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RACIAL ISSUES AND ME – BLACK MEMORABILIA 2

As I write this tonight I feel like I am going to war with a feather duster for a weapon.  When I watch the news I am overwhelmed by the damage being done to our nation under the guise of … Continue reading

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RACISM AND ME – BLACK MEMORABILIA

I’m a collector; at least I was a collector.  Fans, dolls, books, sheet music, magazines, black memorabilia.  The black memorabilia didn’t last long because it was too high priced for my pocketbook!  I was told that it was so high … Continue reading

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RACIAL ISSUES AND ME – DIFFERENCE IN BLACK AND WHITE

POST, Jan. 19, 1960     “THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BLACK AND WHITE” BY A Southern White Woman Teacher in a Negro College (Morehouse College)           I have a few old 50’s and 60’s magazines.  I probably have this one because it … Continue reading

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RACIAL ISSUES AND ME – BACKGROUND

Those who know me at all, know I was rocked in the cradle in Sunday School and Church.  From as early as I can remember we sang Jesus Loves the Little Children.  We had missionaries visit us regularly – with … Continue reading

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INTEGRATED SCHOOL – CHAOS/VICTORY

“We’ll hire you but I suppose you want in the northwest schools, so I’m not sure just where you will be placed,” so said the personnel director. “No,” I replied, “I have a sociology degree and I am interested in … Continue reading

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