Analyzing Reactions to “The Decision.”

I have been absolutely fascinated by the reaction to Lebron’s “Decision” … and how a month later people are still up in arms about it. Every time I think the issue has been put to bed it comes back like a bill collector.

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Tuskegee now hosts NROTC program on campus

Tuskegee is now one of eight Historically Black Colleges and Universities that host NROTC units. HBCU-hosted NROTC units have produced numerous prominent officers through the years.

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African American WACs Served In a Unique Battalion

The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion was unique in the annals of World War II history. It was the only all-African American, all-female unit to serve overseas. Read about these amazing women!

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Today in Black History (October 1st)

Donny Hathaway was born October 1, 1946.

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Today in Black History (September 23rd)

Jazz Saxophone player John Coltrane was born September 23, 1926.

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Today in Black History (September 16th)

B. B. King was born September 16, 1925

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Today in Black History (Sept. 15)

On September 15, 1963, four African American schoolgirls were killed in a bombing at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala.

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Today in Black History (August 12)

On August 12, 1922, the home of Frederick Douglass in Washington D.C. was dedicated as a national memorial.

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