virtual

by Judy Miller, Esq. What a whirlwind we swirl in as 2020 twists and turns with every sweep of an illusive virus. Companies, governments, organizations, schools and individuals have all had to pivot and adapt to new challenges, new patterns, and new barriers. But as it goes with change, new opportunities await. New virtual opportunities!…

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American

By Rev. Alvin C. Bibbs, Sr. Recently I have been stunned by the mixed reactions of people from different economic, racial and social backgrounds across this nation linked to the tragic murder of Ahmaud Arbery. A young 25-year-old, African American male was simply out jogging and getting in his exercise before continuing his day, as…

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something new

Are you considering starting something new? Whether a relationship, business, volunteer opportunity or anything else, here are three helpful fundamentals to consider. 1. Begin with Prayer. Maybe you aren’t a praying person. This is a good time to start. For Administer Justice, it started with the prayers of my wife, Helen. You want a prayer…

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daring resilience

This week marked the end of Hispanic Heritage Month.  What a month!  We celebrated the amazing accomplishments and diverse cultures of Hispanics amidst a national landscape of increasing polarization over their presence.  Through it all we continue to witness the daring resilience of our Hispanic friends and neighbors. Celebrating the daring resilience of Hispanics While…

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Do you honestly believe Americans are genetically flawed such that we create seven times as many prisoners as the rest of the world?  There are 10.2 million people incarcerated world-wide with 2.24 million in the United States.  That is seven times higher per capita than anywhere else in the world.  Almost one-third of our citizens…

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