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Revolutionary truths about slavery in Williamsburg (The Virginian-Pilot)
Loading… Valarie Holmes, an interpreter for Colonial Williamsburg portrays ‘Sally’, a slave of Martha Washington.
Obama'S 2012 Game Plan: How can the president rev up and… (Free Republic)
It was a rare confessional moment for Barack Obama. At a Miami fundraiser in mid-June, the president acknowledged that it’s ‘not as cool’ as it was in 2008 to support him.
Huh? Shaunie O’Neal Says a oeBasketball Wivesa Is a oeUpliftinga (WDBZ-AM Cincinnati)
Huh? Shaunie O’Neal Says “Basketball Wives” Is “Uplifting” Previous Post by WDBZ 1230am in National on Jul 4, 2011 at 1:05 PM Tweet Shaunie O’Neal, ex-wife of Shaquille O’Neal and executive producer of VH1’s reality show “Basketball Wives” recently wrote a letter to CNN about how she feels shows like “Basketball Wives” are meant to “uplift” …
Ex-slave’s descendants prosper in Bay Area (San Jose Mercury News)
Vallejo native Michelle Williams-Jackson said she’s always known her family was filled with “firsts,” but didn’t fully appreciate the significance of that until she grew up.
Fun Facts about the Founders Part III: The African-Americans (Family First)
With the revisionist history that abounds, many times, our children only learn about the most recent of the great black Americans who have blessed this country with their hard work and sacrifice, such as Martin Luther King Jr .
Changing lives is legacy of retired school administrator (The Asheville Citizen-Times)
Changing lives is No. 1 legacy of former Metro Schools administrator Ralph Thompson Student safety, discipline are issues awaiting replacement Comments Ralph Thompson, past assistant superintendent of student services, reflects on his years with Metro Schools.
The Importance Of Breast Cancer Screening Should Be Emphasized By Health Providers (Medical News Today)
Main Category: Breast Cancer Also Included In: Preventive Medicine Article Date: 04 Jul 2011 – 0:00 PDT opinions Wayne State University researchers believe medical practitioners can help reduce the number of breast cancer deaths among low-income African-American women by more effectively educating their patients about the importance of mammography …