Legal Myths v. Reality

By Judge Joan Shkane This is a continuing discussion of Legal Myths and Reality, because an informed citizen is always the most successful citizen: MYTH: New York State has no uniform procedure in place for private...

Karen Refugee Academic Standout Interns for Lockwood Law. Heads to Albany State in the...

  Moo Toh Taw is a graduate of Proctor High School class of 2016 and received her associate degree in Criminal Justice from Herkimer County Community College in the spring of 2018. Moo was the Commencement...

Mercury – It’s Not Just Fish Anymore

By Pete Bianco High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is a food ingredient that has become widely used as a cheaper replacement for natural sugar during the past 40 years. There have been claims that HFCS...

Troublemaking: A Mohawk Tradition and the Heroes of Alcatraz

By Doug George-Kanentiio One of the more admirable traits of the Mohawk people is the ability to shake things up, to disturb the complacent, to agitate, confront and demand. It was no mere chance that Skennenrahowi,...

The Heat DJ Spotlight: Chemical Kain

by Jess Szabo Kenyon Burvick, known professionally as “DJ Chemical Kain,” brings a love of music, art, and current events to Phoenix Radio’s “The Morning Show.”  His education in music began during childhood, in a house...

The Blessings and Gifts of Impermanence

By Dave Roberts In her book, “Grief and Loss: Theories and Skills for Helping Professionals, “Katherine Walsh-Burke describes symbolic loss as follows: “There are many types of losses that are not due to death, but rather...

Foundations of Jim Crow

By Susan Townley Thomas Dartmouth Rice of Boston Mass, was a leading black face entertainer during America’s Ante-Bellum era. Rice is remembered because he happened to notice a severely crippled slave while touring the South...

Reflections About a Funeral

By Dave Roberts Many couples whose children are on their own (as is the case with me and my wife Cheri), go through memorabilia that accumulated over the years and pass those items on to...

Why Native Americans Should Welcome Southern Kin

By Doug George-Kanentiio, Akwesasne Mohawk   Our Native American ancestors have a wonderful tradition of welcoming those in need to our lands. I am from the Mohawk Nation which is part of the Iroquois Confederacy and...

Starting A Business in America

The Internet - The Greatest & Largest Market Place in the World Any business can rapidly and inexpensively sell to their customers all over the world on the internet. E-commerce is the delivery of products,...
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