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Mississippi’s “Black” State Senate Democrats Stage Walkout During Legislation Targeting CRT

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CRT has been banned from being taught in Mississippi public schools by the state Senate, which now goes to the House of Representatives, which has its own legislation targeted at prohibiting CRT.

When all 14 of Mississippi’s Black Democrats left the Senate chamber to protest the so-called “CRT” bill, journalist Ashton Pittman tweeted: “Senators David Blount and Hob Bryan, the only two white Democrats remaining in the chamber, voted nay.” Pittman went on to say, “It passed 32-2.”

With regard to their first-ever walkout, state senator John Horhn said: “We did it to demonstrate a public protest against these procedures.”

The Democrats say the law is unneeded, but Republicans say their people have contacted them about passing it.

Because of this, we decided not to vote for the measure. So many problems need to be addressed in our state. State Senator Derrick Simmons stated, “We didn’t need to waste time on this.”

In a statement, the measure’s sponsor, state senator Michael McLendon, said, “This law has no goal of modifying history, whatsoever.”

As McLendon pointed out, “what it says is we’re not teaching any youngster they’re inferior or superior to another.”

It has been previously stated by Republican Governor Tate Reeves that he wants CRT outlawed from being taught in public schools in his state.

 

 

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Nomcebo Zikode has huge fan girl moment with footballer Ronaldinho

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South African musician Nomcebo Zikode achieves international success with her and Master KG’s JerusalemIn 2021, when the song was first released, people all over the world went crazy for the song and even started a dance challenge that went viral. Still, Nomcebo—a star herself—seems to be able to have cult moments that surpass those of other celebrities.

She recently had a big fan moment after meeting international football star Ronaldinho.

Nomcebo is living her best life and hasn’t slowed down since she achieved international success with her hits Jerusalem.

The singer has been singing the song all over the world, which has opened up many opportunities for her, including more overseas gigs.

On May 13 this year, the singer met one of her favourite sports stars, Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, better known as Ronaldinho, while performing in Dubai .

On her Instagram page, she shared a photo of the two together with the caption:

“I never thought that one day I would meet my favorite football star @ronaldinho, the stars finally meet. 🙌🏽💚🙏🏽”

Mzansi inspired

This article has inspired many of her supporters to do great things. Many of them flocked to the comments section to marvel at how far she has come as an artist and the amazing things she’s been through so far.

Here are some of their comments:

thenjiwecomedy said:

“Because dreams come true.”

Ambassador_Mongy commented:

“God bless this blessed woman 👏”

While Blakunk said:

“My two favorites! Big sister, I’m so happy for you!”

Also read: ‘Jerusalem’ star Nomcebo Zikode survives the Big Apple [watch]

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L’État de Jigawa cible 1,7 million d’enfants pour la vaccination contre la polio

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L’Agence de développement des soins de santé primaires de l’État de Jigawa (JSPHCDA) a annoncé qu’environ 1,7 million d’enfants seront vaccinés contre le virus de la polio dans le cadre de la campagne en cours dans le nord-ouest du Nigeria.

Le secrétaire exécutif de l’agence, le Dr Kabir Ibrahim, a révélé dimanche à Dutse que l’exercice était mené simultanément dans les 27 zones de gouvernement local de l’État.

“L’exercice de quatre jours, qui a débuté le 14 mai, s’est déroulé sans problème et sans anicroche, car l’agence a reçu suffisamment de vaccins antipoliomyélitiques oraux (VPO) et d’autres moyens logistiques pour l’exercice”, a-t-il déclaré.

Le secrétaire exécutif a sollicité le soutien et la coopération des chefs traditionnels et religieux, ainsi que d’autres parties prenantes pour le bon déroulement de l’exercice.

Il a également exhorté les parents à veiller à ce que leurs enfants soient vaccinés dans l’un des centres désignés dans leurs communautés.

“Toutes les parties prenantes, en particulier les parents, doivent coopérer avec les responsables de la vaccination pour que l’opération se déroule sans problème.

“Nous pensons que cette coopération facilitera une réponse rapide pour combattre la maladie et faire face à d’autres urgences dans l’État”, a ajouté M. Ibrahim.

 

 

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