen Police Department’s first African-American patrolman, died Friday. He was 70. A graduate of Union Pines High School, Frye worked in law enforcement for 46 years ... He was absolutely one of the finest men I've ever known.” ... He will be sorely missed.” ... .

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