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An Homage to Malcolm X

Eulogy delivered by Ossie Davisat the funeral of Malcolm XFaith Temple Church of GodFebruary 27, 1965“Here – at this final...

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More Black People &More African Assistance Needed!

By Jeffery Kazembe BattsPolicy and purpose can change, and maybe Brooklyn can lead the way. The population in NYC who...

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The Need for a “Pro African Policy and Purpose” from our Community & Elected Officials

By Jeffery Kazembe BattsPolicy and purpose can change. “Now is the time” Rev. Jesse Jackson famously said to mobilize the...

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Eyeing Juneteenth bill passage with skepticism

By Peter M. WilliamsNABJ Black News & ViewsAs we come upon the second celebration of Juneteenth as a national holiday,...

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The History of the Annual Brooklyn Juneteenth Arts Festival

June 19, 1865 is the date that slaves in Texas and other parts of the south learned about their freedom,...

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In Faith, She Made Up Her Mind

Alice W. Wiley Seay by The Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson(Part III of Four) by Rev. Dr. Emma Simpson-JordanOn April 11,...

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BK Women: “A Source of Strength and Wisdom”

Reprint from Our Time Press,March, 1996From the PublisherThe mother buried with her child in the African Burial Ground in lower...

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Concord Church’s History of Women Activists

“Preserving Memories, Preserving Ourselves” by The Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson (Part II of Four) The Black suffragists who were members...