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April V. Taylor The Daily Mail is reporting that the family of Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager killed by Ferguson police, have hired the same civil rights attorney who represented Trayvon Martin’s family.  Local news...

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The death of 18-year old Michael Brown has led to the St. Louis area descending into chaos.  Riots have taken over the city as the community is outraged about the death of Brown at the...

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As BreakingBrown reported on Sunday, residents in Ferguson, Missouri took to the streets after an unarmed black teen was gunned down by police. Missouri teenager Michael Brown, 18, was gunned down near his grandmother’s home...

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Did you ever wonder how Marcus Garvey was able to accumulate so much power?  He was an amazing man, uncompromising and tough.  He is the man that had the feds in fear, so much so...

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This is from the Youtube channel of WeAllBeTV: “No More Secrets: The First Black Secret Service Agent, Abraham Bolden, Speaks Out On BEing Framed, JFK Assassination & Cover-up…” 1/19/2011 (Note: Bro. Abraham Celebrated His 76th...

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They say necessity is the mother of invention, so in the 20th century when some blacks wanted to confuse and confound white racists, they got creative with their approach. Blacks during the 20th century needed...

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April V. Taylor Many people would be shocked to know that at least five U.S. Presidents were members of the Ku Klux Klan.  According to the Southern Poverty Law Center,”the KKK started in the summer...

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Dick Gregory is an activist, writer and comedian who is known for his witty brand of comedy that attacks racial prejudices.  He was born in 1932 and grew up poor.  His college education at Southern...

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The racist hierarchy in the South manifested in several ways, but most people don’t know that racism even impacted what foods blacks were allowed to buy. As Maya Angelou once wrote, it was custom not...

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By Yolanda Spivey As a little girl, I’ll never forget going on a class trip to Jumel Terrace in New York City where we learned about the life of America’s first president, George Washington. There,...

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