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Yes, One Book Can Change Your Life, Even In Prison

Yes, One Book Can Change Your Life, Even In Prison

Racism and acting before thinking can end if an assumption never begins... Investigate before you initiate...

Racism and acting before thinking can end if an assumption never begins... Investigate before you initiate...

After You See These 41 Incredibly Rare Photos From The Past, You’ll Never Forget Them. Wow.

After You See These 41 Incredibly Rare Photos From The Past, You’ll Never Forget Them. Wow.

July A police officer on duty in the Precinct in Brooklyn, dressed as “a tall, voluptuous broad,” according to the picture’s sensitive caption-writer. While he was “in disguise, two men.

Releasing old prisoners is low risk & financially prudent - According to a report by the American Civil Liberties Union, 16 billion dollars is spent each year to incarcerate hundreds of thousands of #aging #prisoners who are less likely to commit another #crime than the rest of the population | Wall Street Journal

ACLU: Releasing Old Prisoners Is Low Risk, Financially Prudent

Releasing old prisoners is low risk & financially prudent - According to a report by the American Civil Liberties Union, 16 billion dollars is spent each year to incarcerate hundreds of thousands of #aging #prisoners who are less likely to commit another #crime than the rest of the population | Wall Street Journal

Grace Lee Boggs died Monday at the age of 100. Description from kzoo.edu. I searched for this on bing.com/images

American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs (2013)

Grace Lee Boggs died Monday at the age of 100. Description from kzoo.edu. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Paul Laurence Dunbar was “the most promising young colored man” in nineteenth-century America, according to Frederick Douglass, and subsequently one of the most controversial. His plantation lyrics, written while he was an elevator boy in Ohio, established Dunbar as the premier writer of dialect poetry and garnered him international recognition.

Paul Laurence Dunbar was “the most promising young colored man” in nineteenth-century America, according to Frederick Douglass, and subsequently one of the most controversial. His plantation lyrics, written while he was an elevator boy in Ohio, established Dunbar as the premier writer of dialect poetry and garnered him international recognition.

Dear Gone BY GREY VILD

Dear Gone BY GREY VILD

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