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BVM Virtual Tour, Sept 19th sponsored by 4Urban.org

Register 4Urban.org’s Black Votes Matter (BVM) Virtual Black History Tour is based on the nationally recognized and highly acclaimed BVM Face-to-Face Black History Tour. The BVM Virtual tour is planned for Saturday, September 19, 2020, at 10:00 A.M., for an informative and stimulating two hour experience including a nationally renowned speaker (to be announced). This …

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A Clear Vision: Looking at Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Today – A Conversation with Author Preston Love Jr.

Jefferson Educational Society of Erie, Pennsylvania, interviewed acclaimed author, professor, and long-term activist Preston Love, Jr. discussing “Clear Vision,” the follow-up book to his groundbreaking “Economic Cataracts: A Chronicle of Efforts to Remove the Obstacles of Urban Community Engagement and Economic, Inclusion.” Jefferson Educational Society Vice President Ben Speggen interviewed Preston Love, Jr. on his …

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Preston Love Jr: “My hope is that John Lewis’ life will be as a beacon to our young”

This is an article from July 20, 2020 Omaha World Herald Congressman John Lewis was a friend of mine for 40 years. I mourn the passing of my dear friend, who was 80. In 1980, after moving to Atlanta, I became a part of the inner circle of the civil rights community there. Later, I …

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Real Change for North Omaha Will Start with Investments

The content is from Omaha World Herald  by Preston Love Jr. / World-Herald community columnist This week, I’m writing about economics, and all of its elements, including the impact of investments financially and otherwise. Slavery (free labor) was the first jolt to the economics of black folks. Later came the massacres in Tulsa, Oklahoma (1921), and Rosewood, …

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