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‘Behind the Movement’ earns NAACP Image Awards spotlight

LOS ANGELES, CA-Untold stories like the one brought to life about a group of regular folks who helped carve out the start of the Civil Rights Movement in TV One’s Behind the Movement, are narratives that are often overlooked and forgotten about. Actor Isaiah Washington, one of the stars of Behind the Movement, said these […]

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Remembering our Blackness

African Americans have lost their blackness. As a race, the identity crisis of this group people shifted somewhere in the early and mid-70s and never came back. Once the Civil Rights Movement era claimed victory for blacks through the action of the Voting Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the dismantling […]

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Remembering the Life and Murder of Emmett Till

By Dennis J. Freeman Black History Month Feature We can never forget of the anguish and terror Mamie Till Mobley felt as she went through the horrific details of identifying the body of her 14-year-old son, Emmett Till. It is in those details that should serve as a constant reminder what it was like […]

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