Four Hundred Years of Glory

This year of 2019 marks four hundred years since the first African slave landed on the shores of this country. Over those years a beautiful people suffered through some of the most horrid conditions, but throughout all that time of pain and agony, they began the process of creating a mighty race and culture. The …

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Unraveling the Conspiracy of Silence

The great Black historian Dr. John Hope Franklin spoke the truth when he addressed the issue of the Tulsa Massacre of 1921. He had a long history with Tulsa, Oklahoma having graduated from Booker T. Washington High School in the Greenwood segregated section of the city in 1931. That was ten years after the devastating …

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Black Men-White Women-And the Noose

Bill Cosby has been sentenced from three to five years in a maximum-security prison. He was found guilty for drugging and sexually assaulting a white woman. He is the first celebrity of the #MeToo era to be jailed. He is eighty-one years old and considered a sexually violent predator and, therefore, placed in maximum security. …

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