Tag Archives: African-American history

What Made the United States Civil Rights Movement Possible?


I asked the question What made the United States Civil Rights Movement possible of my friend and author of African-American History for Dummies, Ronda Racha Penrice. She reminded me, (I am an old person, I sometimes forget things), that in … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Don Lemon of CNN


Dear Mr. Lemon, I was watching, when you became angry over the verdict in the “Loud Music”  trial.  When you told the story about the person questioning your right to be in your neighborhood,  you certainly had the right to … Continue reading

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Stories from the Road to Freedom on History Channel


Stories on the Road to Freedom; sounds like motorcycles on Route 66 doesn’t it?  If this is what you thought, you are wrong. Ronda Racha Penrice wrote African American History for Dummies.  That’s where I first heard of her and … Continue reading

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African American History and Irish History for Dummies.


  I have my earlier Professor Moriarty post about Irish Americans vs. African Americans.  So I am reading Irish History for Dummies and African American History for Dummies.  (I connected with the African Americans for Dummies author, Ronda Racha Penrice … Continue reading

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