Super Leaders
Mar07

Super Leaders

Alex Cummings: Super Leader – Rising to the Top : Published Fall 2015 ; Wayne Doe Set in an affluent neighborhood on the outskirt of the City of Atlanta, Georgia, the home of Alex & Theresa Cummings sits majestically with its walls of fine granite and cobbled stone driveway. The beautiful trees and manicured shrubs adds to the tone of warmth that is felt in the home, but would be in contrast to the challenges that made it...

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Peter Betiku
Nov27

Peter Betiku

The Fall 2016 edition of Voices Magazine under the header “CHANGE MAKERS”, features Pete Betiku an entrepreneur and motivational speaker. Pete sits down with Voices Magazine Sr. editor and writer , Linda Freemon to discuss his successes and challenges. Others featured in this must-read edition are Jerimiah S.K Pojah, Director, owner of North American Medical Academy, a CNA School, and Emmanuel Oppong of St. Cloud, a young...

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Elizabeth Knight Endorses Reva…
Oct31

Elizabeth Knight Endorses Reva…

WHY REVA IS RUNNING FOR BROOKLYN PARK CITY COUNCIL “I’m running for Brooklyn Park City Council in the East district to help create more unified, inclusive, and informed communities.  I will continue my work with residents, community groups, and city leaders to ensure more prosperity and equity throughout Brooklyn Park.”  – Reva Chamblis SUPPORT REVA CHAMBLIS FOR BROOKLYN PARK CITY COUNCIL “As former council person for the East...

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Voting is a RIGHT, not a privilege!
Oct18

Voting is a RIGHT, not a privilege!

Recently an e-newsletter received from a conservative coalition group wisely advised its readers to vote in the upcoming elections.  However, it stated the “right to vote is a precious privilege” and encouraged readers to exercise their “privilege to vote”. Voting in the United States of America is a RIGHT, not a “privilege”. The U.S. Constitution stated in Amendment XV, which was ratified by the states in 1870: “Section 1. The...

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Elizabeth Tolzmann
Sep18

Elizabeth Tolzmann

“If your vision is for a year, plant wheat.  If your vision is for ten years, plant trees.  If your vision is for a lifetime, plant people.”  This is a Chinese proverb from Artika R. Tyner’s book, “The Lawyer as Leader: How to Plant People and Grow Justice,” and inspires Elizabeth Tolzmann, one of the amazing women Voices Magazine has chosen to feature.  She strives in everything she does to maintain that purpose within her life map...

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Applying for US Citizenship by Vincent Martin
Apr18

Applying for US Citizenship by Vincent Martin

Applying for U.S. Citizenship – Not always as easy as it sounds. In order to become a citizen, once must first be a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) Green Card holder. The applicant must have been an LPR for five years prior to applying for citizenship (or three years if they are currently married to a US Citizen, and have been married to that same person for the entire three years).  During this five or three-year period, they must...

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