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Pending Oct 29
Replying to @TheRightMelissa
Blacks have historically been victims of this so called ‘American Dream’
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TLC-Walker County Chapter Oct 30
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RevWar & Beyond Oct 30
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JAMPilgrimages 4h
On this day in 1945, the Topaz Concentration Camp was officially closed. Photo courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
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Chris | Dartmoor Sheepskins Oct 29
Archaeologists discover 300-year-old slave quarters on a Jesuit plantation in Southern Maryland, USA “To be able to stand in the exact place where my ancestors lived and endured is a powerful experience" Rev. Dante Eubanks
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Andrew Lumish Oct 27
Monument restoration for South Carolina native Union Army Veteran of the American Civil War, the Reverend James Franklin Barnes in Dade City Florida.
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Peter Write. Oct 24
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Ralph Yaniz 1h
is fabulous but I think we understand the as the biggest failure in
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Andrew Lumish Oct 28
Monument restoration for Florida native & United States Army Veteran of the Second World War, Sergeant Armando Diaz in Tampa Florida.
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Hope McIntyre Oct 29
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Liberty & Co. Oct 30
October 30th, 1735, John Adams, 2nd President of the United States. Is born in Braintree, MA to father John Adams, Sr. and mother Susanna Boylston. . . .
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Untold Oct 29
Join us today for our webinar on Teaching The Untold American History with Multimedia at 5PM EDT!
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The National Quilt Museum Oct 28
"Alex" Created by Pauline Salzman as homage to her dad, a tool & die maker. Alex lost his left hand in a 1970 workplace accident, just before OSHA act took effect to protect workers' safety.
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John Jung Oct 27
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BahaiTeachings.org Oct 27
Not long after the conclusion of the American Civil War, Bahaʼu’llah, the prophet and founder of the Faith, addressed a letter to the elected political leaders of the United States of America.
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Privity Oct 27
Polls confirm that presidency, while popular, resulted in sharp racial disharmony & social unrest. World-wide apologies for gave credibility to populations seeking outlets to divide & dissent. Major distrust exists: racial/ legislative/ judicial/ military
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Joseph Kellard 18h
I plan to buy this much-praised book after Dr publishes his follow-up on the Constitution, so that I can read them back to back.
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P🎃PCORNBALLSinDC Oct 29
“He was lynched not because he had done anything wrong, but because he had done everything right.”-Of Julius Perry, “farmer and labor broker who dared register fellow Blacks to vote.”
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Anisa Goforth, PhD, ABPP 13h
I just absolutely love Molly of Denali on . Saturday morning cartoons with my 3-year-old with important discussions of Indian Boarding Schools and historical trauma.
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