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On the proclamation's birthday, read the stories and see rare photos of blacks at the dawn of freedom.
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Guor Marial waves the Olympic flag now, but the country hopes to fly its own colors in 2016.
by Allen C. Guelzo onApril 11, 2011
On the 150th anniversary of the first shot fired, many blacks are indifferent. Why they're wrong.
by Sunni M. Khalid onMarch 11, 2011
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Slavery was the reason for secession. Period.
by Lauren Williams onNovember 30, 2010
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