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Jan 27 – Feb 09, 2022
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After 32 Years, I am Leaving the Dregs of Prison Life

After nearly 32 years of incarceration, the Maryland Parole Board unanimously recommended that Governor Larry Hogan parole me. With the recommendation, the governor had three options: grant, deny, or be inactive. On December 20, 2021, I was formally notified by the parole board that my parole was official.
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Library of Congress Magazine Focuses on Jazz History

Trinidad-American Hazel Scott had fame, money and artistic success, then she nearly lost it all. The Library of Congress Magazine’s January/February 2022 issue features a concise story about this little-known jazz star. Also in the magazine are other jazz-related features.
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Have Millennials Given Up on Big Cities?

The rise of remote work has lured some young people to reconsider whether living near desirable metro areas is still worth the cost. Some small-town communities will even pay remote workers to move there.
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Former Port Of Harlem Writer Running for Congress in Rhode Island

Omar Bah has thrown his hat into the ring for an open seat being vacated by James R. Langevin (D-RI). Bah, who wrote about Port Of Harlem as a reporter for the Gambian newspaper The Daily Observer, is seeking to become the first Black to represent Rhode Island in the US Congress.
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Diversity Program for Early-Career Theatre Administration and Technician Workers Opens

Each Woolly Mammoth fellowship is structured as a paid year-long department-specific position with benefits (including health insurance), and a housing stipend. Applications will be accepted through Sunday, February 13, 2022.
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Port Of Harlem Subscribers Help Break New Records

Subscriptions to Port Of Harlem are at their highest levels ever. Port Of Harlem Talk Radio got its first supporter. Our Facebook likes exceed 5,800, the most ever. The debut of our new email format with the Oct 07–Oct 20, 2021 issue brought us a spectacular 42.5 percent open rate. The last issue beat that with an open rate of 45 percent.
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You will find links to the importance of NIOSH-approved N95 masks (Health) and Artificial Intelligence & The Black Experience: A Conversation with Elizabeth M. Adams (Technology). We wished we were in Chicago to see “The Bluest Eye,” but we will be in Washington and witness, “Dear Mapel.” “Underground Railroad: The Secret History” will feature historians and POH subscribers CR Gibbs and Rosemary Sandlier.
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Readers' Trends

Our last issue and last lead story broke records. A story we first published in 2021 is back as #1 amongst searchers and viewers on our web page. Guess what story about Donald Trump was #1 amongst our readers on Facebook. Given the hits we got on Instagram, Roland Martin’s upcoming book will be a hit. See his related YouTube video.
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