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Cassandra Harris Lockwood

Letter to The Editor : July 2021

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Letter to The Editor : July 2021 Claudia Tenney got it wrong in voting to keep confederate statues in the Capitol. The honor of having your likeness displayed in the U.S....

Letters To the Editor : July 2021

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Letter  to the Editor We should be thankful Today on the 4th of July as I was feeling concerned and uncertain about the future of our country, a friend shared a...

Rep. Tenney Needs to Tell the Truth

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I believe in the truth. The truth will set you free. In today’s political environment actually getting to the truth is miserable.   Political mailings are an unfortunate part of our...

Support George Floyd Justice Policing Act.

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By Judy Jerome I grew up with the notion that police officers are your friend.  Remember Officer Friendly?  Remember Mr. Rogers’ policeman pal, Officer Clemmons?  I have a family member...

Tenney Voted NO!!

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I’m a good citizen.  I recycle, monitor my consumption of fossil fuels, eat food raised locally and keep my property tidy. I also monitor my Congresspeople and how they vote. As...

The For the People Act

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 In a true democracy it is the voters who choose their elected leaders, not the leaders who choose their voters. The passage of the For the People Act (S.1)...

As Onlookers Cried Floyd was Crucified

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From the Desk of Susan Townley   As a rule, I cheer for the defense in a trial.  This time I am rooting for the prosecutor.  I find the lawyer who...

Japanese Barberry, The Tick Magnet

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Japanese Barberry, The Tick Magnet If you live in the country around here, either you or someone you know has been bitten by a tick, the bad tick, the tiny...

George Floyd is our Emmet Till

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From the Desk of Susan Townley Chauvin’s defense attorney is painting a picture of the death of George Floyd in which the behavior of the ‘mob’ surrounding the police SUV...

On George Floyd and Daniel Prude

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From the Desk of Susan Townley After watching the beginning of the George Floyd trial it hit me. We have to stop the lowest common denominator from patrolling our streets. ...

My Aunt Dr. Jean Harris was a Trailblazing Female Physician

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Editor's Note: This is my Aunt, Dr. Jean Harris from the 1955 cover of Ebony Magazine. She was the first Black doctor graduated from the State of Virginia. Her...

From the Editors Desk: So Leeenna

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Ok. So, I got a call today from one of the female family members from the Riot at Revels. Presumably, she was a rioter as she was determined to...

Becoming a Caricature of Ourselves

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Becoming a Caricature of Ourselves I’m pretty left of center when it comes to the majority of issues, specifically those that are socially engineered. But a recent AP story caught...

Editor’s Note: Riot at Revels

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Over the years the existence of the lone Black funeral home in an impoverished Black community has taken its toll. Endless streams of families on Social Services seeking funerals...

The New American Epiphany

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e·piph·a·ny /əˈpifənē/ noun noun: Epiphany; noun: epiphany; plural noun: epiphanies 1. the manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles as represented by the Magi (Matthew 2:1–12). 2. the festival commemorating the first Epiphany on January...

Utica Phoenix Radio Owner Debuts WNPR Game Show

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By Jess Szabo CHL Newest Panelist on NPR’s Says You! “A public radio game show of bluff and bluster, words and whimsy”   On January 2, 2021, National Public Radio’s famous talk show,...

Phoenix Editorial Page :The Myths and Truths About White Privilege

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Ten Myths and Truths About White Privilege The term “White privilege” is heard everywhere from the news to social media to in-person conversations today. Everyone knows it has something...

95.5 The Heat Owner Appears on Special Edition of “Says You!”

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Utica Artist, Activist, and Business Owner Appears on Special Edition of “Says You.” On January 2, 2021, National Public Radio’s famous talk show, “Says You” offered a special LiveStream...

Local Radio Station Owner Newest Panelist on NPR’s Says You!

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“A public radio game show of bluff and bluster, words and whimsy” Well-known local activist and media op, Cassandra Harris-Lockwood, recently debuted as a panelist on the popular WNPR national...

My Father’s Battle with Housing Discrimination in the early 1950’s

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By Cassandra Harris Lockwood                                   Photo by Vernon J. Harris, Jr. Vernon J. Harris, Jr....