Wyatt Tee Walker, Dr. King’s Strategist and a Harlem Leader, Dies at 88 | The New York Times “If it wasn’t for Birmingham, there wouldn’t have been a Selma march, there wouldn’t have been a 1965 civil rights bill."

“If it wasn’t for Birmingham, there wouldn’t have been a Selma march, there wouldn’t have been a 1965 civil rights bill.”

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New Studies Find That Positive Feelings About Blackness Improve Academic Performance for Black Girls | The Root “We found that feeling positive about being Black, and feeling support and belonging at school, may be especially important for African-American girls’ classroom engagement and curiosity...”

“We found that feeling positive about being Black, and feeling support and belonging at school, may be especially important for African-American girls’ classroom engagement and curiosity…”

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Fountain Street Church, George Bayard collaborate to bring “African American Artists Tell the Story” to community | CulturedGR An exhibit of 10 African American artists’ work, from local to nationally known, opened January 7, with a reception Tuesday, January 16. The exhibit presents work that places African American experience in the context of the American experience.

An exhibit of 10 African American artists’ work, from local to nationally known, opened January 7, with a reception Tuesday, January 16. The exhibit presents work that places African American experience in the context of the American experience.

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