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Reparations for Slavery and Disenfranchisement to African Americans: Four Hundred Years

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About the Author The author was born, March 17, 1941, in a small town in Georgia, southeast of Atlanta. 11 more words

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The No Child Left Behind Act Should Be More than a Name

There’s always been a sad irony to me with the “No Child Left Behind” Act (NCLB) and the fact that it’s been an absolute train wreck for education over the past decade and a half. 1,104 more words

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Excerpt from The ebook African Americans Aint' Africans...

The people who the world refers to as “African Americans” are no such monster. “African American” is a label or term used in the generational identity switch, used to trick the “African American” masses out of the gains earlier generations had made.!

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Excerpt from the ebook African Americans Ain't Africans...

Page 13- When the Indigenous peoples of Central North America left their homes on Earth to become United States citizens, they entered a world where they were no longer organs for the Earth, but commodities of the United States. 30 more words

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Why Hillary makes sense in 2016

Whether you are with her, or you are against her, you know who she is.

This past Sunday, Mrs. Clinton announced her campaign in a nature that was unorthodox for this cycle at least. 477 more words

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#BringBackOurGirls One Year Later

By Mabinty Quarshie

On a warm Saturday surrounded by a small crowd of supporters, Patience, one of the more than 200 Chibok girls kidnapped by Nigerian terrorist group, Boko Haram, spoke about her experience after escaping at a Bring Back Our Girls solidarity march. 520 more words

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