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No group of people, of any income level, are comparable to RATS...STOP EXPERIMENTING ON THE POOR...!

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This is so True but it goes deeper than that research ghettos for more information about the systematic destruction of the family unit

Nice Black To The Future: Akim Camara (5yr) Playing A Portion Of "Dance of the Fairies"

Akim Camara years old) is able to memorize a portion of “Dance of the Fairies” by Felix Mendelsshohn, Akim playing a piece after only hearing it once. He astonishes the audience playing alongside Andre Rieu.

"The first martyr of the 1950s-era civil rights movement." In 1951 after celebrating Christmas Day, civil rights activist Harry T. Moore and his wife Harriette retired to bed in their home in Florida. Ten minutes later, a bomb shattered their house which was planted by the KKK. Harry Moore died on the way to the hospital; his wife died nine days later.

“The first martyr of the civil rights movement.” In 1951 after celebrating Christmas Day, civil rights activist Harry T. Moore and his wife Harriette retired to bed in their home in Florida.

Captain John W. Cheatham, 1855–1918, was one of the first black firefighters in Minneapolis.

*John Cheatham was born on this date in He was a Black Pullman Porter and Minnesota Fireman.

Today, black-women-owned public relations firms are plentiful. But in the late 1950s, there was only one—the first one. Inez Yeargan Kaiser, the…

Today, black women-owned public relations firms are plentiful. But in the late there was only one—the first one. Inez Yeargan Kaiser, the pioneer who was the first black woman in …

Eliza Bryant, child of slaves, was active in welcoming African Americans to the Cleveland area. She realized that many elderly Black people had no help - many had lost their families during slavery, and segregated nursing homes would not serve them. In the 1890's, Bryant recruited two other women, began the work of establishing a home for elderly Black people. Today it still serves. http://www.elizabryant.org/history.aspx

with ・・・ After learning of the special needs of elderly Blacks left alone due to slavery, Eliza Bryant established the first nursing home for Blacks who were.

Activists who chained themselves to lobby turnstiles at the PBA headquarters in lower Manhattan last week got a lot of mileage when 10 of them were arrested.

Guest Post: Observations on the Jewish Response to the Movement for Black Lives Platform from a Self Loving Antiracist White Jew - Shofar

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