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New RSC Podcast!

As I mentioned in my last blog post, there are more new things are on the horizon for Reverse the Slavery Curse and one of those new things is a new weekly podcast that I’m excited to announce. The podcast is called…wait for it…The Reverse the Slavery Curse Podcast! Each episode will focus on issues …

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A Historical Perspective of a Black Code of Conduct – Part 3

A Historical Perspective of a Black Code of Conduct – Part 3 In my April 11 blog, I talked about the codes of conduct of Asians and so-called Black people. While in our modern age it would appear that very few Black people operate under a strong code of conduct the way other people groups …

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Quid Pro Quo

Quid Pro Quo During the early years of legalized slavery in the United States, so-called Blacks were subjected to a excess of injustices including laws that were passed against them that prohibited them from creating community and legally conducting business with one another. Although these unjust laws have been overturned, for the most part Blacks …

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On the Eve of Black History Month

On the Eve of Black History Month Tomorrow officially kicks off Black History Month where the world focuses on notable achievements of so-called African Americans. Most focus on Black people who made an impact during the time of slavery and post slavery. But Black history goes well-beyond 1600 AD. While it isn’t often recognized, Black …

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