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With the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom approaching, I reflect and am eternally grateful for the labor and sacrifices of the men and women who marched and dedicated their lives to the fight for freedom and equality for all. Born in the 80's, I am a beneficiary of the Civil Rights movement; groundwork that was being done on my behalf to ensure rights that many were denied, that I am able to exercise today. Because of Them, We Can.... Just as their work impacted me, their work and the work being done now, impacts...
Arkansas Senior Gets Accepted to 45 Colleges, Receives Over $1.5M in Scholarship Offers, And Earns Highest GPA in His School’s History
100 Years Later, Oldest Living Survivors of Tulsa Race Massacre Testify Before Congress To Seek Justice
UCLA Gymnasts Grace The Cover of Essence’s ‘Girls United’ Digital Platform
Maryland Archaeologists Discover Harriet Tubman’s Father’s Home
After More Than Three Decades, House Judiciary Committee Finally Set To Vote On Slavery Reparations Bill