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Rev. Jesse Jackson Visits Memorial ACTe in Guadeloupe

During his five-day visit to the French Caribbean, U.S. civil rights leader Reverend Jesse Jackson, toured the MEMORIAL ACTe in Guadeloupe. It is the world’s largest museum dedicated to the memory and history of slavery from the early seventeenth century to present day. 348 more words

News

When The Racist Causes More Racism

There’s nowhere in the dictionary that says a racist has to be a white person saying or doing actions against a person of color. It CAN (and usually is these days) be the other way around. 519 more words

Politics

In the Modern Democratic Party, It's Controversial to Say "All Lives Matter"

I cannot believe what I see. In the Democratic Party, it is now controversial to say that all lives matter.

At a recent campaign event in Phoenix, Arizona, Democratic Presidential candidate O’Malley discussed police brutality and violence against African-Americans, a topic that has been at the forefront of American politics following the stories of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. 788 more words

Hillary Clinton

Hercules, Holden, and civil rights pioneers

Above: In 1975, Peter Francisco was commemorated on a stamp issued by the U.S. Postal Service.

THIS DAY, JULY 16, HAS BEEN a great date for teenagers. 846 more words