Tag Archives: Discrimination

NAACP Prez Rachel Dolezal Believes She’s a Black Woman

NAACP Prez Rachel Dolezal Believes She’s a Black Woman

After years of oppression and discrimination that black people have endured, a white woman has benefited from these atrocities.  Born and raised as a white person, Rachel Dolezal who’s the President of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington, appears to genuinely believe she’s actually a black woman.

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48 FUNKIN’ YEARS 4 THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY!

48 FUNKIN’ YEARS 4 THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY!

Let’s reminisce a little… I’m an O.G. (older gentleman) and as I recollect, I remember the 70s being my favorite decade, and I will tell you why. The music, the club scene, the dances, and so on – and I could just go on, and on. Why this particular time, rather than some others was more enjoyable to me personally, is easy to explain.

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The Scurlock Studio and Black Washington: Picturing The Promise

The Scurlock Studio and Black Washington: Picturing The Promise

Addison Scurlock and his sons spent much of the twentieth century photographing leaders, lumniaries, and local Washingtonians. From the original Scurlock Studio on U Street to the Custom Craft Studio and the Capitol School of Photography, the Scurlocks’ imagery was viewed and shared by thousands of people.

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