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Google Doodle Pays Tribute to the 100th Anniversary of the NAACP’s ‘Silent Protest’ Parade 

Every now and again, Google shares a gem in the form of a doodle on its home page, recognizing dates that have some relevance to history, culture—anything like that. Today’s doodle marks the 100-year anniversary of the iconic Silent Protest Parade where some 10,000 African Americans marched in total silence to protest…

The Blood of Emmett Till Author Talks Interviewing Till's Accuser and Being Published Alongside Milo Yiannopoulos

There is no question that Emmett Till, and his murder-by-lynching which helped galvanize the Civil Rights Movement, is perpetually relevant. On Friday, Till, who’s been dead for over 60 years, trended on Twitter when news broke that Carolyn Bryant Donham—whose husband, Roy Bryant, and brother-in-law, J.W. Milam,…

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