Breakdances With Wolves: When Hip-Hop Came to Indian Reservations http://gawker.com/breakdances-with-wolves-when-hip-hop-came-to-indian-re-1570730772
While reading Coates, Beckles, et al, on Reparations, consider the story of Luiz Pinto and the Quilombo Movement in Brazil, perhaps the largest Slavery Reparations movement in the world. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/10/brazil-quilombos_n_5572236.html
In nations ravaged by U.S. foreign policy for decades, Child émigrés reap savage harvest and seek refuge in the U.S. Metropole.
DHS: Violence, poverty, is driving children to flee Central America to U.S. | Pew Research Center
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Archeological find in Israel provides NEW evidence for the existence of Kemetic Empire in the Levant.
samoryba-teaching: A Disturbing Family Memento casts a long shadow from a period of racial terror. #WithoutSanctuary #RememberTheNadir http://n.pr/1nZinht
Six little-known people of African descent who defined freedom as we know it today. (N.B. Amenhotep III, Rev. Moses Dickson, Hon. Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Dr. Bhimrao R. Ambedkar, Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop, Dr. Wangari Maathai. These were some of the leaders explored by over 50 students in Morehouse College’s Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership Summer Academy.