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From clockwise, top left: Beacon High School student, Amatullah Muhammad, introduces last Thursday’s main speaker, Amy Spitalnick, Executive Director of Integrity First for America, who is involved in a critical court case regarding the damaging effects of calculated supremacy; Amy Spitalnick, the Executive Director of Integrity First for America, who is leading a pivotal, upcoming court case against the 2017 supremacist-motivated attacks at Charlottesville,provides details about the lawsuit at Thursday’s virtual event; Vassar College Professor, Taneisha N.Means, speaks at Thursday’s “Fighting the Supremacy- From Charlottesville to Capital Hill” event; and Justice McCray, of Beacon for Black Lives and running for a local, political office, speaks at Thursday’s virtual event about the persecution he personally underwent as well as that endured by others and the need to stand up and fight against it.

Fighting White Supremacy Around the United States

By Jennifer L. Warren BEACON - The danger we face now in 2021-not just 75 years ago- is very real. It’s a frightening reality that...
Parishioners, community leaders, and elected officials gathered outside of the Beulah Baptist Church after Sunday mass to honor their pastor, Reverend Dr. Jesse Voyd Bottoms Jr, with a surprise tribute.

Reverend Bottoms is Honored on Easter

POUGHKEEPSIE – Parishioners, community leaders, and elected officials gathered outside of the Beulah Baptist Church after Sunday mass to honor their pastor, Reverend Dr....
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