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Opening Day at the Museum of African-American History

WASHINGTON — They arrived here by the thousands in rented buses and on foot, in wheelchairs and strollers, with church groups and college friends. Multiple generations of African-Americans came to review the arc of

George Washington Williams 1849 to 1891 – Human Rights Activist – Investigative Journalist

George Washington Williams was born in 1849 in Bedford Springs, Pennsylvania, to Thomas and Ellen Rouse Williams. The state had abolished slavery after the American Revolution. He was the oldest of four children; his brothers

SANDERS “VOTERS SHOULDN’T HAVE TO CHOOSE AGAINST SOMEBODY”

BERNIE SANDERS SAYS VOTERS SHOULDN'T HAVE TO CHOOSE AGAINST SOMEBODY Bernie Sanders told reporters Saturday that he is running for president because he wanted voters to have a "real choice," and he specifically mentioned his primary opponent Hillary Clinton's

Witness to SF police shooting says victim had hands in pockets

A witness to the fatal police shooting of Alejandro “Alex” Nieto in a San Francisco park said Thursday that Nieto had his hands in his jacket pockets when officers opened fire, contradicting the testimony of

Paul Robeson – Black History Month 2016 – Athlete, Civil Rights Activist, Actor, Football Player, Singer & Lawyer

Paul Robeson - Black History Month 2016 - Athlete, Civil Rights Activist, Actor, Football Player, Singer, Lawyer (1898–1976) Born on April 9, 1898, in Princeton, New Jersey, Paul Robeson went on to become a stellar

Jeb Bush drops out of the Republican race for president

Haunted by his famous last name and perpetually stuck in the shadows of his anti-establishment rivals, Jeb Bush repeatedly confronted rejection by voters and frustrating setbacks throughout the 2016 presidential race. In South Carolina Saturday