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Ahead of Her Time: Chisholm Fought for Women’s Reproductive Rights

By Barbara BullardMany politicians would say that Shirley Chisholm inspired them to run for office or seek a career in...

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ALTON HENRY MADDOX, JR.

“His unwavering commitment to fighting for the freedom and rights of Black people leftan undeniable impact on the City of...

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Maddox and Belafonte,Warriors For Justice, Pass

Two of our warriors have transitioned. Alton Maddox and Harry Belafonte fought on different fronts, requiring different skills and different...

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EBONICS: Its Origins and Significance

In 1996, the Oakland School Board started a furor by recognizing Ebonics as the primary language of African American children...

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Love and Brilliance Shining Bright: Kwame Brathwaite January 1, 1938 – April 1, 2023

By Maitefa Angaza He was born on January 1, 1938 and became an ancestor on April 1, 2023.  The tributes...

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Women Leading Movements

Remembering Elsie Richardson … Our Time Press launches their March 9 – 30 Womens History Month Phenomenal Women series this...

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Not Forgotten

Legislation for Establishment of African Burial Ground Museum and Education Center Reintroduced by Bernice Elizabeth Green Congressman Dan Goldman (D-10)...

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Student Work at Brooklyn’s Flatbush African Burial Grounds

– by Bernice Elizabeth Green The Flatbush African Burial Ground Coalition is a Black-led multiracial coalition of local residents, activists,...

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