Monthly Archives: June 2020

Earthquake Rattles Southern Mexico

The residents of Southern Mexico were left petrified after experiencing a magnitude 7.4 Earthquake early yesterday morning. The Earthquake was centered twenty miles below the Earth’s surface, where the Mexico resort of Huatulco in Huatulco, Oaxaca is located. The resort came crashing down during the great quake, resulting in one …

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George Floyd, the death that ignited a movement, buried

HOUSTON (AP) – George Floyd’s body arrived in Houston on Monday June 8th, 2020. The 46-year-old’s death sparked a nationwide movement against systematic racism and police brutality. On May 25, a Minneapolis police officer knelt on Floyd’s neck for almost nine minutes. Video footage captured by a bystander showed evidence …

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Why Absentee Votes should be expanded

NASVHILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Fiona Welhan, wife of John Prine, recommended that the absentee ballots be expanded in Tennessee. John Prine died from COVID-19 recently and his wife has now contracted it. Fiona Welhan Prine advocated to have an expansion of absentee votes to eliminate risks of getting the outbreak …

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London To Tear Down Racially Conflicted Statues

By Haley Bartlett LONDON (AP)— The mayor of London announced that the city may begin to remove more imperial statues as the George Floyd protests progress around the world eliciting change. The death of Floyd, a Minneapolis resident who was killed by former police officers after being detained for an …

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AN OCEAN FULL OF MEMORIES

By Chris Milligan           Santa Monica, Calif. (AP) – Before the era of Civil Rights, a beach shore was nicknamed “The Ink Well” for its popularity among the black community. It is here many surfers come pay tribute to George Floyd and other members of the black community that have …

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