African Americans In History – 2016-02-18 Update #

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,09 Sep 2018 in Electoral Politics

The former president is in Orange County to assist Democratic candidates taking over Republican seatsRead Extra

,09 Sep 2018 in Electoral Politics

“Face the Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan sat down with Vp Mike Pence for an interview to air Sunday. The vice

Migrant households separated with the aid of U.S. are refusing reunification over risks: ACLU,09 Sep 2018 in Justice System

Immigrant fogeys separated from their infants by way of the Trump administration and lower back to their buildings are refusing

See hip-hop evolve through photos at the African American History and Culture Museum,09 Sep 2018 in Arts & Entertainment&black entertainers&Black History&Entertainment&Pop Culture&The Arts

Public Enemy in 1987 by Jack Mitchell. (Image courtesy Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture) In the

By removing victims from lynching photos, an artist emphasizes those erased from history,09 Sep 2018 in African American Images&Black History&Black Issues&Genocide

“Erased Lynching Series: der Wild West Show,” (Set 1) by Ken Gonzalez-Day, 2006. (Courtesy of the artist and Luis De

How Washingtonians have shaped and reshaped one neighborhood over more than five decades,09 Sep 2018 in american black politics&Black Activists&Black History&Community&SNCC

Black Power activist Stokely Carmichael, (2nd from left), visiting Barry Farm Dwellings in 1967 with community organizers from the Southeast

Greater variety of African-Americans working for workplace in Arizona,26 Aug 2018 in Black Elected Officials

At least 30 African-Americans are working for places of work in Arizona this 12 months, which some say is as

Black Reconstruction in The US 1860-1880 – Excerpt – W.E.B. Du Bois,12 Mar 2017 in Reconstruction and Post Reconstruction

“One reads the more true deeper records of Reconstruction with despair. It is without delay so primary and human, and

W. E. B. Du Bois Sociologist, Historian, Writer – Founding Father of the NAACP…,12 Mar 2017 in Black History&Black Issues&Black Leaders&black power the politics of liberation in america&books on black politics&New Leader for NAACP&Racial Inequality&Reconstruction and Post Reconstruction&The South

W. E. B. Du Bois (February 23, 1868 — August 27, 1963) Leading Theoretician of African American History  William Edward Burghardt

Black Reconstruction 1,12 Mar 2017 in Affirmative Action

Weirdly, I all started my mission of rereading Du Bois’ 1935 Black Reconstruction every week earlier than HRC’s remarks (see