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“Captain Bill” Could Mean Safe Harbor for Bronzeville

Posted August 16, 2013 by Other

  (Photo Credit: Dawn Kish) By Carole A. Parks The 50-knot winds and waves 30-feet high besieged Captain William “Bill” Pinkney’s 47-foot cutter for 48 hours, knocking it over twice and disabling most of his instruments.  If he survived, thousands of miles and countless months (two in total isolation) still lay ahead.  Surely this qualified […]

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Discussion On Role Elders Played In Civil Rights Movement & DuSable Museum Activities

Posted November 9, 2014 by David Smallwood

                                                              Three heavyweight organizations – the Chicago Public Library, the Chicago Metro History Fair, and the Vivian G. Harsh Society – are coming together to […]

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Racism: Nigger, Niggah, Ninja

Posted May 22, 2014 by ndigo

By Lorenzo Clemons There seems to be a great consternation about the recent episode of a powerful person expressing views that most felt were gone with the election of the first African American President.  Sadly it is not the case of disappearing racial insensitivity and down right racism being put on display in many parts […]

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