Archive for April, 2017

Some Interesting Facts About Harriet Tubman

• Harriet Tubman was born a slave. She escaped slavery in her early 20s. • Harriet Tubman was a confidante of John Brown. • Harriet Tubman was a frequent guest at the home of Ralph Waldo Emerson. • There was a $40,000 ransom for Harriet Tubman’s capture. • Harriet Tubman opened a home for the […]

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Quote Of The Day

“I was anxious to learn to know the masses of my people, to know what they thought, what they felt, and the things of which they dreamed; and in trying to find out, I laid the first stones in the foundation of faith in them on which I have stood ever since.” -James Weldon Johnson […]

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Neely Fuller Jr.: Stay On Your Constructive Agenda

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“Recognize the truth of anything you encounter…Always seek to know the truth about anything.” -Neely Fuller Jr. Tweet

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The Only Black-Owned Soda Bottler

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TODAY IS BUY BLACK FRIDAY

PLEASE PASS THIS ON! (EACH ONE TEACH ONE OR TWO!) THIS IS PHASE ONE ON HOW WE CAN HELP TO STRENGTHEN & EMPOWER OUR COMMUNITY: The 2008 not guilty verdict in the Sean Bell case evoked outrage, emotion, and debate. It is not an anomaly that the police officers involved in the Sean Bell slaying […]

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Quote Of The Day

“Insufficient housing has been the mark of dominated groups throughout history…For the oppressed housing is always in crisis…Housing is not produced and distributed for the purposes of dwelling for all; it is produced and distributed as a commodity to enrich the few. Housing crisis is not a result of the system breaking down but of […]

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A Garvey-ite Speaks

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“Do not fall before you are pushed.” -Proverb Tweet

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Gil Noble On The Media and Effective Journalism

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