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The women should not have been arrested. The pardon should have occurred at least 30 years ago. Six Women Pardoned for Civil Rights-Era Arrests.
Michele Bachmann will not and cannot become the 45th President of the United States. Remember this! Michele Bachmann stands by slavery comment – Alexander Burns – POLITICO.com.
This is a great honor! Our beloved Soul Train is missed by all of us who grew up watching it. Every Saturday, “the hippest trip in America” brought together the entire family to see the latest fashion, dance moves, and … Continue reading
Bill Schneider’s commentary is very insightful. Part of the problem in my view is that the United States is lousy when it comes to developing a proactive & comprehensive foreign policy. Think about it. Our foreign policy revolves around partisanship … Continue reading
Tonight at 8e/7c on PBS, Dr. Henry Louis Gates continues the journey of exploring our heritage, our family. This is destination television for the entire family. By learning about the other members of the diaspora and their experiences, we learn … Continue reading
This is a fascinatingly interesting article by Lynette Holloway. Based on the state of Black America today, I can certainly understand if there were slaves who served in the Confederate Army of their own will. The psychological trauma and physical … Continue reading
Congratulations to Sidney Poitier! A great honor for a great man. Sidney Poitier to Receive Award from Film Society of Lincoln Center | EURweb.
I remember my parents and grandmother talking about the Lovings when I was a little boy. It was just more talk of “the movement” and I didn’t really give my full attention to it. Like many things of my youth, once I have … Continue reading
The facts presented in this article may surprise some and educate others. Five myths about church and state in America – The Washington Post.