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Powerful Equal Justice Initiative Video #SlaveryEvolved #PrisonIndustrialComplexForBeginners

Powerful Equal Justice Initiative Video #SlaveryEvolved #PrisonIndustrialComplexForBeginners

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Very good point..

Col. Charles Young was the third African-American to graduate from West Point, the first to attain the rank of colonel, and he was the highest-ranking black officer in the military at the time of his death in 1922.    Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/2010/11/14/1523362/merlene-davis-col-charles-young.html#ixzz1bTbffPax

Col. Charles Young was the third African-American to graduate from West Point, the first to attain the rank of colonel, and he was the highest-ranking black officer in the military at the time of his death in 1922. Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/2010/11/14/1523362/merlene-davis-col-charles-young.html#ixzz1bTbffPax

Mary McLeod Bethune, Ida B. Wells, Nannie Burroughs and other women at Baptist Women's gathering, Chicago.

Mary McLeod Bethune, Ida B. Wells, Nannie Burroughs and other women at Baptist Women's gathering, Chicago.

Lie Witness News - MLK Day Edition Apparently adults dont pay attention to the world around them.

Lie Witness News - MLK Day Edition Apparently adults dont pay attention to the world around them.

civil rights violence - Google Search

civil rights violence - Google Search

witches in china - well......let's make sure we stay out of China! - Julie

witches in china - well......let's make sure we stay out of China! - Julie

After almost two centuries, the flag's frail state became plain. The icon's new high-tech home will protect it from exposure to bright light, humidity and ambient pollution. Smithsonian

Star-Spangled Banner Back on Display

After almost two centuries, the flag's frail state became plain. The icon's new high-tech home will protect it from exposure to bright light, humidity and ambient pollution. Smithsonian

Runoko Rashidi

Runoko Rashidi

Emmett Till August 28,1955 Emmett Till, a 14-year-old boy was murdered by a group of white racists who were later acquitted of kidnapping and murder. His death is noted as a pivotal event motivating the Civil Rights Movement.

Emmett Till August 28,1955 Emmett Till, a 14-year-old boy was murdered by a group of white racists who were later acquitted of kidnapping and murder. His death is noted as a pivotal event motivating the Civil Rights Movement.

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