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"We need to look at who has the opportunities. We need to look at -- Obama himself pointed that to us, that you can't have a flourishing Wall Street and a destroyed Main Street. He could have also said, I'm working for the middle class, but we still have poverty. And we cannot divide up … Continue reading Dorothy Height, Civil Rights Hero, Has Died (NPR)
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African Diaspora, Ph.D. has added two new pages: Teaching Resources Teaching resources are posted as found. African Diaspora, Ph.D. does not endorse the websites, lesson plans or outlines listed below. Educators should be critical and are encouraged to post questions, comments and critique below. CFPs (Call for Papers) Calls for Papers found here and there … Continue reading Teaching Resources and CFPs