AARDY Insurance Marketplace Launches Medicare & Employer Coverage Guide

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AARDY Insurance, the nation's fastest Medicare Insurance Marketplace has launched its new guide to help customers navigate Medicare and Employer Coverage.

Customers do have the option to remain on their employer coverage once they turn 65. The size of the company will determine whether Medicare itself should act as the Primary or Secondary policy.”

— Jonathan Breeze

MIAMI, FL, USA, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — AARDY Insurance, the nation's fastest Medicare Insurance Marketplace, has launched its new guide to help customers navigate Medicare and Employer Coverage.

AARDY CEO Jonathan Breeze commented:

‘If Medicare was not complex enough, for those who are still working beyond the age of 65, it can get even more confusing.
Recognizing this, AARDY launched its new comparison system coupled with agent support to assist.

Customers do have the option to remain on their employer coverage once they turn 65. However, the size of the company will determine whether Medicare itself should act as the Primary or Secondary policy.

Adding to the confusion is whether or not Medicare late enrollment penalties are charged for those who still have employer healthcare coverage.

Our AARDY Medicare guides provide clarity. Moreover, our expert team have all the time in the world to discuss options and procedure.”

AARDY Insurance customers can also compare Medicare Supplements and Medicare Advantage plans to find the one that best fits their needs.

Each year, between October 15 and December 7, Medicare provides an opportunity to sign up or change plans during the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP).

AARDY donates 10% of annual profits each and every year to support AARDY Kids of Heroes™ charity partners.
Through 2020, AARDY is supporting Special Operations Warrior Foundation, a truly inspirational charity.

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The Free Press, News Launched During A Pandemic

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Long Time Newspaper Publisher and Entrepreneur Starts Digital News Service

TAMPA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Soft-launched in April 2020, at the COVID-19 growth cycle, The Free Press continues its digital growth with reach in 36 countries
While newspapers from around the country are evolving and changing to meet the needs of the ever-changing audience, The Free Press, headquartered in Tampa Florida, is working for today and building for tomorrow. A completely digital platform that focuses on issues of today, law enforcement, local news, national news, and technology, The Free Press captures a younger audience where that audience is focused.

"We wanted to take a different approach to news and advertising, focusing on the important issues of the day, but including the fun stuff that the younger crowd is engaged in," said Publisher Brian Burns, "We aren't interested in giving social platforms our content, but rather engaging social users and allowing them to be part of our platform, and at the same time working in AR and AI technologies to create digital experiences that excite and engage all ages."

The Free Press is currently building in the Augmented Reality Mobile Space, an application that uses visual targets, social data, static content, GPS, and AI mining, to offer readers and advertisers an immersive experience in news and entertainment.

"We need to reach consumers and readers of all ages, " said Burns, "A platform in mobile that will deliver real-time content based on the user's interests and location is essential."

Burns said, "Content is king, always. Relevancy and deliverability is the hurdle. We want to see local journalism grow and at the same time involve readers, young and old, to play a pivotal role in what is displayed to them. Our website https://www.tampafp.com will be all-encompassing and be the bucket that holds all of the news, entertainment, and op-ed content, but AI and AR will deliver to the user/reader, relevancy in their day to day life. Advertisers will benefit from being on the ground floor of new advances in this space and we look forward to working with then to help their businesses grow."

The Free Press will be sending out updates on their technology and is open to questions regarding that space.

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2nd Annual Black Fine Art Month goes virtual

Black Art tastemakers across the country host Salon Talks saluting Black Women artists

CHICAGO, IL, U.S., September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Pigment International™ has joined with artists, gallery owners, arts educators, and creators across the country for the 2nd annual Black Fine Art Month celebration. The virtual Salon Talks will be held each Thursday during October and feature a virtual art exhibition. The organization has once again partnered with the DuSable Museum of African American History, a Smithsonian affiliate, for the month long celebration. Under the theme “A Woman’s Work” the weekly Salon Talks are produced by New Day Culture. Complimentary registrations are available for all events which will be held beginning October 1 at 5:30. All events can be accessed by registering at BFAMOCT. The celebration was entered into the Congressional Record by Congresswoman Robin Kelly in 2019.

A virtual exhibition of artwork curated by Pigment International artist Paul Branton and filmed at Bourdeau Griffin Gallery in Chicago will be showcased as part of the event. Exhibiting artists are Branton, Gerald Griffin, Dana Todd Pope, Micaeh Johnson, Rhonda Brown and Kyrin Hobson. Works are by Black woman artists, or are homages to the Black woman done by Black male artists. Works are available for purchase.

A planning committee of artists, gallerists and others in the Black fine art ecosystem collaborated to shape the content for Black Fine Art Month 2020. For more information please visit www.blackfineartmonth.com or call 773-547-0777.
Weekly Salon Talks are from 6:00 pm CT – 7:30 pm CT unless noted:
Black Fine Art Month Kick-off
Thursday, October 1, 2020 – Kick-off 5:30 pm CT – Produced by Pigment International

Thursday, October 1 – The Black Woman Artist: Past Present Future – Produced by Janice Bond, Deputy Director Contemporary Art Museum of Houston

Panelist:
Ann “Sole Sister” Johnson
Rabéa Ballin
Delita Martin
Lovie Olivia

Thursday, October 8 – Black Art and the Social Justice Movement – Produced by Artist Ted Ellis, Springwood, TX

Panelists:
Keith A. Golden, JD, CEO Art by Golden/Golden Galleries, LLC, Golden, Colorado
Dr. Addie Dawson-Euba, retired professor, department of Visual and Performing Arts Southern University, Baton Rouge
Barbara Dunn-Harrington, former Executive Director of the Tom Joyner Foundation

Thursday, October 15 – Valuing the Black Owned Art Gallery – Produced by Cynthia Henry, Azyha Gallery Milwaukee, WI.

Panelists:
Richard Beavers, Richard Beavers Gallery, New York
Monique Brinkman Hill, South Side Community Art Center, Chicago
September Gray, September Gray Fine Art Gallery, Atlanta

Thursday, October 22 – Documenting the Black Art Experience – Produced by Kaila Austin, New Day Culture, Indianapolis, IN

Panelists:
Patricia Andrews-Keenan, Founder, Pigment International and Black Fine Art Month
Dr. Kelli Morgan, Curator, Indianapolis

Thursday, October 29 – Examining the Black Art Eco System – Produced By Diane Dinkins-Carr, DDC Consulting Group, Inc. Chicago, IL

Panelists:
Leslie Guy, Principal, Leslie Guy Consultancy, Chicago, Moderator
Garbo Hearne, Hearne Fine Art, Little Rock, Arkansas
Deborah Roberts, Artist, Austin, Texas
Diane Dinkins-Carr, DDC Consulting Group, Inc., Chicago

Friday, October 30, 3:30 pm – “Funding Fridays Series” – Black Fine Art Month Takeover – produced by Paul Branton for the Art & Culture Capital Lab

Artist Panelists:
Gerald Griffin, Artist, Chicago
Dana Todd Pope, Artist, Chicago
Paul Branton, Artist, Chicago

About Black Fine Art Month
Held each October, Black Fine Art Month is a global celebration of the Black Fine Art aesthetic, an annual recognition of artists, innovators, collectors, curators and those vested in the Black Art tradition, and an opportunity to commemorate and elevate these contributions through art programming. Black Fine Art Month is an initiative of Pigment International™. The Salons will be streamed live via YouTube and on social media. The celebration will be documented in Pigment Magazine, an Ozzie Award Finalist for “Best Design for New Magazine.” Visit Pigment International on IG, FB and Twitter

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NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals' Expansion Approach To Treating Comorbid Disorders With Dr. Cameron Gilbert of Indiana

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NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals' Expansion Approach To Treating Comorbid Disorders

BREMEN, IN, UNITED STATES, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals' expansion in Conroe, Texas, is taking a unique approach to treating patients. The hospital welcomes patients with many complex medical comorbid disorders and severe psychiatric disorders. Cameron Gilbert, Ph.D., works with patients to ensure that they get the care that they need while struggling with more than one health issue, mental or otherwise.

Patients with comorbid disorders are too physically or neurologically ill to be treated at a standard psychiatric hospital. Patients who need special care thrive at NeuroPsychiatric Hospital as they are given both the physical and mental care that they need to get well. At the same time, "our patients are too emotionally or behaviorally impaired to go to a regular general acute hospital. These patients fall right between the cracks", stated Gilbert.

NeuroPsychiatric Hospitals' founder, Dr. Cameron Gilbert of Indiana, is excited to expand to be able to serve even more patients. Many patients who receive treatment at NeuroPsychiatric Hospital have found that they have nowhere else to go – many other healthcare organizations have given up hope for these patients.

Dr. Cameron Gilbert of Indiana believes that no patient is without hope, and he works to restore the health of patients who have struggled through their healthcare treatment elsewhere.

NeuroPsychiatric Hospital, led by Dr. Cameron Gilbert, provides a safety net to people in the surrounding community. When a hospital or psychiatric care facility is unable to give a patient the care that they need and deserve, Dr. Cameron Gilbert steps in to take over.

Dr. Cameron Gilbert serves many different populations at NeuroPsychiatric Hospital, from the affluent to people who receive fixed incomes. Dr. Cameron Gilbert of Indiana recognizes that both physical and mental illness does not discriminate, and people from all walks of life should get the best health care possible to help them understand and stay well.

Patients at NeuroPsychiatric Hospital come to Dr. Cameron Gilbert and NPH from many different places in the community, including emergency rooms, nursing homes, group homes, from a referral by law enforcement, and more. Dr. Cameron Gilbert believes in creating strong relationships with community leaders to meet the needs of a community's most vulnerable populations.

Dr. Cameron Gilbert of Indiana thrives on helping patients who have comorbid disorders that need intense treatment, and are not able to be treated at a traditional facility. With the Conroe expansion, Dr. Cameron Gilbert is hopeful that he'll be ready to serve a new community to help their struggling populations get the mental and physical health care that they need to live their best lives.

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Letter written by Albert Einstein in 1943, in English, condemning racism and segregation in the U.S., is for sale

The letter is handsomely matted and framed, with a photo of Einstein. It’s also one of the few letters Einstein hand-wrote in English. German was his preferred tongue.

Writing in a neat cursive hand, Albert Einstein strongly condemns racism and segregation in the United States. The words are still relevant today – nearly 80 years later.

His words are strong and prescient, and resonate just as strongly today as when first written. The letter would be an important addition to anyone’s collection.

Einstein notes that he heard White speak ‘some years ago’. Something clearly deeply impressed him about White’s speech for him to write this thoughtful letter to White over three years after the event”

— Michael DiRuggiero

NEW YORK CITY, NY, UNITED STATES, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A letter handwritten in English in 1943 by Albert Einstein – in which he strongly condemns racism and segregation in the United States – is for sale through The Manhattan Rare Book Company at a fixed price of $85,000. The letter is especially relevant now, in today’s racially and politically charged climate, even though it was written nearly 80 years ago.

Dated September 22nd, 1943 and handwritten on his embossed Mercer Street, Princeton (N.J.) stationery, the letter is addressed to Walter F. White, the influential African American Civil Rights leader who led the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (the NAACP) from 1929-1955. Einstein praises White for his work battling racism and prejudice.

Writing in a neat cursive hand, Einstein begins, “Dear Mr. White, I have been quite impressed by the address you delivered some years ago at a meeting of the Princeton Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. I know how hard it is to awaken the conscience even of good-hearted and well-meaning people when deep rooted prejudices are in the way.”

He concludes: “It is a great work indeed which you are doing relentlessly for the betterment of the living conditions of our Colored fellow-citizens, for justice and for the accomplishment of national unity of the American people.” The letter ends, “With sincere respect and kind wishes, Yours, Albert Einstein.” The letter is handsomely matted and framed, with a photo of Einstein.

“Einstein, writing in 1943, notes that he heard White speak ‘some years ago’. Something clearly must have deeply impressed him about White’s speech for him to write this thoughtful letter to White over three years after the event,” said Michael DiRuggiero of The Manhattan Rare Book Company. “It’s also one of the few letters Einstein hand-wrote in English. German was his preferred tongue.”

According to the Princeton Herald, on April 28, 1940 Walter White was the keynote speaker at “an inter-racial meeting sponsored by the Princeton branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People,” where his topic was “What Happens to Democracy When it Encounters the Color Line”. This is the speech that inspired the letter, albeit three years later.

At the time, Princeton University did not admit African Americans, and the community was debating the question as to whether to end segregation at the school. Princeton finally did admit its first African American student, but not until the fall of 1947 – seven years after White’s speech and four years after Einstein’s letter.

In his book Albert Einstein, author Walter Isaacson observed, “To protect the rights of the individual…was Einstein’s most fundamental political tenet. Individualism and freedom were necessary for creative art and science to flourish. Personally, politically, and professionally, he was repulsed by any restraints. That is why he remained outspoken about racial discrimination in America…. As a Jew who had grown up in Germany, Einstein was acutely sensitive to such discrimination. ‘The more I feel an American, the more this situation pains me,’ he wrote in an essay called The Negro Question for the January 1946 issue of Pageant magazine. ‘I can escape the feeling of complicity in it only by speaking out.’”

Even more directly, in his 1946 commencement speech to Lincoln University, the first degree-granting Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in the United States, Einstein strongly denounced segregation as “an American tradition which is uncritically handed down from one generation to the next,” noting that, “There is separation of colored people from white people in the United States… That separation is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white people. I do not intend to be quiet about it.”

The remarkable letter from 1943, apparently unpublished, is one of the earliest examples of Einstein’s interest in condemning racism in the United States. His words are strong and prescient, and resonate just as strongly today as when they were first written. The letter would make a fine and important addition to anyone’s collection. Or, it could also be proudly displayed in a museum.

The Manhattan Rare Book Company is located at 1050 Second Avenue (Gallery 90) in New York City. The firm is always in the hunt for rare and important books, especially ones having to do with literature, history, science, art and photobooks, and illuminated manuscripts. To inquire about buying or selling a rare book, you may call them at 212-326-8907; or, you can email them at info@manhattanrarebooks.com. To learn more, please visit www.manhattanrarebooks.com.

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Konstantin Lichtenwald Examines Financing Factors to Consider During COVID

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Financing Factors to Consider During COVID and How to Protect Yourself

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Konstantin Lichtenwald has watched the financing world change drastically under the demands of the new Covid-19 world. And these issues can cause your company serious cash flow issues if you don't take steps to manage them ASAP. As a result, you must understand what Konstantin Lichtenwald of Vancouver believes are the most critical necessary steps for your business during this crisis.

How to Protect Yourself, According to Konstantin Lichtenwald

Financing during the Covid-19 pandemic is a problem that Konstantin Lichtenwald takes very seriously. He has seen many social distancing during the epidemic, and Konstantin Lichtenwald believes that this will significantly affect many financing opportunities. The nation already has a significant cash shortage, Konstantin Lichtenwald of Vancouver states, due to these changes.

However, Konstantin Lichtenwald is also confident that there are still more than enough financing options for businesses like you. For example, Konstantin Lichtenwald of Vancouver emphasizes the many relief packages that have been released since the crisis started. Though many of these programs are already out of cash, Konstantin Lichtenwald states that others still exist to help with this demand.

Beyond these programs, Konstantin Lichtenwald of Vancouver emphasizes the importance of understanding your liquidity requirements and how much cash your business needs, as a minimum. Start by examining your cash flow in and out of your business, Konstantin Lichtenwald of Vancouver states, and find where shortages may occur. Konstantin Lichtenwald suggests finding a way of shoring up these shortages for both the short- and long-term.

For example, Konstantin Lichtenwald of Vancouver finds that many businesses suffer from payroll shortages during this crisis. You may need to lay people off, Konstantin Lichtenwald states, during this period. Cut back to the bare minimum and let your unemployment insurance help those you cannot keep on staff. Though Konstantin Lichtenwald of Vancouver understands this is a hard step to take, temporary layoffs may keep you afloat during this time.

If necessary, Konstantin Lichtenwald also suggests finding a new short-term financing option that will last you a year or two. A loan may be a good choice, though some companies may struggle to pay these off, Konstantin Lichtenwald of Vancouver states. There are some grants available for this purpose, Konstantin Lichtenwald states, though you'll need to apply for them ASAP because they are going quite quickly. Proactivity is critical during this time, so don't wait for somebody to do these steps for you.

About Konstantin Lichtenwald

With over 15 years of financing and accounting experience, Konstantin Lichtenwald is an expert who can handle many different situations. Konstantin Lichtenwald of Vancouver has managed public offering and reverse takeover situations, management for many services in Europe, and financial advice throughout North America. With their support, many companies have succeeded and handled the financial demands of a myriad of different corporate needs.

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Tune In: Alecia Nugent Kicks Off Two-Week Guest Host Run On Country Fix

Alecia Nugent Guest Host on Country Fix

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Show broadcasts on Heartland, Circle TV, The Family Channel, Z Living TV, RightNowTV and STRYK TV – reaching over ONE HUNDRED MILLION households each week.

I just hope everyone who sees Country Fix has as much fun watching as I did hosting. It was great.”

— Alecia Nugent

PLEASANT VIEW, TN, UNITED STATES, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Beloved stylist Alecia Nugent is set to guest host two, 30-minute episodes of Country Fix. Episode 321 premieres today and will air throughout the week; episode 322 will begin broadcasting next Monday, October 5 and will run through Sunday, October 11. The entertaining concept show airs on multiple television networks (Circle TV, Heartland, The Family Channel, Z Living TV, RightNowTV and STRYK TV ) and reaches over 100 MILLION HOUSEHOLDS.

Alecia’s life has been a whirlwind since the release of THE OLD SIDE OF TOWN – her first project in 10 years – dropped via Hillbilly Goddess Music on September 18. Physical copies of the Keith Stegall-produced disc are available on Nugent’s website, and digital copies can be purchased via iTunes / Apple Music. The new album has generated a flurry of media interest in the returning star, and recent features include American Songwriter, Country Music People, Country Sway, Everything Nash, The Latest Buzz, Digital Journal, Making A Scene, ParcBench, The Country Note, Music Matters Magazine, Jackalope Magazine, Guitar Girl Magazine, Bluegrass Today, Medium, Las Vegas Tribune, Bluegrass Situation, Take Effect, and more.

Radio, TV and podcast interviews have highlighted Nugent and she has appeared on WSM AM’s “Coffee, Country & Cody,” Mountain Bluegrass with David Pugh, Circle TV, WSMV’s “Today In Nashville,” Fastline Fast Track, The 13th Floor, Devon's Bluegrass & American Roots Show, Las Vegas TV, Hillbilly Highway Radio Show, Zeke Buttons Bluegrass & Country Show, and Flashpoint Arts Bluegrass.

“Things have been kind of crazy,” admits Alecia. “I just hope everyone who sees Country Fix has as much fun watching as I did hosting. It was great.”

Last month Country Fix premiered the companion music video to Nugent’s current single, “They Don’t Make ‘em Like My Daddy Anymore,” and fans can view the clip HERE.

Learn more and stay social with Alecia:

Website: alecianugent.com
Facebook: @Alecia Nugent Music
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ABOUT Alecia Nugent
A native of Hickory Grove, Louisiana, Alecia became the lead singer of her dad’s group, The Southland Bluegrass Band, when she was in her teens. She went on to record three albums for Rounder Records in the early 2000s, toured the U.S. extensively, and performed shows in Switzerland, Italy, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, Austria, The Netherlands, and Canada as well. THE OLD SIDE OF TOWN is her first release in 10 years. Now based in Nashville, Nugent was awarded SPBGMA Female Vocalist of the Year honors in 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, and won the IBMA Album of the Year award for MUSICIANS AGAINST CHILDHOOD CANCER. She has performed 71 times on the Grand Ole Opry. She loves baseball, Peanut Butter Fudge Balls, fishing, and refinishing old furniture.

ABOUT Country Fix
Country Fix is a weekly half-hour program hosted by the artists themselves. The show features music videos from Country’s biggest stars like Thomas Rhett, Tim McGraw, Kacey Musgraves, Carrie Underwood, etc. Additionally, each week Country Fix features a special artist interview or “behind the scene” view of the making of their music video. The show airs on multiple television networks (Heartland, Circle TV, The Family Channel, Z Living TV, RightNowTV and STRYK TV) and stations worldwide – reaching over ONE HUNDRED MILLION households each week.

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Parent's Cancer, A Pandemic and Uncertain Future Pushes Country Artist to Rush Video Release To Be Seen in Wedding Dress

New Country Artist Simone Reyes " What I Left Behind"

New Country Artist Simone Reyes ” What I Left Behind”

Simone Reyes On Location in San Luis Obispo

Simone Reyes On Location in San Luis Obispo

Amid Parent's Cancer Diagnosis/Pandemic/Reflection on Her Own Mortality, Simone Reyes Releases Music Video Ensuring Loved Ones Get To See Her in Wedding Dress

When Governor Cuomo declared New York City the epicenter of thecCoronavirus I feared I may never see my parents again. Doable bucket list Items became my focus- like being seen in a Wedding Dress”

— New Country Artist Simone Reyes

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Similar to many global citizens, country artist Simone Reyes found herself suddenly faced with the concept of mortality and an uncertain future due to a pandemic that is still uncontrolled. Coupled with having aging parents ( both recently diagnosed with different forms of cancer) Reyes has rushed the release of her new music video, "What I Left Behind" to ensure that she, and loved ones, have the opportunity to experience seeing her in a wedding dress " just in case " time runs out.

Like many people around the globe during this pandemic, Reyes has responded to the hard realization that tomorrow is not guaranteed by crossing off bucket list dreams still achievable during these troubled times. " We always think we have time but 2020 has changed all that. Hundreds of thousands of lives have been lost due to the Coronavirus and each of those people probably believed they too had more time. As a native New Yorker, when I heard Governor Andrew Cuomo declare that New York City was the epicenter of the Coronavirus I feared I may never see my parents again. It got me thinking about all the things on my bucket list still un-checked. Having my loved ones be able to see me in a wedding dress happens to be on that list. Thankfully, it was one of my only immediate doable bucket list items that I knew I could cross off that list via my music career so I went for it. While I have every hope we will all get through this, and that my loved ones will get to see me wearing the gown in a real setting, I do feel a sense of relief for having filmed this video for a song that means so much to me, " said Simone Reyes.

Reyes shopped for the wedding dress and veil online from the safety of her home. The music video was directed by Kerry Porter / Frontman Video in San Louis Obispo. The single's video for "What I Left Behind", written by Jon Randall and John Wiggins (Reynsong Publishing Corporation/ BMI ), tells the story of a woman who finds herself having to make the difficult decision to leave her marriage. Hurrying to pack up her belongings ( including her pet rooster, Chuckles ) before her husband comes home she finds herself unable to fit her wedding dress into her luggage. Unwilling to leave that tangible keepsake of their lives together behind, in desperation she puts the dress on as she closes the door on her old life. Portraying her husband is model Casey Cathcart.

The single "What I Left Behind" was produced by Al Bonhomme who also plays guitar and banjo on the single, and showcases popular Nashville and Los Angeles musicians including Gary Morse, Steve Brewster, Chad Watson, Skip Edwards, Melissa Breslow, Vanessa Marsot and Kris Bradley. The song was mastered by Mitch Zelezny. Video locations include Happy Hen Animal Rescue and The Madonna Inn.

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Why are people of color in 2020 still asking the question "Will I Always Be A __ In America?"

This collection of ten essays reflects on the issues faced by people of color and offers recommendations towards solving racial inequality in society.

I felt that death was an equalizer for humanity, but even with death, some people still believe people of color are not worthy of living. To those who think this, I say we want to live!”

— John A. Reaves

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — New Book Release Questions 'Will I Always Be A ____ In America?'

We cannot control who and what we see, but we can control "…how we respond” once we see them.

Charlotte, NC – September 28, 2020 – In response to the racial disparity that is ever-present in America, John Reaves has released a book titled “Will I Always Be A ____ In America? A Black Man's Reflections on Living in America.” This collection of ten essays reflects on the issues faced by people of color and offers recommendations towards solving racial inequality in society.

With the book, John Reaves hopes to elevate the voices of people of color, Black men specifically, in sharing their stories and thoughts on racism in America. Reaves selected the essays in part due to their relevance, as every one of them discusses issues currently experienced by people of color on a daily basis.
These essays confront some of the most pressing racial inequalities in the United States, from police brutality to gentrification. Essay titles include "We Want to Live," "My First Confrontation with a Police Officer: Three Decades Later, I Cannot Forget It," and "The Neighborhoods I Live and Run Through: Are They a Symbol of Optimism or a Death Trap?” Every essay ends with a question to answer, encouraging thought and introspection from readers of all backgrounds.
“Will I Always Be A ____ In America? A Black Man's Reflections on Living in America” seeks to not only address racism in America but to also provide possible solutions. Reaves hopes that these essays will aid in carving a path forward and that people of color won’t be experiencing the same issues for another century.

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Breakthrough Underground Artist K Twist FM3 Releases Demo “D.E.V.I.L.” To Precede His Full length Album Available Oct 14

D.E.V.I.L. Album Cover – K Twist FM3

From The New York Underground Rap Scene, K Twist FM3 Brings New Life to Hip Hop With His Unprecedented Sound!

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, September 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Up and coming artist K Twist FM3 of the New York underground rap scene is breaking his way through the ceiling into mainstream with his new demo D.E.V.I.L. (Darkness Exists Void In Light) as a precursor to his full 12 track album. The 26 year old rapper has brought a new sound that marries traditional New York Style rap with modern-day music to create a whole new sound, bringing a fresh, new take on the hip hop and rap genre. K Twist FM3 has given exclusive Soundcloud access to the 6 tack demo before releasing the full album on Oct. 14th 8 PM EST on all major streaming platforms.

D.E.V.I.L. explores the human psyche of a young artist, taking you through the emotional ups and downs of trying to find one’s way in the world. K Twist dives into the all-too-real issues facing young artists all over the world, while walking the listener through his own personal journey and struggles in one of the most unforgiving industries. Finding himself at his lowest point in life turned out to be his biggest inspiration for D.E.V.I.L., allowing him to see the world from a new perspective and bringing new life to his music and his purpose.

"I was in the dark & the Light was in me" -K Twist FM3

K Twist’s style of rap is truly a new breed that brings new perspective in a saturated market of redundant sounds. The full 12 track album will be available on all major streaming platforms come October 14th at 8PM EST To stream the exclusive demo of D.E.V.I.L. please visit: https://bit.ly/3i5gXoI

About K Twist FM3:

K Twist FM3 (Family. Money. Music. Muscle) was born and raised in snowy upstate New York. Beginning his career in high school, K Twist emerged on the scene participating in various rap battles in clubs, winning multiple titles and gaining local traction for his talents. Once in college, he began recording and truly establishing his own unique sound, which began to make waves in the underground internet scene for his remixes and mixtapes. Marrying traditional New York rap with modern music, K Twist is a true Emcee and his sound brings new life to the hip hop and rap genre. In 2012, he began performing country-wide in various music festivals and showcases. *teaming up with his now engineer of 6 years Ian Dominique of Shane's Place Studios* Now in 2020, at age 26, K Twist is breaking through the underground ceiling and emerging into mainstream with his unique and unprecedented sound.

Soundcloud: KTwistFM3

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For more information, interviews, or press inquiries, please contact Ian Dominique at Iandominiquesps@gmail.com .

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