October is Computer Learning Month

Along with cooler weather comes the month of October. October is also designated as Computer Learning month. Basic computer skills are necessary to perform many online tasks like paying bills, shopping, checking the latest news, watching for weather alerts, finding information, ordering prescription refills, online banking transactions, and more.  Employers are requiring basic computer skills…
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Ernie Pyle, Famed Wartime Correspondent of World War II

Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, this blog will focus on a famed wartime correspondent, Ernie Pyle, whose columns appeared, not only in the newspaper in which he was employed, but in several newspapers around the United States. He quickly gained popularity among readers, and became the managing editor of…
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Protecting Your Finances During the Pandemic: Housing Assistance

The current pandemic has caused rising unemployment rates, and a significant loss of income for many people. Some individuals and families are wondering how to protect themselves from losing their assets and how to remain financially afloat  This blog will concentrate on housing assistance and some resources to help individuals remain in their homes. For…
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Protecting Your Finances During the Pandemic: Scams and How to Avoid Them!

Scams are numerous, and, now in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, the number of scams targeting the vulnerable and the unawares are increasing. Many of these scams are aimed at people giving away money. Some may try to divulge personal information out of individuals to gain access to their identity or monetary possessions. People…
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Brief History of African American Literature. Part 4. Current Trends

After the Civil Rights Movement, African American literature evolved to include various topics of interest. In the past, the genre focused on oppression, the promotion of self-identity, and political consciousness. However, in the 1970's, African American authors began to write about various topics, such as urban life, marriage, friendships, family, mysteries, and more.These topics were…
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