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There is no middle ground between fact and fiction on the election results Opinion by the Editorial Board https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/there-is-no-middle-ground-between-fact-and-fiction-on-the-election-results/2020/12/18/0b0cd7f6-40b0-11eb-9453-fc36ba051781_story.html
The Art of African Agency against German Imperial Agendas, 1900 BCE-2018 CE Dedication This brief presentation is dedicated to the lives of the too-often overlooked victims of Germany’s Scramble for African land— the Herero, Namaqua and KhoiSan— and Afro-German people in their quest for freedom, justice and the fullest expression of their human potential. Introduction Continue reading “Black Athletes Against Empire:”
Dear friends, Morehouse College’s Africana Studies Program in collaboration with Friends of the Congo-Atlanta is proud to announce a Memorial for Patrice Lumumba on Friday, January 17 at 5:55 PM in African American Hall of Fame. At 5:55 pm, we will gather at the Martin Luther King, Jr, monument to offer libation and then proceed upstairsContinue reading “Memorial for Patrice Lumumba at Morehouse College”
An annotated copy of the Whistleblower Complaint on Trump’s Attempted Extortion of Ukraine from July 2019. http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/09/26/us/politics/whistle-blower-complaint.html
While the examples of Frederick Douglass or John C. Fremont Project are more principled than #Lincoln, I admire these three Republicans for taking a stance against the empty faith of Trumpism. Too bad they are not in Congress to wage the fight on that front. http://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/17/opinion/lincoln-project.html
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