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Self-Care in a World of Chaos

Learning that my ancestors were slaves was a lot to grasp as a first grader. My classroom became silent as my black classmates and I daunted what new information our teacher would tell us about the capturing, beating, and force that black people experienced to make them abide by the rules of their white abductors . 747 more words


Too Much Truth: The Story of Paul Robeson

Today on Too Much truth, Yalanda Lattimore and Antavius Weems co-hosted the show.

Our guest today was Stogie Kenyatta, he is a world-renowned actor and comedian. 144 more words

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I think folks from Cuba who migrate to the U.S. are particularly ruthless due to growing up with American sanctions.

I absolutely adore both Castros for nationalizing business, offering FREE housing, FREE food and a FREE college education to all citizens and opposing American imperialism. 317 more words

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#BlackLivesMatter: Sing Until the Whole World Hears...

     I am just going to go out on a limb today and just say it (out loud): I cannot believe that in a society where black folks are being hunted down and killed every single day, folks are more compassionate and concerned and upset about the hunting, stalking, and killing of… 341 more words

Albert Cleage: Founder The Shrine of The Black Madonna

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Rev. Albert B. Cleage 1911-2000 (later changed his name to Jaramogi Abebe Agyeman) was a theologian, nationalist, civil rights leader and father. 354 more words

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Dr. Charles H. Wright: Physician With A Passion for African American History

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Dr. Charles Howard Wright (1918 – 2002) was an African-American physician. He founded the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, MI. 195 more words

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