In its June 2020 issue, Time magazine observed: “the slightest and smallest level of alleged misconduct or suspicious behavior is suitable to justify the police killer’s unreasonable fear.” Often, the killing of unarmed blacks is justified by describing past misconduct. Many believe that victims of summary execution somehow deserve their fate. Policing is a dangerous…

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I have prepared presentations, roughly half an hour to an hour in length, but adaptable to your requirements, on the following topics: Summary of Collective Amnesia Findings White Supremacy and Racism  Decisive Role of US Colored Troops in the Civil War — and Black Confederates  African American Troops in World War I and the Great…

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On Friday, August 23, at 10:30 AM Lake of the Woods Study Group, in their Clubhouse Great Hall, 205 Lake of the Woods Parkway, Locust Grove 22508 (Lake of the Woods is a gated community; access by permission only) I had the pleasure of presenting to a gathering upwards of 45 people. TOPIC: US Colored…

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I gave a fifteen-minute presentation on the role of US Colored Troops in the Civil War at William and Mary University’s Lemon Project 9th Annual Symposium on Saturday, March 16 at the School of Education in Charlottesville. The Lemon Project ‘s theme was “Celebrating Legacies, Constructing Futures: Four Hundred Years of Black Community and Culture.” For…

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