Olympian Rafer Johnson Connects With Special Olympics

By Dennis J. Freeman Studio City-For Olympic gold medalist Rafer Johnson, giving back is the right thing to do. If fact, the 1960 Olympic decathlon winner declares that reaching back to help others should be a no-brainer for anyone who had help themselves along their own life’s journey. Growing up in Kingsburg, California, a small […]

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Dazzle of Curly Neal and Harlem Globetrotters not Forgotten

By Dennis J. Freeman   news4usonline.com Black History Month Feature        The NBA would not be where it is today without the contributions to the sport of basketball by the likes of Fred “Curley” Neal and the Harlem Globetrotters.  The Harlem Globetrotters is one of just six teams inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. The spectacular mesmerizing […]

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States Easing Restrictions Against Ex-Convicts

By Kenneth J. Cooper America’s Wire  States across the country are passing laws intended to make ex-offenders more likely to find jobs and, as a result, less prone to commit crime again. Behind the legislative trend is an unusual combination of budget-conscious officials seeking to trim prison populations and activists opposing “structural discrimination” against applicants […]

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