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Attended Fayetteville State University
Lives in Greensboro, NC
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Black Lives Matter / 1/28/2015
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Great performance by DC Carter for my wife's birthday
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Like Vine for SMS. Will try it out.
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My pieces in the Black and White Exhibit. On display from the 11th through the 17th.
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Do you know what the Brooklyn Bridge, the White House, and the transcontinental railroad have in common? 
Melissa Harris-Perry details how immigrants built some of America’s most famous structures. Dorian Warren, Carmen Rita Wong and Raul Reyes join to discuss why some see immigrants as an economic threat in America.
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How the city’s new, young leaders are using traditions of the past with hashtag activism in the #BlackLivesMatter Greensboro movement.

The four walk through the gift shop at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, past souvenirs, ballcaps, 1960s Sit-In Movement T-shirts, and through a door marked “Employees Only.” It leads to a large exhibit room and the original Woolworth’s lunch counter where, 55 years ago this month, four students sat down and asked to be served.

Had it happened in 2015 the A&T Four would likely have tweeted that first meeting: #SeparateIsNotEqual.

Today, four new leaders line up in the front of the lunch counter: Alexis Anderson, April Parker, Irving Allen, and Kristen Jeffers. Local photographer Stephen Charles  snaps a few pictures. Then Charles says, “Okay, hands up.”

It’s “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot,” a gesture that’s brought a mix of respect and revolt since it first appeared at protests in the wake of the August 2014 shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. And it’s just as clear a sign about where you stand on the issues facing black America today as it was for a black man or woman to sit at a lunch counter in 1960s. Only today there’s a museum rope around the lunch counter.

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How the city’s new, young leaders are using traditions of the past with hashtag activism in the #BlackLivesMatter Greensboro movement.
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Thanks for this review. Got 'em. Love 'em. Even pauses/restarts on apps like Hulu when i take them off/on
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The Michael Brown #BlackLivesMatter Protest 11/25/14
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Samsung’s 60GHz WiFi tech to bring crazy fast speeds starting next year

http://www.androidauthority.com/samsung-60ghz-wifi-802-11ad-technology-536878/
Samsung is ready to commercialize wireless technology that can handle transfer speeds of up to 575MB per second. A 1GB movie could be streamed in less than three seconds at this speed.
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"The moon, thought to be cold and dead, is still alive and kicking—barely. Scientists have found evidence for dozens of burps of volcanic activity, all within the past 100 million years—a mere blip on the geologic timescale. And they think that future eruptions are likely—although probably not within a human lifetime.
For a world thought to have gone cold long ago, the discovery points to a place that still releases internal heat in fits and starts, says Mark Robinson, a planetary scientist at Arizona State University, Tempe, and a co-author on the new study. “The big story is that the moon is warmer than we thought,” he says.
Much of the moon’s near side is paved over in dark plains of basalt called maria. The activity that created these ancient lava fields peaked about 3 billion years ago and petered out 1 billion years ago. But a strange geologic structure called Ina has intrigued scientists for decades, and in 2006 they found evidence that it was indeed a volcanic vent that was active as recently as 10 million years ago. But Ina remained the anomaly.
Scientists working with NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), which has been orbiting the moon since 2009, decided to look more closely for possible volcanic structures. The orbiter’s camera can capture images with resolutions of between 50 and 200 centimeters per pixel—the sharpest pictures of the lunar surface ever taken".
Scientists find 70 lava flows thought to have occurred within the past 100 million years
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Left handed Libra. Life Observer. Quiet Thinker

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First Published Photo, Vibe Magazine, 1995
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Excellent service. Knowledgeable bar staff
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great southern food. Ate here for Sunday Brunch on a visit to Atlanta. Smaller parties get seated quicker of course. The Mac & Cheese was better at Gladys Knight's but I enjoyed the experience.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Good food, long wait out in the street. Free parking in the back.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great Sunday Brunch!
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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The Customer Service at this hotel was excellent. On Check In I mentioned to the Front Desk Attendant Akbar that we were in Atlanta for my wife's Birthday. When we got to the room the TV was in stuck in a horizontal jump and Charlie came and fixed it and offered us a free movie or breakfast. When we headed back out, Akbar presented my wife with a birthday card. The meal we ate there was flawless. The workout facility was impressive. And for the AAA rate we booked it at, it exceeded our expectations. Every employee operated above and beyond. Highly Recommended.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Fresh ingredients and a nice selection of beer on tap
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
This is a perfect place for Anniversaries, Valentine's Day, and other special occasions. Very intimate and hands on dining experience.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago