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OP-ED: A Right To Question
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OP-ED: A Right To Question

By Dr. R. Kenny Leblanc Dr. R. Kenny Leblanc is a communication and governance professor in the South Florida area….

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Obama’s Moment of Clarity
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Obama’s Moment of Clarity

By Jean McGianni Celestin

Barack Obama’s reflections on Trayvon Martin marked a singular moment in the history of the American presidency.

Nat Turner: Reclaiming the Legacy of an American Hero
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Nat Turner: Reclaiming the Legacy of an American Hero

By Jean McGianni Celestin

There is a horrible crime taking place inside America’s classrooms and in many arenas where information is disseminated. The nation’s rugged journey through an indecent past has been transcribed into a magical story that buries the horrors African-Americans have been forced to endure for more than 400 years.

Barack Obama and the Myth of Black Leadership
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Barack Obama and the Myth of Black Leadership

By Jean McGianni Celestin

For many Americans, Barack Obama’s victory over Mitt Romney was a monumental accomplishment. It alleviated the qualms of those dealing with unemployment and unaffordable healthcare, and insured personal liberties like women’s right-to-choose and same-sex marriages would receive more thoughtful deliberation at the federal level.

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