Japanese-American Internment #WorldWar2

Ansel Adams - "Born Free and Equal: The Story of Loyal Japanese-Americans" (1944) From: https://www.archives.gov/education/lessons/japanese-relocation/ "President Franklin Delano Roosevelt declared that the day of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, would live in infamy. The attack launched the United States fully into the two theaters of the world war. Prior to Pearl... Continue Reading →

#BlackGirlsRock – “Despite Legacy of Racism, Black Women Rock On”

From: http://www.theestablishment.co/2016/07/02/despite-legacy-of-racism-black-women-rock-on/ "On their 1976 self-titled album, funk rock band Mother’s Finest wrote a song ironically titled “Niggizz Can’t Sang Rock n’ Roll.” Founded in the early ‘70s by black vocalists Joyce “Baby Jean” Kennedy and Glenn “Doc” Murdock, Mother’s Finest made a controversial and bold statement against the idea that African Americans couldn’t play... Continue Reading →

“Yes, There Is Racial Bias in Police Shootings”

Written by: Michelle Phelps.  A guest writer on http://www.Scattered.wordpress.com "A new study by Harvard Economist Roland G. Fryer, Jr. hit The Upshot column at the New York Times today, with “surprising new evidence” that there is no racial bias in who gets shot by the police. The study is currently posted as a working paper... Continue Reading →

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