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Articles from the May 20, 2021 edition

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 By Stacy M. Brown    News    May 20, 2021

Black, Latino and Female Officers Use Less Force than Whites

African American police officers made more than 15 fewer stops, about two fewer arrests on average than their White counterparts , ScienceNews.org found in a new study. The study revealed that...

 

Some things should never be so Black and white

Next week will mark one year since George Floyd was murdered by former police officer, Derek Chauvin. While his death sparked worldwide outrage, protests, and much needed discussions about our...

 

The people have spoken

I love hearing from the readers of the Telegram News. It is pleasing to realize that people enjoy the Telegram and they will take time out to let me know how they feel. So many people call and thank u...

 
 By Suzanne Potter    News    May 20, 2021

Bills Would Allow Driver's License, ID Cards for the Undocumented

LANSING. -- Undocumented people in Michigan would regain the right to apply for a driver's license or ID card, if two bills introduced Tuesday in the state Senate were to pass. They're called the...

 

LOCKS & SAFES FOR GUNS

Lock, stock and barrel is an old figure of speech defining the totality of a firearm. The barrel through which the bullet is directed toward target;, the stock, which provides means for a grip and...

 

Inkster Task Force Debuts New Farmers Market

The Inkster Task Force is bringing the opportunity to purchase fresh produce and home-baked goods to the community, by way of a Farmers' Market being held in cooperation with the National Kidney...

 

Michigan Lottery Contributes Record $1.179 Billion to Michigan Schools in 2020

The Michigan Lottery raised more than $1.179 billion for Michigan schools in fiscal year 2020. This marks the sixth record-setting year in a row for Lottery contributions to the School Aid Fund and the second consecutive year that the Lottery has...

 

Making Technology Affordable and Accessible ForAll

When the pandemic shut down Detroit schools and office buildings, Willie Brake closed his local computer shop, All About Technology. That closure lasted just two days. "Phones were ringing off the...

 
 By Stacy M. Brown    News    May 20, 2021

Black Civil War Regiment Honored in Detroit

Officials in Detroit have unveiled the 102nd United States Colored Troop Memorial Highway, honoring the heroic African American Infantry Regiment formed during the Civil War in 1863. The dedication...

 

Jameel Davis - Completely Naked

f you asked me the name of the book I'm reading, and I answered, "Completely Naked", you'll be fair to assume I'm indulging in a piece of erotic fiction. Especially if you've done your research, you...

 

Click It or Ticket

Seat belts save lives. During a vehicle crash, being buckled up helps keep you safe and secure inside your vehicle and reduces the risk of fatal injury to front-seat passenger car occupants by 45...

 

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