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Our Children Can Soar: A Celebration of Rosa, Barack, and the...

Our Children Can Soar: A celebration of Rosa, Barack and the Pioneers of Change, is a magical, unforgettable book. Written by author and editor...

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Shackles From the Deep: Tracing the Path of a Sunken Slave...

Although Black history is important, this importance does not make certain details any easier to digest. Case-in-point: Publitzer prize-winning author and Journalist, Michael H....

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9th Grader Invents New Surgical Procedure!

Tony D. Hansberry, II was a 9th grader at Carnell Cookman School of Medical Arts in Jacksonville, Florida when he invented a project that...

George Washington Carver (National Geographic Readers)

There is a wonderful series of leveled readers out there, and it features great bios from history. Today's feature is a book called George...

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Prince Rogers Nelson Dies at Age 57!

The legendary musical genius, Prince Rogers Nelson -- aka, "Prince", was found "unresponsive" in one of the elevators at his Paisley Park estate at...

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Talk to ‘Em: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Getting a Grant (But Were Afraid to Ask)

EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT GETTING A GRANT (BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK) 21...

Talk to ‘Em: Writers, Find Your Tools and Use Them

After a pretty hectic start to 2017, I’m finally able to sit down and write...

Meet Jacqueline Fountain, Inventor of Uro-Grip Technology!

Hello History Lovers, We have all, at one time or another, had to go to the...

Meet DeVon Cooper and His Brainchild: INIQUITY!

Hello History Fans, Today we bring you an interview with rising Independent Filmmaker DeVon Cooper, the...

Muhammad Ali: A Champion is Born

It’s hard to believe “The Greatest” is gone. It’s even harder to believe the world...