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High School Student Activism: Past and Present

From AHA Today by Dionne Danns:

As a child, I always enjoyed watching Eyes on the Prize on PBS during Black History Month. I was fascinated both by the history of discrimination and the courageous efforts of young people to fight back against what seemed like insurmountable odds. 239 more words


NAACP Members: Learn About Solar Energy at the ECJ Program’s Meet and Greet and Workshop

NAACP members! Learn about solar energy! Come to the ECJ Program’s Meet and Greet and workshop at the Region 7 Civil Rights Academy Training Institute in Alexandria, VA, March 23-24th!

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African American Interests

Racist Abuse Of Black Students: Schools Need to Face The Music

As school officials struggle to better address current racist incidents nationwide, an NAACP chapter in Maryland is also examining the past. A “decades-long pattern” of racism involving students of color has plagued several schools in Pasadena, a predominantly White area bordering Baltimore, the Anne Arundel NAACP alleged Tuesday. 463 more words


Anne Arundel Co. School At Center Of Racism Allegations

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Students joined their parents, local pastors and the Anne Arundel County NAACP, to speak about unsettling words. Words they say were aimed at them at Chesapeake High School. 327 more words


Warren’s ‘Native American’ problem is only going to get worse -- Would you vote for Rachel Dolezal? -- Do Democrats have a race problem? -- An honesty problem?

By Jonathan S. Tobin

New York Post

March 12, 2018 | 6:59pm | Updated

If you had any doubt that Sen. Elizabeth Warren has her eye on the White House, it was dispelled this past weekend when she showed up on the Sunday morning talk shows to say she wasn’t running for president. 741 more words

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., 2018 Scholarship Fund for Male Seniors

The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Sigma Sigma Sigma Chapter will award three applicants scholarships in the amount of $1000.


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