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Iforcolor takes a look back into history.

Thurgood Marshall: Revolutionizing the Concept of Precedence in the Supreme Court

                                      Thurgood                                                                        …

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Emmett Louis Till by Thinh H. Truong

Emmett Louis Till by Thinh H. Truong Edited by Dale Ricardo Shields Part I: The Unfortunate Trip In a morning of 1955, Robert Hodges, who was fishing at Tallahatchie Lake in Mississippi, found an unknown object floating on the surface.[1] Closer and closer, he was terrified that it was a dead body. That was Emmett …

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Benjamin Banneker-Abolitionist, Inventor, and Intellectual by Elizabeth Cohan-Lawson

Benjamin Banneker   Abolitionist, Inventor, and Intellectual by Elizabeth Cohan-Lawson  Edited and revised by Dale Shields “My whole life has been a mathematical proof of what a black man can do.” – Benjamin Banneker   In Stevie Wonder’s 1976 track, Black Man, the lyrics profess: “First clock to be made/ In America was created by a …

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Slavery Portal

SLAVERY >>>>>>>>                                Slavery is a system under which people are treated as property to be bought and sold, and are forced to work.[1]      Slaves can be held against their will from the time of their capture, purchase or birth, …

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