Dorsey quarterback Josh Coleman is showing leadership on and off the field

Josh Coleman is a junior quarterback with 4.0 grade point average who transferred from St. Bernard to Dorsey in February and got to spend a month on campus before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down classes. Now the fall football season could be delayed, and he doesn’t know when he’s going to be able to work […]

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More Than 2,000 Black People Were Killed by White Mobs During Reconstruction, New Study Shows

In the fall of 1870, Guilford Coleman, a black man, was abducted from his home in Alabama, beaten to death and thrown into a well for having voted at a political convention to nominate a Republican governor. The message was received, according to local newspaper accounts: Those in favor of Reconstruction dared “not canvass the […]

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‘It’s a Time Bomb’: 23 Die as Virus Hits Packed Homeless Shelters

Roy Coleman, a 69-year-old living in a homeless shelter on Wards Island, was taken away by ambulance after showing symptoms of Covid-19. The other shelter residents were relieved — until Mr. Coleman was allowed to return last week after testing positive at Harlem Hospital. At another shelter, Alphonso Syville, 45, said that as much as […]

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Zendaya Protects Herself Wearing Latex Gloves While Shopping With Brother Amid Coronavirus Crisis 

Zendaya and her brother Austin Coleman ventured out to a few LA stores on March 17 amid the coronavirus epidemic. The duo stocked up on a number of necessities as celebs continue to document their self-isolation plans. Zendaya and her brother, Austin Coleman were spotted shopping at Smart & Final and Bed Bath & Beyond […]

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