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Celebrate and honor mothers with
tolerance and respect for each other

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other’s Day celebration on
May 8 was another big
seller for the commercial industry
with record sales of a wide range
of gifts to our mothers. The National Retail Federation (NRF)
estimates that American consumers spent some $22 billion for
Mother's Day, up from $13.4 billion in 2009.
This places it number two
after Christmas and well ahead of
Father's Day on the list of highest-spending holidays.
But Mother's Day should not
be about retailers topping sales
records and creating the most
commercially viable day worldwide. We need to focus on empowering women to take care of
themselves and to build the next
generation.
As frequently quoted by development specialists, “If you educate a man, you educate one
person. If you educate a woman,
you educate a nation.”
As a society, we must create
a balance of building the human
resource capacities of both men
and women.

However, several studies reveal that educating girls and
women is especially effective because when we educate them, the
benefits are felt throughout the
whole community. It has been described as a magic multiplier in
the development equation.
American policy-makers appear to be in agreement with such
statements. However, African
American women are especially
not being afforded enough resources to educate and transform
their families.
At every level of our education system, including secondary
and tertiary, women are out-performing men, yet men continue to
dominate the top management
positions as well as the higher income group.
Women comprise the poorest
among all categories of the American demography and most of the
poverty found in black communities is found in female-headed
households. In fact, black femaleheaded households were just
about 18 percent in 1950 compared to a troubling 68 percent
today.

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The poverty rate among
black married couples has been in
the single digits since 1994 and is
about 8 percent today. The socalled black illegitimacy rate is
75 percent, and in some cities, it’s
90 percent.
The legacy of slavery has
been blamed for the increasing
number of black female-headed
households and children growing
up without their biological fathers.

Yet, it continues to define us
a people. We always urge men
and women to have a good relationship with each other, but it
may require divine intervention to
solve the competing or conflicting issues plaguing black couples.
If we are serious about empowering women in support of
Mother’ Day, we must take the
burden off the thousands of
women who are the sole breadwinner of their families.
Too many fathers are absent
from homes. Where are the fathers in the African American
communities and why are men
not at home?
Men are not just spermdonors; they are needed to support the social and economic
needs of their families.
Relationships among human
beings are very difficult, but we
need each other and to successfully grow the family.
As we celebrate and honor
mothers, each of us should be part
of the solution by displaying
more tolerance and respect for
each other.

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Are people fearful of a Trump presidency?

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arlier, I had written a newspaper article regarding the
characteristics of the next president of the United States. So,
now it’s either the first female
president -- Hillary Clinton -- or
an individual with nuts made of
hardened steel -- Donald Trump.
Trump has won as the Republican standard bearer based
on voicing what many Americans say privately in their homes
or in their social circles. However, he is creating fears in individuals and “making America the
laughing stock of the world.”
Therefore, many caricatures are
being made of him.
To address the concerns of
those who are fearful of a
Trump’s presidency, there is no
need to pack ones’ grips or suitcases to leave America. In this
country, the winners get the
spoils of victory but the losers
maintain their Civil Rights. In
our democracy, our Civil Rights
cannot be taken away overnight.
In addition, the bureaucrats
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bureaucrats can drag their feet on
its implementation, so much that
the president could leave office
before it is enacted.

Donald Trump

Presumptive Republican
presidential nominee

Another point is that the
presidential candidate could
choose a vice-presidential candidate with the presidential knowledge he lacks. We saw that with
President Bush and vice-president Dick Cheney. This is not a
good example as Cheney is re-

sponsible for the rise of ISIS.
While many are lambasting
Trump as a buffoon, he has
shown himself to be wise in
eliminating the cast of dubious
characters who wanted to be
president, and he may have done
America a great service. He may
even show how smart he is by selecting a Black, Latino, female or
a lesbian running mate.
Notwithstanding, what is
galling regarding the mobilizing
of bias against Trump is that people from other industrialized nations are questioning the political
wisdom or even the intelligence
of the American people.

To them I would say, until
they can elect an actor, a Black,
or a peanut farmer to be a leader
of England, Canada, China,
France, Japan, Russia, or Germany, they should be mindful in
lecturing Americans.
Americans have elected
such individuals as president and
the Union is still strong. But
then, in America, we let people
have their say; so in retrospect,
other nations can freely and fearlessly speak their minds on political and other happenstance
(occurrences) in America. Yes,
we need to address injustice. I
did not say we are perfect.
God Bless America

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BROOKLYN:

n 18-year-old woman was savagely
attacked by a group of men who took
turns raping her during a horrific scene at
a Brooklyn playground, officials said Saturday.
The victim was inside Osborn Playground in Brownsville about 11:15 p.m.
on Thursday when the five suspects approached her and her father near the
park’s handball courts, officials said.
One of the suspects — described by
police sources as a man in his 20s or 30s
in a red jacket and black pants — pulled
a gun and ordered the victim’s dad to
leave the playground, officials said.
“Get the f— out of here,” he ordered,
according to police sources.
Each of the five men then raped the
young woman, the NYPD said.

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Woman gets 25 yrs
for brutal killing
of her boyfriend

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BROOKLYN
Brooklyn’s woman will spend 25
years to life in prison for what a prosecutor calls the especially brutal killing of
her boyfriend in 2012.
Queens District Attorney Richard A.
Brown says 42-year-old Anna Adams of
Prospect Lane in Brooklyn was sentenced
Wednesday for second-degree murder and
other crimes.
Jeffrey Perkins, 46 was stabbed in the
neck, back and head. His remains were
partially wrapped in bed sheets and then
doused with bleach.
Brown says there were blood trails
throughout the house and even outdoors.
When the defendant was taken into custody she was wearing just one shoe. The
prosecutor says a matching shoe was
found under the victim's body.

NEW LA QUINTA INN IN EDGEMERE:

On May 6, Council Member Donovan Richards (D-Far Rockaway) joined La Quinta Inn representatives and Edgemere community
leaders for the ribbon-cutting and grand opening of the new La Quinta Inn located on Rockaway Beach Boulevard. The hotel hired
100 percent of its workers locally. “Not only is this new business helping residents who are still reeling from Hurricane Sandy, but
it is also working to increase the job market right here on the peninsula,” said Councilman Richards.

Bronx ‘party crasher’ sentenced to 18 years

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Bronx man – who was one of six New
York City teenagers accused in the fatal
beating and stomping death of an 18-yearold Long Islander whom they perceived to
be gay – has been sentenced to 18 years in
prison on his plea of guilty to manslaughter
last month. The attack occurred in March
2011 as the victim left a birthday party in
Woodhaven, Queens.
Three other individuals have previously
pleaded guilty in the case and have been sentenced to prison.
Alex Velez, 21, of the Bronx who
pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter
on April 20, 2016, appeared on Tuesday before Queens Supreme Court Justice Joseph
Zayas and was sentenced to 18 years in
prison and five years’ post-release supervision.
Queens District Attorney Richard A.
Brown said that, according to the charges,
Anthony Collao, 18, of Long Island, and another individual had just left a party in
Woodhaven on March 12, 2011, when the
defendants – Alex Velez, Calvin Pietri, Luis
Tabales, Christopher Lozada, Nolis Ogando
and Jonathan Echevarria – chased them after
having made derogatory remarks. Three of
the defendants were allegedly carrying what
appeared to be a stick, pipe and cane.
At approximately 12:50 a.m., Velez,
Pietri and Tabales and Lozada – allegedly
along with Ogando and Echevarria and others – caught Mr. Collao on 90th Street, between 88th and 89th Avenue, and threw him
to the ground and began to punch, kick and
strike him with objects and a piece of lattice
fencing before stealing his personal property
– including an Atlanta Braves baseball cap
and sneakers. Mr. Collao died two days later
as a result of injuries he sustained during the
attack.
About fifteen minutes after the attack,
police apprehended five of the defendants in
the vicinity of Woodhaven Boulevard and
Jamaica Avenue and recovered a metal pipe
with blood on it near the victim and a piece
of fencing. A sixth defendant was apprehended three months later.
Calvin Pietri, 22, of Woodhaven,
Queens, pleaded guilty in May 2013 to first-

degree gang assault and was sentenced to 16
years in prison. Luis Tabales, 21, of Richmond Hill, pleaded guilty in May 2013 to
first-degree gang assault and was sentenced
to 12 years in prison. Christopher Lozada,
22, of Woodhaven, pleaded guilty in December 2013 to second-degree assault and was
sentenced to four years in prison. The cases

against Nolis Ogando, 23, of Ridgewood,
and Jonathan Echevarria, 21, of Brooklyn,
are presently pending trial.
The investigation was conducted by the
District Attorney’s Hate Crimes Bureau, the
New York City Police Department’s 102nd
Precinct’s Detective Squad, the Queens
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World’s oldest
person dies in
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rooklyn resident Susannah Mushatt
Jones, the world’s oldest person, died
Thursday night at age 116.
Robert Young, a senior consultant for
the Gerontology Research Group, said
Jones died at a senior home after being ill
the past 10 days.
Jones was born in a small farm town
near Montgomery, Ala., in 1899. She was
one of 11 siblings and attended a special
school for young black girls. Relatives
have attributed her long life to her love of
family and generosity to others.
Jones became Guinness World
Records’ official oldest person when 117year-old Misao Okawa died in Tokyo last
year.
Italy’s Emma Morano, just a few
months younger than Jones, is now the
unofficial world’s oldest person.

Mount Vernon Woman
Convicted of ID Theft
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MOUNT VERNON:
imone Barrett Johnson, 29 of a Mount
Vernon address was recently convicted
of ID Theft.
Acting Westchester County District Attorney James A. McCarty said Johnson assumed the identity of an Ohio resident by
using the person’s identifying information
between February 20 and February 23,
2014.
Johnson used the victim’s Marion
Community Credit Union Debit Card to
paid her cable bill in the amount of $181
and purchased shoes from NastyGal.com
for $342.
The victim’s name and home address
were used as the billing address, but the defendant’s home address was the shipping
address.

SIMONE BARRETT JOHNSON

Johnson was tracked down by a Mount
Vernon Police Department detecting using
her email address and street address.
Johnson was charged with second-degree identity theft, a felony, and third-degree unlawful possession of personal
identification information and larceny, a
misdemeanor.
McCarty said Johnson caused the victim, who earns about $400 per week, a financial loss of $533. He said due to the
nature of the theft, that money cannot be
credited back to the victim or her credit
union.
Johnson is being held at the Westchester County Jail and is scheduled for sentencing June 15, 2016
She faces a maximum of four years in
prison.

he Obama administration is directing public schools around the country including
those here in New York City, to allow transgender students access to bathrooms and locker
rooms that match their gender identity.
An official letter is being sent to public
school districts Friday.
While the letter sent from the U.S. Depart-

ments of Education and Justice does not have
any new legal requirements, the White House
says it is meant to clarify the need to educate
students in non-discriminatory environments.
In a statement, U.S. Attorney General
Loretta Lynch said, "There is no room in our
schools for discrimination of any kind, including discrimination against transgender students

on the basis of their sex."
Jared Fox, the city Department of Education's LGBT Community Liaison, also released
a statement backing the directive, adding, "We
have guidelines in place to ensure every school
building provides a safe and supportive learning environment that allows students to use the
bathroom of their gender identity."

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Tension between
Jamaicans and
Trinidad

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KINGSTON, Jamaica:
amaica's relationship with its neighbors to
the base of the Caribbean archipelago,
Trinidad and Tobago, has been an uneasy one
for at least the past decade in one specific
area -- it believes that its citizens are too often
denied entry and unfairly treated when arriving at Trinidad's Piarco International Airport.
This concern usually leads to discussions in the Jamaican blogosphere about the
ongoing trade gap between the two
Caribbean Community (CARICOM) nations,
conflating the two separate issues of trade
and immigration. It also fuels a general public perception in Jamaica that its nationals are
not particularly welcome in some other
CARICOM territories, Trinidad in particular.
Over 150 Jamaicans have been denied
entry to the twin-island republic this year
alone -- a higher rate of refusals than in 2015,
so far.
Moreover, Trinidad noted that it had approximately 19,500 illegal Jamaican immigrants in 2014. While efforts have been made
at intervals over the past decade -- including
the signing of a joint agreement to facilitate
easier trade and freedom of movement signed
by both foreign ministers in 2013 -- problems
persist. Since the 2013 agreement, further
complaints of mistreatment at Trinidad's port
of entry have been reported.
It isn't just Trinidad and Tobago. In that
same year, the Caribbean Court of Justice
awarded Jamaican Shanique Myrie total
damages of over 77,000 Barbadian dollars
(about US$39,000) after she took the Barbados government to court over unfair treatment.
Myrie alleged that when she travelled to
Barbados on March 14, 2011, she was discriminated against because of her nationality,
subjected to a humiliating body cavity search,
detained overnight in a cell and deported to
Jamaica the following day. Myrie also
claimed that a Barbadian immigration officer
made derogatory remarks towards her.

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Aruba - the richest
Caribbean island

ruba with a Gross Domestic Product
(GDP) per capita of $23,353, followed
by the Bahamas at $22,217 and Trinidad and
Tobago at 21,323 are the richest countries in
the Caribbean.
While there are naturally a number of
ways to measure wealth — and none is perfect — one measure is to look at a given
country’s GDP per capita.
It’s at least a good indicator of the general standard of living in the country, as of
course high concentrations of wealth in the
hands of a smaller number of people can
skew the data
.

So we compiled a list of Caribbean
countries using data from the last four years
from the World Bank’s data center, listed in
US dollar equivalents.
While GDP data isn’t available for every
territory in the Caribbean, it is available for
the vast majority of independent and constituent countries.
So what’s the “wealthiest” country in the
Caribbean, according to GDP?
It’s Aruba, with a GDP per capita of
$23,353, followed by the Bahamas at
$22,217 and Trinidad and Tobago at 21,323.
See the full rankings in the data table
below.

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Thousands in
Suriname protest
against electricity
price hike

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PARAMARIBO, Suriname:

ver 5,000 disgruntled citizens
took to the streets in Suriname’s
capital Paramaribo on Friday to
protest against a steep price hike for
electricity.

The move to increase the price came
just days after the International Monetary
Fund (IMF) advised the Bouterse-administration to cut back on subsidizing electricity bills.
The government subsidizes the national power company annually by over 1
billion Surinamese dollars (US$160 million). The higher rates took effect on May
1 and people will have to pay higher bills
starting late June. From the beginning, the
opposition, the private sector, trade unions
and part of the coalition in parliament
were against the increases.
A last ditch effort from President Desi
Bouterse on Thursday afternoon could not
prevent a massive turnout at Friday’s rally.
During a radio interview, the president announced that the price increases are being
postponed for the time being. During the
coming days the government will discuss
the matter further with the unions and
business sector and also seek advice from
the Social and Economic Council, before
taking a final decision, Bouterse said.
However, the organizers of the protest
refused to call off the rally. Although the
price increase for electricity was the straw
that broke the camel’s back, citizens also
complain about the fact that life has become more expensive since the government devalued the Surinamese dollar in
November last year, and prices for all
goods and services have risen correspondingly.

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NEWS IN BRIEF

Ex-Skadden Atty Deserves 4-5
Years For Ponzi Scam, US Says

Federal prosecutors told a New York
court on Thursday a prison sentence of 51
to 63 months for onetime Skadden Arps
Slate Meagher & Flom LLP lawyer
Charles Bennett for running a $5 million
Ponzi scheme would be appropriate given
the “brazen nature” of his conduct.

Deal Ends Malpractice Suit
Over Joan Rivers’ Death

A lawsuit accusing a New York City
clinic of gross negligence in connection
with Joan Rivers' death has been settled
for an undisclosed amount, the comedian's daughter said Thursday.

Ex-NY Senate Leader Skelos
Gets 5 Years For Graft

A Manhattan federal judge hit former
New York State Senate leader Dean Skelos with a five-year prison sentence and a
$500,000 fine for corruption Thursday,
nine days after his former Albany counterpart Sheldon Silver got 12 years for
taking kickbacks on a larger scale.

Striking Verizon Workers
Can't Picket Hotels, Judge Says

A National Labor Relations Board regional director won a bid Thursday from
a New York federal judge for a preliminary injunction blocking the Communications Workers of America from
picketing New York City-area hotels that
are housing out-of-town Verizon workers
brought in to replace striking CWA members.

Bloomberg Pays $5.5M To
Settle Call Center Wage Suit

Bloomberg LP has agreed to pay almost
$5.5 million to resolve a proposed class
action brought by New York call center
employees who claimed that the news
and financial data service underpaid
them, according to court documents on
Wednesday.

Funeral Notification Scam

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The link, as it turns out, sends
victims to a third party website
where malware can be downloaded
onto their machines. The malware
allows scammers to gain access to
the computers’ information.
The New York State Division of
Consumer Protection would like to
remind consumers to be wary of unsolicited e-mails requesting your
immediate action.
To prevent falling victim to this
scam, please keep the following tips
in mind:
If you receive an e-mail from a
funeral home about a friend or loved

one’s passing, contact the funeral
home or family directly to verify the
information.
To avoid downloading unwanted malware, do not do not click
on links or open files in unfamiliar
emails.
Be sure to keep your security
software updated.
For more information regarding
scam prevention and mitigation,
please contact the New York Department of State, Division of Consumer Protection at (518)-474-8583.

Educator Facing
Firing for Exposing
Racism and Discrimination:
Calls for an Uprising (Help)

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amaican born Activist and Scholar-educator, Dr. Rupert Green, is seeking
you support to help fight the racism and discrimination that rouge elements
in the New York City Department of Education (DOE) use to keep Blacks out
of leadership and teaching positions.
Dr. Green, a NYC educator, is facing possible termination for “using DOE
emails” to reveal how Black and disadvantaged children were being failed because nepotism and racism was used to ensure they saw few Blacks educators,
especially males, as role models. This is a problem in most states and in other
nations where Blacks are found.
Thus, he seeks wide support with hiring lawyers to fight for our children.
Please visit his Go fund me site to make a donation.

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Penn Relays 2016 Winners

Team Jamaica strikes back! Members of the winning squad of the USA vs The World
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Reggae Boy suspended and
fined for violent conduct

TAMPA, Fla.
he United Soccer League has suspended
Jamaican forward Romeo Parkes for the
remainder of the 2016 season and fined him
an undisclosed amount for attacking Canadian international defender Karl Ouimette in
a game Saturday.
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds had already
terminated Parkes’ contract. Parkes and
Ouimette, a former Impact player, were both
red-carded for their part in a melee late in the
game between Pittsburgh and the New York
Red Bulls II. As they began to walk off the
field, Parkes kicked Ouimette from behind,
knocking him to the ground.
The 23-year-old from Repentigny was
stretchered off, but was not seriously injured,
according to mlssoccer.com.
“There is no place in our game for this
type of unprofessional conduct and our decision reinforces the USL’s commitment to
preserving the integrity and reputation of the
game,” USL president Jake Edwards said in
a statement Monday. “Player safety is paramount and any type of behaviour that is
detrimental to the well-being of our players
will not be tolerated.”
Pittsburgh owner Tuffy Shallenberger
apologized to fans, the Red Bulls II and
Ouimette.
“Romeo’s actions are not representative
of what our organization and its Academy
stands for in regards to helping promote and
grow this sport in not only the Greater Al-

Romeo Parkes
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legheny area, but also nationwide.”
Parkes said via Twitter that his actions
were “wrong and inappropriate.”
“I ask for my fans, the league and my
teammates as well as the New York Red
Bulls to accept my sincere apology.”
New York won the game 3-1, with
Parkes scoring for Pittsburgh.
Ouimette had started six MLS matches
for the Red Bulls this season before being
loaned to the Red Bulls II for the weekend
match.

Armory Joins
‘Road To Rio’ With
Ambassador Program

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Shanice Love of Excelsior High of
Kingston, Jamaica, who has been awarded
the High School Girls' Athlete for Individual Events at the Penn Relays. Shanice won
the discus on Thursday with her final throw
of 54.72 meters (179 feet 6 inches), breaking the previous mark by 17 inches. Runner-up Elena Bruckner of San Jose, Calif.,
also broke that record, throwing 54.44
(178-7).

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NEW YORK, NY:
rmory Foundation President Dr. Norbert Sander announces standout track
& field performers Nicole Tully, Russell
Dinkins and Kyle Merber have been selected
‘Armory Ambassadors’ during preparation
for upcoming participation in the U.S.
Olympic Trials and onto Summer Olympics
in Rio de Janeiro.
Tully, Dinkins and Merber’s stories, on
and off the track surface, will be chronicled
throughout the 2016 season through the eyes
of Armorytrack.com, and its Instagram,
Facebook and Twitter posting with the hashtag #ArmoryJourneys.
Follow The Armory on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram at @armorynyc.
All three athletes share in common successful careers on the famed track at The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center.
“The Armory Foundation is very excited to engage these outstanding athletes,
all contenders for the 2016 Olympic Games
in Rio, as ‘track ambassadors’ to the thousands of young student-athletes who participate together in this great sports arena,”
Sander said.
“They are very well-educated young
adults who are following their dream and
could not be a better model for our youth.
We look forward to joining the Olympic
journey of Nicole Tully, Russell Dinkins and
Kyle Merber as they train and compete on
the road to the U.S. Olympic Trials in July
and onto the Olympics in Brazil.”

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Marley & Friends ‘Culture Fest’ for June 25th
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ive Nation in association with Jammins
Events presents the “Marley & Friends Culture Fest” on Saturday, June 25th 2016.
The first ever Reggae Culture fest will feature
live performances by renowned reggae international superstars Ziggy Marley, Steel Pulse,
Maxi Priest and Ed Robinson.
The Culture Fest will take place at the
new outdoor Amphitheater located at the
world famous Coney Island Boardwalk in
Brooklyn. Seating capacity for the venue is
4700 patrons. The Amphitheater is scheduled
to open this June 2016. Join us as Marley &
Friends Culture Fest makes history by being
the first event this June 2016.
Tickets are now On Sale and can be purchase online at www.ticketmaster.com or by
phone at (800) 745-3000.
Tickets can also be purchased at local
ticket outlets in Brooklyn: Conrads Bakery,
Topaz Restaurants, Silver Krust Restaurant,
Tasty Delicious Restaurant, Faye & Kings
Restaurant and Trelawni Place Bar & Grill;

‘Married Beres
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Maxi Priest

to headline Singers in Action

David Nesta "Ziggy" Marley is a Jamaican musician
and son of Reggae legend, Bob Marley.

Je'caryous Johnson's "Married but Single" will be live at Kings Theatre for two
days with two shows each day.
Saturday, May 21st ( 3:30PM &
8:00PM) and Sunday, May 22nd
(3:00PM & 7:30PM)
Starring Lisa Raye McCoy,
Chrisette Michele, Darrin Henson, Carl
Payne, Lamyia Good, Samson Logan,
Terrell Carter and Skye Griffin
Sharon Wilson is in love with R&B
sensation, Julian Johnson, who knows
everything about singing about love and
nothing about how to give it.
So after three years of empty promises and fighting off side chicks, Sharon
steps out and maybe even steps up as an
old flame walks into her life and gives
her a taste of all the love she’s been
missing.
Come enjoy the ever-entertaining
Je’Caryous Johnson experience and find
out what happens when “I Do” turns into
“I did” and a couple conveniently become Married But Single.
For more information:
718.282.8041

Queens: VP Records; and Bronx: Moodies
Records.
Parts of the proceeds will be donated to
the AFUWI Scholarship and Provident Clinical Society Brooklyn. For further information
on the concert please contact 718.282.8041

ammins Events in association with NJPAC
is pleased to announce Singers in Action Part V featuring the Legendary Reggae superstar BERES HAMMOND, Reggae Empress
MARCIA GRIFFITHS and the Messenjah,
LUCIANO all live in concert on Saturday, July
9th, 2016 at the New Jersey Performance Arts
Center in Newark, NJ.
The concert signify the return of Beres
Hammond and Luciano to NJPAC where they
previously performed to a sold out audience
that left the theater begging for more. This is
one show for one night only that you don't
want to miss.
Hugh Beresford Hammond musical career spans over 40 years and has had a remarkable uphill climb both on the musical charts
and in the hearts of reggae lovers around the
globe with chart topping hits and noteworthy
collaborations. Throughout each era, Beres
Hammond’s music has been the anthem for the
reggae generation starting in the 70’s with
songs like “One Step Ahead” and continuing
in the 80’s with tunes like “Groovy Little
Thing”, “What One Dance Can Do”, “Settling
Down” and the unforgettable duet with Maxi
Priest “How Can We Ease the Pain”. In the
90’s Beres topped the charts with songs like
“Tempting to Touch”, “Is This a Sign” and
“Respect to You Baby”.
Marcia Llyneth Griffiths, crowned the
Empress of Reggae Music, was born on November 23, 1949 to Joseph and Beatrice Griffiths. The family hailed from a poor section of
West Kingston, Jamaica. A career spanning 40

Ed Robinson

Steel Pulse

LUCIANO
BERES HAMMOND

years to date and still going strong, she hits
high points internationally as a soloist and as
a duo with Bob Andy, as Bob and Marcia. She
has toured the world as a member of the Ithrees with Bob Marley and the Wailers.
Luciano, born Jepther Washington McClymont on October 20, 1964 in Davey Town,
a small community located atop a hilly region
on the road to Mandeville in the central Jamaican parish of Manchester. Luciano was
raised in the Adventist church and sang in the
church choir.
Tickets are available at
www.ticketmaster.com or www.njpac.org,
and by phone at 800.745-3000.

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OBITUARIES

James ‘Jim’ Haughton

October 8, 1929-April 17, 2016

We regret to announce the transition of James Haughton. As we reflect on his life and
legacy, Jim was one of the instrumental leaders in the fight for equal rights and justice
in the construction industry. We invite you to give honor and pay your respects at his
memorial service.
Mount Olivet Baptist Church
201 Lenox Ave @120th Street, Harlem, NY
Saturday, May 21, 2016 • 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Contact for information:

Ronnie Asbell-212-966 -6174 • Vivia Morgan - 917-627-7292 • Dennis Levy - 646-918-7292

Caribbean Rocks NYC
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s part of its 10th year anniversary celebrations, TEMPO Networks announces
the launch of “Caribbean Rocks NYC,” an
event spotlighting the Caribbean’s extraordinarily beautiful destinations and amazing culture, music and entertainment.
Caribbean Rocks NYC, will take place
during CTO’s Caribbean Week June 1st – 5th,
2016 in NYC and is a partnership between
TEMPO, the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) and Platinum destination partner,
The Islands Of The Bahamas -- one of the
Caribbean’s leading tourist destinations.
A combination of awards ceremony and
Caribbean travel, destination and entertainment showcase, Caribbean Rocks NYC will
also feature the very best in live performances
from top Caribbean performers. TEMPO’s
Founder Chairman & CEO,
Frederick A. Morton, Jr. states: “We are
thrilled to be partnering with the Caribbean
Tourism Organization and the Islands of the
Bahamas to produce this ground-breaking
event designed to spotlight on an annual basis
our world-class destinations and tourism
product and unmatched music and entertainment talent – the heart and soul of the
TEMPO mission.”
This partnership between TEMPO and
the CTO in the development of Caribbean
Rocks NYC takes on even greater significance during TEMPO’s 10th year anniversary, recalling TEMPO’s launch in 2005 at
the CTO’s Caribbean Fair at New York City’s
South Street Seaport.
“TEMPO’s roots,” Morton states, “are
firmly planted within CTO and Caribbean
Week is the marker for where it all began.”

The 2005 TEMPO Launch event drew a
crowd of more than 10,000 attendees and was
the largest event ever staged during
Caribbean Week.
In addition to marketing and promoting
the Caribbean’s amazing destinations, the
event cemented TEMPO’s mission of identifying and establishing Caribbean talent, as it
featured then burgeoning artist Rihanna, who
has since advanced to international superstardom; Grammy Award winning artist Wyclef
Jean; and soca star Machel Montano, among
others.
CTO Secretary General Mr. Hugh Riley
states “When we joined forces with TEMPO
during Caribbean Week in New York in 2005,
we had no way of predicting some of the incredible outcomes we have seen since then!
We fully expect the 2016 CARIBBEAN
ROCKS NYC to be equally exciting and rewarding for the performers, our participating
countries and all those who attend this historic event. Caribbean Rocks is the next best
thing to actually being in the Caribbean!”
The launch of Caribbean Rocks establishes the premier event to bring attention to
two of the Caribbean’s most important industries, tourism and entertainment, through the
development of a product which will grow to
be like the MTV Video Music Awards
(VMAs) or Movie Awards or BET Honors
and Award show, aimed to showcase
both at a high-end level.
The event is primarily targeted to the
very important Diaspora market, but with
strong ancillary promotions to the general
market.

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AROUND TOWN PHOTOS

Honor student of the University of Connecticut School of Nursing Kaydeen Maitland
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Maurice, Jr., and dean Regina Cusson (4th l) at the university’s graduation ceremony
held on May 7 Storrs, Ct.

Jennifer P. Lumley
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Leighton Hollar,
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College Old Boys
Association USA Inc
33rd Awards Dinner
held recently at The
Antun's, Queens.

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PATERSON:
judge on Friday sentenced a Paterson
man to 30 years in prison for fatally
shooting his girlfriend two years ago
in a dispute over their daughter.
“I didn’t mean to do it,” a
tearful Perfis Pena-Nunez said in
Superior Court in Paterson. “I am
very ashamed.”
Pena-Nunez, 32, continued
to weep when two of his relatives
— who were among nearly a dozen
family members who attended the sentencing — spoke in his support and apologized to the family of his victim, Jackie
Delarosa-Rodriguez.
Pena-Nunez was initially charged with
murder and weapons offenses, and faced up
to life in prison. He later pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter and agreed to a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison. He must

serve more than 25 years before he is eligible
for parole.
During his guilty plea in March, PenaNunez admitted in court that he and
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LAS Media Group LLC., announced that the company is
seeking 4-13 years-old male and female children of Caribbean heritage, to
be a part of a documentary highlighting the Caribbean.
KLAS Media’s CEO, Ann Thompson says the selected children will be a
part of a documentary that will be entered
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12:00 pm to 5pm.
Parents interested in having their children in the audition must email AnnThompsonFilms@gmail.com for location
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There is no charge to audition.

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The cast and crew of 'Jamaican Mafia' with copies of the new and improved Extended
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digitally remastered and repackaged as a collector's item. He is urging fans worldwide,
to visit reggaeplanet.com to add the freshly minted extended version of Jamaican Mafia
to their movie collection. Jamaican Mafia is also available at VP Records 170-21 Jamaica Avenue, Queens.

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