Black on Black Crime
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Black on Black Crime

Say Black on Black crime again! Say Black on Black crime again! *in my best Samuel L. Jackson, Pulp Fiction voice* The only thing worse than the term Black on Black crime, is Black folk using it in conversation and on social media. When Black on Black crime is used, the term and the righteous indignation used … Continue reading

On Resources | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894
Barber-Scotia College / Bethune-Cookman College / Delta Sigma Theta Sorority / History & Culture / Motivational Mondays / Quotables

On Resources | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894

I considered cash money as the smallest part of my resources. I had faith in a living God, faith in myself and a desire to serve. Mary McLeod Bethune, (1875-1955), Barber-Scotia Class of 1894, College President, Women’s and Civil Rights Activist Continue reading