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Quote of the Week: Nikysha Harding and the Racialized Criminalization of Mothers

The fact that the last two quotes of the week have been taken directly from local and regional media speaks volumes to the number racist incidents that occur on a regular basis. 451 more words

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Quote of the Week: The Tragedy of Eric Garner and Environmental Racism

Today’s Quote of the Week is ripped straight from the headlines.

As we’re sure many of you have heard, the excessive use of police force has taken another life. 329 more words

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A Big Congratulations To Our Volunteer Of The Month For March 2014: Temitope Iroko #LetsDoMore #Slum2SchoolAfrica

Iroko Tope, is a Passionate and Selfless  Community Based Volunteer living in the Makoko Community which is one of our main communities of operations. He is a student who has completed his senior secondary school education and has a passion to study nursing. 335 more words

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Quote of the Week: Learning from the Opposition

This week’s quote, published a month from today 66 years ago, is from the platform of the Dixiecrats, a coalition of southern Democrats who opposed integration: 186 more words

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Quote of the Week: Courtesy of Lorraine Hansberry!

This week’s quote of the week is courtesy of Lorraine Hansberry, the woman who wrote the classic play A Raisin in the Sun.

“.. the oppressed are by their nature … forever in ferment and agitation against their condition and what they understand to be their oppressors. 162 more words

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