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This Day in History: January 1st

Shortly after the Battle of Antietam, former President Abraham Lincoln issued a preliminary decree to end slavery in confederate states on September 22, 1862....

Meet Yarrow Mamout

There’s a good chance that the name Yarrow Mamout doesn’t ring a bell when you hear it (hat tip, if it does). But it...

Was Memorial Day Started By Blacks?

According to a Yale historian, the origin of Memorial Day, the last Monday in May set aside to commemorate Americans who died fighting for...

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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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