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Want to Move Overseas? You Need to Manage the Shipping Cost First

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There are some causes or factors that can make people move overseas and leaving their
current home. People have different destinations in moving overseas shipping containers, but we have to know the regulations in every country or area. For example when you want to do sea freight shipping containers to New Zealand, you need to know that New Zealand is very strict in several terms of shipping from other countries. In case that this is your first time moving overseas to New Zealand, rather than thinking more about the regulations in the country, it is better for you to manage what will you forward through seas regarding with the price and also the regulations.

New Black Heritage Network Being Shopped

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A group of investors including former FCC Commissioner Tyrone Brown, TIAA-CREF CEO Roger Ferguson, syndicated columnist Clarence Page and former GE and NBC exec Paul Besson, are backing the launch of a new nonfiction programming based African American-targeted cable and satellite net, the Black Heritage Network. According to former WUSA-TV GM Richard Reingold, who will be CEO of the new net, BHN is in “serious” talks with the major distributors and expects to have about seven million subs at launch, which is targeted for December of this year.

After Ferguson, Grant Makers Seek Solutions to Racial-Justice Issues

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The shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Mo.—and the police response to the protests that followed—have galvanized philanthropic leaders to explore ways to devote more attention to long-simmering racial-justice issues.

The African American Civil War Museum

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The African American Civil War Museum is reopening in a new location in Washington to give it more space for exhibits and programs. The museum opened on U Street in 1999 near the African American Civil War Memorial to help visitors understand the contributions of black soldiers. On July 18, it celebrates its grand reopening nearby in a former school building on Vermont Avenue near the memorial. The new location provides about 5,000 square feet after a $5 million renovation. The original location only had about 700 square feet. The new museum includes a media center and research area for descendants and scholars.

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