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The interstitium was right there under our noses (and skin) all along, but it took a new way of examining tissues to figure it out.
“Black boys raised in America, even in the wealthiest families and living in some of the most well-to-do neighborhoods, still earn less in adulthood than white boys with similar backgrounds, according to a sweeping new study that traced the lives of millions of children.”
Chaplain Davis offered Invocation at Columbia University Military Ball on March 24, 2018
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“Every night I go down there, I see someone taking pictures,” said Mr. Nickleberry, one of the hundreds of black sanitation men who mounted a strike in 1968 to protest working conditions in a Southern city that was deeply split by race. “And that does something to me when I think about what happened.”
In the last days of July 1942, Nazis torched synagogues and seized Jewish businesses in Przemysl, a city in southeastern Poland that had been divided between Nazi and Soviet occupation. As some 22,000 Jews were rounded up for deportation to death camps, 18-year-old Renia Spiegel sat terrified in her hiding place.
Last fall, students at two of the nation’s premier historically black colleges, Spelman and Morehouse, went on a hunger strike. They weren’t protesting policymakers in Washington. They were pressuring their schools to allow students to donate unused meal plan vouchers to those on campus who needed them.