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King’s Radical Idea: Black is Beautiful

Most people today do not consider Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to be, in any way, a radical. For example, during the King Holiday Celebration the one speech you will hear over and over again is, “I have a dream.” That’s acceptable to most of the country because it is all-inclusive. 515 more words

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The dinner from hell (part one)

He saw Lady Stanhope again over dinner that evening.  She sat opposite Sir Walter at the head of the table, her hair, like the other women’s on this formal occasion, elaborately dressed with fanciful decoration, in her case a generous endowment of flora, including daffodils.  1,517 more words

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Guidance to Living

Can all of the world’s humans really get along? living in peace and harmony? the answer is no! Currently, I’m reading the book “The Slave Trade: The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1440 – 1870″ by English historian, Hugh Thomas, also known as Lord Thomas of Swynnerton.  55 more words


A History of Voting Rights

Doug E. Fresh will be granting all Golf and Tennis Challenge the performance of a…
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What Does A Researcher Do on Her Birthday?

Personally, I think I am my mother’s easiest child. I never asked for much and spent much of my childhood as I preferred it–alone and with a book in my hand. 749 more words

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As black churches burn concern grows over the resurgence of America's original terrorists

The recent rash of black church burnings have many African-Americans wondering if this marks a resurgence of the nation’s original terrorists — white supremacists.

Following the June 17 massacre at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C. 690 more words