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American History, Family History: Am I Black Enough For You?

By Jim Allen, Editor, NuVoteReach Dr. Ruby (Lonesome). Allen celebrates her  Doctorate conferral in 2012, at age 79, with family members comprising four generations of descendants of 19th century marriages between enslaved Parsons, Brown, Butts and Fulford family members. 2nd … Continue reading

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Bill of Rights Challenges to Preventing a Sandy Hook

By Jim Allen, Editor, NuVote Reach Outgoing Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) talking to reporters Sunday outside the interfaith memorial service for the Sandy Hook victims in Newtown, CT said a “national commission on violence” should be convened to focus on … Continue reading

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