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Permanence of Racism and the Hope of Resistance

There are no more patriotic people in America today than black, brown and Muslim people. Period.

Over this past week, many immigrants, most undocumented, are taking part in the #daywithoutimmigrant strikes. 1,084 more words

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Roundup: Floyd Central records historic win

Floyd Central High School’s boys basketball team accomplished something that hadn’t been done in nearly two decades on Friday night.

The Highlanders knocked off Jennings Co. 1,172 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Derrick Bell

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The late professor Derrick Bell is best known for becoming the first Black professor at Harvard Law School, but that distinction only scratches the surface of his achievements. 461 more words

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Keeping Up With Atiba: Late September & Early October Edition

Welcome to the first installment of “Keeping Up With Atiba.” At the start of each month, and periodically to highlight special events, I will post an update on all my ongoing projects, publications, and speaking engagements. 1,280 more words

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THE HUBRIS OF A COLOR-BLIND CONSTITUTIONALISM: CCJEF RULING APPEALED AND IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN THE STATUS QUO

On September 7, 2015 there was a moment when interest-convergence was happening right in front of us. As Superior Court Judge Thomas Moukawsher read his ruling on… 664 more words

Finally a History book that explains what we really need to know about race in America.

Coming soon to Amazon will be 10 Keys to African American History. While you await the release, be sure to download your FREE Amazon ebook reader app. 22 more words