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In a dramatic performance, the Funny-man and impressionist lays it on the line about the dangers of drugs and his life in prison for drug abuse. The man of many faces and matchless talent performs “King Heroin” as onl...
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Dr. Rudy Crew is the Superintendent of the Miami-Dade County Public School System and author of Only Connect: The Way to Save our Schools. Dr. Crew says if we are to survive, we must place our schools at the center of...
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Washington Post headline: “Miss Evers’ Misses The Mark On Tuskegee Tragedy.” That statement of admonishment for the 2001 HBO film about the story of the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment is an understatement. “The experime...