Tag Archives: Black History Month

Letter from Birmingham Jail, by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

About The U.S. Civil Rights Trail from U.S. Civil Rights Trail on Vimeo. April 16, 1963 Letter From Birmingham Jail Background As the events of the Birmingham Campaign intensified on the city’s streets, Martin Luther King, Jr., composed a letter … Continue reading

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Third Monday In January Of Each Year, Or, President Reagan’s Address on Martin Luther King’s Birthday from the Oval Office, January 15, 1987,

Proclamation 5597 — Martin Luther King, Jr., Day, 1987 January 9, 1987 By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation In celebrating the birthday of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we honor an American who … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Is Dead Now: Should #BlackHistoryMonth Be Eliminated?

Should Black History Month Be Eliminated? That question gets asked every year around this time of year, when we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Some people go so far as to argue that if we don’t … Continue reading

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Shattered Innocence: 5-Star #BookReview:★★★★★ #ASMSG

Synopsis Teek and Angel Kyle and their cousins, Troi and Keisha are beautiful and talented girls on the verge of living exciting lives. That is until their charmed lives take an unforeseen turn that forces them to leave their home. … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Prophet – The Story of Nat Turner #ASMSG #BlackHistoryMonth

Synopsis Nat Turner, born into slavery October 2, 1800, on a Southampton County plantation, became a preacher who stated in his confession he’d been chosen by God to lead slaves from bondage. On August 21, 1831, he led a freedom … Continue reading

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Doctrine of Discovery: The #Catholic Church, the #Slave Trade, and European Colonialism #BlackHistoryMonth

Pope Nicholas V, who reigned from 6 March 1447 until his death in 1455. Born Tommaso Parentucelli, Nicholas was made a cardinal for his diplomatic efforts by Pope Eugene IV. He was a patron of the humanist movement and promoted … Continue reading

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