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Rosa Parks honored by Congress with full-length statue

Last Wednesday, in ceremony hosted by President Barack Obama and members of Congress, Rosa Parks became the first Black woman to have her full-length likeness depicted in the National Statuary Hall ...

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Timely lessons from Women’s Rights National Historical Park

Women’s Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, New York where, in 1848, a group of fearless women and the men who supported them laid down the law demanding the right to vote, to hold elected office, and to work outside the home ...

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Your Black History: Read about three Black American female inventors you may not have heard of

Today’s edition of our series, which promotes the historical achievements of Black Americans features the stories of three women who pioneered key groundbreaking inventions ...

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Your Black History: A salute to Frank E. Petersen, America’s first Black Marine General

we pay tribute to Frank E. Petersen, America’s first Black Marine Corps General. ...

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I WAS A SLAVE: Plantation Life

Plantation Life ...

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Locally, a candlelight vigil tribute was be held Feb. 26 at 6 p.m. in Leimert Park to mark the one year anniversary of Martn’s death ...

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Civil Rights Group slams House Republicans for attempting to privatize the U.S. Postal Service

Thanks to its exceptional operational efficiency, the USPS has managed to turn a profit on postal sales in the worst economy since the Great Depression ...

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HBCU community awaits equity suit ruling

HBCU community awaits equity suit ruling ...

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Yvette Carnel: President Obama meets with Black ‘Leaders’ to discuss Black agenda, now what?

President Obama met with Black people from various spheres of activism, credentialism, and shepherdism to dicuss issues which disproportionately impact Black people ...

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Racist? Emory University President applauds decision to make Black people three-fifths of a person

Wagner wrote, “One instance of constitutional compromise was the agreement to count three-fifths of the slave population for purposes of state representation in Congress.” ...

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