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‘Clash’, metáfora del drama egipcio en una furgoneta policial

'Clash', metáfora del drama egipcio en una furgoneta policial

Congratulations to the Standing Rock Sioux and all the supporters!!!

I think Indians have come a long way, same as African Americans. They have so many freebees that middle class doesn't have. I am Indian and my grandfather taught us to work hard, not blame this country. We have a dream country, or should I say had....

Known as the "Grandmother of the American Civil Rights Movement," Septima Poinsette Clark was an educator and civil rights activist. She began teaching on Johns Island in South Carolina, unable to teach in public schools as a black woman. Her own experience of racial discrimination fueled her pursuit of equality through literacy and citizenship schools, of which she founded many in Tennessee. BIRTH DATE: May 03, 1898 DEATH DATE: December 15, 1987

Gateway to a New World: Rare Photos From Ellis Island

A RePin - Ellis Island 1950 | Gateway to a New World: Rare Photos From Ellis Island | Please stop by and like us on FB! Gogel Auto Sales, East Hanover.