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BLACK EXCELLENCE: FIRST BLACK AUTO MAKER


C.R. Patterson & Sons, which started as a carriage building firm, produced luxury roadsters and, later, bodies for service vehicles. C.R. Patterson & Sons, the first African American-owned auto manufacturer, didn't produce many of its hand-built cars—by some estimates, only a few dozen between 1915 and 1918.

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BLACK AUTOMOTIVE EV COMPANY

Derek Bailey Cheif Executive Officer of the first black owned EV company is transforming the Electric Vehicle industry with a self charging regenerating batter that will allow owners of their EV to travel long distances without recharging. This revolutionary technology could challenge Tesla as the new super threat, and ultimate Tesla Killer.



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RACISM IN HEALTH CARE

If outcomes are an indication of earnest attempts for curing diseases, then the American medical system is not reassuring for African American patients. Never mind the normal fear and embarrassment associated with doctor visits, imagine the bewilderment when your doctor simply does not accept your humanity. One pair of outstanding MDs are fighting to make the American medical system less racist to Black people.


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hypocrisy of democracy

Every week we will highlight events of hypocrisy of democracy, with articles memes and cartoons to illustrate the absurdity that goes on in our democracy. Click to visit page.

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HOW DO CHURCHES GET
PAID PARKING LOTS WITH NO PERMITS?

Under the not-so-watchful eyes of the Commerce department, local churches have been operating private parking lots. Since the pandemic, churches have suffered like other businesses. Many of these community sanctuaries have found some relief renting out parking spaces

Down Ballot Appeal Defeated

Finally getting in step with the rest of the nation, NJ's down ballot format will be changed to group candidates according to position sought, not party.

Exciting Momentum for Fulop's Gubernatorial Campaign Grows

In an unusual display of public support, Mayor Fulop's gubernatorial campaign has set new records, raising over $13 million during the second quarter. The overwhelming response from donors and supporters across New Jersey has been well-documented by the state's press corps, and the numbers are truly impressive.

FULOP'S PLAN OF ACTION

The core pieces of Fulop’s plan include creating a dedicated funding source for NJ Transit; removing the PATH train from the Port Authority’s jurisdiction; reassessing the possibility of one-seat rides on the Raritan Valley Line; prioritizing rail over road expansion; modernizing NJ Transit infrastructure....
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