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Wednesdays, 09/06, 10/04, 11/01, 12/06, 01/03, 02/07, 03/07, 04/04, 5-6pm, Computer Lab: Learn the basics on how to use a computer, including the mouse, and how to manage files using Explorer and "My Computer". Return to the Top Wednesdays, 09/13, 10/11, 11/08, 12/13, 01/10, 02/14, 03/14, 04/11, 5-6pm, Computer Lab: This class will provide basic knowledge about the use of the internet, including: browsers, basic functions, searches, basic troubleshooting, good and bad practices, and how to avoid unwanted sites, viruses, and information theft. Return to the Top Wednesdays, 09/20, 10/18, 11/15, 01/17, 02/21, 03/21, 04/18, 5-6pm, Computer Lab: This class will provide knowledge on how to create an email account, use it (send emails, open received emails etc.), and maintain your account. Return to the Top Wednesdays, 09/27, 10/25, 11/29, 01/24, 02/28, 03/28, 04/25, 5-6pm, Computer Lab: This class will provide knowledge on Microsoft Word's basic functions, including the ribbon, templates, and printing. Return to the Top Mondays and Wednesdays, 11am-12pm and 4-5pm: Register for a 15-minute session with a library staff person to help you with a certain computer related question.
It would be much later, in 1976, when the now-renamed Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History would succeed in promoting this week into Black History Month.
The City of Pontiac has a rich legacy of having a strong pioneering African American community. Mc Coy invented an automatic oiling device that allowed machines to be lubricated while they were still in use.
The attackers and the woman then left the room and drove away in a silver, older-model Pontiac Grand Am or Grand Prix with a spare tire on the rear driver’s side.
The victim was taken to a hospital and treated for “serious but non-life-threatening” injuries.
After they had spent some time inside, the woman opened the door and two men walked in.
The men attacked the victim, stabbed him and took his cellphone, police said.
Anyone with information about the attack or the suspects is asked to call Aurora Police Investigations at (630) 256-5500, Crime Stoppers at (630) 892-1000 or submit a tip with the My PD app.
Ann Arbor Police Department's website has the names of much of its personnel publicly available.
That level of transparency will be reviewed, Lige said, to make sure officers' privacy rights are protected."There's an effort here," Lige said.
The people behind what Lige called a "textbook extortion scheme" will claim, using the names of current Ann Arbor police officials, that they've been in contact with the family of the underage girls whose pictures had supposedly been posted. Then they'll quote a price and say that if the money is paid, the victim won't be prosecuted.
Hackers have not yet gone so far as to actually post explicit images on the victims' pages. Several victims have notified Ann Arbor of being harassed in this way. Officers' names have been used, but not yet photos.
Other Black History Facts On January 20, 2009, Barack Obama became the first African American President of the United States of America Marian Anderson was the first African American soloist in 1955 at the Metropolitan Opera in NYC. She added the women's rights movement to her cause in 1859.