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Little Known Black History Fact: Trayvon Martin

The shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin took place five years in Sanford, Fla., igniting a flurry of activism and discussion on race matters in America. The tragic shooting at the hands of volunteer night watchman George Zimmerman and his 2013 acquittal gave birth to the Black Lives Matter movement, along with a renewed focus…

via Little Known Black History Fact: Trayvon Martin — Black America Web

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Life is not always like chess. Just because you have the king surrounded, don’t think he is not capable of hurting you.

Ron Livingston

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MY BLACK HISTORY MONTH POST

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Drop some comments.. we wanna know what you guys think. Also, Part 2 will be coming! 

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Sunny’s Ladies Round Table

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Join Sunny, Quiahna & Neisha Thursday @10pm (est) at the #LadiesRoundTable as we discuss issues from our point of view. Click this link to stream it live: BlogTalkRadio

* Pros & Cons of Child Support
* Getting advice on how to be a single parent.
* Why is everything our fault?
* Self Esteem: Complimenting Other Women
* Dating

This is sure to be a great discussion and feel free to call in (657) 383-1155. Phone lines open up at 10:15pm (est). Also we will be live tweeting @gft_radio G.F.T Radio

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RALPH ELLISON QUOTE

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“there is a old Negro tradition which teaches one to deflect racial provocation and to master and contain pain. It is a tradition which abhors as obscene any trading on one’s own anguish for gain or sympathy; which springs not from a desire to deny the harshness of existence but from a will to deal with it as men at their best have always done” – RALPH ELLISON

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