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Remembering Mamie Till-Mobley: Mother Of Emmett Till

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In September 1955, the murderers of Emmett Till were acquitted. Till was brutally beaten and murdered for whistling at a white woman in Money, MS . 60 more words

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Diane Abbott: 1st Black Woman Elected To British Parliament

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In 1987 Diane Abbott (1953 – ) became the first Black woman elected to British Parliament in the United Kingdom. Abbott is the daughter of Jamaican immigrants. 173 more words

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Perfectionism, Purpose, & Christianity in 2017: Interview With Author A.C. Jacobs

Most 20 something’s are still navigating how to successfully cook dinner, excel at work and maintain a decent social life. However, there are a select-few who have figured out how to not only accomplish these tasks but also get married, raise a whole child, and publish a book along the way. 3,189 more words

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Does the Fraternal Order of Police Have A Black People Problem?

Recently, John McNesby, the president of Philadelphia chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), drew criticism for calling Black Lives Matter “a pack of rabid animals.” 900 more words

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