Martin Luther King Day | Remembering The Man And The Movement

Martin Luther King Day
Blog Post Updates January 15, 2018. Original Blog Post January 18, 2016 by Tonya R Martin Luther King Day The holiday, Martin Luther King Day is in recognition of the birth date of a man that changed U.S. history forever. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929. Martin Luther King Day is a day for honoring and remembering the man, and the movement that still rings loudly in history books and households across the nation. Why does this man's legacy last? King's legacy last bec...
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THANK YOU ‘BLACK WOMEN’ | YOUR VOTE WON ALABAMA SENATE ELECTION

Girl Power
THANK YOU 'BLACK WOMEN' The phrase and hashtags Thank You 'Black Women' continues to trend on social media. Why the recent adulation for 'Black Women'? Many contend 'Black Women's' votes, along with Black men, decided the Alabama Senate Election in favor of Democrat Doug Jones. Black women voted against Moore, and overwhelmingly for Democrat Doug Jones for Alabama State Senate, with 98% of their vote. A significant number of Black Men voted for Jones as well, 93%. One popular 'Gif' on ...
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DEMOCRAT DOUG JONES WINS ALABAMA SENATE SEAT | WOMEN’S VOTES PREVAIL

Doug Jones Wins Alabama Senate Seat
Doug Jones Wins Alabama Senate Seat The Alabama State Senate Seat has been one of the most sought after and publicized races this 2017 special election. After minority and other voters historically absent for this Election cycle storm the polls, Democrat Doug Jones wins Alabama Senate seat. The final vote count, Jones commands 50% and Moore comes in surprisingly close at 48.4 per CNN polls. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The symbolic act of voting and decla...
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A HISTORIC NIGHT | CHARLOTTE’S NEWLY ELECTED CITY COUNCIL AND FIRST BLACK FEMALE MAYOR-ELECT SWEAR-IN

Vi Lyles
A HISTORIC NIGHT Monday, December 4, 2017 is an opportunity for Citizens to join in on a historic night. The newly elected Charlotte Politicians swearing-in ceremony will take place beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Mecklenburg County Government Center. Among those who will be swearing-in, Vi Lyles, North Carolina's first ever African-American woman elected Mayor of the City of Charlotte. This is not only a big deal for Charlotte, but for the country as voters veer towards electing leaders focuse...
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