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Supreme Court bans mass protest across three states

The Supreme Court on Monday announced that it will not hear Mckesson v. Doe. The decision to not hear the case leaves the Fifth Circuit’s , a lower court, decision in place that eliminated the right to organize mass protest in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas.  The Fifth Circuit, a federal appeals court, heard the lawsuit targeting DeRay …


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Malcolm X – In Remembrance

Malcolm X – In remembrance  On February 21, 1965, Malcolm X was assassinated while addressing the Organization of Afro-American Unity at the Audubon Ballroom in New York City at 39 years old.  Malcolm X’s legacy is remembered by those in America for his fight for Black nationalism and Black liberation. He is remembered around the world by Muslims for his …


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DeSantis changes Florida curriculum on history of slavery and social issues

Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis, is dramatically altering Florida’s curriculum. DeSantis is fighting, in his words, “woke ideology.” The alterations in the curriculum are geared towards topics that acknowledge or teach about systemic injustice in American society.  Taking control of the Education Department, DeSantis has vastly changed the K-12 curriculum. He has fought with College Board over AP African American studies, …