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Archive for April 2nd, 2012

“When Douglass displayed pride in presenting himself as the product of a racially mixed parentage — ‘a very sensible modification of black,’  he told an 1872  Raleigh, North Carolina, audience — he was implicitly presenting himself as a prototype of the future American, even the modern man of the future.” – From “Frederick Douglass: Race […]

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With today’s big Census release, a few folks are probably thinking about the year 1940. You’ll need to take your mind back to that year to answer this quiz, titled “The Past Year in Carolina” and taken from the January 4, 1941 edition of The State magazine. It’s a take home quiz. Feel free to […]

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