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Some people think that there is no relationship between the prison system and slavery in America. But according to the 13th Amendment, the federal government does have the right to make you into a slave...

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Amazing Black Women! Florence ‘Flo Jo’ Joyner

February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Watch as the legendary Florence ‘Flo Jo’ Griffith Joyner runs and wins her race! Flo Jo is one of the most influential African American female athletes in Black American History. Winning races and breaking records. She...

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What They Don’t Teach You in History Class 101

February 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

What They Don’t Teach You in History Class 101...

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Earlier this week, comedian Steve Harvey took a major hammering from the black community after making a joke to a white woman that he “doesn’t give a damn about slavery.” So, without trying to traumatize...

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April V. Taylor When most people think of Oliver Howard, for whom Howard University is named, many think of a deeply religious, moral, benevolent man.  Others think of him as a hero and humanitarian whose...

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The Internet is now in an uproar over a picture that was shared announcing the closure of state office buildings in Arkansas. The notice, posted by Secretary of State Mark Martin, announces that state buildings...

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By Nigel Boys Czech archaeologists uncovering a dig at Abu-Sir, southwest of Cairo, believe they have uncovered the tomb of the wife of Pharaoh Neferefre, who ruled Egypt for a short time almost 4,500 years...

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by Marie Seva Tutankhamun or Tutankhamen or Tutankhamon or more commonly referred  to as King Tut, was an Egyptian pharaoh who was enthroned at a very young age.  He ruled the Egyptians for about 10...

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April V. Taylor Black people have been taught for years that their freedom is due in large part to Abraham Lincoln and his signing of the Emancipation Proclamation.  What many fail to realize is that...

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