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African American Legacy & History

Remembering & honoring the legacy of the African American Citizens of Gainesville & Hall County

Senator Ted Kennedy

John -- Michelle and I were heartbroken to learn this morning of the death of our dear friend, Senator Ted Kennedy. For nearly five decades, virtually every major piece of legislation to advance the civil rights,...

Reality: Do Whites Support Obama?

  Points to ponder:   Many people are not aware that even though President Obama won the election, he did not win the majority of the white vote in most states that he won. President Obama also...

What If I am A Black Woman?

A really enjoyable recital by a young girl about what it means to be a proud Black Woman. This young girl is very intelligent, eloquent and cute. You will enjoy watching 7 year oldMs....

GHS Class of 72’…First Class that Integrated City Schools

I am calling on all of my class members from the class of 72'...you guys just don't realize what we bring to the table...remember we had to fight at that new school for recognition,...

Separate but Equal ….. Discrimination

Separate but equal From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia"Separate but equal" was a phrase used by attorneys for the NAACP during the Supreme Court litigation of Brown v. Board of Education (1954), to refer to the...

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