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Florida star

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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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Jacksonville, FL
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Florida Star Pub. Co., Clara McLaughlin-Leath - Owner\Publisher
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .

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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 The peoples choice Brett Kavanaugh Nomination Should Be Withdrawn VOLUME 68, NUMBER 13 JULY 14 JULY 20, 2018 $1.00 THE FLORIDA STARThe only media to receive the Jacksonville Sheriffs Award for being The Most Factual. Black Press is Facing Deadly Assault from Trumps Tariffs on NewsprintBy Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. (President and CEO, NNPA) Amid the rush to comprehend Please see Tariffs, page 6 A Martin Luther King Jr. Monument Plans take Shape in Savannah, Ga. Brett Kavanaugh Papa Johns Schnatter Used Racial Slur On Conference Call The Most Cowardly Phrase Black People UseBy Opio SokoniR Federal prosecutors and judges may need to go to prison to truly change the racist criminal justice Please see Phrase, page 6 Louise Hill McGregor Dies at Age 96 Louise Hill McGregor John Schnatter PUNCH TV and Star TV18.2 are reaching out to the African American community.

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PAGE 2 THE STAR JULY 14, 2018 Listings are due the Tuesday before the next issue. Email submissions preferred. Send to: Info@TheFloridaStar.com 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 Study Greater 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 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 Staff Directory OWNER/PUBLISHER Clara McLaughlin MANAGEMENT GENERAL MANAGER Opio Sokoni LAYOUT Denise J. Williams Also, thanks to all the other and volunteers that are not listed here. Follow Us!Facebook Twitter Instagram Website: CHURCH OPINION ANNOUNCEMENTS Schedule of Events and Services OBITUARYFlorida & GeorgiaKimberly Marshall passed away on Saturday July 7, 2018. Memorial service will be held Friday, July 13, 2018 from 5:00 PM 7:00 PM at Bethel Baptist Institutional Church located 215 Bethel Baptist Street Jacksonville, FL 32202. Alphonso West Mortuary located 4409 Soutel Drive Jacksonville, FL 32208 will render services to the family. Dianne E. Parker passed away peacefully on July 6, 2018 in a local hospital. *Funeral services are currently pending. Alphonso West Mortuary located 4409 Soutel Drive Jacksonville, FL 32208 will render services to the family. Ellis Bernard Rowe passed away on Monday July 2, 2018. Viewing to be held Wednesday, July 11, 2018 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm and Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 9:00 am at ST. Joseph Missionary Baptist Church 485 West 1ST Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202. Funeral service to be held Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 11:00 am at St. Joseph Missionary Baptist Church. Alphonso West Mortuary located 4409 Soutel Drive Jacksonville, FL 32208 will render services to the family El-Beth-El Community Come Together Day Celebration Theme: We Can Do Better Together To: All Our Friends, Concern citizens and the Masonic Family (Everyone Welcome to Attend) Holiness Church / El-Beth-El Development Center invite you to worship with us and be our special guest Sunday July 15, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 pm in our Community Come Together Day Celebration. We are asking 50 Men dressed in Black and white, and 50 Women dressed in White to join us to show unity. Crime is everywhere, in our homes, jobs, community, churches etc. We must work together as one. Crime has no color or age. Our morning speaker will be the Rev. Dr. Emanuel C. Quinones, pastor of House Of Hope Fellowship Church at president of Martin Luther King Foundation. The church is located at 723 W. 4th Street Jacksonville, Fla. 32209. Several of our civic and political leaders will be present. If you need further information, please contact Bishop Dr. Lorenzo Hall Sr. at 904-710-1586 or email me at gospell75@ aol.com. Come out network and support. Food will be served after each program. Sincerely, Bishop Dr. Lorenzo Hall Sr. By Miles JayeIn The Accountant, a boys this advice regarding bullies, You think if you theyll like you stop picking on you, calling you freak? Now, heres what it is they dont like you, they dont dislike youtheyre afraid of you youre goes on to challenge them, Victim or not, make a decision. My previous entry, For Whom Shall I Pray? generated a bit of controversy surrounding the notion of praying for such a divisive President. In this postObama, post-racial, climate, race continues to be a hotbed issue in America, and to say the current President has done more than his part to exacerbate the issue of race, would be a gross understatement. The core not that were not liked or disliked, they (whoever they are) fear us because The question is, will we allow ourselves to be victims of tyranny? (cruel and oppressive government, power or policy). We must make a decision. If we is our strategy and whats in our arsenal? David used a slingshot and a stone in his Long before the Emancipation Proclamation, prayer was the weapon of choice of the Black community and long before the Voting Rights Act of 1965, prayer was the weapon of choice. Throughout the Civil Rights movement, the weapon of choice-prayer. Without prayer, a protest march would have just been a walk down the road. Without prayer, a Sit-in would have just been sitting in. The transformational power was not in the act of Civil Disobedience, but in the power of prayer. Martin and Malcolm both prayed. Today, I hear rumblings vote, as though prayer is a passive gesture of the weak and powerless-a waste of time. Nothing could be further from the truth. James 5:16 says, The prayer of a righteous man is powerful knows the importance of instructing her young son on proper street etiquette to avoid harm at the hands of but dont think for a moment that shes not praying for his safety. A mother knows its not one or the other. The Democratic process is corrupted by voter fraud, registration fraud, election fraud and now by cyberattacks from foreign governments. The current President won the 2016 election with a term victory relied on questionable Supreme Court intervention, yet Ive never heard of Prayer Fraud and a prayer cant be hacked. Prayer does not require registration, Prayer Rights laws or party require a Concealed Weapon Permit. Kneeling has power! Kneeling power may be why the sight of NFL players on their knees was so frightening to some. Prayer is intimidating! In a nation where spirituality has always played a role, its ironic that weve moved to end school prayer and remove all signs and symbols of religion, including holidays such as Christmas and Hanukkah, from government buildings, yet we still use the Bible for oaths and inaugurations. One the Pledge of Allegiance, In our currency, and our Justice System is still predicated on Mosaic Law. and prayer have always played a major role in America culture and tradition. Thomas of the Constitution made no mention of Separation of Church and State in the original draft of the Constitution, that didnt come until the First Amendment which stated, Congress shall pass no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. Freedom from religious persecution was a major factor in founding of America. The spirituality of the African in America took quite the European as Africans did not immigrate to America to escape religious persecution. African spirituality was ripped apart from its native languages and traditional practices, but it survived in new contexts and settings. Over centuries it adapted and transformed into what we recognize as modern religion and its various imperfect, as they may be, but still potent and relevant. All faiths agree Prayer changes things. So, by all means, and by any means necessary, vote, and not just in Presidential elections, but School Board and City Council and Judges children with you when you vote so they can witness the process of government. Your vote in the upcoming midterm elections is crucial. Just remember, if we dont stay on our knees, we dont have a prayer! One Prayer vs. One Vote All Aboard The Glory Train!New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate their annual anniversary on Sunday, July 15, 2018. They will present a gospel play entitled, The This play will keep you rolling in laughter while presenting a powerful and meaningful message. We promise you will not be disappointed. Make plans to join us! Date: July 15, 2018 Time: 4 PM Location: New Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church 1824 Prospect Street Jacksonville, FL 32208 If you need additional information regarding this event, call (904) 764-5727 or (904) 764-9879. NEED HELP? CITY SERVICES MAY BE ABLE TO ASSIST SHERIFF OFFICE (JSO) Emergency: 911 Non-Emergency: (904) 630-0500 SOCIAL SERVICES (904) 630-0696 SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES (904) 630-6300 MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (904) 630-4740 VICTIM SERVICES (904) 630-6300 FOOD STAMPS (866) 762-2237 MEDICAID (904) 353-2100 WIC (904) 253-1170 VETERANS SERVICES (904) 630-3680

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JULY 14, 2018 THE STAR PAGE 3 en-US SUMMER FUN AT FLORIDA THEATRES ANNUAL BLUES, BREWS AND BBQ Helping Veterans Start Businesses en-USen-US and Veterans Department held its second annual Vetrepreneur en-US Summit.en-US Over 100 area veterans attended to network, hear from panels en-US of subject matter experts, and meet with other successful entreen-US-en-US preneurs. It is inspiring to see so many veterans motivated and en-US committed to investing in themselves and our city with business en-US ownership.en-US I know there is tremendous value that a resource like this en-US provides, especially to those who have served our country. My en-US father was a Vetrepreneur. After the Navy brought our family to en-US Jacksonville, he and mom opened a television repair shop upon en-US his retirement. I remember fondly the summers I worked in the en-US shop.en-US His example inspired me to start my own business, which prior to my election as your mayor was one of the most en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US -en-US vention in their respective neighborhoods. As the 2018 walk schedule and maps become availen-US -en-US en-US en-US en-US Valley and the Inland Empire. en-US en-USen-US en-USOn July 7, the Mandarin Museum and the St. Josephs en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US 2 pm. See www.mandarinmuseum.net for a complete en-US look at the programs of the Mandarin Museum.

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PAGE 4 THE STAR JULY 14, 2018 Deep in the Mountain My Day By Dr. J. Ester DavisThe world held on to hope as the remarkable rescue at the Tham Luang Cave, in Thailand unfolded. The lead story on the planet this week was the successful rescue of twelve soccer players on the other side of the oceans. We would not spell the names of these children, pronounce the mountain they were trapped in or understand the language without transcription. Somehow that all did not matter. The world followed every minute detail, held their breath at every treacherous word, watched history and world peace unfold without script, Teleprompters, lobbyist, politicians or immigration order of confusion. There were over 1,000 people involved in the rescue at todays count. (Tuesday, July 10, 2018). The countries strapping on their boots of expertise were the United States, China, Myanmar, Laos, Australia, United Kingdom, Japan, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Israel, engineers from SpaceX and an invitation from FIFA. You have to ask yourself who needs a United Nations? What did the world wide elected The invitation from FIFA was awe inspiring to the waiting congregation. It eased the deep anxiety and the thought of children navigating through a three (3) mile maze of chocolate muddy water. This invitation was hands-across-the globe without gloves. It genuinely united all for one cause. The invitation instilled hope, faithful vision, and encouragement for the 94 divers. The manner of the duty leaders eradicated the fear in everyones heart and quieted world tension to an almost restful nights sleep. People actually set their clock to the time zone of the divers. Prayer groups kneeled when they pic etched in the minds of the divers. The other practice drill is taking place now. That of practicing hugs from parents and loved ones when it comes my turn. www.esterday.com Event Held to Promote National PTSD Awareness Day for 20th Ward Community Special Guest Lamman Rucker; of the T.V. show Greenleaf delivered keynote speech to residents Chicago, IL On June 27, 2018, Honorable Committeeman Kevin Bailey and Social Change hosted a national Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) awareness day for the 20th ward Veterans and community residents. During this event, 150 residents had the opportunity to learn about PTSD and interact with victims of PTSD within their local community. Residents had the opportunity to attend breakout sessions with facilitators, enjoy food and drinks and receive gifts for their participation. Special guest, community activist and actor Lamman Rucker also greeted the residents with a profound keynote speech on PTSD and bringing awareness of the disorder along with tools and resources for the veterans and community members of Chicago. PTSD is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. This event was developed to bring awareness and provide tools and resources for all Veterans, community members, youth, and children. Todd Belcore, Executive Director of Social Change, said Trauma is an unseen wound that impairs millions of people across the world each and every day. Thats why Social Change was honored to sponsor this PTSD Awareness Day event and cannot be more grateful for mental health advocate, activist and actor Lamman Rucker and other special guests for discussing both how to identify trauma and how to do something about it. To learn more about the event, please contact Taroue Brooks 202.431.1119. ________________________________KEVIN BAILEY At an early age, Bailey learned the value of community and public service. He was active in his church home as a member of the choir and also tutored students in math. Bailey found joy in this community engagement and quickly learned core leadership values. Today, he spends time volunteering housing, case management and supportive services for individuals addressing homelessness, substance abuse and in transition from incarceration. Bailey currently resides in the Washington Park neighborhood in Chicago, IL. Learn more at http://www.20thwarddemocrats.com/about-committeemankevin-bailey/ SOCIAL CHANGE liberation and disrupting systems via coalition and capacity Social Change is an organization committed to the radical transformation of protest into progress by working together with a network of organizers, lawyers, legislators, and artists seeking to improve the social reality of communities of color, to support and defend impoverished and divested households, and to uplift institutions committed to transforming lives and communities through strategic partnerships, community capacity building and technical assistance. Learn more at https://socialchange.site/ (AP: Royal Thai Navy) (EPA: Trapped football team and coach being rescued) Todd Belcore + Lamman Rucker on Red Carpet Photo Credit: Melanie L. Brown Have a story you want to share? Email us at Public Statement on Federal Policy to Limit Migration by Separating FamiliesThe recent federal policy to limit migration to the United States by separating families has led to a legal and humanitarian crisis resulting in more than 2,300 children being removed from their parents in a little less than two months. The crisis has been made worse by the lack of access to counsel, which is a longstanding issue in immigration and detention proceedings. Civil legal aid, public defense and pro bono advocates have been on the frontlines for years representing unaccompanied children to ensure their welfare. The scale of this current crisis has made the availability of representation even more critical to ensuring that families are reunited. NLADA is proud to be part of the equal justice community that has stepped up to provide access to justice for these families. Civil legal aid and public defense attorneys not only serve as counsel in complex immigration and criminal legal proceedings, but also serve as emissaries of their clients working to identify separated family members and negotiate even brief family phone calls. Despite facing roadblocks seemingly at every turn public defenders are denied access to their clients and disadvantaged by the lack of resources to respond to the increase in resources granted to prosecutors, and civil legal aid attorneys' pleas for information on children's whereabouts are ignored these advocates persevere. much money someone has or where they come from. Legal representation for these families by civil legal aid, public defenders and pro bono attorneys is critical. The trauma these parents and children face and the impossible situation in which they \277\003QG\003WKHPVHOYHV\003LV\003XQLPDJLQDEOH\021\KH\003RQO\\000WKLQJ\003ZRUVH\003WKDQ\003KDYLQJ\003WR\003IDFH\003VXFK\003GLUH\003 circumstances would be to face them alone. at every turn as ardent advocates for both legal rights and basic human welfare. As more and more Americans join the call to ensure access to counsel, we know there is hope for these families. This country promises justice for all. NLADA stands ready to support our members and partners on the ground to ensure this truly means everyone.

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JULY 14, 2018 THE STAR PAGE 5 Its not just any store brand. Its Publix. Its Publix. When we put our name on it, you know it has to be good. Make the easy family dinner good enough to be called Publix. City Councilwoman District 8, Ju'Coby Pittman Democrat and City Councilman Terrance father, new installed City Councilwoman District 8 JuCoby Pittman Democratic, Coby district 10, and Chief Judge Mark Mahon Gov. Scott Appointed Pittman, Freeman to Replace Suspended By Dan Evans The Florida/Georgia StarJuCoby Pittman has been appointed by Governor Rick Scott to serve City Council District 8 during the suspension of Councilwoman Katrina Brown and Terrance Freeman to serve City Council District 10 during the suspension of Councilman Reginald Brown. By the time you read this article the interim council members swearing-in ceremony scheduled for Thursday, July 12, will have taken place. The new members will serve the remainder of the terms through the 2019 election. That is unless the Browns are found not guilty and Gov. Scott has to lift their suspension and allow them to serve the remainder of their terms. Governor Scott suspended Katrina and Reggie Brown without pay. A lifting of the suspensions may raise the question of back pay and the city charter guidelines may be revised. The term is July 1, 2018 June 30, 2019. Republican running District 10 The appointment of Terrance Freeman Republican in the heavy Democratic District 10 of Northwest Jacksonville in decades. District 10 is reported to be only 19 percent Republican and with a heavy or light voter turnout, the election of a Republican to represent District 10 is not logical without this appointment. Terrance Freeman has not lived in the District. Mr. Freeman worked for the Jax Chamber of Commerce between 2014 and 2015 and served as a council assistant for Councilman Aaron Bowman, District 3. At the time of this writing, Freeman lives at an address in Mandarin near Julington Creek. According to City law municipal code Section 5.04,...{ Every member of the council shall be continuously his or her district or resident area}.... Even days to come and maybe weeks into the future. It is hard for this reporter to report the facts as they are stated and they make sense. The citys general council, in a statement reported in The Times-Union, said in Freemans case... everyone has been well counseled on what the law is...Jason Gabriel also said in Freemans case, he interprets that to mean he must be living in the district by the time hes sworn into Rrv\003\003FH\003RQ\003KXUVGD\)65.1(\021\003 A statement released by the Duval County the reason why Scott would appoint a Mandarin Republican who lives 20 miles away in District 6, to Democratic Council District 10 on the City Council Swearing In Ceremony July 12, 2018, City Hall ---Photos by Frank M. Powell III

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PAGE 6 THE STAR JULY 14, 2018 the added duties, or tariffs, at the border are protecting its self-interest but the U.S. government has an obligation to consider the impact the tariffs are having on the nation as a whole, and in particular the impact on African American owned newspapers and businesses. We forthrightly oppose the Trump tariffs on newsprint and demand an end to the disastrous trade policies that are hurting our businesses and communities. Given that newsprint and labor account for most of the cost of running a newspaper, it is easy to see how jacking up the price of newsprint by more than 30 percent could spell the difference between these publications eking out of business. Around 2,000 newspapers have closed or morphed into something else in the last 15 years. The NNPA is proud that its 215 member-publications are moving forward even in the face of these new contrived dangers and obstacles in the marketplace. Our newspapers enliven and inform the debate within African American and other communities that we serve and help to empower with news, information, and of Black cultural genius and endeavor. Our printed editions are especially important in communities where people are less likely to be able to afford or take full advantage of broadband Internet access. However useful todays technological innovations are in sharing information, for many people, there is no substitute or affordable alternative to the local weekly newspaper of, by, and for the African-American community. Our newspapers are the lifeblood for our communities. The tariffs threaten more than local newspapers. Newsprint is used for promotional materials by retailers and civic groups. It is used by book publishers and printers. Often these are small businesses serving local communities. If newsprint goes up in price, printers will get fewer contracts and have fewer customers. Ironically, the tariffs NORPAC wants in place will actually threaten paper producers and a range of related business. A coalition of these businesses, the STOPP Alliance, estimates some 650,000 jobs could be at risk all to help one company that has no allies or supporters within the U.S. paper industry. The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is reviewing the facts in this case and is expected to announce its recommendations on what to do with the tariffs later the summer. In the meantime, members of Congress from both parties have introduced legislation to suspend the tariffs immediately. The STOPP Alliance has also created an online petition to urge the ITC to end the tariffs. Consider adding your voice to this effort by clicking on this link. After all, the threat the duties on newsprint pose to daily and weekly print publications serving communities in urban and rural areas is especially acute. If there was ever a time when the country needed a range of authentic and trusted outlets to share news and perspectives, it is today. In todays world, the newspapers that serve African American communities will continue to play a crucial role. Errant trade policies and duties championed by a single company must not be allowed to diminish the meaningful TariffsContinued from page 1scores, remove sitting jurors they disagree with or place criminal charges on citizens when settlements would have created a more just outcome for the community at large. For instance, the company Liberty Ambulance, a Jacksonville-based ambulance provider, recently agreed to pay $1.2 million to settle allegations by the U.S. Department of Justice that the company overcharged the federal government for ambulance service. It knowingly upgraded claims for life support services from basic to advanced without cause. It also transported patients who didnt need the service. Here, false claims provided to Medicare, TRICARE, Medicaid and the Federal Employees Health cause anyone to be charged criminally. As a matter of fact, the company was allowed to admit no wrongdoing as part of the settlement. Another Jacksonville-based company that operates nearly 700 wound care clinics across the country has to pay up to $22.5 million on allegations that the company violated the False Claims Act. The company Healogics knowingly billed Medicare for medically unnecessary or unreasonable therapy provided to patients from 2010 through 2015. No one was dragged across the media or charged criminally. There are quite a few other cases where local, high no criminal charges for doing major criminal acts. On top of it all, federal prosecutors and judges prey on people without advantage of citizens who are without high priced attorneys. This is why you have seen wealthy whites plead the 5th and go home while black away from their families and constituents. Some would say that you cant do what whites do. That is the most cowardly phrase black people use. It provides Reggie and Katrina Brown (no relation) are going through the process. Corrine Brown is in prison awaiting an appeal to address the removal of a juror. But, if you know like most of us know, Corrine Brown will spend all of her time helping to free inmates from what has to be the worse criminal justice system in the world. PhraseContinued from page 1 By Jeri Covington Governor Rick Scott appointed with the recommendation of Lenny Curry Terrance Freeman July 10, 2018 to replace suspended Councilman Reggie Brown to District 10. We the residents of District 10 elected a Democrat to represent us. Governor Scott and Mayor Curry both violated the Constitutional Rights of the constituents of District 10 by this action and selection. continuation of racist behavior Curry politically. Mayor Lenny Curry has a history of manipulation for political control: Upon his election he demanded resignations of previously appointed members to City boards and agencies. He directed the appointment of Aaron Zahn as CEO of JEA. He directed the appointment of Joe Peppers to The Kids Hope Alliance. Now he directed a Black Republican to our Black Democratic District. We are tired of being ignored and disrespected. We have paid taxes which have not been returned to our Community. We have infrastructure which have not been upgraded since Consolidation. Crime and murder is running rampant in our Community. We have poor and dilapidated housing. We have no economic development and jobs to sustain families in our community. We have been ignored as a Community too long and will not lay down and play dead. Jeri Covington District 10 5115 Locksey Avenue, Jacksonville 32208Outrage At The Appointment Of Terrance FreemanBy Mayor Lenny Curry A week ago, as I sat on the south bank of the St. Johns, my family and I enjoyed the our downtown as a backdrop. As the fun of the evening faded and we returned home, about our city and our nation. My grandfathers and my father came to mind as I thought of the many men, women and by serving in our military to defend our way of life. mind, I have decided that in an array around the National Colors in front of City Hall. Jacksonville is a town with a long and rich history of service. We are home to military bases with active and reserve units. Thousands upon thousands of our citys citizens have for decades agreed to put their lives on the line for our country and our freedoms. To honor that long tradition, I want everyone who works in or visits City Hall to be reminded of the dedication of our Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard. Therefore, today I have asked my staff to install the necessary hardware next to the National Colors in Hemming Military Flags Will Soon Fly in Front of Jacksonville City Hall

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JULY 14, 2018 THE STAR PAGE 7 FLA/GALOCAL The New Florida Majority (NewFM) hosted a meeting of community and voting rights leaders with former U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder., Jr. and his National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC) this week in Miami. Participants discussed the concerns and conditions on the ground in Florida around making democracy work for everyone in Florida. Leaders were briefed on what NRDC has discovered in other parts of the country and how the group is helping to address local community concerns. Eric Holder made news when he called people cowards when it comes to the issue of race. Many consider Holder as the most aggressive attorney general in the area of criminal justice reform. He served under former president Barack Obama. The New Florida Majority says it is an independent organization working to increase the voting and political power of marginalized and excluded constituencies toward an inclusive, equitable, and just Florida. Are You Registered? CENTRAL FLORIDA Did you vote? Are you registered to Vote is a term thats controversial, conventional and consequential at once. The term speaks to an empowered populace and potentially empowers a disempowered themselves for and simultaneously has our ancestors. Thousands marched across the Selma Bridge in 1965, facing tanks, water hoses, cattle prods and police batons in the process. Today, our people are confronted with a similar bridge, yet instead of its physicality, the bridge has manifested systematically. Instead of batons, there are voter rolls. In place of water hoses, theres one sided political correctness and instead of tanks, there are domestic terrorists, which dont wear berets or fatigues, but three piece suits, robes and gavels. July Perry lost his life in Ocoee for registering people of color to vote. Our ancestors were betithed by poll taxes, voting exams which often asked them humiliating questions such as, how many bubbles are there on a bar of soap? Thirty-one years after July Perrys demise, Harry T. Moore and Harriet V. Moore, husband and wife Crusaders for voters rights within Florida, were killed when a bomb exploded beneath their home in Mims, Florida. 2018 marks a year of midterm elections, as eleven seats, including Governor are up for election. Florida, like many states, witnesses years that there are no votes for the President of the United States. Floridas Primary election is scheduled for August 28,2018, followed by the General election on November 6,2018. The deadline for a new Florida voter registration is 29 days before the upcoming election. The 29-day deadline also applies to a person already registered to vote in Florida Although there is no deadline for making an address change within the State of Florida or within the county, it is best to change your address well in advance of the election so that you will receive your sample ballot in the mail. There are two weeks left in July to register to vote before the Florida primary, which is itself one month away. Registration Requirements: Must be a U.S. Citizen, Must be 18 years old (may pre-register at 16 years of age), Must be a Florida resident, Must have your civil rights (If convicted of a felony or declared mentally incompetent by the courts, your civil rights must be restored before registering.) According to statistics compiled from 2014 only produced forty-one percent voter turnout in Florida, in comparison with the 2012 Presidential contest, which brought out seventy-two percent of voters within Florida. equal, one person, one vote! You get to voice your opinion. It is a birthright that was fought Colson Neal, President of the Orange County Branch NAACP nationwide referendum on Donald Trumps presidency. The House of Representatives, a third of the Senate, and governorships are at stake, along with hundreds of state country. The better Democratic candidates perform, the more strength theyll have to block legislation or nominees they dont like in Trumps third and fourth years. Furthermore, the results of the 2018 midterms will have an enormous impact on the course of US politics for the next decade because the once-a-decade redistricting process is coming up. In most states, the governors and state senators who win in 2018 when the redistricting process takes place in 2021 and 2022. The maps they draw for US House and state legislative districts will be in place through 2030. Voters can always expect a fair and represent or which platforms they claim. Said Bill Cowles, Orange County Supervisor of Elections. century standards. He said. newspaper and active participant of the Lake County political structure, emphasizes voting. The vote is the only tool which makes our we vote for will have our best interest in mind and that they will focus on the best possible policies to improve our quality of life. He said. our rights and we dont have a voice. One such organization that is committed to assisting with both voter education and registration is the Orange County Democratic Black Caucus. The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida was formed to give form to these underrepresented Black voters and their underestimated voices. Black delegates who attended the 1981 Florida State Democratic Party Convention in Hollywood, Florida were in attendance, but were concerned with of Black Democrats within the party. This meeting birthed the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida, which has the goal of unifying Black political power in the sunshine state. Essentially as the president, my goal is to lead and set the precedent for the Caucus. I community. said Russell Drake, the Orange County Democratic Black Caucus President. Drake was re-elected as the branches President in March of last year for another two year term, and has reported remarkable organizational growth. members. Drake said. They convene their meetings on the fourth Saturday of every month. The Caucus members stood with Ayala as opponents lambasted her husbands previous convictions. They also were among the principal organizers of the Ride to Tallahassee, which brought together organizations to advocate for Ayalas death penalty position. Over the past year, voters decided the fate of Orlandos District 5 council seat, three seats in Apopka, two seats in Eatonville and will decide how, who and what will be the outcome of this mid-year election. Florida Empowerment Group Hosted Meeting with Former Attorney General Eric Holder Florida Star Political Forum & Small Business ExpoFree Event Food Trucks August 18,2018 Saturday 11:30 am 3:00 pm Riverside North Jacksonville, Florida Address: 2711 Edison Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32254 Former Jacksonville Mayor Jake Godbold Endorses Alvin Brown for Congress JACKSONVILLE On July 12, 2018, former Jacksonville Mayor Jake Godbold announced his endorsement of Alvin Browns campaign for U.S. Congress. Mayor Godbold proudly served Jacksonville from 1978-1987 and continues to be a champion of the little man, a moniker earned as a result of his steadfast commitment to the community and its people. somebody from North Florida here, from Jacksonville, representing us... I like Alvin Alvin is a good man and hell make a great man in Congress. Statement from Mayor Brown: Mayor earn his support in this race. Throughout his career, the Mayor has always put people neighborhoods. I admire his record of service and unwavering belief in the people of North Florida and look forward to taking those same values to Congress on behalf of the 5th District. The Women's Day Committee of First (A.M.E.) Church in a spirit of versatility will light up the runway in an African Fashion Show.It will feature the alluring BB's Boutique from Tanger Outlets in Daytona Beach. Step into the world of African fashion. That's Aug. 4, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at a $10 donation that will include refreshments for the palate. First (A.M.E.) Church, at 91 Old Kings Road North, Palm Coast pastored by the Rev. Gillard S. Glover can be reached at 386-446-5759. Contact: Jeroline D. McCarthy, Director Advertising & Social Media Ministry 386-437-5142 LaTasha Platt, Director Advertising & Social Media Ministry 904-554-5934 The Rev. Dr. Gillard S. Glover, Senior Pastor First (A.M.E.) Church of Palm Coast 386-446-5759

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rfWolfson Childrens Health Center is a primary care office offering a full range of health care services for ages 0 to 20. We accept most insurance plans and have a sliding-fee, income-based discount for patients without insurance. Our office is in the Ribault Family Resource Center (Full Service Schools Building) on the Ribault High School campus3701 Winton Drive Jacksonville, Florida 32208OPEN YEAR-ROUNDMonday Friday, 8 am NoonHealth insurance and Florida KidCare accepted (We can assist you with insurance enrollment.)Wolfson Childrens Hospital in partnership with: Mikah Owen, MD, MPH Pediatrician Christie Johnson, ARNP-BC Family Nurse Practitioner WCH 33802 SBHC Awareness Florida Star Ad_v01.indd 1 5/8/18 2:55 PM New Lilly Diabetes Helpline to Assist People Seeking Solutions to Insulin AffordabilityStarting August 1, a new dedicated helpline called the Lilly Diabetes Solution Center will assist people who need help paying for their insulin such as those with lower incomes, the uninsured, and people in the deductible phase of their highdeductible insurance plans, Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) announced today. A customized suite of solutions for all Lilly insulins, including for Humalog (insulin lispro), will be used by helpline operators the personal circumstances of patients. Among the multiple solutions being made available through the helpline are short-term and long-term options for people with immediate needs for insulin and how people with lower incomes can access Lilly insulin through free clinics. Lilly is donating Humalog and Humulin (insulin human injection) to three relief agencies Americares, Direct Relief, and Dispensary of Hope to supply nearly 150 free clinics across the U.S. We want to hear from people who have trouble paying for their insulin so that we can try Enrique Conterno, president of Lilly Diabetes and Lilly USA. People with diabetes face numerous costs for their treatment including medicines, supplies and doctor visits. Our solution center can help relieve the cost burden for many people and better ensure they receive comprehensive treatment for diabetes. Our solution center will take a targeted approach customized solutions for David A. Ricks, Chairman and CEO of Lilly, added: While the current system works for many people, there are still gaps. Thats why Lilly is working with PBMs, insurance companies, advocacy groups and others to bring solutions to patients, and why we are advancing additional solutions today. Lilly and our partners share a commitment to reduce the cost of insulin at the pharmacy counter so that everyone who needs our medicines to manage their Based on estimates from market research data, more than 400,000 people living with diabetes in the U.S. and Puerto new solution center. Conterno said Lilly will continue to build upon these solutions with additional answers for people who need relief from high outof-pocket costs. Following are the solutions that will be made available starting August 1: Lilly Diabetes Solution Center helpline The helpline will be a solutions for people who have trouble affording their insulin. The solution center helpline will be staffed with people who personal circumstances of the person in need including their location, type of insurance, and income level. The goal of the helpline is to ensure each person who uses Lilly insulin is matched with the best cost solution available. The phone number will be made available on August 1. Free clinics Lilly is donating insulin to three relief agencies Americares, Direct Relief, and Dispensary of Hope to eventually supply nearly 150 free clinics across the U.S. with Lilly insulin. Helpline operators will point people toward clinics that are most convenient to them and explain how to access them. Lilly is working now with the relief agencies to identify as many clinics as possible that can adequately store and distribute insulin to people who differ clinic-to-clinic). Point of sale savings We are increasing our who may need help paying for insulin. The helpline will answers for people who face the highest out-of-pocket costs such as people who are uninsured and people who pay in the deductible phase of their high-deductible commercial insurance plans. The solutions will be customizable based upon personal circumstances and will include options for all Lilly insulins. PAGE 8 THE STAR JULY 14, 2018 $1.1M Awarded to Preserve African-American Historic Sites By Rebecca Santana Grants totaling $1.1 million will help support important African-American heritage sites including the homes of jazz musician John Coltrane and playwright August Wilson, a Virginia location central to the slave trade and civil rights locations in Birmingham, a preservation group announced Friday. The money from the AfricanAmerican Cultural Heritage Action Fund is part of an effort by the National Trust for Historic Preservation to preserve and promote AfricanAmerican historic places. Brent Leggs, who directs the fund, says AfricanAmerican historic places have traditionally been undervalued and underfunded. Through the action fund we have the opportunity to raise the visibility and the full contributions of AfricanAmericans to our nation. We have the opportunity to highlight stories and places of activism achievement and community, to rewrite history and tell a new story about a years to preserve and highlight African-American historical contributions. The recipients constitute a range of sites and needs across America. Some like Shockoe Bottom in Richmond, Virginia, are connected with the slave trade while others, like the John and Alice Coltrane Home, in Huntington, New York, are connected with African-American artistic contributions. Historic Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, is part of a consortium of civil rights sites in the city that received a grant. Martha Bouyer of Bethel Baptist says the church, home to famous civil rights activist pastor Fred Shuttlesworth, will use the money for a historic structures report a detailed accounting of the building which can guide future preservation efforts. Ive been trying for years to the grant. Paul A. Ellis Jr. is executive director of the August Wilson House in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which pays homage to the AfricanAmerican playwright who Ellis, whos also Wilsons nephew, said the organization will match the $50,000 grant from the trust and use it to create a series of interpretive exhibits and interactive techniques that tell the story of August Wilson and the community that served as the Thats why it means so much to get this grant, to keep moving forward with this in August Wilsons hometown and we want the world to Leggs said the fund was created in the aftermath of Charlottesville last summer where heritage, culture and way to tell the whole history of our nation and to foster understanding, healing and In Charlottesville, Virginia, last year, a Unite the of white nationalists to the planned to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. After vicious brawling broke out between white nationalists and counter demonstrators, a driver ran his car into a crowd of counter demonstrators, killing one and injuring many. He currently faces federal hate crime charges. NFL Player Pacman Jones Attacked by Employee at Atlanta Airport Police say former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam during a run-in with a facilityservice employee at the airport in Atlanta. Atlanta Police spokesman Jarius Daugherty says Jones confronted ABM Industries employee Frank Ragin after toward the football player Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Police say words were exchanged before Ragin causing a cut to Jones face. Cellphone video footage shows that Jones and Ragin traded several punches with each other. Jones ultimately knocked Ragin down to the ground with a punch to the face then hit the employee one more time before a man broke Daugherty says that at some ended up hitting a woman who was with Jones, injuring her hand. He says Ragin was the aggressor and Jones defended himself. Jones and his friend declined medical treatment. Ragin was arrested on two counts of battery and taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for injuries. Jones, a one-time Pro Bowler, spent eight seasons with the Bengals. Hes also played for the Tennessee Titans and Dallas Cowboys. Even though police determined Jones wasnt at fault, the NFL veteran has had pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charge after his confrontation last year with hotel security personnel and an obscenityPolice said Jones kicked and used head-butting as he was arrested for allegedly assaulting a hotel employee. The NFL suspended Jones for one game for a violation of its personal conduct policy. Subscribe To The Florida Star Call 904-766-8834

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JULY 14, 2018 THE STAR PAGE 9 ORLANDO, Fla. Florida A&M University (FAMU) College of Law has kicked off its Summer Comprehensive Academic Legal Enhancement (SCALE) Program, an initiative designed to assist entering students with their transition to law school by helping them to reach their full potential and achieve success. The voluntary two-week program which includes housing, meals, course materials and faculty instruction runs from Monday, July 9, 2018 to Friday, July 20, 2018 and is being provided FREE of charge to a select number of students. What makes SCALE unique is that the post-admit program is focused primarily on enhancing participants problem solving, legal reasoning and critical reading and thinking skills in a law school classroom setting, said LeRoy Pernell, interim dean and professor of law. Deficiencies in these skill areas are directly related to why students who may have otherwise performed well academically prior to law school, may not perform well on the LSAT exam and in-turn not succeed in law school, Pernell said. SCALE is designed to bridge the gap in developing these core skills, as well as provide a strong foundation by which SCALE participants can excel in their first year of law school. SCALE offers students already admitted to law school several key experiences, including enrichment activities, mentoring and the opportunity to jump start their law school careers by acquiring, through practice, the legal study skills necessary for success i.e. case reading and briefing, legal analysis, self-regulated learning, Socratic method, etc. in advance of the rest of the admitted class. Finally, because SCALE is limited to a small number of participants, each will receive individualized feedback and in-depth support throughout SCALE from faculty teaching in the program. Sixteen students are participating in the 2018 SCALE program, which was previously offered to entering students in Summer 2016. Of the 16 students who took part in the previous SCALE program, several have excelled in law school, including many who now hold leadership positions in student organizations, some who were invited to participate on Law Review, others who took part in high-profile internships and Study Abroad programs; and two who serve as student assistants for the 2018 SCALE program. My experience with SCALE was very beneficial, including the classes on organization and how to brief a case, said Brittany Bennett, a rising third-year law student who assists the 2018 participants in the daily Review and Study Lab. My biggest takeaway was learning how I learn. That was a new concept to me and its something Ive continued to be aware of throughout law school. Having recently completed a Study Abroad program in South Africa, former SCALE and rising third-year student Ashanti Breeden is also serving as a student assistant for the 2018 SCALE program. The SCALE program truly aided me in my transition to law school because it provided me a safe place to practice certain skills without the typical pressures of law school, Breeden said. SCALE marks the latest phase of FAMU College of Laws Project PASS (Performance Assessment and Strategic Support) initiative, which was launched last fall to take a comprehensive approach to enhancing student learning, beginning with an assessment of students prior academic experiences, continuing through law school, and culminating during bar exam preparation. Project PASS utilizes proven methods to target first-year and upper-level students with uniquely designed teaching tools that complement existing course work or are integrated into the current curriculum. Project PASS activities previously implemented include a two-week extended orientation entitled, Foundations for Law School Success: Boot Camp 2017 for entering students; a mandatory diagnostic exam that focused on knowledge, comprehension, analysis and application of the law for upper-level students; complimentary course materials for the Multistate Bar, Law and Skills and the Florida Bar, Law and Skills courses for third-year students; and several externally-administered simulated exams for graduates studying for the Bar Exam. For more information visit: http://www. famunews.com Local News 100 BLACK MEN OF ATLANTA, INC. NAMES ANTHONY FLYNN NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER ATLANTA (July 5, 2018) Anthony Flynn is the newly appointed Executive Director Black Men Of Atlanta, Inc. (The 100), one of organizations focused on leadership development, educational support, economic empowerment, and health and wellness. In his role as Executive Director and COO, Flynn will oversee the day to day operations, strategic planning, external relations, and fundraising initiatives for The 100. As a successful leader in the business world with numerous Fortune 100 giants (e.g. Kraft Foods, RJ Reynolds and 3M) and a pioneering executive in numerous, multia proven track record for converting ideas and theories to actionable achievements. He is the founder of The Gifted Education Foundation (www.iamgifted.org) which produces marketplace leaders from lowincome communities across America. In its supported just over 100 students earning more than $18 million in scholarship. Its students have received full scholarships to Stanford, Dartmouth, Princeton, Emory, and more. Mr. Flynn graduated from the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program in 2017 where he won the business pitch competition for his cohort. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Sales from The University of Memphis where he graduated as the top student in his major and he also holds a Master of Arts in Religion degree from Memphis Theological Seminary where he also graduated with honors. He is also the author of two books: The Execution Pipeline: A Step-by-Step Guide to Moving Your Business Idea From Dream to Reality and The Happiness Map: Finding been a featured keynote speaker at Harvard University, Emory University, Georgia Tech, The University of Memphis, Biz1190 (Wall Street Journal syndicated radio show), Q Conference. He also serves as a coach and consultant to a number of high net-worth individuals, companies, professional athletes, and churches. Originally from Memphis, TN, Flynn moved to Atlanta from Southern California 9 years ago with his wife of 17 years, son (15), and daughter (12). In his TEDx talk The Intangibles, Flynn shares his personal story of poverty and addresses the criteria needed for students and families to escape the grip of detrimental generational cycles. Mr. Flynns unique perspective is one that Larry Johnson, Chairman Of The Board says will help expand the reach of the organization, The 100 Black Men of Atlanta is fortunate to have found someone who has such a perfect executive experience to lead our organization. Anthony Flynn is the right leader at the right ideas, diverse management, and personal triumph will help to connect the organization with the people who we serve and expand the solid foundation we have achieved over the past thirty plus years. Flynn will add value to The 100 by bringing his professional and personal experience to 100s Project Success program which include: 100 Robotic Scholars Alliance (a S.T.E.M. program), B.E.S.T. Academy Pathways of Developmental Success (a leadership development program), and Project Success (a college preparatory and tuition assistance program). The program provides mentorship to at-risk youth living in vulnerable communities in the Atlanta metro area. In fact, 100% of the students who complete Project Success have graduated from high school and 80% have graduated from college in four years, far outpacing the national averages. Beyond their impact to the community, Flynn is committed to expanding the reach of 100s members. Our members are some incredibly talented men, of high capacity, high stature, and high standard. Its important that we leverage their capacity, skillset, and business acumen for the good of the organization and the communities we serve throughout the Atlanta Metro area, shares Flynn. Atlanta is a global city. There are a lot of people who have moved into the city and with that comes diversity of experiences, diversity of race, diversity of ideas and more. Ive never seen so many high-powered and prominent AfricanAmericans in roles of leadership making a government, community. Im very impressed with the levels of talent and business acumen in people of color in Atlanta, shares Flynn. I see my appointment as having an opportunity to leverage greatness in our city and also within the membership. Theres a lot of awesome things happening with the members themselves both individually and collectively and progressive initiatives happening on the ground in the trenches of the communities we serve. I look forward to tapping into our potential and taking 100 Black Men of Atlanta to the next level. Visit www.100blackmen-atlanta.org for information and to make charitable contributions to Project Success. FAMU College of Law Launches Post-Admit Program to Prepare Students for Success Fleming Island, FL, July 10, 2018 The Clay County Chamber Foundation is holding its Annual Teacher Appreciation Expo August 6, 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. at the Thrasher-Horne Center. The Clay County Chamber Foundation is a 501(c) The purpose of the Annual Teacher Appreciation Expo is to recognize teachers, provide items for their classrooms, and build stronger relationships with the business community. The expo is open to all Clay County teachers with proof of employment in Clay County (public, private, and charter). The Clay County Chamber Foundation has been building excitement online at its Clay County Teacher Appreciation Expo Facebook page, which has a reach of 1.8K (up from 1.4K in 2017), with various activities that can result in a lucky follower winning a case of paper (with proof of employment in Clay County Schools). In a grass roots poll of Clay County teachers, they listed their most critical classroom supplies. These supplies in order of need are copy paper (white and colored), hand sanitizer, Clorox wipes, dry erase markers, Kleenex tissues, pocket Kleenex tissues, sticky notes, #2 pencils and pens (branded ok), loose leaf notebook paper wide rule, Sharpie markers, glue sticks, highlighters, Crayola Crayons 24-count, washable markers, red ink pens, blue ink pens, pink oblong erasers, staple removers, mechanical pencils, pencil boxes, pocket folders, composition notebooks, pencil cases, wide-ruled spiral bound notebooks, Fiskarss blunt end scissors, Elmers glue bottles, index cards, colored pencils, subject dividers, 1-inch binders, rulers, and white erasers. One teacher commented that it costs $150 per student for supplies for the school year. More than 40 businesses are expected to participate in the Teacher Appreciation Expo this year. Each business donates supplies the teachers can use in their classrooms. In addition, they have the opportunity to show their appreciation for all our teachers with door prizes, free screenings, giveaways, food and beverages and more. St. Vincents HealthCare is the title sponsor of the 2018 event. Additional sponsors include The YMCA, Bankers Life, Community First Credit Union and others. The Bailey Group will host additional support through their program Tools for Schools which will provide additional supplies. The food sponsor is Texas Road House and the venue sponsor is Thrasher-Horne Center. If you would like to become a sponsor, please contact Annie Grogan at (904) 264-2651 ext. 214 or agrogan@claychamber.com.Clay Teachers Receive Back to School Support from Clay Chamber Foundation and Local Businesses

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JULY 14, 2018 THE STAR PAGE 10 COMMUNITY Opinions,Announcements, and MoreThe views and information expressed in this column are not necessarily the views of the publisher or advertisers. The practice of separating children from parents is not new and did not begin ugly history of separating children from children were sold miles away from their pie. unarmed Black teen who was shot in the a story about a Chinese restaurants allby many of the major networks. Antwon the continued practice of police brutality and state sanctioned murder against Black communities across this nation? Where is the righteous indignation of lawmakers? Where are the tears of pundits shed for this injustice? The One Million Conscious & Conscientious Black Contributors & Voters calls for one million race-conscious work to place the interests of our people FROOHFWLYHO\\000LQ\003\263\277UVW\020SRVLWL\RQ\021\264\003,Q\003GRLQJ\003 VR\017\003ZH\003SXW\003LQWR\003SUDFWLFH\003ZKDW\003DOO\003RWKHU\003 racial and ethnic groups do routinely and women and children must die at the hands and legislate solutions to address this and the medias attention is not quickly GLYHUWHG\003WR\003V\WRULHV\003DERXW\003&KLQHVH\003IRRG" THE One Million is calling upon Congress to legislate Misconduct Insurance for all Law Enforcement rvFHUV\003ZKLFK\003ZRXOG\003EH\003UHTXLUHG\003DW\003WKH\003 H[SHQVH\003RI\003WKH\003RrvFHU\003DQG\003ZRXOG\003RSHUDWH\003 similarly to malpractice insurance. \\017\003+\(\003QH\003\000LOOLRQ\003LV\003FDOOLQJ\003IRU\003 Community Control of Police by the boards which would monitor misconduct Congress to enact the Uniform Reporting (URLEIA) which is groundbreaking legislation to help stop police killings of $PHULFDQ\003FLWL]HQV\017\003SDUWLFXODUO\\000XQDUPHG\003 %ODFN\003PHQ\017\003Z\RPHQ\003DQG\003FKLOGUHQ\021 OHDVH\003MRLQ\003XV\003DV\003ZH\003SODQ\017\003VWUDWHJL]H\003 DQG\003\277JKW\003IRU\003WKH\003DGYDQFHPHQW\003DQG\003XSOLIW\003 of our people. www.iamoneofthemillion. com This IS America Melvinl.kelly@yahoo.com The African American Business Project SALES PROFESSIONAL The Florida Star and The Georgia Star with potential clients. This is a commission based opportunity. If resume today. The Florida Star is the oldest and most widely station and sponsors a radio show (IMPACT) twice a week on WCGL FM 94.7 and AM 1360. If you meet the listed requirements: Submit recommendations. Requirements: Meet monthly sales goals. to reliable transportation Possess a strong work ethic. Ability to produce The Florida Star Seeks Journalism Interns You will be required to write weekly articles as semester, or a year long internship Recommendation letter will be awarded upon successful completion of the internship For Consideration: Email 2 writing samples to: Subject:Intern No phone calls please! NOW HIRING

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