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Don Rojas

Black Lives Matter Rally Photo by David Geitgey Sierralupe,

America has its knee on the necks of Black & Brown People

By Commentaries/Opinions

By Don Rojas — Today America is at a crossroads, a turning point…at an intersection of the old imperial order at home and abroad with the birthing of a new order, “a new normal” if you will. For millions of people in America, the unprecedented street uprisings of the past 10 days offer a glimmer of hope that after 350 years of oppression, meaningful change may actually be on the…

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Reparations and the Legacy of Marcus Mosiah Garvey By Don Rojas

Reparations and the Legacy of Marcus Mosiah Garvey

By Commentaries/Opinions, Reparations

A speech delivered by Don Rojas at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History in Detroit, Michigan on the occasion of the 130th Anniversary of the birth of Marcus Mosiah Garvey—August 17, 2017 Madame Chair, Sis. Hazel Ross-Robinson, Distinguished Guests, Sisters and Brothers, Good evening. I wish to begin by thanking Bro. Charles Ferrell, vice president for programs at this venerable museum, for the kind invitation to speak here this…

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