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Withdrawal From the Race: In the Best Interest of My Children & Our Children

Sometime in the middle of last week, I received a message from my ex-wife saying that she was willing to allow me unfettered visitation with our children that following Thursday evening. Anyone following my personal struggles with post divorce co-parenting … Continue reading

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A Race About Race and Politics in Modern Public Education: The Special Election to Fill the Atlanta Board of Education District 2 Vacancy

When the Atlanta Public Schools’ cheating scandal fully broke in the news, I was asked by a friend who works at Morehouse to write a piece that expressed my personal understanding of the controversy. I had immediate suspicions regarding the … Continue reading

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Atlanta Proposes Charging for Collected Rainwater (APN)

Written By: CHEYENNE X 6-28-2011 (APN) ATLANTA — A currently proposed City of Atlanta ordinance would begin to charge residents who use rainwater catchment systems, raising concern among some Atlanta citizens who see the ordinance as taxing the water which … Continue reading

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The House of Amen (HoA) Transformative Housing Program

The House of Amen (HoA)      Transformative Housing Program 966 & 1010 McDaniel Street SW Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 721-3992 future.metro.atl@gmail.com The House of Amen (HoA) Transformative Housing Program is a non-denominational, ecumenical ministry that assists men (particularly veterans) in … Continue reading

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Atlanta City Council Candidate Challenges New Rainwater Ordinance

June 17, 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contact: Kwabena “Cubby” Nkromo 404.587.2227 kwabena.nkromo@gmail.com Atlanta City Council Candidate Challenges New Rainwater Ordinance West End, Atlanta—District 4 candidate Kwabena Nkromo has called on city hall to issue explicit, consistent, and unambiguous exemptions to … Continue reading

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The Politico-Spiritual Legacy of Minister Malcolm

This month’s Word for the House on Amen’s Revival & Community Celebration was based on an essay written by Dr. Maulana Karenga entitled, “THE MEANING AND MEASURE OF MALCOLM: REMEMBRANCE AND RIGHTFUL READING” (Los Angeles Sentinel, 05-19-11, p.A7)  

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Why I am running for City Council, District 4

I chose Agricultural Economics as my major at college because I had hopes of impacting the state of hunger that exists in the world. Like many people, I was touched by the images of extreme food deprivation in far away … Continue reading

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