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Eugene Patterson: A Flower for the Graves

Yesterday was the 51st anniversary of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in which four little black girls lost their lives. In the days that followed, politicians, community leaders and journalists rushed to shape the narrative around the tragedy. 666 more words


The Civil Tube: 4 Little Girls

Our Civil Tube video is not so short today. But rather a documentary which looks at the lives of four little girls who through no choice of their own became martyrs in the struggle for freedom and civil rights. 85 more words


A Eulogy Which Still Rings True Today

On September 15, 1963 at 10:20 AM a small group of young black children were gathering inside of the 16th street Baptist church in Birmingham, Alabama. 509 more words


The So-Called "American Negro Problem"

“You may use our labor for two and a half centuries and then taunt us for our poverty, but let me remind you we will not always remain poor!

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Re: The Challenge of Multiculturalism

What place do minorities have in the history of America, or to frame the question as it was put in the article I’m responding to, what place does the history of American minorities have among Americans? 1,473 more words

Late Great U.S.A

We are not Kings and Queens.... and it's ok

It’s important that Black people understand that they have a long and rich history that existed long before slavery/colonization and involved some of the largest and most advanced societies throughout the world (not just Africa)  176 more words