Articles from the October 19, 2023 edition

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 By Xaiver Jones    News    October 19, 2023

Community came out to support the Western Wayne County NAACP's Annual Freedom Fund Dinner

The month of October brings certain inevitabilities into the world. Halloween, leaves will change colors, breast cancer awareness, and the Western Wayne County NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner. Months of...

 
 By Megan Kirk    News    October 19, 2023

Wayne County Commission Approves Executive Evans' Ninth Consecutive Balanced Budget

WAYNE COUNTY, MI – The Wayne County Commission has approved Executive Warren C. Evans' $2.02 billion budget for the 2023-2024 fiscal year – Wayne County's ninth consecutive balanced budget under the...

 

The Dirty Truth: Michigan Utilities Need to Clean Up Their Act

Lansing, MI – The Dirty Truth is that Michigan's largest utilities are not transitioning to clean energy fast enough to limit the worst impacts of our changing climate, according to a new report f...

 

INTERNATIONAL Black and Jewish members of Congress speak out on brutal Israel- Hamas war

, - AFRO International Writer, Members of the Congressional Caucus on Black-Jewish Relations (CCBJR) are weighing in on the latest deadly conflict overseas. Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the nation is "at war" on Oct. 7 as...

 

(BPRW) Shining a Light on Breast Cancer Awareness: A Conversation with Karen E. Jackson

(Black PR Wire) Miami, FL – October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month and though all women can be affected by breast cancer, Black women continue to have a higher death rate. The incomparable K...

 

AG Nessel Applauds Committee Vote on Guardianship Bills Several aim to prevent elder abuse

LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel applauds the passage of House Bills (HB) 4909, 4910, 4911, 4912, and 5047 out of the House Judiciary Committee. HB 4909-12 would institute l...

 

Justice Department Issues Report to Improve Police Hiring Nationwide

Law enforcement faces a challenge as more officers resign or retire, and fewer qualified applicants are interested in becoming police officers. A new report from the Justice Department suggests that...

 

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