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Marlena Pavlos-Hackney, the First Political Prisoner of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Many readers may not know the story of Marlena Pavlos-Hackney but, in Michigan, she is a model of bravery and freedom. The Polish immigrate has become the face of a movement that says people and their property must be respected. She is an inspiration to us all.
To bring people up to date on her battle for freedom against the state of Michigan, I am going to present this lengthy article to illustrate for them the miscarriage of justice that occurred to this American citizen. Read more: https://twoaveragejoes.com/uncategorized/marlena-pavlos-hackney-the-first-political-prisoner-of-the-covid-19-pandemic/
The Story of Two Average Joes
Robert Baker and Joseph St. John were raised in Newport News, VA during the 1970s. Living less than a mile apart and attending the same school, Willis A. Jenkins Elementary, Robert and Joe met in 3rd grade when Robert, who was known as Joey back then, moved to the neighborhood. As a matter of fact, they met the first day that Robert went to his new school, and they started a friendship that continues to this day. Read more: https://twoaveragejoes.com/uncategorized/the-story-of-two-average-joes/
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Joseph St. John