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“Legacy”

In the 1950s, Topeka, Kansas, where Linda Brown lived, like a lot of America had dual de facto school systems. One for Black children and one for white children. Black children might be living only a few blocks away from a school but could not attend that school if it was a “white” school.  Instead Black children would be shuttled miles away from their neighborhood school to a “Black” school. ...

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Henry “Pop” Scurry, Sr. has taught his last class here

Henry was educated in Seminole County Schools and he was known throughout the community for his academic achievements. ...

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“CHOICES”

“CHOICES” ...

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The Resurrection Of America!

Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., ignited a spiritual resurrection of the soul of America by helping America overcome its original sin: RACISM. ...

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“The great compromise”

“The great compromise” ...

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James Rudolph Barrett

James Rudolph Barrett, 90 years old, passed away on Wednesday, February 28, 2018. ...

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Rapper Craig Mack dies at 46

Craig Mack, one of the artists who laid the foundation for Bad Boy Records, has died, the label’s former director of marketing Michelle Joyce confirmed to CNN. ...

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The Fight Is Fixed. You Won.

The Fight Is Fixed. You Won. ...

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Willie Steele , Owner of WS Sod and Landscaping, dies peacefully

Willie Steele, 71, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, passed away peacefully on March 2, 2018, at Florida Memorial Medical Center ...

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Another good solider called home to do battle no more

Henry W. Mack, Ph.D., a native of Detroit, enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1947. He was noted for being one of the rare living “Buffalo Soldiers. ...

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