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The National Museum of African American History and Culture: Blood and Mortar of African Americans

Long before you get to level four and Chuck Berry’s shining red Cadillac where he was seduced some nights by groups of adoring white teen girls, you pass by the memorial to Emmitt Till, the teenage boy brutally murdered by white men for whistling at a white woman.

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Trump: Trojan Horse and Stalking Horse for Clinton

Donald Trump is a confidence man; he has been able to con himself to the top of the financial world. He has associated with the underworld, benefited and survived. He has pulled the wig over the eyes of the world’s greatest charlatans; left them broke and broken while he celebrated the art of the deals. But the thrill in outwitting other gamers is gone for Trump. Trump has reached the point in his career as a huckster where he thinks he can carry out the ultimate scam.

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Run, Forrest Run

Here; remember the scene in the movie 'Forrest Gump,' when Forrest and his girlfriend Jenny Curran were walking home from school and a Jeep load of young white thugs came after Forrest. To communicate to the theater audience the danger Forrest was in, the film director had the camera focused on the Confederate flag license plate in the front of the Jeep. The Jeep was moving fast, but Forrest was moving faster and Jenny was screaming “Run, Forrest Run.”

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The Devil’s Work In Charleston, South Carolina

The first Africans upon the slave ships destined for the Americas sensed the coming of a great and lasting catastrophe. They had nothing that would protect and fortify them from the coming centuries of bondage and tyranny, so they sent out an exalting wail beseeching God’s mercy. God looked down on them and saw that they had nothing. They were naked and in chains. God in His singular wisdom took the very sound of their lament and turned it into their shield and their weapon, and today we call that sound music.

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