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Knock, knock; someone’s in trouble
3/3/2021 1:33:53 PM

Dr. James L. Snyder   For some reason, the last several weeks we have been getting many visitors at our door. I’m not sure if this is a general trend or if it is just our door. Some of them have been salesmen, religious people, scam artists, and a host of other people. They only had one goal in mind, and that was to get our money. I guess I have not realized how wealthy I am. Everybody wants my money. If they only knew how little money I had, they would be running away from our house. I can’t even get my money because I’m not sure where it is. This year...

Remembering wonderful Mississippi Governor William Winter
2/24/2021 9:47:41 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   Mississippi’s former Governor William Winter, who died on December 18, 2020, helped transform Mississippi’s rigidly segregated public education system. He ran for office promising to focus on education and kept his promise. His signature accomplishment was a law that improved the futures of Mississippi’s children—especially Black children who had been harmed for decades by a separate and profoundly unequal education system. When he took office in 1980 Mississippi was the only state with no...

Lynwood High scholar eyes Columbia, UCLA; Prepares by serving community
2/24/2021 9:57:31 AM

LYNWOOD—Lynwood High School senior Alexa Escamilla is preparing for higher education by doing what she loves most—helping others. For Alexa, serving the community she loves has given her purpose amid the uncertainty of the world around her over the past year. “In some ways, distance learning has given me more ways to be useful,” Alexa said. “I do miss in-person classes and creating those connections, but there are other ways to connect people.” Alexa, who is among the top of her LHS class with a 4.6 GPA, is targeting Columbia University and UCLA as...

What’s Pete got to do with anything?
2/24/2021 9:28:21 AM

Dr. James L. Snyder   If there's anybody that can be conned, it's Yours Truly. It's not so much that I'm stupid; I'm just naïve. I believe when somebody says something, they mean exactly what they say. So, if you can't swindle me, you might as well hang it up and get a real job. I must confess I often know a certain person is trying to take advantage of me. But, that's another story. One problem I see is that people are always blaming someone else for their problems. I must confess I do that on occasion, probably more so than I will...

Savvy Senior - How to Choose a Quality Nursing Home During a Pandemic
2/24/2021 9:26:16 AM

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you give me some tips on how to pick a good nursing home in the COVID era? My mother had a stroke a while back and can’t use her legs any longer. I’ve been taking care of her at home, but her health has declined to the point that I absolutely can’t do it any longer. Need Help   Dear Need, COVID-19 has hit nursing homes hard over the past year, making it extremely difficult for people attempting to choose a nursing home during this time. While many eldercare experts suggest avoiding nursing homes during the pandemic if at all...

Proud shoutout to my Spelman College sister Rosalind Gates Brewer!
2/18/2021 11:30:23 AM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   On March 15 Rosalind Brewer, often seen on Forbes and Fortune magazines’ lists of the world’s 100 most powerful women, will become CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. making her the only Black woman CEO of a Fortune 500 company. As a proud Spelman College alumna and Chair of Spelman’s Board of Trustees her success is another example of the extraordinary role historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have played in instilling excellence in their graduates and preparing them to lead at the...

If it was up to me
2/18/2021 11:27:36 AM

Dr. James L. Snyder   THE PARSONAGE—Fifty years ago, I was a teenager. Boy, do I miss those Days of Yore. It's not that I would like to relive them, but I was a much different person back then. As a teenager, I knew everything, and all you had to do was ask me. Even if you didn't ask me, I still would tell you what was on my mind. I wished I knew everything today because people are asking me questions I can’t even answer. A teenager is someone between being a baby and being an adult. I sure don't want to be a baby, and I've had misgivings about...

How to choose a hospice care program
2/18/2021 11:16:27 AM

Dear Savvy Senior, Where can I turn to find a good Medicare covered hospice provider? My husband’s mother has a terminal condition and wants to die at home, if possible, so I’m helping out where I can. Sad Sandy   Dear Sandy, Hospice is a wonderful option in the last months of life because it offers a variety of services, not only to those who are dying, but also to those left behind. Here’s what you should know about hospice care, along with some tips to help you choose one.   Understanding Hospice Hospice care is a unique service that...

A divided house makes a happy home
2/10/2021 2:41:32 PM

Dr. James L. Snyder   Never has our world been more divided than today. Politics, religion, sports and on and on I could go. For the most part, so many people think being divided is a negative thing. And for many people it is. However, after being married to the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage for almost 50 years, I have discovered that a divided house can be a very happy house. It just depends on how you are divided and what divides you. That makes all the difference in the house. Being married as long as I have been does not make me an expert in this area. I am only an...

Thank You Stacey Abrams!
2/10/2021 2:39:35 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   “When I was 17, I set up my first voter registration table helping to sign up people to vote long before I was old enough to do so. By December, I’d made it, and when I turned 18, I registered to vote. In 1992, I helped set the course of America—I was one small voice, but I was part of a mighty wave of young people from around the country who were tired of war, tired of poverty, tired of being left behind. Not everything changed that election, and we’re still fighting some of the same battles, but...