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Moulin Rouge America’s First Interracial Casino (1955)

Moulin Rouge America’s First Interracial Casino (1955)

Moulin Rouge America’s First Interracial Casino (1955). The Moulin Rouge Casino and the rise of Historic Westside Las Vegas by Rose Davis, Indian Voices. Although the doors were only opened six months  America’s first interracial casino was on the front line of the racial struggle in America. The Moulin Rouge Casino is one of the most important casinos in history in helping to end segregation. The casino has a prestigious posi...

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Lament for Confederation Speech by Chief Dan George

Lament for Confederation Speech by Chief Dan George

Lament for Confederation Speech by Chief Dan George. On The Dominion of Canada’s 100th birthday, July 1, 1967 Chief Dan George silenced a crowd of 32,000 with his “Lament for Confederation” speech at Empire Stadium, Vancouver BC. Chief Dan George , was an inspiring author, poet, Academy Award-nominated actor and a chief of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, a Coast Salish band located on Burrard Inlet in North Vancouver, British Colum...

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Tuskegee Institute and Tuskegee Airmen, World War II

Tuskegee Institute and Tuskegee Airmen, World War II

Remembering the "Tuskegee Airmen" during World War II and all who were involved in the so-called "Tuskegee Experiment", the Army Air Corps program to train Black Americans to fly and maintain combat aircraft. The Tuskegee Airmen included pilots, navigators, bombardiers, maintenance and support staff, instructors, and all the personnel who kept the planes in the air. The military selected Tuskegee Institute ...

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Michelle Obama, First Black First Lady of United States

Michelle Obama, First Black First Lady of United States

Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama is an American lawyer and writer. She is the wife of the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama, and the first acknowledged Black-American First Lady of the United States, (Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis descended from a family known as the van Salee's, who were described as "mulatto" in the 17th century). When people ask First Lady Michelle Obama to describe herself, she doesn...

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Lumbee Tribe Defeated KKK and Made History (1958)

Lumbee Tribe Defeated KKK and Made History (1958)

The Lumbee Tribe made history January 18, 1958 with the Battle of Hayes Pond.  This was the night the Lumbees defeated the KKK and captured their hate filled banner, and in doing so stopped Klan activity in Robeson County North Carolina. By the mid-1950's the Civil Rights Movement was gaining momentum and the KKK decided they had to fight back. Their campaign of terrorism swept through many of the southern states, but largely...

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Travesty of Justice: The Murder of Johnny Robinson

Travesty of Justice: The Murder of Johnny Robinson

Written and compiled by I Love Ancestry based on materials from npr.org  and  al.com Johnny Robinson Jr. who was 16 when he was killed, shot in the back by white police officer during the unrest following the infamous church bombing in Birmingham (memories/20st-century/item/229-birmingham-church-bombing-alabama-white-supremacist-klansmen-1963), Alabama on September 15, 1963. Racial violence broke out on the streets that after...

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Honoring John T. Williams, Forever in Our Memories

Honoring John T. Williams, Forever in Our Memories

Based on article from Indian Country Today Media Network "The Shooting Death of John T. Williams" by Fern Renville  John T. Williams, a First Nations master carver, was shot and killed by Officer Ian Birk of the Seattle Police Department on August 30, 2010 while carrying a small, legal folding knife that he used for carving. While the inquest found that the shooting was unjustified Birk remains a free man.

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Travesty of Justice: The Murder of Virgil Lamar Ware

Travesty of Justice: The Murder of Virgil Lamar Ware

Based on materials from Northeastern University School of Law, and Biography.com.    In the tense atmosphere that followed a deadly church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama, on September 15, 1963, Thirteen year-old Virgil Lamar Ware  (Dec. 6, 1949 - Sept. 15, 1963) was murdered by two white teenagers without justice served.

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Lumbee Tribe Defeated KKK and Made History (1958)

Lumbee Tribe Defeated KKK and Made History (1958)

The Lumbee Tribe made history January 18, 1958 with the Battle of Hayes Pond.  This was the night the Lumbees defeated the KKK and captured their hate filled banner, and in doing so stopped Klan activity in Robeson County North Carolina. By the mid-...

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Truth about Christopher Columbus: Murderer, Rapist

Truth about Christopher Columbus: Murderer, Rapist

"The Truth about Christopher Columbus" by GrayWolf. Many people are very much against Columbus having his own holiday. They feel Columbus Day should be abolished, and that his true history should be well exposed to the public. If you don'...

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Silent Film, All-Native Cast "The Daughter of Dawn"

Silent Film, All-Native Cast "The Daughter of Dawn"

Silent Film With All-Native Cast including Wanada Parker, daughter of Chief Quannah Parker. "The Daughter of Dawn" (1920), a silent film featuring an all-Native cast came to be made, lost seemingly forever, was discovered nearly a century l...

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