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Black History Month: A Look at African American Social Service Pioneers

By / February 7, 2019 / / 0 Comments

This month is Black History Month. To celebrate we are going to share facts about African American Leaders who were integral in providing or creating social services that still serve people today. Mary Church Terrell (1864-1954) Born to former slaves, Mary Church Terrell is known best for championing racial discrimination and women’s suffrage in the […]

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Fair Housing Act Celebrates 50 Years

By / November 2, 2018 / , , / 0 Comments

The Fair Housing Act of 1968 protects people from discrimination when purchasing, renting, seeking housing assistance, getting a mortgage or engaging in other housing related activities (1). This groundbreaking legislation  it occurred during the Civil Right Movement,  and was signed into order by Lyndon B. Johnson a week after the assassination of Martin Luther King […]

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Black History Month

By / February 1, 2018 / , / 0 Comments

This month we not only learn about the origins and environments black people endured in this country, but we also commemorate those who  sacrificed, dedicated, and created various inventions, political reform, music, etc. to make life more enjoyable for all.  We celebrate Black History to acknowledge the roots of African Americans and  the brilliance that […]

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Great MLK

By / January 16, 2018 / , / 0 Comments

Martin Luther King Jr was born on January 15th 1929. Every year, the nation pays tribute to his efforts towards equality and justice for all, but these are not the only reasons we love Martin so much. Here’s 10 things you probably didn’t know about the amazing Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s […]

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