Tomorrow (January 17, 2016) is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. I had never heard of this Sunday observance prior to living in Michigan (2004-2007), and my first experience with it was very interesting. From the pulpit, speaker after speaker, and video after video on the screen talked about the evils of abortion, and as we […]
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In 1976 Black History Month was officially put into place as a part of the United States’ bicentennial celebration. The story of Black History Month actually began in 1926 when the first celebration of Negro History Week took place. Historian, Carter G. Woodson thought it was beneficial for others to be aware of the contributions […]
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Under every presidential administration Cecil would go to the head of the housekeeping staff to demand that African American cooks, butlers and housekeepers, in the White House, be paid the same wages as white workers. Cecil also demanded equal access of opportunities to advance in their professions like their white counterparts. He was denied every […]
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