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The Reason We All Need Black History Month

Remember the former things, those of long ago … . (Isaiah 46:9.) ***

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A Judge’s Job Is Different: a post in honor of America’s first African-American judge

I learned today that the first African-American judge in the United States was Wentworth Cheswell of New Hampshire. Elected Justice of the Peace in 1805, he presided over trials, probated wills and carried out other judicial duties over local matters. … Continue reading

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Pastor Tells Descendants Of Slaves It Wasn’t As Bad As They Think

[U.S. history includes the history of enslaving black people in America, justified solely on the basis of the color of their skin. Sadly, prominent American pastor Doug Wilson has tried to rewrite that history. So in light of February being … Continue reading

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Why Black History Month Matters – a pictorial display

Remember the former things, those of long ago … . (Isaiah 46:9.) ***

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The Civil War Was About Enslaving Black People

There are still people  – in the north and the south – who will tell you the Civil War was fought over states’ rights. They are wrong. It was fought over slavery. Any other issue comes in a distant second. Evidence … Continue reading

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