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Mar 21 – Apr 03, 2024
 
 
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#Africa4Haiti #DontForgetHaiti

Africa owes a great debt to Haiti as the pioneering state in the African liberation movement, the only state in history established by a successful slave revolt. I, Meredith Beal, and my colleague, Edward Githaiga Muito, formed the unity initiative Africa4Haiti as a cultural diplomacy effort.
 
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Frederick Douglass' Lecture on Haiti

Click to hear Nathan Richardson's reenactment of a Douglass' speech. Here are some quotes from the abbreviated speech: "The people of Haiti should be respected by the Colored people more than all others." "The freedom that has come to the Colored race the world over is largely due to the brave stand taken by the sons of Haiti."
 
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Stories of God Using Women to Do What Men Were Afraid to Do

Second, this is by far my most favorite story about women in history, but there are more that go against the misogynistic norms of the Bible. The book of Numbers chapter 27 tells the story of five Israelite sisters whose names were Machlah, Noa, Choglah, Milkah, and Tirtzah.
 
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Coming to DC: The Clara and Its Islamic History

The new complex will be on the very grounds once home to Shabazz Bakery, Muhammad Mosque #4, Muhammad Ali's Champs Gourmet Cookies, a Sister Clara Muhammad School, and the groundbreaking America's Islamic Heritage Museum. The Clara will include ground level retail space and house the new permanent home of America's Islamic Heritage Museum, which will hold an Iftar Fundraiser, Thursday, March 28, 6:30p at the Martin Luther King Library. 

 
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Another Chance to Become Acquainted with a Black Unsung Heroe

Loren Miller and 15 other Black people, among them poet Langston Hughes, were invited to the Soviet Union to co–write a film about "Negro life" in the U.S. The Soviet Union visit energized Miller, a committed Marxist. Hassan surmises that his politics might have stalled Miller's legal career. Miller ultimately became a California municipal judge.
 
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15 Cancer Warning Signs You Should Know

With so many different types of cancers, it can be hard to know what you should keep a close eye on. But according to the American Cancer Society, there are 15 common warning signs:
 
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Activities

Of course, we won't miss this online presentation sent to us by a reader: The Atlantic Slave Trade and the Cycle of Resistance along the Gambia River in the 18th Century. If we were in Houston, a visit to the The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection at the Holocaust Museum Houston would be a must. If in Metro Washington and you like dancing, the Ladies Styling Classes for Salsa & Bachata takes place in Glen Burnie and Zumba Fitness Classes in Hyattsville.
 
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Readers' Trends

POH Publisher Wayne Young is always humbled when his image is popular, but remains amazed that CR Gibbs' "The Mystery of Abubakari II's Voyage" remains the most sought after article of ours on the internet for the 27th issue. We have a podcast with Gibbs on Abubakari as well. The #1 article amongst subscribers surprised us and yet another posting concerning Fani Willis engaged our growing Facebook followers.
 
 
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