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MrCharley Jul 13
1928 Born 7/13 . served as the Chief Justice of the Pa Supreme Court from 1984 to 1996. Nix was the first Chief Justice of any state's highest court, and the first African American to be elected to statewide office in Pa. He died 8/23/2003
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Mark Van Patten 21h
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African Equal Jul 15
What a mighty nation, we will be, if we encourage one another? * * * *
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#HousetheHomeless 8h
Let's review, passed 1st step act. What did do for ANYONE in community during his 8 years?
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ЅUℕ•ℬℰᎯℕ Jul 15
Art from the African American museum 🥰😘
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Charles Adler 9h
does have some support. But less tonight than last night.
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TheAriesKid (Mario) Jul 9
I encourage every whether cops are called on you or you are pulled over by them, pull you phone out and start recording immediately. If your life is taken for no reason at all, it is recorded. Slaves never had the privilege.
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Honor2 23h
racially profiles customer in . Don’t buy from !
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AlishaGray M.S.,M.P.H. Jul 15
Replying to @ScholarNagaMama
A 'word to the wise'...when co-opting the Sociologicalwork of others in communities, you may wish to be careful that an obvious exploitation of this same work does not become painfully obvious...
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KISA Public Radio Jul 14
on : UN South Sudan radio journalist 06_50. Thank you for listening.
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Williams Kevin Adzasah 19h
Hello guys !!!!! I can’t stop watching this very movie 🎥 . Great work done ✅ my African Queens 🇬🇭 🇺🇸. Year of Return. Greetings from Ghana 🇬🇭. Your homeland. We love you all ❤️❤️. . and
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ManceWriter Jul 11
This Summer, we will have our first .
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afrohorror Jul 12
In the studio recording season 1 of AFRO Horror! Keep an eye out for the first three episodes premiering on July 24th!
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Gordon Rupe 22h
A who supports is like an who supports slavery.
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KISA Public Radio 3h
on : State of the Re:Union - SOTRU Short: A New Orleans Church Memorializes Murder Victims. Thank you for listening.
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Yoohoo Jul 14
Replying to @YoohooNews
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afrohorror Jul 17
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7 Seals Of The End Jul 17
We are all one race, THE HUMAN . We all bleed the same. each other WE ARE ALL GODS CHILDREN CHRIST DIED FOR US ALL
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Library of Virginia Jul 17
The 2nd woman & 1st to win an Olympic gold for 100-meter hurdles, Benita Mosley is today a highly visible telecoms executive. Inducted into the VA Sports Hall of Fame & the U of Tennessee's Lady Volunteers Hall of Fame, she's our pick
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NAMI Massachusetts Jul 16
If you are an African American your concerns or experiences and how you understand and cope with conditions may be different. This page focuses on how mental health affects the community and how to find help.
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