Thirty Years a Slave: A Chapter In The Life OF Elizabeth Keckley

Set in 1800’s America, A now free black woman is retelling her worst experience as a slave, where she was brutally punished for being “too proud” by the hands of her new master, his wife, and a hired man. This is but one segment of her life, born into slavery, and growing up to eventually… Continue reading Thirty Years a Slave: A Chapter In The Life OF Elizabeth Keckley

Cory Booker Holds AG Nominee’s Feet To The Fire On Racial Justice During Confirmation Hearing

District Court Judge Merrick Garland, President Joe Biden’s attorney general nominee, faced hours of questioning on Monday during his confirmation hearing. Garland dealt with tough queries from Republicans and Democrats all morning, but he was confronted with a particularly pointed line of questioning from Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.). Booker, the only Black senator on the Senate Judiciary Committee,… Continue reading Cory Booker Holds AG Nominee’s Feet To The Fire On Racial Justice During Confirmation Hearing