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Women of Color to Watch Out For in 2021 Olympics
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Women of Color to Watch Out For in 2021 Olympics

After surviving threats of cancellation and a year long postponement, the 2021 Summer Olympics hosted in Tokyo is merely two weeks away. With the addition of Karate, skateboarding, sport climbing and surfing and the return of baseball and softball, there is much to anticipate this summer.  Big name athletes such as four-time Olympic Gold Medal

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The Loud Majority Rallies Conservatives On Long Island in Growing Numbers
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The Loud Majority Rallies Conservatives On Long Island in Growing Numbers

The radical Right wing of Long Island has been on the move, taking over Board of Education elections and clogging up Jericho turnpike with their rallies since September of 2020. The Loud Majority, founded by Long Island resident Shawn Farash and Kevin Smith is a Conservative organization with over 6,000 committed members, dedicated to giving

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Gen Z Shares their Experiences Growing Up Black and Gay On Long Island
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Gen Z Shares their Experiences Growing Up Black and Gay On Long Island

One notable aspect of Pride Month is its celebration of diversity amongst the diverse. Queer people of all different ethnic backgrounds, abilities and denominations come together during this time of year to empower each other. But once the celebration is over, many LGBTQ individuals find themselves having to hide a piece of their identity due

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2021 Long Island Destinations to Check Out this Summer
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2021 Long Island Destinations to Check Out this Summer

After a year indoors, Long Islanders more than ever are looking for new ways and places to visit this summer. Luckily, Long Island is home to many hidden gems and is packed with events for a fun-filled summer.  Movie Lot Drive-In:  Located in the Westfield South Shore Mall parking lot in Bayshore, Movie Lot Drive-in

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Did You Know About Black Music Appreciation Month?
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Did You Know About Black Music Appreciation Month?

Did you know that it’s Black Music Appreciation Month?  Since its establishment by President Jimmy Carter in 1979, the month of June has been annually dedicated to the celebration of Black music, its origins and its growth in American society throughout the decades. Genres like Jazz, Blues, R&B and Hip Hop all were born through

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