John Henry "Jack" Yates (July 11, 1828 – December 22, 1897) was an African-American slave and later minister who became influential in the African-American community in Houston, Texas. Yates was born in Gloucester County, Virginia on July 11, 1828.Yates and his family moved to Houston in 1865. He later purchased an area in the Freedmen's Town area of the Fourth Ward. Yates became the pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, in 1868.The church was Houston's first African American…
Rochdale women clubbing dressed in police tape -- Fashionable Rochdale women have found a rather special use for police tape – as clothing to hit the town in. Local artist and bin man, Trevor Pirvert, apparently had the idea whilst on a night out in Yates’s. “I was off me tits on a potent mixture of sniff and spice. All the... -- #Fashion -- http://rochdaleherald.co.uk/2017/07/08/rochdale-women-clubbing-dressed-police-tape/
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Hi! I'm your Muggle Studies teacher. I was a Ravenclaw, so I look forward to interacting with my former house's new residents. It's my first year, and I've been living in Muggle Canada since graduating from Hogwarts. My name is Aleksandr Whitman. You can all call me Alek. See you on Wednesday for class!
Standing Rock Sioux Monument In the town of Fort Yates overlooking the Missouri is the Standing Rock Monument from which Standing Rock gets its name. According to the legend inscribed on the monument, the stone is the petrified form of a woman and her child.