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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida Star Pub. Co., Clara McLaughlin-Leath - Owner\Publisher
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Vol. 12, no. 13 [i.e. 39] (Jan. 6, 1962)-
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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NORTHEAST FLORIDAS OLDEST, LARGEST, MOST READ AFRICAN AMERICAN OWNED NEWSPAPER The Florida Star P. O. Box 40629 Jacksonville, FL 32203 Looking for customers to patronize your business or utilize your services? If you answered YES, then you need to place an ad in The Florida or Georgia Star! CALL 904-766-8834 to place your ad TODAY!! Check, Money Order, Or Credit Cards Accepted Wish to give us a News Story? Call (904) 766-8834 or Send it to: Editorial...............................1 Church..........................2 Youth News...............................3 Community.....................10 Columns.............................10 Local-Florida............................7 Sports........................8 Local-Georgia........................9 Classified...............11 Business..................................12I N S I D E Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Jacksonville, FL Permit No. 3617 Cant Get to the Store? Have The Star Delivered! The Florida Star, The Georgia Star! (904) 766-8834 Still The Peoples Choice! STRIVING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Read The Florida and Georgia Star Newspapers. Listen to IMPACT Radio Talk Show. The peoples choice An Award Winning Publication serving you since 1951. Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau Corrines Allies Fill Up Courtroom Room 52nd Annual NAACP Freedom Fund Awards Dinner 2017 VOLUME 67, NUMBER 32 NOVEMBER 18 NOVEMBER 24, 2017 $1.00 By Denise WilliamsThe NAACP hosted their 52nd Annual Freedom Fund Awards Dinner 2017 at the Hyatt Regency on Tuesday, November 14th. The purpose of this fundraiser is bringing global awareness to the plight of not only AfricanAmericans but to any group that is suffering from discrimination that is based on race. In addition, recognition was given to individuals who worked feverishly toward furthering the advancement of people of color. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is Americas oldest and largest organic civil rights organization. The organization established in 1910. This event was laced with prestigious and accomplished leaders from the First Coast and surrounding areas. In attendance were politicians, clergy, activists, news media, and passionate supporters who comprehend the idea that equality has not yet been achieved for people of color in the United States. According to the Department of Labor website, in 2015 African-Americans had the highest unemployment rate. In addition, it also cited African-Americans and Hispanic Americans continue to have sigcans and Asians. Throughout the evening the participants were encouraged to reach out to unregistered voters in our communities while remaining proactive in the organization. The keynote speaker for this most auspicious left to right: award recipients Dr. Randall Bryant, Pastor Reginald Gundy, Corey Wilborn, NAACP President Isaiah Rumlin, Cadet Jamila Wilson, George Ellis and Jackie Simmons Jr. (Photos by Denise Williams) White House Correspondent April Ryan Keynote Speaker for Keynote speaker White House Correspondent and CNN Political Analyst April Ryan Please see NAACP, page 6By Opio Sokoni A man asked his pastor what should he do about a judge that ruled against him. The preacher told the man that there is a higher judge through the appeal process. The pastor paused and left the man with a bigger message. He said, But room across from the packed courtroom Thursday morning at the Federal Courthouse. Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown was in court for her sentence hearing. Her supporters showed up in force. Corrines attorney James Smith took the podium to make rejections to the sentencing documents prepared by the prosecutors. Those objections are meant to place Corrines sentence lower on the set of tiers that the judge can use to make his decision. Since there are no mandatory minimums, the judge has a wide range of options to sentence Corrine and the others involved in this case. The prosecutor, Tysen Duva, took the podium and asked the judge to give Corrine Brown time in prison. He asked that she be given the most time, followed by Ronnie receiving the less amount of the charity at the center of the case. She admitted, along with Simmons, to taking huge sums of money. The prosecutor stated that it was not clear weather Corrine knew that she was receiving funds directly from the charity when given to her by Simmons. Simmons witnesses for the prosecutors case against Corrine Brown. The prosecutor spent time talking about Corrines words, during the trial, against the criminal justice system. The prosecutor seemed to possess a personal tone as he read off media quotes where Brown discussed him and the problems within the system. The prosecutor said that the system is fair to all and denied that there was racism that can be at work in any way in Corrines case. Duva even quoted The Florida Stars series which laid out primary data detailing the number of investigated and prosecuted. Maybe unbeknownst to the prosecutor, during the end of his talk, he gave the judge a list of sentences given to elected of cases similar to Corrines. Most of those names were of Fifteen people were listed to speak as character witnesses for Corrine Brown. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee made her statement via telephone. She spoke about what many of the next character witnesses would talk about the Congresswoman Browns work to help military veterans. Others would cry as they talked about her being major blessings in their lives. One such college student said she keeps a laptop that she received due to Corrines effort to reward children who read books. Marissa Alexander talked about the health issues she went through while going through what Corrine is going through in court now. She said Corrine came in and spoke for her and now she is doing the favor back because during By Angela Favors-Morrell Dixville Community has been Georgia Register of historic places worthy of preservation. Last week a special event was held at the title as Mayor of the Dixville Community. In 2004 a park was named after Inez The Dixville District contains a high percentage of contributing buildings within development of the neighborhood through composition had transitioned to become an upwardly mobile working class AfricanAmerican community. Dixville has a long and rich African American history, but for too long, African American historic resources in the city and region have received little attention. Today, some of these struggles may seem like distant memories, but their impacts are still reverberating and shaping the city of Brunswick as we know it. From churches and schools to businesses and fraternal organizations, the African American experience has left an indelible mark on the city of Brunswicks neighborhoods. The historic sites and buildings that embody this rich heritage are still scattered around the city, both as reminders of the past and as current community pillars. These resources deserve recognition and protection, and to be celebrated not only for their importance to black history, but architecture, archaeology, engineering and culture and the history of South East Mathew Hill, executive director of Brunswicks Downtown Development Authority nominated Brunswick QHLJKERUKRRG\017\\264'L[YLOOH\265\003WR\003WKH\003*HRUJLD\003 Register of Historic Places. During the year of History, a full-service, KLVWRULF\003SUHVHUYDWLRQ\003FRQVXOWDQW\003\300\003UP\003LQ\003 Nashville, Tenn was awarded the contract to put together the nomination package; the city commission passed a resolution to apply for a Historic Preservation Fund Grant; and the city was awarded matching funding through the Historic Preservation Fund Grant Program. Brunswick, Georgia is eagerly awaiting for formal nomination to the National Register of Historic Places.Preserving and Celebrating Dixville It was pleasure to have former Congresswomen Corrine Brown attend The Taste of the Holiday Event. The Georgia Star! Still The Peoples Read The Florida Please see Brown, page 6 Inez Williams

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PAGE 2 THE STAR NOVEMBER 18, 2017 The Church DirectoryCome and Worship With Us GREATER EL-BETHEL DIVINE HOLINESS CHURCH The Church Where Everybody Is SomebodyBishop Lorenzo Hall., Pastor723 W. 4th St. Jacksonville, Florida 32209 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3575 Jacksonville, Florida 32206 Telephone: (904) 359-0661 Home: (904) 358-8932 Cell: 710-1586Sunday School..................................................................9:30 a.m. Morning Worship...........................................................11:00 a.m. Tuesday............................Prayer Meeting & Bible Study,7:00 p.m. Thursday..........................................................Joy Night,7:00 p.m. Email: Gospell75@aol.com Website: Greaterelbethel.org Come join Bishop Dr. Lorenzo Hall, Sr. every Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM for Prayer Meeting and Bible StudyGreater Macedonia Baptist Church of the NorthsideSenior Pastor Dr. Landon L. Williams, Sr. Located At 1880 W. Edgewood Ave. Jacksonvile, FL 32208. Phone: (904) 764-9257 Fax: (904) 768-1736 www.gmbc.net COMMUNITY New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church 1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208Sunday School ..............:30 a.m. SUNDAY MORNINGIntercessory Prayer .............10:45 a.m. Morning Worship ................11:00 a.m. YOUTH CHURCH 2nd & 3rd Sundays (Old Sanctuary) Tuesday Pastoral Bible Study .....7:00 p.m. Rev. Dr. Marion A. Wise, Senior Pastor Rev. Joe Calhoun, Pastor Emeritus (904) 764-5727 Church Email: newbethlehemmb@att.net Web: newbethlehemmb.com By Lucius GanttI attend church services about 35 times a year. I go to my neighborhood church every Sunday unless I am not feeling well, working, traveling or visiting some other Holy place like a mosque, temple, synagogue or an African religious ceremony. As a child, my mother and grandmother insisted that my sister and I go to Sunday School to learn about God and to get some idea about morals and values. Father and grandfather didnt encourage us as much but they didnt discourage us either. If you go to religious places you will realize most of the people there are female. Women attend church the most, contribute more and they also sing, dance and shout more. But church women have company. It seems two groups of people make quick and sudden dashes to religious gatherings. They are men and women fresh out of bad relationships and people that participated in failed crimes! No disrespect but many Black behind bars! And, many women imagine God will send them a good man after theyve made one bad relationship choice after another. Well, you never know who youll fall in love with or where you will fall in love and you never God on the mountain or by the lake. You just never know. God in a church or any religious building. You shouldnt run to church because of a bad marriage or relationship. You shouldnt run to the mosque because you read the autobiography of Malcolm X and you shouldnt run away from the church or run away from God because some fake ass social media militant or false prophet posted something on the internet that said church goers are idiots and fools or that Jesus, or other historical religious men and women of whatever faith are not real. I hate to tell you but God is very real. It is the scriptures, the versions and the translations of Godly signs, signals, messages and acts that are not real, in some cases! The Bible is not necessarily Gods word. The Bible is mans words about God. The Quran is not Allahs word. It is mans word about Allah! Put your faith in God, Allah, Jehovah, Oludumare or the name for God that suits you. Believe in God and believe in yourself and the God in you! You dont, or shouldnt, go to church to serve God. You go to church to worship God then you go into your homes, neighborhoods and communities to serve your fellow men and women! If you dont believe or agree with anything youve read so far, believe this! I hate it when popcorn and parking lot militants suggest all they have to do is change their names to become religious scholars and experts of religious truths and untruths! They take on Hebrew names, Muslim names, African names and other names and convince the slave name) your parents gave you is a bad and undesirable name. That is ignorant, disrespectful to your parents and doesnt have a damn thing to do with knowledge of God and self! Now, everyone knows by now came from Africa. Dont take my organized practice of religion also came from Africa. Im not going to get into all of that so if youre truly interested in religion study for yourself. I want to make a brief comment about Christianity; the most criticized and hated religion practiced by African Americans. Understand me, whatever your religious belief is, or is not, you have to accept the culture of that belief! If you are a Jew, you have to accept the culture of Judaism. If you are a Muslim, you have to accept the Muslim or Arabic culture. If you are a true Christian, you should accept the TRUE culture of Christianity and so on for all other religious practices! If you take on an African name to suggest you know something about Africa you should know real Christianity originated in Africa, not Rome. The real idiots and fools make posts on social media and make stupid comments about Black people and their religious choices and dont have a clue about what they are talking about! The Coptic Church of Egypt is the earliest Christian church in the world, going back to around 42 AD. According to Bishop Eusebius of Caesarea, as well as Coptic traditions, Saint Mark the evangelist, who wrote the earliest of the four New Testament gospels, was the founder and Alexandria, even before the Church of Rome was established and also way before the devilish King James put out his crazy and wrongful, so to speak, Biblical version or translation. So, how can you love Africa and hate the religious origins of true Christian religious beliefs? If you dont know, Islam too has African origins! Im not going to go point by point but the social media religious attackers should read the book African Origins of The Major Western Religions by Yosef A. A. ben-Jochannan and start posting facts instead of fantasy and innuendo! Religious haters should also read The Book of the Dead (The Papyrus of Ani) if they can put down their smart phones for a minute. Anyway, even though I attend my neighborhood church almost every Sunday I am not a member of the church and I dont participate in any of the symbolic activities such as communion. I dont go to church for the denomination, the preacher, the choir, the grape juice and crackers or any of that. I go to churches, mosques etc., to worship. Most of the time I worship God at home, or wherever I am. Well, I get along with people of all faiths, or non-faiths. I took theology in college and studied and researched many religions but everyone has to believe or not believe what is best for them but I am most comfortable worshiping with true African religious believers. My personal religious leader was (Silo Crespo) the late Baba Omi Ademi, formerly a chief in the Yoruba Culture and Priest of Yemanja (Babalorisha) ordained Chief Araba of Lagos by Chief Fadunmoya Awontumba and his Royal Highness Oba Adeyinka Oyekan II, the Oba of Lagos. His house of worship, Temple Unity, in Miami, Florida is the only place of worship I have ever as a member. I accepted God, I accepted Baba Omi Ademi and I accept the true African religious culture! And, that is why I respect whatever you believe, or dont believe, and I despise religious fakers that post and repost spiritual nonsense! (Photo -Baba Omi Ademi) The Gantt Report The views and information expressed in this column are not necessarily the views of the publisher or advertisers. Op-ed : Staff Directory OWNER/PUBLISHER Clara McLaughlin MANAGEMENT Lonzie Leath GENERAL MANAGER Opio Sokoni SALES & MARKETING Kirkwood Hannah Follow Us!Facebook Twitter Instagram Website: Date:Saturday, November 18, 2017 Time:11:00 am-1:00 pm Location: Clara White Mission613 West Ashley StreetListings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com All Disaster Recovery Centers Closed Thanksgiving Day All Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving on Thursday, Nov. 23 and will resume regular hours of operation on Friday, Nov. 24. WHAT: Disaster Recovery to individuals and small business owners. Regular hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Survivors needing help may visit any DRC. They may locate one near them by calling the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362 (Voice, 711 or VS) or 800-4627585 (TTY). Helpline numbers are open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week. WHEN: CLOSED Thursday, Nov. 23 and OPEN Friday, Nov. 24 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. WHERE: All Florida DRCs. An updated list of open DRCs is available at www.fema.gov/ disaster-recovery-centers or by using the FEMA App. Continued Temporary Rental Assistance If you are a homeowner or renter getting rental assistance from FEMA and still have a need for that funding and are eligible for it, you should complete and submit an application for Continued Rental Assistance. FEMA may provide up to two months of initial rental assistance for eligible applicants. You may qualify for continued assistance if you: Demonstrate your disasterShow you are developing a longer-term or permanent housing plan or demonstrate progress toward one. A contractors estimate of repairs can point to progress. A permanent housing plan is one that would put you back into permanent safe, sanitary and functional housing within a reasonable time frame. You must continue to work toward obtaining permanent housing to remain eligible for Continued Rental Assistance. You must document your need to continue rental assistance by providing: A copy of your current lease; Receipts showing the proper use of federal disaster housing assistance; Current household income status; and obligations you may have. Extensions on rental assistance may be granted for three-month periods, up to a maximum of 18 months from the date of the presidential disaster declaration: Sept. 10, 2017. Homeowners: exceeds the amount of initial Rental Assistance award you received, the application to request Continued Temporary Rental Assistance will be mailed to you after you receive your initial rental assistance award. does not exceed the initial Rental Assistance award, you will need to call the FEMA Helpline-621-3362 for voice, 711 and Video Relay Service (VRS); if you are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech disability and use a TTY, call 800-462-7585and ask for an application for Continued Temporary Rental Assistance. You also may visit a disaster recovery FHQWHU\021\003R\003\277QG\003RQH\003QHDU\003\\000RX\003YLVLW\003 www.fema.gov/disaster-recoverycenters or call the FEMA Helpline. DRC information is also available on the FEMA Mobile App. Renters: You will need to call the FEMA Helpline as listed above and ask for an application for Continued Temporary Rental Assistance. Your request will be evaluated to determine if you are eligible for the extension, but there is no guarantee of rental assistance past For more recovery information, visit www.FEMA.gov/IrmaFL, or follow us @FEMARegion4 on Twitter and on FEMAs Facebook page. City`s MLK Breakfast Dear Mayor Curry: Thanks for your reply to SCLC`s Press Release concerning and scheduled a meeting with myself and the President in midFebruary. The Presidents of the Urban League, NAACP and SCLC have been waiting since November of 2016 for a meeting we requested with you to discuss the economic injustices in this city cited in the 2013 Disparity Study. The city commissioned and paid $750, 000 for the publication of this study. All three of us started a conversation with you and Kerri Stewart about economic inequities and economic injustices in City Government and the 5 Independent Agencies January 2016. For some strange reason and no notice, these conversations stalled and stopped completely June 2016. The current news in Folio Weekly about Systemic Racism at JEA warrants our immediate attention and dialog. The three Civil Rights Organizations in Jacksonville now have additional concerns about the City`s purpose and intentions about the Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Breakfast, and our continued participation. Our city is in dire need of compassionate and determined leadership to address and resolve the Historical racial and economic injustices embedded in Jacksonville. The three Presidents are still waiting for your reply and our city would appreciate your actions to match your words to create One City-One Jacksonville for all citizens. Our goal is always Reconciliation. This cannot occur without, open, honest and candid communication. Sincerely, Dr. Juan P. Gray, Board Chair, Southern Christian Leadership Conference February 13, 2017 City Rescue Mission Hosts Annual Thanksgiving Meal for the Needy Wednesday, November 22nd from 11:30 AM 1:30 PM New Life Inn (234 W. State Street, Jacksonville, FL) City Rescue Mission will be hosting our annual Thanksgiving meal for the hungry and homeless in Northeast Florida from 11:30 AM 1:30 PM next Wednesday, November 22nd. Guests will be seated and served by volunteers, a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Immediately following the delicious meal, City Rescue Mission will distribute over 1,000 pairs of new socks to our guests to help them through this colder season.

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NOVEMBER 18, 2017 THE STAR PAGE 3 Special Thanks to our Platinum Sponsors: Premier Coast Realty and Vision Quest Productions. Thanks also to our Silver Sponsors: Paparazzi JewelryDonte Thomas and Deborah Motley, Blessins -NBlooms, Hope for Housing, Oh My Goodness Natural Products, Esthesis Natural Scented Wax Sponsors: Bless the Mic and the Florida Star. Thanks to all of our vendors who participated to make this event a successful fun Sauced Up BBQ & Grill, Chef Green, Chef King, Tootie Fruity awesome fashion show preview highlighting their new collection of holiday fashions. Thanks to Michael Cobb who came up with success and inspired local business owners to come together in the community through networking and building their business platforms. Special thanks to former congresswoman Corrine Brown and Comedian Terry T. Harris. The event was held at the Pictures taken by Vision Quest Production Special thanks to Premier Coast Realty our Platinum Sponsor.

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PAGE 4 THE STAR NOVEMBER 18, 2017 By Denise WilliamsAfrican American Henry T. Sampson was an engineer who co-created the cell phone technology that we use today on July 6, 1971. In April of 1973, Marty Cooper a public cell phone call using a Motorola DynaTac 8000x however, the technology call possible was birthed in the mind of Henry Sampson and co-creator George H. Miley. Sampson invented the gamma-electric cell Patent No. 3,591,860. This patent details the stable highradiation in the ground. Sampson was born in 1934. After graduating from Lanier high school in 1951 he initially attended Morehouse University before transferring to Purdue where he was awarded a Bachelor degree in science. He then pursued advanced degrees from the University of California and the University of Illinois. Later in his academic career, he earned a Ph.D. in 1967. Sampson enlisted in the U.S. Navy from 1962 1964, holding the position as a research chemical engineer. In addition to the patent, he holds for the cell phone he has also patented a binder system for propellants and explosives that related to honored with awards from the Fellow of Navy (1962 -1964), the Atomic Energy Commission (1964-1967), Aerospace Corp (1982) and the Education Award from Professional Engineers in 1983. Sampson was also a noted attention to the contributions of African-American century. His subsequent ERRNV\003LQFOXGH\003\263KH\003*KRVW\003 :DONV\035\003$\003&KURQRORJLFDO\003 +LVWRU\\000RI\003%ODFNV\003LQ\003KRZ\003 Business and Singing on the Ether that highlights the achievements of AfricanAmericans in Radio and television published in 2005. Henry T. Sampson died July 8, 2015, in Rolling Hills Estates, CA. His lasting legacy in the world as we changed how we live. Even with the improvements made to the basic cell phone, the technology he created to still in use today. Cell phone creator, Henry T. Sampson Henry T. Sampson Inspired by former First Lady Michelle Obamas Lets Move campaign, Im A Star Foundation invites the community to its 7th Annual Lets event. The healthy festival will be held Saturday, December 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Henry located at 204 W FL 32206. Lets Move free and open to the public. Each year since 2010, youth in the Im A Star Foundation organize this event in a grassroots group and combat childhood obesity. Im A Star teens design the event for the whole family, ages 1 to 100. There will be free food, games, sports, dancing, arts, crafts, vendors and more City and community support the event, which has attracted upwards of 3000+ people. Families, groups or churches who bring the most attendees will win $1000! Im A Star Foundation has partnered with 93.3 The Beat in a #LetsMoveMondays social media challenge. Every Monday, post a video of yourself dancing to or Twitter, with hashtag #LetsMoveMondays and chosen to receive a prize of $100 announced at December 2. IM A STAR TEENS HOST 7th ANNUAL LETS MOVE JACKSONVILLEYouth-Organized Festival Focuses on Health and Fitness Im A Star Foundation Executive DirectorBetty Seabrook Burney Thats why theres always an experienced bread baker on hand in your Publix Bakery. And an expert cake decorator, too, ready to customize beautiful cakes to your every whim, for any occasion. See how we serve you at publix.com/service.Helping you is what we love to do. A organization that transforms troubled youth into responsible members of our communities, is proud to announce the recent appointment of Michael Thornton as President & CEO. veteran. He began his career as a Remedial Education Instructor, where he interacted with our youth on a daily basis. From there, he programs, serving as an Executive as a Regional Director and then Human Resources and then Vice President of Support Services. His previous position of President/ COO allowed him to oversee and guide all operational aspects of the organization. I am so pleased to be passing the baton to a man of Michaels character and ability, said O.B. Inc.. Hes truly an asset to the organization, having held nearly every leadership position possible throughout his career, achieving great success along the way. many years now, I have no doubt and their families. The decision for Mr. Thornton to ascend to President & CEO was announced earlier this year, as former CEO, O.B. Stander, was retiring from a 41-year career at in October. I am honored to have the opportunity to lead this great organization, said Mr. Thornton. I intend to focus on providing our customers by adhering to our guiding principles and core values. We are an organization full of passionate individuals who want to within. Michael Thornton, 27-year veteran of organization, takes the helmMichael Thornton President & CEO

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PAGE 6 THE STAR NOVEMBER 18, 2017 NOW ON SALE! Disney J an 3 1 F e b 1 1 | T i m e s Union Center fscj artistseries org | 9 0 4 6 3 2 5 000Groups (10+): 904-632-5050 JACKSONVILLE/ C M Y K 91995 / HALF PAGE / FLORIDA STAR 11.625W X 10.5H RUN DATE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 occasion was White House correspondent and CNN political analyst, April Ryan. Ms. Ryan delivered a stirring account of where we stand as people of color in 2017 while making a plea for African-Americans to remain active in the NAACP. She offered antidotes about her experiences in the political arena yet reminded the audicant work to be done for equality. Our youth she remarked are the life-blood of the ongoing civil rights movement During her time at the podium she reminded the seasoned attendthe marches in key places such as Selma, Alabama during the Civil Rights Movement. She called on the audience to be unisist the least of these among us. Later in her address, Ryan made an impassioned appeal to African-Americans to take a proactive approach to activism and not rest in complacency. Her emotional address was at times akin to a church sermon at one point as she referenced bible passage I Corinthians 15:58 which relates to remaining steadfast and unmovable understanding that our laborious efforts will not be in vain. Ryan also became somber as she shared that in 2017, African-Americans continue to enthose who lived during the civil Ms. Ryan later stated many people of color believed the election of former President Barack Obama in 2008 would change the plight overall for people of color however in the aftermath of his presidency; even more, work is yet to be accomplished in the way of advancing equality for African-Americans. Lastly, Ryan remarked that civil rights are not about polifor freedom and her challenge to attendees was What work will you do?NAACPContinued from page 1 Left to right: NAACP President Isaiah Rumlin and award recipient former Senator Tony HillLeft to right: NAACP President Isaiah Rumlin and Dr. Randall Bryant award recipient Left to right: NAACP President Isaiah Rumlin and Cadet Jamilia Wilson recipient of the Major Allan Rogers ROTC AwardSinger Akia Uwanda sang the National Anthem Left to right: Richard Danford Urban League President, Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown and Attorney Noel G. Lawrence Former Jacksonville, FL Mayor Alvin Brown and his wife Santhea Robin Gundy and Dennis Event participants left to right: Robin Gundy, Jadene King, Gloria Chaplin and Carolyn Ball-PrideLeft to right: Corey Wilborn recipient of the Willye F. Dennis Civic Engagement Award, Rev. Reginald Gundy recipient of Sallye B. Mathis Community Service Award, George Gillis recipient of the Rutledge H. Pearson Civil Rights Award and Jackie Simmons, Jr. recipient of the Olivia Gay-Davis Education Achievement Award

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NOVEMBER 18, 2017 THE STAR PAGE 7 Thanksgiving Cake By Marsha Dean PheltsO A. Philip Randolph Institutes 28th Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon: Morris Manor Senior Living Community Angela Corker, CWA; Doris OrrRichardson President APWU, Ann Rivers President CWA; part of the APRI Luncheon Team. Left And Right Hand Double Dipping Serving Up Hot Buttered Dinner Rolls And Bluberry Bread Pudding Kady Fitzpatrick and Jessica Kelly enjoying the company of Morris Manor Resident, Mrs. Jewel Armstead. APRI / APWU President Doris Orr-Richardson and Angie Johnson pose with portrait painting of Mr. Randolph. Shasta Gordon and her four-year-old son, Jamari Taylor with hands in gloves were a part of the Union Organizer Luella Mcqueen And Charles Kohn Former Apri President Giving Out Shampoo To Guests. Jackie Lloyd( Left ) And Morris Manors Newest Resident Shirley Tanner Former Asme Union Member Enjoying The Activities. Jacksonville Chapter on duty in their A. Philip Randolph Institute T-shirts. Amalgamated Transit Union # 1197 member Charles Kohn former APRI President, Flora Peterson event chairperson, James Davis, Local 1197 Amalgamated Transit Union and Gill Bush, Local 103 Bakers Union. Jasmine Burgess and Breasia Faire with friends, APRI the next generation on duty APRI Member stationed at one of many thanksgiving theme tables throughout the venue. Morris Manor Residents attending APRIs 28Th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner a memorial tribute to former resident Hattie Devoux. APRI future generation keeping the line moving Angela Corker and Gill Bush ladeling piping hot and savory meal. Class of 1962 Christmas Celebration Ironwood Golf and Country Club 2100 NE 39th Ave Gainesville, FLDress to Impress or Casual Happy Thanksgiving from The Florida Star!

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PAGE 8 THE STAR NOVEMBER 18, 2017 SPORTS Falcons Clayborns Six Sacks Help Rout Cowboys, 27-7By Adesina O. Koiki JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Its not as if the Jacksonville Jaguars made one more play than the Los Angeles Chargers in their victory on Sunday. They were able to avoid making the last mistake. Barely. Former Chargers kicker Josh late in the overtime session set up by cornerback A.J. Bouyes interception of Philip Rivers just prior as the Jaguars defeated the Chargers 20-17 in a game marked by a comedy of errors from both sides. With the win, the Jaguars are keeping pace with the Tennessee Titans, who also won on Sunday, atop the AFC South Division with a 6-3 record. The game went into overtime utes of regulation play which saw two interceptions, a fumble while trying to run out the clock, an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for taunting, and a roughing the passer penalty. The last of those errors, on Los Angeles defensive end Joey Bosa, set up the Jaguars, down by three at 17-14, at the Chargers 20yard line with 20 seconds remaining in regulation. Two plays later, with seven seconds left to tie the game at 17 and send the game into overtime. Jacksonville gained possession to start the overtime, but were forced to punt. Brad Nortmans punt backed up the Chargers to their own 10-yard line and, two plays later, Los Angeles quarterback Philip Rivers threw a deep pass down the left sideline that was intercepted by Bouye and returned all the way to the Chargers 2-yard line. However, Jacksonville started the drive on offense at the 17 after a taunting penalty immediately after the end of Bouyes return. Despite that, they were able to cash in on the turnover to end the game. but had just enough steam to get over the crossbar and set off wild home team and its fans. Los Angeles thought they had the game won late in the fourth quarter while holding on to a 1714 lead; Chargers safety Tre Boston intercepted an overthrown Blake Bortles pass at the Chargers 42-yard line with 1:51 remaining in regulation. However, in an attempt to run out the clock, Los Angeles rookie running back Austin Eckeler fumbled the ball and safety Tashaun Gipson recovered the ball at the 35. Gipson returned the fumble for what seemed to be a go-ahead touchdown, but was mined after a review that Gipson was contacted by a Chargers player while he was on the ground before getting up and returning the fumble into the end zone. Jacksonville gained possession of the ball at the Los Angeles 36yard line with 1:48 left in regulation with a chance to tie or win, and was almost in the red zone after pass interference was called the drive. Two plays later, Marqise Lee was called for taunting after an incomplete pass in which he was hit hard at the goal line and thought penalty called on the Chargers. Backed up to the Chargers 37 Bortles threw his second interception in a 36-second span, as Boston once again came up with the interception that, once again, seemingly won the game for Los Angeles. That was before the fumble by Eckeler, which gave the Jaguars another life. There was all kinds of stuff that I think in years past, this team has not been able to overcome, said Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles. I think that kind of shows the type of locker room and the type of team we have and how different it is. For [the defense] to pick me up after those turnovers and make some plays and get turnovers themselves, its pretty awesome. Fitting for a game that was anything but conventional, the Jaguars on a fake punt; The snap went directly to the up-man, running back Corey Grant, who ran 56 yards up the middle for a touchdown to give Jacksonville a 6-0 lead with Lambo missed the extra point. Eckeler, outside of the fumble late in the game, caused nightmares for the solid Jacksonville defense all game long. Just before halftime, he caught a pass out of tempt of linebacker Telvin Smith and tiptoed down the far sideline for a 28-yard touchdown to give the Chargers a 7-6 lead with 47 seconds left in the second quarter. By Adesina O. Koiki ATLANTA, Ga. Georgia Tech quarterback TaQuan Marshall accounted for four touchdowns, including a game-winning 80-yard touchdown pass to Ricky Jeune midway through the fourth quarter, as the Yellow Jackets held on to defeat No. 17 Virginia Tech 28-22. The win is a huge boost for Georgia Techs bowl hopes, as it now only has to win one of its two remaining games to become bowl eligible. Three of Georgia Techs four losses this season, to Tennessee, Miami and Virginia, have come by a combined six points, and it looked as if the Yellow Jackets (5-4, 4-3 ACC) were going end of another close game after Virginia Tech cornerback Greg Stroman intercepted a Marshall pass and returned it 24 yards for a touchdown midway through the fourth to give the Hokies a 22-21 lead. Just two plays from scrimmage after Virginia Tech took that lead, Marshall lobbed a deep pass down the middle to a wide-open Jeune, who outraced the Hokies secondary to the goal line to give the Yellow Jackets the lead again with 6:30 left in the game Tech converted two fourth downs and moved the ball to the Georgia Tech 32. Another fourth down situation a 4th-and-1 from the 32 faced the Hokies, and instead of running the ball, quarterback Josh Jackson looked for his top target, wide receiver Cam Phillips, on a deep pass into the end zone. However, the pass was knocked away by redshirt freshman safety Ajani Kerr, preserving the Yellow Jackets lead. Marshalls game-winning touchdown pass was just one of two completions he had in the entire game; His other completion also went for a touchdown, a 60-yard pass to Brad Stewart on a 3rd-and-18 to give Georgia Tech a 21-9 lead with 12:10 to go in the third quarter. Virginia Tech responded with 13 unanswered points to take its advantage after the games opening drive. Running back Jalen Holston ended the third quarter with an eight-yard touchdown Stromans pick six in the fourth quarter then gave the Hokies the lead. touchdowns of the game came on short runs by Marshall. His three-yard run on an option play low Jackets a 7-3 lead. After a successful fake punt kept a second-quarter drive alive for Georgia Tech, Marshall scored on a one-yard quarterback sneak to give the Yellow Jackets a 14-3 lead. Georgia Tech ends its ACC portion of the schedule next week when it travels to Durham, N.C. to take on the Duke Blue Devils (4-6, 1-5 ACC). By Adesina O. Koiki AUBURN, Ala. The Auburn Tigers scored 30 unanswered points, including two touchdowns set up by Georgia Bulldogs errors on special teams, as the Tigers handed the No. 1 team in the College Football Playoff son, 40-17, on Saturday evening. the game 70 yards for a touchdown, with running back Nick Chubb plowing into the end zone from one yard out to complete the drive. While the Tigers were successful in moving the ball on goals at the end of them, as Danat the 12:03 mark in the second at 9-7. The turning point came late in the second quarter, after Georgia seemingly had stopped Auburn on a drive and forced the Tigers to punt. On the punt, Georgia linebacker DAndre Walker was called for a personal foul for leaping on top of the three-man shield in front of the punter, givdown. With the second chance, the Tigers took full advantage as quarterback Jarrett Stidhams deep pass was caught by wide receiver Darius Slayton for a 42yard touchdown to give Auburn a 16-7 lead. Georgia had a chance to cut the half, but kicker Rodrigo Blangoal wide right on the last play of the second quarter. Auburn received the ball to begin the second half, but was forced to punt after four offensive plays. On the punt return, Georgia wide receiver Mecole Hardman fumbled and the Tigers recovered at the Bulldogs 23yard line. Four plays later, Stidham ran around right end to score from seven yards to open up a 23-7 lead for Auburn early in the third quarter. Auburn tacked on another touchdown in the third quarter, on a 32-yard screen pass from Stidham to receiver Ryan Davis, who took the short pass and sped into the end zone. The lead grew to 30-7 after that play, effectively thwarting any hopes of a competitive contest The Bulldogs return home for Senior Day next week against the Kentucky Wildcats.Georgia Special Teams Errors Doom the Bulldogs in Loss to No. 10 AuburnCLOSING TIME: Yellow Jackets upset No. 17 Virginia Tech, 28-22By Darrell Baker ATLANTA, Ga. Defensive end Adrian Clayborn recorded a franchise-record six sacks to lead a dominant Atlanta Falcons defensive effort to a 27-7 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, playing without suspended running back Ezekiel Elliott. Not only did Clayborn set the franchise record for sacks in a game, he was also one sack shy of tying the National Football League record, set when the late Derrick Thomas had seven sacks for the Kansas City Chiefs in a game against Seattle in 1990. Clayborns play helped Atlanta to hold Dallas offense to 233 yards total yards, its lowest output of the season. The biggest of those six sacks for Clayborn came just before the end of the second quarter, when he stripped Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott and recovered the fumble in Atlanta territory as the Cowboys were driving for a lastsecond score, preserving a slim 10-7 lead for the Falcons going into halftime. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan threw an early interception that led to the Cowboys only score, but settled down after that to throw for 215 yards and two touchdowns. His 3-yard touchdown pass to Justin Hardy in the third quarter gave the Falcons a 17-7 lead, and it also marked Ryan becoming the fastest quarterback to reach the 40,000-yard passing plateau in NFL history (151 games). Ryan also threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Austin Hooper in the fourth quarter, giving the Falcons a 24-7 lead. Atlanta was also able to establish a running game despite the fact that starting running back Devonta Freeman left the game in the second quarter with a concussion and did not return. Tevin Coleman and Terron Ward split duties in the yards on the ground. Coleman ran for 83 yards on 20 carries, the most rushing yards he has had in a game since last Dec. 24 in a win for the Falcons against Carolina. After an initial injunction allowed Elliott, who was initially given a six-game suspension for violation of the NFLs personal conduct policy during the offseaeight games, a New York appellate court on Monday denied his most recent request for injunction, clearing the way for his suspension to be reinstated. Alfred Morris started in he ran for 53 yards on 11 carries. Elliott is not eligible to return to the Cowboys until December 24. The bigger absence on offense for the Cowboys might have been left tackle Tyron Smith, missing the game due to groin and back injuries. Clayborn recorded four of his six sacks while lined up in front of Smiths replacement, Chaz Green. Prescott completed 20-of-30 passes for 176 yards, while providing the Cowboys only score of the game on an 11-yard touchdown interception. The Falcons travel to CentruryLink Field to play the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football next week. Notes: NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday that Clayborns six sacks earned him a $750,000 incentive bonus for reaching eight on the season. incentives. *Adesina O. Koiki contributed to this story By Adesina O. Koiki WASHINGTON, D.C. Once again, the Atlanta Hawks went toeto-toe with one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference and, once again, they took the best blows early on to be more than competitive during the later stages of the game. But once more, Atlanta came up short, as the Hawks couldnt overcome a cold shooting night from star guard Dennis Schrder and the stellar play of the Wizards bench in the fourth quarter as Atlanta fell 113-94 against Washington. For the Hawks, its their third straight loss and 11th defeat in their last 12 games. Like their close loss to Central Division-leading Detroit last night and their three-point defeat at home to Atlantic Division-leading Boston last Monday, the Hawks were impressive in large chunks against an Eastern Conference contender, holding Washingtons lethal transition offense to just seven fast-break point, building a seven-point lead in the second quarter at 37-30. Washington ended the quarter on a 19-5 run to take a 49-42 lead into halftime. The Wizards extended the lead to nine at the end of the third quarter, then blew the game open in the fourth quarter as they build a lead as much as 25 points. All of Washingtons 37 fourth-quarter points came from its bench. Credit to Washington, they played well, said Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer. Their bench had a good game or good night for them. For about a quarter and a half, it felt like we were doing well. I think we were up 37-30 and couldnt get rebounds. They hit a couple of threes, an and-one and the game kind of changed in second quarter. Again, I think we can play much better than we did tonight. Playing better starts with Schrder, who came into game game this season; He was held to just seven points on 2-of-16 shooting, as the hounding defense of Wizards point guard John Wall and forward Kelly Oubre Jr. did not allow the German to do much damage on drives to the basket. Forward Taurean Prince led the Hawks with 19 points, hitting four of his six three-point attempts in the game. Coming off the bench, guard Marco Belinelli also hit four three-pointers, scoring 15 points overall.Hawks Fall Short In Washington, 113-94Late Field Goal Lifts Jaguars to 20-17 Overtime Victory over ChargersJACKSONVILLE, FL NOV 12: Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler (30) rushes with the ball as Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack (44) gives chase during the game on November 12, 2017 at Everbank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. (The Florida Star/Laurence Greene) To see the full online gallery from this game, go to TheFloridaStar. comPhoto gallery ATLANTA NOV 12: Atlanta Falcons defensive end Adrian Clayborn (99) gets ready to sack Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) during the game on November 12, 2017 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Debby Wong/TheFlorida-Georgia Star)

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