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Hollywood Writers Are Going on Strike For First Time in 15 Years

Hollywood Writers Go On Strike, Seek Higher Pay in Streaming
Writers for some of the most popular shows on television are walking off the job, striking for higher pay amid rapid changes in the way people watch their programs and films.
Hollywood Writers Go on Strike, Halting Production
The dispute, which pits 11,500 television and screenwriters against the major studios, has shattered 15 years of labor peace in the entertainment business.

Sports Roundup: Playoffs, Philadelphia Eagles x Georgia, Premier League, Serena Williams, NFL Free Agency Moves

Sports Roundup: NBA Playoffs, Philadelphia Eagles x Georgia, Premier League, Serena Williams, NFL Free Agency Moves
Whats trending in sports on May 2nd 2023 Boston Celtics (0) vs. Philadelphia 76ers (1): Harden lights up Celtics for 45 in Game 1 stunner Philadelphia 76ers vs Boston Celtics May 1, 2023 Game SummaryPhiladelphia 76ers vs Boston Celtics May 1, 2023 game result including recap, highlights and…

How New Yorkers Can Claim Over 17 Billion of Their Lost Money

The New York State Comptroller’s Office has been safeguarding billions of dollars in money lost by individuals, nonprofits and business entities — and some of those claims date all the way back to the 1940s.

Your first step is to search the state comptroller’s unclaimed fund database for any money that may belong to you. You need to enter your first and last name or the name of the business or organization.

How New Yorkers Can Claim Over $17 Billion of Their Lost Money
The state comptroller wants to return New Yorkers’ money tied up in old accounts and missed checks. Here’s how you can get your money.

Book Release

The New Brownies' Book: A Love Letter to Black Families by Charly Palmer

Inspired by the groundbreaking work of W. E. B. Du Bois, this beautiful collection brings together an outstanding roster of Black creative voices to honor, celebrate, and foster Black excellence.

The New Brownies’ Book reimagines the very first publication created for African American children in 1920 as a must-have anthology for a new generation. Expanding on the mission of the original periodical to inspire the hearts and minds of Black children across the country, esteemed scholar Karida L. Brown and award-winning artist Charly Palmer have gathered the work of more than fifty contemporary Black artists and writers. The result is a book bursting with essays, poems, photographs, paintings, and short stories reflecting on the joy and depth of the Black experience—an immersive treasure trove that reminds readers of all ages that Black is brilliant, beautiful, and bold.

The New Brownies’ Book
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