DISASTER APPEAL: Hurricane Recovery 2018
Frederick Douglass' Freedom
This week in history, formerly enslaved abolitionist Frederick Douglass bluntly criticized the failure of American commitments to "freedom" in several Independence Day addresses. "The Meaning of July 4th for the Negro" was delivered to a ...
fourth of july, frederick douglass, immigrant detention, independence day, slavery
Not Knocking on Heaven’s Door: Black Atheists, Urban America
By Sikivu HutchinsonEditor of blackfemlens.orgLate Saturday afternoon, like clockwork, the street corner preachers on Crenshaw and King Boulevard in South Los Angeles take to the “stage.” Decked out in flowing robes and dreadlocks, they fulminate ...
211 Baker Rd #531Barker TX 77413
Reset password email has been sent.Please check your inbox.