But as the person he asked to write his story, I should’ve thanked him.

Dad in Atlantic City, 1954

In the wake of the Capitol Riot and at the dawn of a new Presidency, the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. take on a new meaning.

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75 years ago, Black veterans fought for America. They returned home and had to keep fighting.

WWII Surrender Ceremony aboard U.S.S. Missouri, September 2, 1945, National Archives photo via Wikimedia Commons

Our nation’s classrooms have always been at the center of social and political battles but it’s time to change that.

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Remembering the Black Navy sailor who began the dismantling of racism in the military.

Mess Attendant 2nd Class Doris Miller, May 1942 (photo via National Archives)

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