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FINANCIAL SHACKLES STILL IN PLACE

[contentblock id=1 img=gcb.png] by Charlene Crowell NNPA Columnist

From 1865’s Emancipation Proclamation to 1954’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education, and 1965’s voting rights legislation, Black Americans have vigilantly fought for freedom.

Celebrations of our milestone moments convey our unique American history. By embracing our history, we teach our youth and remind older ones...

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TO BE EQUAL

TO BE EQUAL
Since 1963, the high school completion gap has closed by 57 percentage points. There are more than triple the number of Blacks enrolled in college. And for every college graduate in 1963, there are now 5.
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THE PARABLE OF THE TALENTS – 21ST CENTURY STYLE

THE PARABLE OF THE TALENTS – 21ST CENTURY STYLE
God gave Black people 900 billion talents. He gave Hispanic people 700 billion talents. He gave Asian people 400 billion talents. He left us alone for one year and then returned to see what we had done with our talents.
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