Did you know that a white woman- with ties to Philadelphia – was one of the worst slavery monster in U.S. history

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Did you know that a white woman – with ties to Philadelphia – was one of the worst slavery monster in U.S. history? Historians refer to her as a major conductor of the “Reverse Underground Railroad.” Irefer to her as the “Reverse Harriet Tubman.” In the 1820s in Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, Patty (aka Lucretia […]

Buhari and Dasuki: managing perceptions

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While millions of Nigerians want the twins;  Corruption and Impunity, caught, tied up, flogged and severely disabled, they also want  this to be done within the boundaries of law, and accountability. The question is whether this administration realizes it or not. The revelations from the Department of State Security (DSS) and the former National Security […]

Third Woman Who Police Claim Committed Suicide While In Police Custody Is Part Of Long Line Of Mysterious Deaths

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Before Sandra Bland and Kindra Chapman, Kimberlee Randall King was allegedly found dead from hanging herself while in police custody. Her death and many others are linked to a string of “mysterious” hanging deaths of Black women while in police custody. There have also been a number of deaths of Black men and Black women […]

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Body Shaming Black Female Athletes Is Not Just About Race

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Source: Time.com Date: 7/20/2015 Byline: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Body Shaming Black Female Athletes Is Not Just About Race Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Body Shaming Black Female Athletes Is Not Just About Race Kareem Abdul-Jabbar@kaj33 Julian Finney—Getty Images Serena Williams celebrates after winning the Final of the Ladies Singles against Garbine Muguruza of Spain during the day 12 of […]

Glitches bedevil President’s House

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Source: Philadelphia Inquirer Date: September 25, 2011 Byline: Stephan Salisbury Glitches bedevil President’s House The President’s House is broken. That should not come as a surprise to most of the tens of thousands of visitors who have passed through the exhibition and slavery memorial on Independence Mall. More often than not, they’ve been greeted by blank […]