May 21, 2022

The Evanston Municipal Reparations Symposium Communique

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December 9-11, 2021, at a moment of unprecedented national and international racial reckoning, scores of community-based stakeholders, advocates, elected officials and scholars converged on Evanston, IL for a National Symposium on Municipal and Local Reparations. Convened by the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) and Hosted by FirstRepair, these leaders journeyed to Evanston because of the conception and […]

How to navigate too much music

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By Todd Stach, Beyond The 615, From All Access The amount of new music being released is no joke. You really do have too much music to listen to for potential song adds. Consider it a blessing. Too much music isn’t a problem; it’s an opportunity. There are so many songs that can fit nicely into […]

US Government punishes 11-year-old girl for selling cupcakes without permission

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From Information Liberation No freedom is too innocent to be crushed by the police state. TROY, IL — An 11-year-old entrepreneur recently learned a lesson about the economics of living in a police state when her home-based cupcake business was closed-down by local bureaucrats. When people started noticing young Chloe Stirling’s cake decorating skills, they […]