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Two new local food shows will take viewers on a tasteful adventure

Independent online (SA) 05 Mar 2021
In April of 2019, Mlambo had the honour of cooking for former US President Barack Obama at the National Museum of African American History in Washington DC ... Her personal brand is rooted in her heritage, but global in its approach – is inspired by the authentic South African cooking she grew up with.
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Black women persevere to lead in Vermont despite harassment

Kearney Hub 04 Mar 2021
Cook came up short in the March 2 election in her effort to become the first African American elected to the board ... Cook came up short in the March 2 election in her effort to become the first African American elected to the board ... Cook came up short in the March 2 election in her effort to become the first African American elected to the board.
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New NAACP head: Black Vermonters deserve to enjoy state, too

Kearney Hub 04 Mar 2021
Cook came up short in the March 2 election in her effort to become the first African American elected to the board ... Cook came up short in the March 2 election in her effort to become the first African American elected to the board ... Cook came up short in the March 2 election in her effort to become the first African American elected to the board.
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Taller than Joel Embiid? What is okok? Quick questions with Bradley's Ari Boya

Journal Star 04 Mar 2021
PEORIA — Bradley center Ari Boya can only watch as his teammates head off to the Missouri Valley Conference Men's Basketball Tournament this week as the No. 8 seed ... Boya never played an MVC game for the Braves this season ... He is expected to be recovered and ready to play this summer ... HORSE vs ... Mom's cooking ... Natural stuff from the African farm." ... .
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Helen L. Pepe

Herald-Standard 04 Mar 2021
formerly of Alverton. Helen L. Pepe, 98, formerly of Alverton, died Sunday, February 28, 2021, in Westmoreland Manor in Greensburg ... Her hobbies included raising roses and African violets, crocheting, cooking and baking. She was a very generous, caring and religious person and a longtime member St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church in Scottdale ... ....
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How the cookbooks of 2020 tell the stories of our pandemic kitchensPlenty of people simply ...

Deccan Herald 03 Mar 2021
The books that America cooked from during 2020 will stand as cultural artifacts of the year when a virus forced an entire nation into the kitchen ... But the stir-crazy year upended the way that people cook and think about food in fundamental ways ... Recipes From Two Centuries of African-American Cooking.” ... cooking.
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Half a billion Africans falling below extreme poverty line in 2021

New Business Ethiopia 03 Mar 2021
African growth trajectories and the impact of COVID19 are currently shedding doubts on countries’ ability to reach this objective, unless the region achieves faster growth than before the pandemic in the upcoming years ... Can African countries still achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030?.
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Number of Africans in extreme poverty could rise to 514 mln in 2021: UNECA

China.dot.org 03 Mar 2021
ADDIS ABABA, March 3 (Xinhua) -- The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) has warned the COVID-19 pandemic could further exacerbate Africa's extreme poverty as a total of 514 million Africans are projected to fall below the extreme poverty line in 2021, unless the impact of pandemic is contained.
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Covid-19: 59m people risk extreme poverty in Africa

Business Day Online 03 Mar 2021
Covid-19 pandemic could push 59 million people to extreme poverty, which would bring the total number of extremely poor Africans to 514 million, according to Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Wednesday ... Africa continues to experience disparities in universal access to energy, electricity and even clean fuels and technologies for cooking.
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COVID-19 pushes more than 500 million Africans below poverty line

Ghana Business News 03 Mar 2021
The full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is yet to be realized, but some 514 million Africans are already falling below the poverty line ... An additional 59 million people could suffer the same fate, which would bring the total number of extremely poor Africans to 514 million people, it added.
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World War II vet, educator, activist Lemuel Geathers of Winter Haven dies at 95

News Chief 03 Mar 2021
Born in Pughsville, a predominantly Black section of Winter Haven, Geathers overcame youthful poverty to become a teacher, businessman and civic leader ... More. Tom Oldt ... “I was in that first group of African-Americans to come into the Navy as other than cooks and bakers and ordnance men,” Geathers told Ledger columnist Thomas Oldt in 2017 ... .
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If COVID19 impact is not contained in 2021, 514 million Africans may fall below extreme poverty line

Reliefweb 03 Mar 2021
Brazzaville, Congo, 02 March 2020 (ECA) - Can African countries still achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030? African growth trajectories and the impact of COVID19 are currently shedding doubts on countries’ ability to reach this objective, unless the region achieves faster growth than before the pandemic in the upcoming years.
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Three Forks History: Cook defined gracious dining

Muskogee Phoenix 02 Mar 2021
Quickly, Joseph and Martha both took work as cooks in Muskogee among the many professionals found in the thriving Black business district. The family often entertained African American musicians who were passing through from Dallas or Kansas City. Cleora would learn important cooking lessons from both her parents ... The Memoir of a Cook.".

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