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Constitution Day and Citizenship Day: America's Evolution from White Male Domination

September 17 is both Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. It’s usually overlooked, but it’s what we are all about. Before going ashore near present-day Salem, Mass., in 1630, John Winthrop gave a sermon urging his followers to always conduct themselves as if the entire world were watching their “city on a hill.” Ever since then, America and Americans have been a work in progress. 1,180 more words

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21st Century youth presents prelude music at Unity Breakfast

21st Century Youth Leadership Movement (21C) participated in the annual Bridge Crossing Commemoration and Jubilee held March 4-6, 2016 in Selma, AL.  21 C Chapters represented included Greene County, two chapters in Wilcox County, Macon County, Tallapoosa County, Lee County, Dallas County and New Orleans Chapter. 122 more words


51st anniversary of ‘Bloody Sunday March’ draws thousands to Selma

“This is not only a celebration and commemoration of the past but a continuation of the movement and a statement of the struggle for racial, social, political and economic justice that still face us,” said Faya Rose Toure on Sunday at the pre-march rally on the steps of Browns Chapel Church in Selma, Alabama. 644 more words

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First March from Selma

When You Pray,

Move Your Feet.

— African Proverb.

“When You Pray, Move Your Feet,”

Charles White(?), photographer, Selma, Alabama, March 7, 1965. 2,062 more words

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Movie Monday: Selma

Ava DuVernay! You did great work with this movie. The first 10-minutes captivated me. You see a well-dressed Martin uncomfortably receiving a Nobel Peace Prize award, but what comes next sets the tone for the whole movie. 292 more words

Black History Month

I'm Thankful!

Good morning everyone! I am thankful to be alive, in my right state of mind, and have my health and strength. I am also thankful for my family. 53 more words

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