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Melba's Story

Melba Liston is one of those gems of Black history that doesn’t get to shine.

Frank Morrison’s illustration of a little brown girl blowing a trombone longer than her body will catch your eye. 307 more words


One Final Point (Get To The Point Panel): Feb 20, 2015 (NT: Get To The Point)


Malcolm Thomas, Dr. Waverly Duck, and attorney Blaine Jones each give their final thoughts during the “One Final Point” segment of “NightTalk: Get to the Point” with host and political commentator Lenny McAllister on the Pittsburgh Cable News Channel. 163 more words


African self pity among other things

Race and ethnicity has been one of humanity earliest concepts it is as ancient as ancient Egypt and Arabs were no strangers to classify people by race.Arabs were no strangers to this concept *and whoever told you that race is a white man construct to justify racism was talking nonsense*.Why? 175 more words

Starting Point: Elevating Black Male Leadership in 2015 (Feb 20, 2015)

PITTSBURGH CABLE NEWS CHANNEL (February 20, 2015): Political and social commentator Lenny McAllister (Host, “NightTalk: Get to the Point”) believes that for African-Americans and the United States overall to turn around, there is a need for Black male leadership to take their effectiveness to another standard and level. 263 more words


Black History Month 2015 Day 28

Today we will look at the assassination of Malcolm X. The New York Times coverage is listed below.

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Malcolm X, the 39-year-old leader of a militant black nationalist movement, was shot to death yesterday afternoon at a rally of his followers in a ballroom in Washington Heights. 2,285 more words

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Selma and the Socially Unconscious Movement

We have come to the end of Black History Month, however, I have one more topic to discuss…

There are few movies that leave an indelible mark on my mind and heart upon exiting the theater, however “Selma” and “12 Years a Slave” did just that.   887 more words

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Food for the Soul, Words for the Heart

Words: Meghan Moore

On Feb. 19, the Delta Scholar’s hosted Food for the Soul, Words for the Heart, an event in which they celebrated Black History Month through different styles of entertainment. 174 more words

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