Posts Tagged “tragedy”

Questions in the Kenneka Jenkins death mystery

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Questions in the Kenneka Jenkins death mystery

Questions in the Kenneka Jenkins death mystery Too often in many tragedies, the focus is always on the role of police or government. Not enough attention is placed on the responsibilities of the parents By Ray Hanania Published in the Southwest News Newspaper group — When does an investigation turn to the responsibilities of the…

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“Arabs aboard the Titanic,” Presentation to the Midwest Federation of Syrian and Lebanese Clubs

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“Arabs aboard the Titanic,” Presentation to the Midwest Federation of Syrian and Lebanese Clubs

Arabs of the Titanic Presentation by Ray Hanania and Aaron Hanania SLIDE 1 The Titanic departed Southampton in southern England at noon, April 10, 1912 and was due to arrive in New York City on April 15. Along the way, stops were made in Cherbourg, France to collect continental passengers and Queenstown, (now Cobh) Ireland…

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Baby Boomers: Did we have violence when we were younger?

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Baby Boomer Dreaming/BabyBoomerDreaming.com Did we have violence when we were younger? By Ray Hanania The news is constantly filled with reports about violence. In fact, we measure violence now with words and phrases. Those words are, in the order of magnitude, crime, violence, massacre, serial killing, assassination, and terrorism to name just a few. When…

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