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Black sailor killed at Pearl Harbor FINALLY identified more than eight decades after 19-year-old was...

The Daily Mail 13 Apr 2024
Walker was one of 103 casualties who died on the USS California that day - more than 50 of which were African American mess attendants, cooks, and stewards ... As an African American, Walker was only permitted to work as a mess attendant.
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GTCO Food and Drink Festival Set for 7th Edition

This Day 12 Apr 2024
Over three days, attendees can enjoy a variety of culinary delights, from traditional African dishes to innovative fusion cuisines from around the world. The festival will also feature live cooking ...
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How to make Michael Twitty’s matzoh ball gumbo, a soup of Black and Jewish cuisines

The Los Angeles Times 11 Apr 2024
The first service will lean into Twitty’s Jewish background with West African brisket and peach rice kugel, as well as matzoh ball gumbo ... 'Koshersoul,' the follow up to his James Beard Award-winning “The Cooking Gene.
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Very Little Theatre Offers an Unusual View of Segregation

Eugine Weekly 11 Apr 2024
During his long career as an illustrator of children’s books, Garth Williams illustrated nearly 100 renowned tomes loved by countless children and adults ... Email. HP ... Joshua is African American, the son of the cook at the mansion ... Related ....
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British runner crosses Africa in 352 days on charity run

Beijing News 10 Apr 2024
On April 7, British runner Russ Cook reached a rocky outcrop beside the Mediterranean in northern Tunisia almost a year after he set off from the southern tip of Africa, completing his quest to run the length of the continent.
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If you love cookbooks, come see us at the L.A. Times Festival of Books

The Los Angeles Times 10 Apr 2024
Food lovers and cooks will have plenty to explore at this year's Los Angeles Times Festival of Books April 20 and 21 on the USC campus. Here's what we have cooking ... Cooks with Books ... The Faith and Food Journey of an African American Jew.' 3 to 4 p.m..
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The Daily Mail 08 Apr 2024
But now the self-declared 'Hardest Geezer' Russ Cook has finally completed his mammoth challenge of running more than 10,000 miles across the length of the African continent ... Russ Cook crossed 16 ...
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But was he really the first? Doubts over

The Daily Mail 08 Apr 2024
Moment 'Hardest Geezer' Russ Cook crosses finish line and weeps after completing 10,000 miles plus African Odyssey that saw him run from South Africa to Tunisia ... One man joked 'let's get you a strawberry daiquiri, Cook replied.
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“Hardest Geezer” completes epic 10,000-mile run across Africa

Sandhills Express 08 Apr 2024
But while Cook claims to be the first person to ever run the entire length of the African continent, the World Runners Association insists that one of its founders did it first in 2010.
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10,000 miles and 352 days later, endurance athlete reaches his goal of running the length ...

New York Post 08 Apr 2024
“I’m a little bit tired,” Cook said — likely an understatement ... British runner Russ Cook celebrates with supporters after arriving to the finish line in Ras Angela, the most northern point of the African continent, in Tunis, Tunisia, on April 7, 2024.
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The Daily Mail 08 Apr 2024
In an interview with The Times - just 11 days after he had set off from the coastal South African village of L'Agulhas - Cook revealed ... Cook celebrates his mammoth African run by drinking a strawberry daiquiri with his girlfriend.
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What a difference 352 days can make! How

The Daily Mail 08 Apr 2024
Russ took this photo on day 18, having just survived a 'solo all nighter' in the African desert ... And with the help of a mate 'twisting his arm' to run a half marathon when he was 21, the foundations for Cook's African odyssey dream were built.
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British endurance athlete runs length of Africa

Russia Today 08 Apr 2024
Russ Cook has completed his 352-day journey along the western coast of the continent. British marathon runner Russ Cook has completed his 16,000 km journey along the western coast of Africa, having traversed 16 countries in 352 days.
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Briton becomes first person to run length of Africa

GDN Online 08 Apr 2024
Cook started his adventure last April at Africa's most southerly point, the South African village of L'Agulhas, and proceeded up the continent's west coast, running a total of over 16,000 kilometres.
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Cook County Clerk Karen Yarbrough dies at 73

Chicago Sun-Times 08 Apr 2024
<img class="Image" alt="Cook County Clerk Karen Yarbrough." ... "Clerk Yarbrough was a trailblazer who broke barriers, including serving as the first female and the first African American Cook County clerk," Frerichs said in a statement on X.
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