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The Life we Lead and the Legacy We Leave Behind

Many times, we like to feel angry at the missed opportunities and become envious of those who succeed in the wake of our downfall; however, there is more to be said for the person who rises above the losses. The person who remembers to find love and compassion and sees the bright side in every situation is the person to admire. Author, producer, inspirational speaker, and New York Yankees Executive, Ray Negron is someone who chooses to see only the positive side of situations.

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Feature: Rhina Valentin

Rhina Valentin, also known as “La Reina del Barrio,” is a television host who’s focus lies in building bridges between communities and fostering empathy by sharing human-centered stories of these themes. She has been recognized for her unique and creative approach to celebrating and advocating for diversity, allowing her to become a beloved spokesperson for her own community.

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John Tateishi and the Fight for a Better Tomorrow

Our country is guilty of a multitude of injustices and wrongdoings. One of the greatest social injustices in American history …

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Leon & Me

Throughout his life, Leon Spinks lived through the highs and the lows. A gold medal in the 1976 Olympics, later becoming the undisputed heavyweight champ after upsetting the legendary Muhammad Ali in 1978. After losing a rematch with Ali, there were 16 more losses, the murder of his son, Leon Calvin in 1990, and numerous health issues.

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Diana Munson Is So Proud of Gio

The Thurman Munson AHRC New York charity conducted its annual event last night. This event is done in honor of the great Yankee, Thurman Munson, who was lost in a tragic airplane accident in 1979. Donations from this event helps children and families that are dealing with difficult health issues, including autism, etc.

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Al Downing and his showdown with Hank Aaron

Al Downing played with and against some of the greatest baseball players of all time.
While with the Yankees in the 60s he played with Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra and the 1964 most valuable player Elston Howard. In 1969 he played with a chubby catcher who would go on to have a hall of fame type career.

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