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100 Amazing Facts About the Negro

High Cheekbones and Straight Black Hair?

100 Amazing Facts About the Negro: Why most black people aren’t “part Indian,” despite family lore.


   , The Root, April 7, 2014.

Pictured is Sanford Perryman of the Creek Nation.


Chestnut Funeral Home Centennial

Chestnut Historical Marker Unveiled, Gainesville Sun, March 30, 2014.

Film, historical marker celebrate Chestnut business.  By Aida Mallard.  The Guardian (Gainesville Sun), March 19, 2014.



Study Digs Into African American Use Of Twitter And Technology.  By Stacey  A. Anderson.  Blackvoices, Huffington Post, January 6, 2014.

A Year of Race Advice: Mixed Kids, Miley and ‘My Ghetto Name’.  By Jenee Desmond-Harris.  The Root, December 31, 2013.


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