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Posts Tagged with "African heritage"

Inspired to BMOER

October 3, 2013

Black Mobilization Organization Education Richmond (BMOER) is a Black organization founded in 2007 by Jovanka Beckles to fill the void she saw in Richmond, California, of organized progressive social activism in the Black community. Like most other Black organizations in Richmond, we want more jobs, a better economy and improved health for our community members.

Chavez’ legacy, African solidarity and the African American people

April 13, 2013

President Comandante Hugo Chavez Frias will be remembered for his efforts in the transformation of Venezuela and Latin America away from the dominance of United States imperialism. Chavez championed socialism, national liberation and international solidarity. He reaffirmed the indigenous and African roots of Venezuelan and Latin American culture and society.

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Wanda’s Picks for May

May 1, 2009

Shout out to First Lady Michelle Obama, who presented the bust of Queen Mother Sojourner Truth, a woman who experienced first hand the hardships of slavery, yet emerged strong, so strong she had to remind America she too was a woman, a woman deserving all the respect and honor reserved for privileged white women.

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Obama’s time

February 3, 2009

With poise and considerable grace, Barack Hussein Obama took the stage of history and tried to turn a mammoth page in the book of America’s national life.

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