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Black History facts I was not taught in school

Here is another great video with Black History facts.

Today in Black History: The Kerner Report was released

On this date in 1968 the Kerner Report was made public. The civil Rights struggle of the 1960’ was making inroads, integration of southern school districts was progressing and by 1967, 22% of the black students in the 17 southern and Border States were in integrated...

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A Burger and a Beer in Sacramento

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Life on the Edge of Greatness

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A Day in the Life of a Photographer

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“If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” —Frederick Douglass

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