In Response to the Avalanche of Half Truths and the Fascist Campaign of Lies Against the Sincere American People and Cuba - By Gabriel Christian
While the world reflects on the passing of Fidel Castro we have been exposed to the non-stop scenes of Miami grave dancers who do not represent the majority of the sincere American people. The Miami Cubans are a tiny minority and the unrelenting media focus on their grave dancing in the aftermath of Fidel Castro's death disguises the whole truth.
The United States House of Representatives passes Engel Bill to Strengthen Caribbean Engagement.
The bill, H.R. 4939, United States–Caribbean Strategic Engagement Act of 2016, was introduced on April 14, 2016, by Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY) and was referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs, which ordered the bill reported by Unanimous Consent on April 20, 2016
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The Caribbean Council of Prince George’s County & The Coalition of Multicultural Communities Invite you to "The Red Dress Ball"
Last week the Washington Post ran an article on the 10 best places to eat in Beltsville. True, Beltsville is not the first place that usually pops into my mind as a dining destination, but I do like foods that are authentic to their origins and these top 10 were all “ethnic” foods.
S. Donnie Bridgeman was sworn in yesterday as a council member in the historic town of Bladensburg Maryland. In attendance were his parents, siblings, Maryland State Senator – 47th District Victor R. Ramirez, Jolene Ivey, former Maryland State Delegate and wife of former Prince George’s County (Maryland) State’s attorney Glenn Ivey and several others.
Regardless of what Prime Minister Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Abbas stated in their speeches at the United Nations General Assembly, neither is genuinely committed to negotiating a peace agreement based on a two-state solution. Both leaders were engaged in empty rhetoric and slogans for domestic consumption instead of proposing new, credible, and constructive initiatives to resume the negotiations that could lead to a peace agreement, which should have been the thrust of their appearances at the UNGA. That, however, was not and still is not the case.