Another Area Teacher Charged With Sexually Abusing A Student, Georgia’s A Step Closer To Naming The First Black Female Governor

Another area teacher charged with sexually abusing a student…

Another Prince George’s County teacher is behind bars for allegedly sexually abusing a student. 31 year-old Simeon Smith has been charged. The victim claims it happened at Imagine Foundations at Morningside Public Charter School in Suitland this year.

Anne Arundel County Volleyball coach charged with sexually abusing a girl…

Police in Anne Arundel County have charged 46 year old Marc Moore with abusing a 16 year old girl. It allegedly happened with a female student at the Maryland Jr Sports Center in Jessup.

The state of Georgia could elect the country’s first black female Governor…

Voters in Georgia have made history, they approved Stacey Abrams as the Democratic nominee for Governor yesterday. Stacey Abrams defeated State Representative Stacey Evans. Abrams who’s expected to win in the heavily Democratic state would become the first black female Governor in the U.S..

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