US Treasury confirms Harriet Tubman $20 bill is coming — but here’s why you’ll have to wait
Contrary to the many speculations online, the Harriet Tubman $20 bill is on track to debut to the public in […] The post US Treasury confirms Harriet Tubman $20 bill is coming — but here’s why you’ll have to wait appeared first on TheGrio.news.yahoo.com
Documentary on Black male experiences in Washtenaw County premieres virtually on Sunday
ANN ARBOR – A new documentary by Washtenaw My Brother’s Keeper will premiere virtually on Sunday through a screening hosted by the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation at 4 p.m. Directed by Fred Culpepper, the film documents the experience of Black men in Washtenaw County, from hopes to conflicts to thoughts and worries. Viewers will get a rare glimpse of openness and vulnerability -- and an open space where young Black men speak freely about their views and experiences, and share with mentors and peers in the community. Reminder that Washtenaw My Brother's Keeper (WMBK) documentary premieres this Sunday virtually at AAACF! AdThe partnership with WMBK has helped to guide AAACF’s EmpowerMENt Fund, which focuses on educational success and the uplifting of young Black men in Washtenaw County.
Democrats investigating Trump firing of State Dept. watchdog
They promised to look deeply into this matter" and said they would seek to interview White House officials. They said they trust that the White House will cooperate fully with our investigation." A senior department official said Trump removed Linick from his job on Friday but gave no reason for the action. The lawmakers' request for information from the White House includes any evaluations of Linick's job performance and any assessment of Akard's job qualifications. In April, he fired Michael Atkinson, the inspector general for the intelligence community, for his role in the whistleblower complaint that led to Trumps impeachment.
Pressure on Obama Administration to release 9/11 information
Pressure is building on the Obama administration to release information about the 9/11 attacks that has been kept from the public for well over a decade. Steve Kroft broke the story on Sunday's "60 Minutes," and the response has been swift. Nancy Cordes reports.cbsnews.com