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Resources For Cultural Lenses Presentation At Loyola University

August 29, 2013

1. White Privilege: Unpacking The Invisible Backpack by Peggy McIntosh Peggy McIntosh at TedX Forum: “How Studying Privilege Systems Can Strengthen Compassion” 2. A User’s Guide To White Privilege by Cynthia Kaufman [Start at: "Looking At Responsibility" section] 3. Guilford Deed & Agreement (A White’s Only Community – Section II)

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A Sankofa Moment: Shedding Light On The African Slave Trade’s Link To Fell’s Point (Baltimore)

August 24, 2012

I gathered the family last night and we drove to Fell’s Point in Baltimore. The excursion was not for leisure or recreation, but rather to join others in remembering our Ancestors who faced the cruelty of the Middle Passage and those who were brought to…

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Baltimore Selected as First Port to Commemorate Transatlantic Middle Passage

August 20, 2012

After years of planning, the Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project (MPCPMP) selected Baltimore’s Fells Point Harbor for a commemoration of Africans who perished in the Middle Passage from Africa to the New World. The August 23, 2012 ceremony shares the date with the…

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Are Christians Wrong to Support Other Religious Groups In Their Outreach Programs?

August 13, 2012
Baltimore Fruit of Islam

“I just need to know what do you really believe Pastor Brown? Do you support the Nation of Islam and Minister Louis Farrakhan?” This was the question that hit my…

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Multinational Corporations Continue To Raid The Riches Of Africa

August 1, 2012
Source: Year of 1989 Blog

Since I was small child, my mind has been filled with images of Africa that framed the continent through the lens of poverty, corruption, underdevelopment, and sickness. These images are…

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Baltimore Group Makes Push To Silence Violence

July 23, 2012
Silence The Violence

The mission of Baltimore Citizens for Positive Change is to transform the culture and conditions that lead to urban violence. We build the leadership of communities hit hardest by street…

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