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Archive for August, 2014
 

 
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A Look at the Northern Civil Rights Movement – Part 2

The Civil Rights Movement took root in Chicago thanks to the fearless leadership of men, women and youth who refused to accept the status quo and stood united for change. Through negotiation, litigation and demonstration, these...
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Moses Hall: CEO of MoHall Loft

It is truly amazing when one can make a living off of their creative art. It is a sure sign that you’ve shaken hands, successfully, with art and business. The learning process and the challenges don’t end, however, as an ar...
by LaToya Cross
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Beanie Baby Justice – The Light and The Heavy of the Jail Sentence

I am not a lawyer.  I am confused, John Q. Public. It seems to me that America has a double standard of justice. There is an adage stating that when you go to court you don’t know how you are coming out.  Does it depend o...
by Hermene Hartman
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America’s Favorite Oscar Worthy Black Films

By all accounts, 2013 was a striking year for black film directors. There were eleven films with black filmmakers this year: “12 Years a Slave” (Steve McQueen); “Black Nativity” (Kasi Lemmons); “Baggage Claim” (Davi...
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