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Mary Church Terrell, 'What It Means to be Colored in Capital of the U.S.'
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I look at my young daughters and nieces and wonder if they are aware of the powerful nubian women in history who blazed a path for them in this world? Do they know about Mary Church Terrell (1863-1954)?Sis. Terrell was an educator, activist and professional lecturer. She was known for for her work as an early civil rights leader, women's rights advocate, founder of National Association of Colored
 
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Standing Up for Atlantic City: “Water Rights Are Civil Rights” - Food and Water Watch
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Food and Water WatchStanding Up for Atlantic City: “Water Rights Are Civil Rights”Food and Water WatchNAACP president and CEO Cornell Brooks came to Atlantic City on April 20 for the public launch of a campaign to prevent the privatization of the city's public water system. Brooks spoke in support of the campaign to protect the civil rights of city ...Christie's stance toward selling A
 
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Three named to Civil Rights Hall of Fame - Florida Courier
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Florida CourierThree named to Civil Rights Hall of FameFlorida Courier•Dr. Arnett Girardeau, 88, of Jacksonville, led civil rights efforts in the Florida Legislature. After serving in the military, Girardeau earned a dental degree from Howard University in Washington, D.C., and returned to Florida. In 1976, Girardeau was ...
 
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DeVos Pick for Civil Rights Office Once Claimed Reverse Racism - Daily Beast
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Daily BeastDeVos Pick for Civil Rights Office Once Claimed Reverse RacismDaily BeastCandice Jackson, the new acting head of the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights, once claimed reverse racism, ProPublica reported. In the 1990s, while she was an undergraduate student at Stanford University, she at some point ...Betsy Devos' Civil Rights Pick Holds Troubling Views | The M
 
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Social justice demands interfaith cooperation - Suffolk News-Herald
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Social justice demands interfaith cooperationSuffolk News-HeraldEvery year, various civic, public and faith leaders come together to remember the great works of the founders of the oldest civil rights organization. ... Why is interfaith cooperation germane and relevant to the civil rights movement and social ...
 
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Yes, People Voted for Trump Because of Racism. - The New Civil Rights Movement
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The New Civil Rights MovementYes, People Voted for Trump Because of Racism.The New Civil Rights MovementMany gallons of ink have been spilled breaking down the results of the 2016 Presidential Election - almost to the point of absurdity. But, the 2016 American National Election Study, released last week and reported Monday by the Washington Post, helps ...Racism motivated Trump voters more than au
 
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Civil rights agency: Flint victim of racism - Port Huron Times Herald
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Michigan RadioCivil rights agency: Flint victim of racismPort Huron Times HeraldIt has been three years since April 2014 and the date Flint's water system began poisoning the city's residents. The national headlines have faded, but the crisis is a long way from being averted. The events that led to that April date began many years ...Michigan Civil Rights Commission urges U.S. Supreme Cour
 
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Civil Rights Leader Rev. Jesse Jackson Visits Boston | NBC Boston - NBC Boston
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NBC BostonCivil Rights Leader Rev. Jesse Jackson Visits Boston | NBC BostonNBC BostonCivil rights leader Reverend Jesse Jackson is speaking at events in Boston. Monica Madeja reports on the politically charged sermon he delivered at a church in ...Jesse Jackson Sr. talks Trump, religion, and justice in Dorchester ...The Boston Globeall 4 news articles »
 
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Buy Black, Bank Black, Black People in 2017. - ThyBlackMan
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ThyBlackManBuy Black, Bank Black, Black People in 2017.ThyBlackManCivil rights activists and scholars have questioned why living conditions for Black people barely improved under the leadership of our nation's first Black president whose campaign slogan “Yes, We Can” rang as a promise of it—encouraging Americans to ...and more »
 
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Buy Black, Bank Black, Black People in 2017. - ThyBlackMan
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ThyBlackManBuy Black, Bank Black, Black People in 2017.ThyBlackManCivil rights activists and scholars have questioned why living conditions for Black people barely improved under the leadership of our nation's first Black president whose campaign slogan “Yes, We Can” rang as a promise of it—encouraging Americans to ...and more »
 
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