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Araminta Harriet Tubman and Injected Racial Scripts: MSO Excerpt!

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The Truth About the Confederacy in the United States (FULL Version)

Well worth watching.

Masking The Truth?

Important! What kind of mask are you wearing? "If work requires you to wear a mask, OSHA requires that your employer verifies you are receiving a minimum of 19.5% oxygen level by law!" Here’s more mask info from a poster “Jim” in response to an article re: face masks: “ I don’t really know WHY OSHA hasn’t come forward and stopped the nonsense BUT wanna cover kinds of masks: • N95 masks and masks with exhale ports • Surgical masks • Filter or cloth masks Okay so upon further inspection OSHA says some masks are okay and not okay in certain situations. If you’re working with fumes and aerosol chemicals and you give your employees the wrong masks and they get sick you can be sued. • N95 masks: are designed for CONTAMINATED environments. That means when you exhale through N95 the design is that you are exhaling into contamination. The exhale from N95 masks are vented to breathe straight out without filtration. They don’t filter the air on the way out. They don’t need to. Conc

AYA Responds to COVID-19

I Love AYA - FREE Black History Month Curriculum Installment: We're a Winner Lesson w/ Curtis Mayfield

I Love AYA. Parents, teachers, students here's another FREE AYA Educational Institute installment for your BHM curriculum stash. Often overlooked as part of Black history and BHM education are our people's organizations and movements. Too often this month is filled with instruction about “The first Black to do this, and the first one to do that." In addition to being too "prove-it-to-white-people focused, it is also too focused on individuals. Today we take a different path. Using our call and response tradition, we focus on the impact of our people's movements had on music, and in turn the effect of our music to invigorate the Black Power movements in its various forms. We're a Winner: O ur lesson started with "We're a Winner" by Curtis Mayfield. Me: Not only does Curtis Mayfield encourage and affirm Black people he also exhorts the required level of commitment needed to win. Assignment: "Listen