Tag: black history month

Freedom in Russia

Russia, how we, well, shiver at thee. I would say ‘love’, but my teeth are chattering too hard. When I think of Russia, I think of cold. Cold and miserable people, and a steady stream of crooked and dictatorial governments since the dawn of the country itself. I think something about the cold makes people

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Shade of Nazis

I know that I just wrote a tribute post for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday. But I was scrolling through the key word “History” in the WordPress reader, and I found this really cool post. Hans Massaquoi, who would one day be the chief editor at Ebony. He may best be known, nowadays,

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