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Reader’s spotlight #5: “The Invisible War”

By Jackson Adams | December 18, 2020 | Comments Off on Reader’s spotlight #5: “The Invisible War”

“The Black Seminole saga is the most important untold story in American history… The U.S. Army fought a war with escaped [formerly enslaved Africans) 10 years before the Civil War, […]

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Reader’s spotlight #4: “The Unconquered”

By Jackson Adams | December 11, 2020 | Comments Off on Reader’s spotlight #4: “The Unconquered”

It is important for people to know their history and where they come from, so that they know where they are going and can plan for the future.  In Dr. […]

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Reader’s Spotlight #3: “Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust”

By Jackson Adams | December 9, 2020 | Comments Off on Reader’s Spotlight #3: “Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust”

Christopher Columbus is revered throughout North America and Europe. There are streets named after him and Americans have even gone as far as to give him a national holiday. In […]

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Reader’s Spotlight #2: “The Case Against Masks”

By Jackson Adams | December 1, 2020 | Comments Off on Reader’s Spotlight #2: “The Case Against Masks”

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors of the book being reviewed and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the […]

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Thanksgiving 2020: Thank you Abraham Lincoln!

By Ted Behr | November 25, 2020 | Comments Off on Thanksgiving 2020: Thank you Abraham Lincoln!

Lincoln’s Civil War Thanksgiving Prayer applies today Among the aspects of life and persons we can be thankful for this week is Abraham Lincoln!   One can add to the well-known […]

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Reader’s Spotlight #1: “Melanin: What Makes Black People Black”

By Jackson Adams | November 20, 2020 | Comments Off on Reader’s Spotlight #1: “Melanin: What Makes Black People Black”

What is melanin? In the most basic sense, it is a natural brown to black skin pigment in the skin, hair, and eye irises of people and animals (melanin can […]

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From Pakistan to Philadelphia

By Ted Behr | November 20, 2020 | Comments Off on From Pakistan to Philadelphia

Maria’s journey for educational opportunity   It’s a long way from the Swat Valley in northwestern Pakistan to Philadelphia – some 7000 miles.  That’s quite a distance to get an education!  […]

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Gun Buy-back & Bucks for Bullets – October 24

By Evon Burton | October 16, 2020 | Comments Off on Gun Buy-back & Bucks for Bullets – October 24

Sponsors:  Phila. FIGHT & Mann Up Assoc.  Philadelphia Fight will co-produce a Gun Buyback and Bucks for Bullets event at the Moore’s Memorial Baptist Church, 1421 W Dauphin Street on […]

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You Can Still Register to Vote! Deadline: October 19

By Ted Behr | October 16, 2020 | Comments Off on You Can Still Register to Vote! Deadline: October 19

Online Registration is easy and quick! Election Day is just 18 days away, and former President Barack Obama is urging voters to register, request online vote-by-mail ballot, and cast their […]

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Mütter Medical Museum Opens Again For In-Person Tours

By Ted Behr | September 30, 2020 | Comments Off on Mütter Medical Museum Opens Again For In-Person Tours

Philadelphia’s unique Mütter medical museum has opened again for in-person tours, seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.   Located at 19 South 22nd Street, the Mütter invites […]

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