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Freedom to Travel | PBS

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Dave Quinn, PBS One of 436 Freedom Riders in 1961. Credit: Getty Images. Featured Image he victory won by the Freedom Riders was decisive and unambiguous, expanding the freedom of African-Americans to travel through the United States. Since the institution of Jim Crow laws at the close of the 19th century, African-Americans in the South had been forced to endure […]
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Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, Models of Power for Black Women | The New York Times Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, and what they revealed in 2018 about how power is gained and thwarted.">Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, Models of Power for Black Women | The New York Times Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, and what they revealed in 2018 about how power is gained and thwarted.

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Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, and what they revealed in 2018 about how power is gained and thwarted.
Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, Models of Power for Black Women | The New York Times Michelle Obama and Stacey Abrams, and what they revealed in 2018 about how power is gained and thwarted." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Dawoud Bey: 40 Years of Photos Affirming the ‘Lives of Ordinary Black People’ | The New York Times A new retrospective book “Seeing Deeply” reveals his decades-long exploration of community, memory and photography.">Dawoud Bey: 40 Years of Photos Affirming the ‘Lives of Ordinary Black People’ | The New York Times A new retrospective book “Seeing Deeply” reveals his decades-long exploration of community, memory and photography.

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A new retrospective book “Seeing Deeply” reveals his decades-long exploration of community, memory and photography.
Dawoud Bey: 40 Years of Photos Affirming the ‘Lives of Ordinary Black People’ | The New York Times A new retrospective book “Seeing Deeply” reveals his decades-long exploration of community, memory and photography." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Man who challenged Kroger shooting suspect says ‘I cherish every day’ | Courier Journal "Nowhere is safe, so that now just leaves me with always keeping my head on a swivel,"">Man who challenged Kroger shooting suspect says ‘I cherish every day’ | Courier Journal "Nowhere is safe, so that now just leaves me with always keeping my head on a swivel,"

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"Nowhere is safe, so that now just leaves me with always keeping my head on a swivel,"
Man who challenged Kroger shooting suspect says ‘I cherish every day’ | Courier Journal "Nowhere is safe, so that now just leaves me with always keeping my head on a swivel,"" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

How ‘Gardening While Black’ Almost Landed This Detroit Man in Jail | The New York Times A black man started an urban farm in his old neighborhood. Three white women called the police repeatedly, accusing him of threatening them. The case went to court.">How ‘Gardening While Black’ Almost Landed This Detroit Man in Jail | The New York Times A black man started an urban farm in his old neighborhood. Three white women called the police repeatedly, accusing him of threatening them. The case went to court.

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A black man started an urban farm in his old neighborhood. Three white women called the police repeatedly, accusing him of threatening them. The case went to court.
How ‘Gardening While Black’ Almost Landed This Detroit Man in Jail | The New York Times A black man started an urban farm in his old neighborhood. Three white women called the police repeatedly, accusing him of threatening them. The case went to court." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More