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Widowed NFL Star Working To Build School In Sudan

Ashley Harris with child on Africa trip.Three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Tommie Harris lost his wife suddenly in February to a brain aneurysm. But even in his grief, Harris knew Ashley Harris would want him to continue their passion.And so, the San Diego Charger is honoring her memory by creating schools in African countries. The facilities — starting in Sudan — will serve girls who have been abused or enslaved by Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army. He will name it the Ashley Harris Sunshine School, and he hopes to build many more across the continent.Harris and Ashley, who was just 29, took two trips to Africa through Pros for Africa, a non-profit organization that describes its mission, “connecting professionals of all fields with the children of Africa.” Ashley Harris was moved by the people she met in Tanzania and Uganda. The organization appreciated her commitment so much that it dedicated to her this year’s medical expedition through northern Uganda and South Sudan.Tommie Harris has called on his NFL comrades to support his ambition. Matt Forte, who played with Harris with the Chicago Bears, already has signed on as a donor. Considering the large NFL contingent that reached out to Harris after his wife’s death, and his many fans in Chicago and San Diego, Harris has a strong base to achieve his mission — and honor his wife. read more


US political strategist fires back at Fred Mitchell says his comments were

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, May 15, 2017 – Nassau – The man offering commentary on US investment and business interests, where The Bahamas was used an example of where the United States may have gone wrong in decisions to pull back after the recent recession; is firing back at Fred Mitchell, former Foreign Affairs Minister.Evan Siegfried is not a Fox News paid consultant, but is a Republican Party political strategist, commentator and columnist and he defended his statements made a day before the May 10th elections as factual and one voice in a choir of major organizations which have sounded the alarm about The Bahamas and the Chinese.Seigfried at this website and twitter and on Facebook issued the comments that the New York Times, Bloomberg, Forbes and others have raised alarms about Bahamas-China relations and expressed his shock that Mitchell would hold a press conference to aim to discredit his comments on a Fox News interview.    He cited newspaper articles from the Nassau Guardian which put unemployment at 16.2% and unemployment in Grand Bahama at 19.5%.   Seigfried said,  “Yet, Fred Mitchell and Prime Minister Christie are not focused on solving that.    Instead they have made me and my factual comments the most important thing for them…”The commentator pointed to the ‘in writing’ evidence of Jerome Fitzgerald soliciting bribes from a foreign investor and faulted former AG Allyson Maynard-Gibson for looking the other way.    He said the PLP was guilty of failure in leadership.    It seems voters agreed, as hours later, the PLP would suffer a dismal loss at the polls, securing four seats of 39 with Mitchell losing his constituency in Fox Hill and Mr. Christie losing his in Centerville.#MagneticMediaNews#EvanSiegfried#SiegfriedfiresbackatFredMitchell Related Items:#EvanSiegfried, #magneticmedianews, #SiegfriedfiresbackatFredMitchell Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more