Monthly Archives: February 2014

Black Entrepreneurs of the 18th and 19th Centuries

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Museum Exhibit PDF The Federal Reserve and the Afro Museum in Boston have collaborated to produce an exhibition guide featuring examples of the entrepreneurial ingenuity of people of color. The exhibit is titled Black Entrepreneurs of the 18th and 19th Centuries. … Continue reading

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Aptitudes of the Rich and Famous: Leno, Clooney, Boitano, Seymour

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Did You Know – The following celebrities very likely share a particular aptitude that many people don’t have. Can you guess what the common aptitude in question may be?*Comedian Jay Leno *George Clooney *Olympic skating champion, Brian Boitano *TV’s Dr. Quinn: Medicine … Continue reading

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Changes in the American Education System

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The New School: How the Information Age Will Save American Education from Itself I have a strong suspicion that the author of this book Professor Glenn Reynolds will not be the keynote speaker anytime soon at any of the national … Continue reading

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Floyd Norman: Walt Disney’s First African American Animator

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Aptitudes, Skill And Knowledge Floyd Norman admits he was very fortunate to have grown up in the community of Santa Barbara, California  in the era before the second World War where he had access to all the cultural amenities that … Continue reading

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Dee Adams’ Online Class

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Money, Race & Critical Thinking Which famous athlete is credited with integrating sports yet found it difficult to make a living because of racism? A. Muhammad Ali B. Satchel Page C.  Frank Robinson D. None of the Above Answer at the end of … Continue reading

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