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1 Our Challenge During Black History Month: Resistance to Ignorance By Julianne Malveaux
2 We Cannot Accept Mass Murder By Jesse Jackson
3 Divisions Set in Concrete and Pavement By Ben Jealous
4 February 1, 2023 By Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq. (Ret.)
5 Ebony Magazine Publisher’s Statement on Black on Black Crime Still Relevant 46 Years Later By A. Peter Bailey
6 Black Officers Upholding Our Black Heritage By David W. Marshall
7 2023 Black History Theme Executive Summary: Black Resistance
8 Private Acts, Public Shaming: Decoding the Far Right’s Attack on Who Can Access Bathrooms By Svante Myrick
9 Taking on the Symptom that is Gun Violence and the Disease Behind It By Ben Jealous
10 Woodson's Wisdom By Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq. (Ret.)
11 Gov. DeSantis Has Charted A Course To The White House That Cuts Straight Through The Swamp Of White Supremacy By Marc H. Morial
12 Milestones Show Us Where We’ve Come From, Where We Need to Go By Ben Jealous
13 What’s an Eruv – and What Can It Teach Us? By Svante Myrick
14 On The 50th Anniversary Of Landmark Abortion Decision, Legality Alone Is Not Enough By Marc H. Morial
15 Teacher Shortages in High-Poverty Schools By David W. Marshall
16 The Party of Lincoln??? By Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq. (Ret.)
17 Martin Luther King or Robert E. Lee By David W. Marshall
18 A Magic Made by Many By Svante Myrick
19 Disposing of Division, Not People and Places By Ben Jealous
20 The “Bad, Brilliant Brother From Brooklyn,” Hakeem Jeffries, Makes History As First Black Leader In Congress By Marc H. Morial
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