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Maya Jupiter - Crumble Music Video

Edited this Music Video.  A video about the School to Prison Pipeline.

This is a remake of the title song from Akira Boch’s Independant film “The Crumbles” 42 more words

April 1: Last Installment of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Published

On this day in 1852, the final installment of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin was published in The National Era, a weekly abolitionist newspaper. 271 more words

Cassius Marcellus Clay

If he is remembered at all today, Cassius Marcellus Clay is recalled solely because that was the name of Muhammad Ali, the boxer, before he converted to the Nation of Islam and changed his name.  358 more words

The Noble: Abolitionism

Hailing from the great city of Boston is hardcore act The Noble. Abolitionism is the title of their upcoming EP in which you will find five purely aggressive and in your face tracks that you have no choice but to listen to. 369 more words

Reviews

O.P. Recommends: Slavery and the History of Abolition: An Interview with Manisha Sinha for the African American Intellectual History Society

I’ve been reading Manisha Sinha‘s wonderful book The Slave’s Cause as fast as I can, which is not very fast at all given my current master’s degree course heavy reading load. 169 more words

Written By Amy Cools

Frederick Douglass: America’s Prophet | Book Review

Today is the bicentennial of the birth of Frederick Douglass. Born a slave in 1818 on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Douglass escaped slavery in 1838, fleeing to New York but eventually settling in Massachusetts. 876 more words

Book Reviews

More Border Difficulties

More Border Difficulties

A letter from Vernon County, Missouri, of 16 August, states that a notorious abolition scoundrel named Pickle and a member of Montgomery’s band, who have recently been depredating on both sides of the line, has been apprehended and is now in custody in Vernon County. 138 more words

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