Muskegon Heights shooting victim taken off life support

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Muskegon will receive a $250,000 grant towards the blight fight in the Nelson, Jackson Hill, and Nims neighborhoods

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Fireworks are Exciting but Injure more than 3,700 Children Each Summer

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Kiesha Guy hired as New Executive Director of MOCAP

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Nims’ Neighborhood comes together

On June 6th the neighborhood around Nims’ school, which was closed three years ago due to budget difficulties, in order to build a new playground for the children in the community. Many More »

Nominations Being Accepted forResidential & Business Beautification Awards

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Pastor Charles Poole speaks on the legacy of his late uncle The Honorable Elijah Muhammad


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Rev. Charles Poole is the Pastor of Bethesda Baptist Church and the nephew of the Late Elijah Muhammad of the Nation of Islam. On radio he spoke about the legacy of his uncle. When we asked Pastor Poole what would his uncle say about Black America, he responded with the statement “He will say that we have lost our direction”. Pastor Poole also shares his memories of meeting Malcolm X and marching with his good friend Dr. Martin Luther King.

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Following the interview with Pastor Poole, Michael Muhammad the founder of Waterloo, Iowa Urban FM radio statio KBOL 100.1 spoke on the impact Elijah Muhammad had on his life.

Radio Interview with Pastor Poole 100712 (Nephew of Elijah Muhammad)


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