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Anglo-Saxons (Color) By Therlee Gipson
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The Anglo-Saxons have been given an unfortunate bad opinion about their Race. Let’s, begin with the truth. The Egyptians and Romans had Slaves before the Anglo-Saxons came into existence. The... More > England Empire started in the Dark Ages. They were basically many Northern Tribes living in Caves. They eventually evolved into the most Powerful and greatest Country on Earth (England). England was wise enough to adopt Christianity as their core Religionist belief of compassion, forgiveness and love. They had the opportunity to believe in Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism or any other Ideology. They chose Christianity because Jesus made more sense to them. The Anglo-Saxons fought many Wars between other Ethnic groups. They conquered them and established Colonies around the World. Eventually, they ended Colonization and let other Races control their own destiny.< Less
JFK Death in Dallas By Therlee Gipson
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The true killer was Lee Harvey Oswald (a CIA Operative) with the help of Ruth Paine, also a CIA Operative that got Oswald in the School Book Depository a few days before Kennedy arrived in Dallas.... More > Many White Southerners wanted him dead because of Kennedy support of integrating Public Schools after the Supreme Court Ruled in 1954 Case: Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka that segregated schools were unconstitutional.< Less
Struggle for Equality By Therlee Gipson
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George Corley Wallace Jr. was born on (August 25, 1919 – September 13, 1998) was an American Politician and the 45th Governor of Alabama, a position he occupied for four... More > Terms, during which he promoted "low-grade industrial development, low taxes, and Trade Schools". He sought the United States Presidency as a Democrat three times, unsuccessfully, and is best remembered for his staunch opposition to desegregation and his support for "Jim Crow" positions during the Civil Rights Movement, declaring in his 1963 Inaugural Address that he stood for "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever". Martin Luther King Jr. was born on (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) King is best known for advancing Civil Rights through nonviolence and Civil disobedience, tactics. His Christian beliefs and the nonviolent activism of Mahatma Gandhi helped inspire.< Less
Alabama Blacks Last Straw By Therlee Gipson
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Introduction Do you ever wonder what the United States would be like today if Rosa Parks had moved back on the Bus? Being a member of the NAACP, she just could not take discrimination anymore That... More > was the last straw that ended segregation. (however she took this action on her own). Local leaders asked an unknown Pastor from Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to come and support them in creating the Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA). They Boycotted the Transit System for 381 days and won the Court battle that ended segregation in public transportation. That incident sparked the Civil Rights Movement that led the freedom all Americans enjoy today. You hold in your hands, one of the most important books I have ever compiled: Alabama Blacks Last Straw (Where it all Began) of facts, dates, events, and individuals who struggle for equality:< Less

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