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The Importance of Community Involvement

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HD113 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update | Recovery Plans |...

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HD113 (COVID-19) Update | The Fight for Testing...

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HD113 (COVID-19) Update | VA Hospital Opens in...

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HD113 (COVID-19) Update |Additional Help for Small Businesses...

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HD113 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update | Resources for Small...

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HD113 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update | Lessons We Are...

  Lessons We Are Learning During This Pandemic   As we all navigate through these uncertain days, I've made note of a few observations to share with you. First and foremost, the value of good leadership is immeasurable in the midst of crisis. We have witnessed contrasting and sometimes conflicting leadership styles since the coronavirus was first detected in the U.S. We can debate who has done a better job, but...

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Rhetta Bowers on FOX 4 News on the...

Hair anti-discrimination bill highlighted on Oscars stage By Steven Dial Published 1 hour ago Texas Legislature FOX 4 GARLAND, Texas - A Texas teen who made headlines for refusing to cut his dreadlocks had a moment in the spotlight at the Oscars. The producers of the animated short Hair Love invited De'Andre Arnold and when it won the Oscar, there was a moment to raise awareness about legislation some Texas...

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DMN Coverage of 4th Annual Dallas Women’s March

Dallas Women’s March focuses on power to bring political, social change This year’s event honored the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, speakers said. Dallas News By LaVendrick Smith 8:22 PM on Jan 19, 2020 Thousands of people marched Sunday through downtown Dallas, celebrating a century of women’s political power to bring change and calling for more — more political power and more change. The city’s Women’s March, one of...

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