Former first lady slates March date in Harlem to hail women

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Associated Press/Czarek Sokolowski, file

Among an impressive Women’s History Month lineup of speakers and presentations slated to hail the celebrated gender this month, the New York Public Library recently announced Harlem’s Schomburg Center for Social Research the location for a March 27 dialogue with former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. Acclaimed for her role as the wife of President William “Bill” Clinton, the accomplished former New York senator, secretary of state, presidential candidate, and controversial loser to Donald Trump is booked for a one night engagement, which will likely attract SRO crowds to the landmark archival location for Black history.
Slated to begin at 7 p.m., a conversation with the controversial female promises candid talk about her storied political career which stalled after she failed to ‘break the glass ceiling’ as hoped in 2016.
Rodham-Clinton is expected to opine about her books — “It Takes A Village” “Hard Choices” “Stronger Together” “An Invitation To The White House” and “Living History” among a catalogue compiled prior to and after her colossal loss to the Republican underdog pundits predicted to be an unlikely winner.

Ghana 67 commemorates Mother Africa’s trailblazing example to self-rule

Prior to 1957, no British-governed colony dared to dissolve the parenting relationship the Empire commanded from nations throughout the world. Ghana, the former Gold Coast changed the pattern by declaring independence on March 6. Brokered by Kwame Nkrumah, the bold and unprecedented decision by the West African nation started a precedence adopted in Sub- Saharan Africa by Nigeria in 1960, Sierra Leone in 1961, Tanganyika the same year and Uganda the following year.
Seventeen African countries petitioned their European governors for self-rule.
Thirteen Caribbean nations followed the pattern beginning with Jamaica in 1962. Since then Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bonaire, Curacao, Dominica, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, Trinidad & Tobago, St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Grenada, Guyana have either established Republic status or dissolved dominant oversee and perhaps causing catastrophic repercussions, which diminished the might of the European monarchies.
By the end of the decade Great Britain lost its luster and a growing number of countries demanded secession.The historic achievement will be commemorated on the anniversary date with airplane fly-overs, military parades, regalia, parties, street dancing, a holiday and international attention.
Nationals will brandish their red, gold and green banner, which is defined by the single black star in the middle and likely welcome celebrants saying: akwaaba.

Condolences To Morgan Family

Shock and disbelief continue to prevail following announcement of the Grounation week commemoration passing on Feb. 25 of Peter “Peetah” Anthony Morgan.
On CBS Sunday Morning passage segment on the first broadcast in March, the singer was recalled.
Numerous messages of condolences also continue to swamp the singing union often referred to as the “royal family of reggae. The singing Morgan Heritage grouped in 1994 and with Peter consisted Una, Roy aka Gramps, Nakhamyah aka Luke’s, and Memmalatel aka Mr. Mojo
A memorial service on March 7 in Orlando, Florida is scheduled. An additional celebration of life will be held in Kingston, Jamaica in April.
Born July 11, 1973, the 41-year-old reportedly succumbed to a stroke.
“In this life, live for the cause and your name will live forever. So do Jah work and be remembered.” Those were reportedly Peetah’s own words.

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