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American History1 month ago

7 Things You May Not Know About MLK’s “I Have A Dream” Speech

Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech ranks among the most famous in history, but there are a...

Black History1 month ago

March on Washington 2023:Not a Commemoration, a Continuation

60 years since the 1963 March on Washington, Economic Justice remains a dream -By Charlene CrowellWhile the 1963 March on...

Black History1 month ago

Soundtracks Rediscovered: Unsung Stories, Now Sung and The March on Washington 1963

Historical moments of the 1960s revolved around the Civil Rights efforts for social justice, jobs, and freedom from oppression. The...

Biography2 months ago

Crescencia J. Garcia, World War II Veteran

This week, Our Time Press recognizes the life of Crescencia J. Garcia who, as a member of the 6888th all-black...

Arts-Theater2 months ago

Jeffery “Kazembe” Batts Connects Hip Hop and Marcus Garvey

Raised by a single mother in Bedford Stuyvesant, Kazembe Batts is one of those quiet presences who has always been...

Black History2 months ago

Scholars Mourned

The Vassar community lost two influential leaders in th “Africana Studies Program this month: Professor Emeritus Milfred Fierce, largely considered...

Black History2 months ago

Mamie Mobley-Till:“Let the People See…”

Emmett Till National Monument Will Include Chicago Church That Hosted Teen’s Funeral Maxwell Evans,Excerpts from blockclubchicago.orgGRAND BOULEVARD — Roberts Temple...

Black History2 months ago

There is no denying the great antiquityof these Negroid figures

The archaeological contexts in which they have been found have been radio-carbon dated…. There is no denying their Negroness either....

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