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

                                               Thurgood                                                                …

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The Scottsboro Boys

  The Scottsboro Boys  The nine African American teenagers were falsely accused of raping two White women in (1931) Alabama.   by DALE RICARDO SHIELDS    “No case has ever caused so much protest or outrage in the history of the United States.” An American Tragedy: The Scottsboro Boys’ Trial SCOTTSBORO BOYS TRIAL AND DEFENSE …

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Debra Byrd

Debra Byrd By Dale Ricardo Shields Page 1 – 5 Debra Byrd is an American actress, educator, and vocalist who has worked with Barry Manilow in and after Lady Flash, Eurythmics, and Bob Dylan appeared on Broadway and serves as the head vocal coach for American Idol, Canadian Idol, and The Voice.  She has also sung backup vocals …

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Emmett Louis Till

Emmett Louis Till***** by Dale Ricardo Shields   Emmett Louis Till, (born July 25, 1941, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.—died August 28, 1955, Money, Mississippi), African American teenager whose murder catalyzed the emerging civil rights movement. Emmett Till. born July 25, 1941. Chicago, Illinois. died August 28, 1955   https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/21/us/remembering-emmett-till-legacy-virtual-reality.html “The murder of Emmett Till in 1955 …

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