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Wed, 20.11.2019

Rosalyn Terborg-Penn born

*Rosalyn Terborg-Penn was born on this date in 1941.  She was an African American professor of history and author.   Born Rosalyn Marian Terborg in Brooklyn, New York. Her mother Jeanne Terborg was a clerical worker from Indianapolis, and her father Jacques A. Terborg was a Suriname-born jazz musician.  In 1951 her family moved to Queens, where she graduated from John Adams High School in 1959. In 1963 she received […]

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Wed, 20.11.2019

More Community Support of Black History Needed, Charles Blockson

Charles Blockson, historian, educator and collector shares a vision for greater community preservation of black history

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Thu, 10.10.2019

Skin Color in America, Claudine McHie-Cooper

Author and mother, Claudine McHie-Cooper shares her experiences regarding skin colors intersectionality in America

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Sun, 11.08.2019

The Harlem Cultural Festival held

*On this date in 1969 the first performance played at the Harlem Cultural Festival.  Also known as Black Woodstock, this was a series of music concerts that took place in Harlem, Manhattan, New York City.  The concerts celebrated African American music and culture and promoted the continued politics of black pride. Some of the artist included Nina Simone, B.B. King, Sly & the Family Stone, Chuck Jackson, Abbey Lincoln & Max […]

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Fri, 12.07.2019

African and Native Intersectionality in the United States of America, Joseph Flores

Joseph Flores, Apache educator (retired) professor and counselor offers some historic points of intersectionality between African Americans and Native Americans

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Wed, 12.06.2019

The “N” word in Brazil, Juliana Ramos

Public Policy advocate Juliana Ramos shares her views on Brazil’s cultural use and interpretation of the “N” word

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Fri, 31.05.2019

Admiration (my parents) Dr. Anton Armstrong

Music Professor and Choral Conductor Dr. Anton Armstrong recalls and admires the impact of his parents on his humanity

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Tue, 21.05.2019

Black Love, Princess Titus

Agri-Business owner, activist and educator Princess Titus shares her views on what she loves about the African American community.

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Tue, 14.05.2019

Black Love, Hollis Watkins

Mississippi Civil Rights pioneer and administrator Hollis Watkins shares some views on what he enjoys about the African American community

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Fri, 05.04.2019

Racism vs Bullying, (Defined), Virginia Richardson

Virginia Richardson, lifelong child and family advocate of the disabled shares the similarities and differences and intersectionality between racism and bullying

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New Poem Each Day

Poetry Corner

and yeah, brothers, while white/America sings about the unsink able molly brown (who was hustling the titanic when it went down) I sing to thee of Shine the stoker who was... I SING OF SHINE by Etheridge Knight.
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