Letters to the Editor

June 16, 2021

Juneteenth – it is a term heard more and more in the last several years, yet many people have no idea what it is. It is viewed by Black Americans as their Freedom or Emancipation Day, their Jubilee Day, their Black Independence Day. So, how did Juneteenth become “. . . the most popular annual ...

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Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, there has been an unprecedented surge in both firearm sales and gun violence.  Recent economic stress combined with social isolation has intensified the crisis and further highlighted weaknesses in our existing gun safety laws.  However, gun violence ...

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Dear Editor: I am pleased to see the steady evolution of “Autism Awareness Month” to “Autism Acceptance Month,” as what really needs to be celebrated are the enormous contributions of people with autism to our society. We proudly operate a “post 21” program known as Adult Community Services, ...

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In response to historic increases in anti-Chinese and anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) incidents and assaults, UCAANJ, a NJ leadership organization of Chinese Americans, issued the following statement: We strongly condemn racism and expressions of hate, bias and discrimination in ...

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