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Obama back in DC amid crises, as if he never left - Yahoo News

Obama back in DC amid crises, as if he never left - Yahoo News

Viola Harris is deserving of her Oscar. A beautifully told story of a deeply damaged man and how he affects those around him. Over use of the N word for on my nerves when it was not for dramatic effect.

Fences (2016)

Denzel Washington directs and stars in the upcoming Fences movie, based on the acclaimed by August Wilson. Catch the adaptation in theaters December Pittsburgh's August Wilson

US High School Recites Pledge In Arabic: “One Nation Under Allah” 6/15 http://www.infowars.com/

252 Documented Examples of Barack Obama’s Lying, Lawbreaking, Corruption, Cronyism, etc.

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Racism isn’t over. But policymakers from both parties like to pretend it is.

Barry Deutsch titled "A Concise History of Black-White Relations in the United States Explaining white privilege to a broke white p.

In the middle of a horrific winter storm, in March 1909, William Howard Taft, took the oath of office and reflected on the future of race relations in America. The post Listen To This Snippet Of ” The Rights & Progress Of The Negro” by William Taft. What Are Your Thoughts? appeared first on Black T...In the middle of a horrific winter storm, in March 1909, William Howard Taft, took the oath of office and reflected on the future of race relations in America. The post Listen To This Snippet Of…

In the middle of a horrific winter storm, in March 1909, William Howard Taft, took the oath of office and reflected on the future of race relations in America. The post Listen To This Snippet Of ” The Rights & Progress Of The Negro” by William Taft. What Are Your Thoughts? appeared first on Black T...In the middle of a horrific winter storm, in March 1909, William Howard Taft, took the oath of office and reflected on the future of race relations in America. The post Listen To This Snippet Of…

Fences -- An African-American father struggles with race relations in the United States while trying to raise his family in the 1950s and coming to terms with the events of his life.

Fences (2016)

A working-class African-American father tries to raise his family in the while coming to terms with the events of his life.

An African American father struggles with race relations in the United States while trying to raise his family in the 1950s and coming to terms with the events of his life.

Fences Teaser Trailer Starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis - FSM Media

Langston Hughes, born #OTD in 1902, known for his lyric poetry, often wrote insightful commentaries about African-American culture and race relations in the United States. In this first draft of his 1941 poem, “Ballad of Booker T.," he makes a case for the vindication of educator Booker T. Washington (1856-1915), the former slave and founder of Tuskegee Institute (1881) and the National Negro Business League (1900) who was harshly criticized by many people for emphasizing vocational…

Langston Hughes, born #OTD in 1902, known for his lyric poetry, often wrote insightful commentaries about African-American culture and race relations in the United States. In this first draft of his 1941 poem, “Ballad of Booker T.," he makes a case for the vindication of educator Booker T. Washington (1856-1915), the former slave and founder of Tuskegee Institute (1881) and the National Negro Business League (1900) who was harshly criticized by many people for emphasizing vocational…

The former helped create the United States of America; the latter betrayed it.

The former helped create the United States of America; the latter betrayed it.

A researcher says there is a "generation gap" between old and young blacks, whose perspectives on race relations in the United States are often at odds, colored by the "popular media."

A researcher says there is a "generation gap" between old and young blacks, whose perspectives on race relations in the United States are often at odds, colored by the "popular media."

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