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Illinois law enlists hairstylists to prevent domestic abuse

By CARYN ROUSSEAU An Illinois law that takes effect Sunday aims to take advantage of the trusted relationship between hairstylists and their clients to prevent domestic violence. Stylists, barbers, cosmetologists, estheticians, hair braiders and nail technicians in Illinois will receive an hour of mandated abuse-prevention training as part of the licensing process. The law does …

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Jayla Fennell one of Art that touches your heart Art show winner

Jayla Fennell one of Art that touches your heart Art show winner talked to Sheila Kinnard about encouraging Black students to get involved in this years show February 24 2017 at Wichita state university. As a junior in high school she realized this show is the only art show that includes African America students .Contact …

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Putin says Russia won’t expel US diplomats in hacking flap

By JOSH LEDERMAN and NATALIYA VASILYEVA President Vladimir Putin castigated the United States on Friday for imposing sanctions and expelling Russian diplomats amid allegations of Russian meddling in the American presidential election, but said no U.S. diplomats will be ousted in reprisal for President Barack Obama’s moves in the wake of hacking attacks. In a …

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Allysa Hupko (licensed mastered social worker) Talks about Black Mental Health

Allysa Hupko LMSW (licensed mastered social worker) therapist (clinical supervised) shared her thoughts about children and families development holistically. with Shelia Kinnard on What’s up Wichita located at the Atwater Center. She is an advocate for ending the cycle of mentally and physically poverty. As an licensed and ordained Minister mother and wife for 20 …

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In parting shot, Kerry tears into Israel over settlements

By JOSH LEDERMAN and MATTHEW DALY Secretary of State John Kerry tore into Israel on Wednesday for settlement-building, accusing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of dragging Israel away from democracy and forcefully rejecting the notion that America had abandoned Israel with a controversial U.N. vote. Israel’s government accused Kerry of a skewed attempt to blame Israel …

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Oleatha Foust Goudeau first African American to serve in the Kansas Senate

Senator Olathe Faust Goudeau interview with Sheila kinnard regarding her role in the senate in 2017 .1. Support local projects that will pay a living wage with benefits . 2. Support a bill to up Wichita sen. to eliminate food sales . 3. Support the Historical Dumbar Theater festival June 17, 2017 contact 316- 367-3036 …

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Lavonta Williams first African-American woman to serve as vice mayor of Wichita

Today councilwoman lavonta Williams interviewed by Sheila Kinnard regarding the following summer youth employment in 2017 keeping Urban League open doors, Fairmount Park improvement, MCAdams swiming to closed due to lack of participation, Wichita is safe with help from God Squad , money to help transportation and infrastructure, Dunbar Theater for black youth, Bight home …

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