She Failed to Act Like a Negro Should Act

“We venture to say that fully ninety per cent of all the race troubles in the South are the result of the Negro forgetting his place. If the black man will stay where he belongs, act like a Negro should act, work like a Negro should work, talk like a Negro should talk, and study …

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The Real Atticus Finch Has Stepped Forward

Finally, the one character in the vast world of literature that I disliked most has converted me, and I am now his fondest admirer. I have made this conversion because, at last, he is being honest about whom he really is and what he represented over fifty years ago, when he came on the scene. …

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Bill Cosby and the Power of the Media

For the past year and a half, media has inundated the public with stories of Bill Cosby’s alleged attacks on unsuspected young ladies. These attacks seem to have a long history and are similar in description. Whether the charges are true or not should be left to the courts to determine, and also the conscience …

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King’s Radical Idea: Black is Beautiful

Most people today do not consider Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to be, in any way, a radical. For example, during the King Holiday Celebration the one speech you will hear over and over again is, “I have a dream.” That’s acceptable to most of the country because it is all-inclusive. He was talking about …

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