James Jennings

Footballer James Jennings

James Ryan Jennings is an English footballer who plays for Cambridge United as a defender.
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Theology in the Hands of Racist Colonialists
Huffington Post - almost 3 years
"The central effect of the loss of the earth as an identity signifier was that native identities, tribal, communal, familial, and spatial, were constricted to simply their bodies, leaving behind the very ground that enables and facilitates the articulation of identity. The profound commodification of bodies that was New World slavery signifies an effect humankind has yet to reckon with fully - a distorted vision of creation. . . . Before this agency would yield 'the idea of race,' 'the scientific concept of race,' the 'social principle of race,' or even a fully formed 'racial optic' on the world, it was a theological form - an inverted, distorted vision of creation that reduced theological anthropology to commodified bodies. In this inversion, whiteness replaced the earth as the signifier of identities." - Willie James Jennings What, exactly, went wrong with the colonialists? What was beneath the racism, arrogance, and ignorance? How could even the most well-educated classes be en...
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Pompey 1 Mansfield 1
Bognor Regis Observer - over 4 years
The Fratton faithful and two managers had been pacing the room awaiting for Jake Jervis’ first-team arrival. Yet it was the re-birth of another striker who would overshadow the landmark occasion. To think some had written off David Connolly – this aging striker with the sharp tongue, and these days unable to participate in every training session. Fleeting starts and ever-increasing stints on the bench has seen League Two’s early frontrunner in the goalscoring stakes suddenly become a bit-part presence. Ryan Bird has passed him for selection over the past few months, while Richie Barker’s addition of both Jervis and Ryan Taylor in recent weeks have nudged the ex-Republic of Ireland international further down the pecking order. How quickly we forget, not that too many of his turns since that Chesterfield red card have been particularly sparkling nor effective. Connolly, though, remains a class act. At Fratton Park on Saturday he chose 22 minutes to deliver a remarkable reminder o...
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Willie James Jennings: A Christian Who Loves A Muslim
Huffington Post Sports - about 6 years
Last Thursday, Muhammad Ali received the Liberty Medal in Philadelphia. He was flanked by his wife and daughter. At 70 and showing the signs of his struggle against Parkinson's disease, Ali needed help to stand and receive his medal. I think there are millions of people, especially black men who would have carried him on their shoulders, gently placed that medal on his neck, and carried him back to his seat. I would have been one of them. I love Muhammad Ali as much as I love my own parents because for me like so many others growing up in America, he embodied something that others talked about, claimed to have but rarely could make as concrete: faith. Muhammad Ali was and is a man of tremendous faith. When he stood in the ring as a young man, an underdog against a proud champion, when he changed his name, entering a life of submission to God, when he stood against the government of the United States of America, when he opposed the Vietnam war, when he simply refused to stop...
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Sizzling Hatters hit back to defeat Cambridge
Dunstable Today - about 6 years
Blue Square Bet Premier Luton Town 3 Cambridge 2 A scintillating second half display from Hatters saw them confidently dispatch Cambridge United at Kenilworth this evening, writes Mike Simmonds. Town had been slow starters after the break in recent matches, but this time they produced a super-charged salvo, with Andre Gray and Dean Beckwith netting in quick succession to make it three straight wins. Hatters had kept the same starting line-up that defeated Macclesfield 4-1, but altered the formation, returning to a traditional 4-4-2. There was no goal inside 60 seconds for Jake Howells on this occasion, although the Welsh U21 international went closest on five minutes, driving forward after the referee played a good advantage, but dragged wide. A bolt completely out of the blue put United ahead on 12 minutes though as when a corner wasn’t properly cleared, Ricky Wellard took aim and blasted an unstoppable drive past Mark Tyler and into the top corner. Town were behind for less ...
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Food news roundup
Roanoke.com - over 6 years
In this blog entry, you will find news about: - A temporary farmers market set up at the Kirk Family YMCA - A local boy in the running for an Apple iPad (VOTE for him! He’s in the lead already!) - LOA Area Agency on Aging’s annual fundraiser for Meals on Wheels, “Let’s Do Lunch.” - The Southwest Virginia Wine Festival in Abingdon. - Big Lick Beertopia: A Celebration of Craft Beer. * City Market at the Y has begun. This is a satellite farmers market that will be set up every Thursday in June between 4 and 7 p.m. next to the Kirk Family YMCA at the corner of 5th Street and Luck Avenue in downtown Roanoke. Produce, baked goods, wild-caught fish and grass-fed beef will be among the items for sale. Credit cards will be accepted, as will EBT cards for SNAP benefits. Thanks to grants from Carilion Clinic and Foundation for the Roanoke Valley, those SNAP dollars will be doubled at the market up to $50. * O’Charley’s has announced the winners of its “Greatest Grads Contest.” One do...
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Appy ready to call on Pompey starlets
Bognor Regis Observer - over 6 years
The prodigious talent contained on Pompey’s bench averaged 18 years and 79 days for the Championship farewell. Now Michael Appleton is seeking to build an exciting future with his Blues players of tomorrow. Pompey’s manager has long stressed the importance of the club’s foundation being built on home-grown youngsters. The likes of Ashley Harris and Adam Webster were given first-team opportunities at various stages this season. Sam Magri has also been in the frame of late, making the match-day squad of 16 in five of the past six matches. For the season finale against Nottingham Forest, Alex Grant and Jed Wallace joined Webster and Magri among the substitutes. Throw in 22-year-old Marko Futacs, and there was a fresh-faced feel to Appleton’s bench at the City Ground. There is clearly an impressive crop of youngsters emerging at present through the Academy set-up masterminded by Andy Awford and Paul Hardyman. Goalkeeper Matt Gledhill and midfielder James Jennings are among those w...
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Subs combine to get United out of the Forest - Cambridge First
Google News - about 7 years
Even then Rovers could have won it at the death, with Griffin inexplicably heading wide from four yards and debutant Matty Taylor spriting clear in stoppage time but seeing his goalbound effort blocked by James Jennings. The result means United are
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Manchester Police Blotter: Reckless Endangerment, Assault on a Police Officer ... - Patch.com
Google News - about 7 years
James Jennings, no age given, of 180 John Olds Dr. #211, Manchester, was charged with disorderly conduct after a domestic dispute with his wife. Joshua Lee Torres, 21, of 12 Moore St., Manchester, was charged with possession of a dangerous weapon after
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Randy D. Tapp - Van Zandt News
Google News - about 7 years
... Carl and DeeDee Tapp, Martins Mill, Michael and Jayla Tapp, Canton, Jimmy Raines, Martins Mill, Saylor Raines, Martins Mill; daughter, Jordan Raines, Martins Mill; grandchildren, James Jennings, Michelle Tapp, Alyssa Jennings, Carlee Tapp; sisters,
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Eye-catcher Kitscha is a stand-in star - Cambridge News
Google News - about 7 years
Conner Jennings, the brother of Cambridge United left-back James Jennings, was also thwarted by Kitscha in splendid fashion. Sadly for the young gloveman and his side, there was nothing he could do when Lloyd Ellams scored the only goal of the game in
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Mrs. Jennings sews every day — except when her Chicago Bears son is playing ball - The Times and Democrat
Google News - about 7 years
Geneve first married in 1967 to James Jennings of Cope; they had one daughter and two sons. Son James is a cable worker in Atlanta, Ga.; daughter Genell is an accountant in Chicago, and son Tim began playing professional football with the Chicago Bears
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Hawley resident Jennings honored, 41 years in banking - NEagle
Google News - about 7 years
By Anonymous James Jennings of Hawley, was recognized for serving 40 or more years in the banking industry at the Pennsylvania Bankers Association (PBA) Group 3 meeting held on April 12 at The Westmoreland Club in Wilkes Barre
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Education Professor's Odyssey Project Profiled in Diversity Magazine - Hendrix College Events and News
Google News - about 7 years
1, 2011) – Hendrix College education professor Dr. James Jennings was recently featured in Diverse, a bimonthly magazine that focuses on diversity issues in higher education. The article describes “Above the Line” project, an outreach project Jennings
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Cambridge Utd 2-1 Hayes & Yeading - BBC Sport
Google News - about 7 years
Jordan Patrick nodded down a James Jennings cross for Conal Platt to rifle in an equaliser for Cambridge. Josh Coulsen headed against the post before Berry side-footed in the winner from Michael Wylde's long throw. Cambridge Utd: Naisbitt, Roberts,
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United set to say bye to Kinniburgh - Cambridge News
Google News - about 7 years
Kinniburgh was brought in as cover at left-back for James Jennings while he completed a four-match ban carried over from the end of last season. But, after Kinniburgh played the first two games, Rory McAuley was preferred to the Scottish defender for
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Gritty United rocked by Harri blow - Cambridge News
Google News - about 7 years
But there was also a welcome return for James Jennings at left-back having completed a four-match ban. Luke Berry looked to be the man tasked with pushing up from midfield to support Gash as United attacked towards their vocal travelling support in the
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Kinniburgh is a U's loan star - Cambridge News
Google News - about 7 years
The Oxford left-back has been drafted in on a month-long deal as cover for James Jennings, who will miss the first three matches of the season because of suspension carried over from the end of last term. Kinniburgh, 22, who came through the youth
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AM UPDATE: Wagoner officials open Civic Center to help beat heat - Muskogee Daily Phoenix
Google News - about 7 years
Anyone who needs a cool place to stay during the extremely hot weather should go to the Wagoner Civic Center, said Mayor James Jennings. The center will be opened if there is a need and will remain open at night if necessary, Jennings said
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Gainesville man returns from helping African refugees - Gainesville Times
Google News - about 7 years
James Jennings of Gainesville and his international relief organization, Conscience International, have returned from the famine-ravaged Horn of Africa, where they helped provide aid to starving refugees
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    TWENTIES
  • 2012
    Age 25