Making Barry Bond’s Case
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Making Barry Bond’s Case

Baseball’s Hall Of Fame is often-time controversial. In late January of this year, ballot voters inducted zero new members to the Hall of Fame, based in Cooperstown, N.Y, for...

“What’s Going On”: 50 years later
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“What’s Going On”: 50 years later

May 21, 1971 marked the date of the release of Marvin Gaye’s legendary album “What’s Going On”, an album that not only changed the iconic singer’s legacy but that...

Unjustifiable suspicions in the metro
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Unjustifiable suspicions in the metro

By Maria Weekes The repeated cries for “maman” from a platform floor at the Jean-Talon metro station got louder with each punch. The fist belonged to one of two...

“A TASTE OF TEA” 2021 CELEBRATES “BLACK EXCELLENCE” VIRTUALLY Community News

“A TASTE OF TEA” 2021 CELEBRATES “BLACK EXCELLENCE” VIRTUALLY

By: Gemma Raeburn-Baynes Playmas Montreal Cultural Association will bring together tea enthusiasts and professionals for “A Taste of Tea”, the Caribbean Tea Party honoring five young Black women with...

Massimadi: Afro LGBTQ+ festival of film and art
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Massimadi: Afro LGBTQ+ festival of film and art

After 13 years of quiet advocacy, organizers of the annual Massimadi Festival say issues relating to the Afro LGBTQ community in Quebec are slowly finding traction but there’re still...

LITTLE BULLIES GROW UP TO BE BIG BULLIES
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LITTLE BULLIES GROW UP TO BE BIG BULLIES

Dr. Alwin Spence The trick is you must nip it in the bud. At about age 10, and in the same class with a burly 12-year-old bully, it was...