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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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In a recent piece for The Atlantic, writer Ta-Nehisi Coates made the case for reparations and just like that, one Texas county approved reparations for blacks. The problem, however, is that even though Dallas County...

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Bob Marley is known as one of the most influential figures of the 20th century.   More than just a musician, over the course of his career, Marley became a moral and religious figure.  ...

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“Stubborn As A Mule” is an internationally award winning documentary that has been ten years in the making about reparations produced and directed by Arcelious Daniels.  Miller Bargeron Jr. and Albert A. George Jr. also...

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Reported by Liku Zelleke The late poet, performer, speaker, activist, actress, writer and national hero, Maya Angelou, will be interred this week after two services – a private and a public one. While a whole...

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