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Indian Children Removal

Indian Children Removal

In 1879, Richard Henry Pratt, a former United States Army Officer— who had served as the warden of the United States “Prisoner of War Camp” at Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida—at the behest of the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, founded the Carlisle Indian...

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The Cycles of Politics: Power of the People

The Cycles of Politics: Power of the People

To paraphrase the words of Benjamin Franklin: “We have a Democracy… if we can keep it!” In November 1860, Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the United States of America. Subsequently, a large segment of the population—mostly concentrated in the thirteen...

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The place was Montgomery Alabama, U.S.A.

The place was Montgomery Alabama, U.S.A.

The year, 1955. Rosa Louise Parks, a black woman…, an African-American woman of color, boarded one of the Montgomery City Bus Lines’ buses. After paying her fare, Rosa Parks took a seat in the rear of the bus… in the designated “colored” section of the bus. When all...

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Black History: Facts About Slavery

Black History: Facts About Slavery

Photo by Muhammad-Taha Ibrahim Some facts about slavery are not taught in school, making others forget that black lives matter. Black lives matter. People support the movement that brings back the power of the oppressed. Today, we have all been fighting for peace and...

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