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Books Behind Bars: Literacy and Incarceration in Massachusetts

Black Boston | Business | Education

A look at an effort to combat illiteracy in America's prisons.
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Julian Kankunda and the Akilah Institute

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

October 25, 2013

By Talia Whyte

Julian Kankunda and fellow student Cecile Musanase were speakers at the Akilah Institute’s Metropolitan Safari fundraiser held at the Museum of African American History Oct. 10.  I was very impressed with
both young ladies and the work of the Institute.  Kankunda and Musanase are both from Rwanda, a country that has come a long way since the genocide that plagued it 20 years ago.  During the Rwandan
genocide, women were targets for rape, mutilation of reproductive capabilities and other forms of sexual violence.

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Equal Treatment for Native Americans - 1979

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Attorney Ann Gilmore argues for Native Americans to be treated like any other underrepresented ethnic group. She supports the application of various laws to Native Americans and is against the unlawful seizure of their property.

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Julian Bond: Historical Minute - 1975

Business | Education | Politics

Former Georgia State Representative Julian Bond provided "Historical Minute" commentary for many episodes of Say Brother.

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Equal Treatment for Native Americans - 1979

Politics

Attorney Ann Gilmore argues for Native Americans to be treated like any other underrepresented ethnic group. She supports the application of various laws to Native Americans and is against the unlawful seizure of their property.

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