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A solution to what society often overlooks

Rijksmuseum: Isabella, by Simon Wilhelm Maris, 1922. In the Public Domain in its source country and the United States

“We will talk in 28 days about how many things George Washington Carver did with that peanut, … what Sojourner Truth did, where Harriet Tubman went, what Frederick Douglas wrote, how Malcolm was brave, … and how King did this, that and the other. It hardly represents civilization, culture, memory, and story that are thousands of…




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As a former plaintiff in a 6-figure case, Dee Adams writes about overlooked issues of race, marketplace racial profiling, entrepreneurs, & consumer nightmares.

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