Month: June 2020

Blacker the Berry Podcast with Broadway Star Major Attaway!

*Profanity was used in the making of this episode* You may have heard his voice in “Dragon Ball Z,” “Fairy Tail” and “One Piece,” and “Borderlands 3.” He co-starred in “Orange Is The New Black” as DeShaun McAdams. He made his broadway debut in in January 2016 in Disney Broadway Smash hit Aladdin as Babkak …

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Anxiety in a Quarantine: Observing The Old Ways

Anxiety in a Quarantine: Observing The Old Ways

Hello! Here is the latest IGTV video I posted in the series I’m calling “Anxiety In A Quarantine.” I’ve been creating and sharing my experiences with anxiety on places like YouTube and Instagram since 2017. These recent months have allowed me time to both have more anxiety and post more videos about it. I’m happy …

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College Students Share their Experiences and Concerns During the COVID-19 Pandemic

College Students Share their Experiences and Concerns During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In early March of 2020, Gov. Andrew Cuomo made the announcement that all state schools will be closed indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic. This announcement made waves through college campuses across New York, and was the first of many decisions that would leave SUNY students questioning; what’s next? The original decision to close SUNY …

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Dominican Village CEO Fired After Making Derogatory Facebook Comment About Protestors

The CEO of Amityville’s Dominican Village made a comment on Facebook that led to his swift termination. Under a picture of protestors in Freeport, Paul Wasser, who has served as the CEO for four years, made the suggestion to “Run the dirt down…” referring to the protestors. Dominican Village is a nonprofit independent living and assisted …

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Peaceful Protests Spark in Wyandanch and Brentwood After the Death of George Floyd

After the death of 46-year-old Minnesota man George Floyd, protests sparked in Minnesota, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, St. Louis, and now, Long Island. In Wyandanch, protestors marched around Wyandanch Village and lined themselves across Straight Path chanting “Black lives matter,” “This is what democracy looks like,” “No people united can ever be defeated,” and “I can’t breathe.” …

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