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This Day in History: March 9th

Attorney and civil rights activist, Floyd B. McKissick, was born in Asheville, N.C., on March 9, 1922. McKissick was the first African-American student to...

This Day in History: January 26th

Activist, educator and writer, Angela Davis, was born on January 26, 1944, in Birmingham, Alabama. She was an advocate for the oppressed and wrote...

This Day in History: January 7th

On January 7, 1923, the all-Black town of Rosewood, Florida, was attacked and burned to the ground by a white mob. The massacre would last...

Know Your Rights

The Civil Rights Act of 1866, a Reconstruction Era Law (Section 1981), prohibits discrimination based on race in the United States of America. Section 1981...

Kaepernick’s Lawyers Seek to Subpoena Trump

Lawyers for Colin Kaepernick are set to subpoena President Trump in the former quarterback’s collusion case against the NFL, according to Yahoo Sports. Sources tell...

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This Day in History: June 5th

Ronald Kirk became the first person from the Global Majority to be elected mayor of Dallas, Texas, on June 5, 1995. He would serve...

This Day in History: June 3rd

Legendary Entertainer And Activist, Josephine Baker, Was Born Singer, dancer and activist, Josephine Baker, was born on...

This Day In History: June 3rd

Jefferson Davis, who served as the president of the Confederate States of America, the group of southern states that seceded from the union, was...

Kirk’s #GoVeggies 31-Day Challenge, Day 28: No Ketosis!

The ketogenic diets are the new craze, but they’re actually old news in a new package. The low carb, high protein diets, such...

Black-Out Tuesday!

Today, in protest of police brutality and injustice, people are called to black out their social media, filling Twitter, Instagram and Facebook...
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