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Posted in African AMerican History Bands Black Power Civil Rights Gil Scott Heron History music Subversives White Privledge

Subversive Bands, Part Three: Gil Scott Heron, “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”

The revolution will not be a re-run brothers.

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Posted in History Immigration Ozawa v US Supreme Court Cases Trump US History White Privledge

What You Need To Know About Immigration: Ozawa v. United States

Race was a location, not a biology.

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Posted in 1920s African AMerican History Art dance France History LGBTQ+ people’s history Women's History

Singer, Dancer, Superstar, Spy: Josephine Baker

before the was Beyonce, there was Josephine Baker

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10 Innocent People Who Were Executed, Part Four

I wish you could get the rage from your hearts and you could see the truth and get rid of the hatred.

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Posted in Business History Leadership Presidents US History Washington

Leadership Secrets of Great Presidents You Need for Business, Part One: George Washington

Great Leaders have seven essential traits.

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Posted in History Presidents Progressives war WW1

War Is A Lie: The War To End All Wars

“We seek no material compensation”

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10 Innocent People Who Were Executed, Part Three

“I was tried and convicted on bogus testimony.”

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What You Need To Know About Immigration, Part One: The Meaning of the 14th Amendment

When equality fails, so too fails America.

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10 Innocent People Who Were Executed, Part Two

No fingerprints, and an alibi does not equal a corrupt police informant.

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Subversive Bands, Part Two: Jim Morrison and the Doors

“…it is the filthiest and most vulgar thing the human mind could possible conceive.”

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10 Innocent People Who Were Executed, Part One: Carlos De Luna

If such an event had occurred … the innocent’s name would be shouted from the rooftops.

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Three Great Fights of Muhammad Ali: Part One, Ali v. Sonny Liston (1964)

Call me by my name.