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What does Memorial Day mean to you?-Click Picture For Article

What does Memorial Day mean to you?

Native American Code Talker Heroes - "You’ve probably heard of the famous Navajo Code Talkers of WWII, who contributed immeasurably to US intelligence by using their own language as an encryption tool. You may not, however, have heard of their predecessors: the Choctaw soldiers who distinguished themselves with coded transmissions in their native language in WWI. This little slice of American history is shockingly obscure, so spread it around and make sure these brave men aren’t forgotten."

Native American Code Talkers of WWI Provided an Amazing Advantage

Out military families receive more in Food Stamps than they have ever before. Meanwhile ... conservatives complain SNAP recipients are lazy, dead-beat moochers that probably never worked a day in their life. | Do not vote for the party that spends millions trying to drive a wedge between the middle class and the poor. We must all stick together and oust these idiots in 2014/2016. Vote Blue!

B4H+/ when Black-Coffee crashes a Tea-Party - Community - Google+

Did you really expect something other than negative remarks from republicans about a woman. Join the Republican Party where the 1800's are our future.

Allow Moral Mondays to Proceed Unharassed | NC has made it harder for its citizens to protest the current policies of state government. This is quite simply cowardly on the part of the legislature because they don't want to have to see protesters. Click for details and please SIGN and share petition. Thanks.

Allow Moral Mondays to Proceed... - The Petition Site

Sgt. William H. Carney won the Congressional Medal of Honor for his bravery during the Civil War on July 18, 1863 (the first Black soldier to receive the coveted award). Sargent Carney, a member of the 54th Massachusetts Colored infantry was wounded twice during the charge on Fort Wagner, S.C. while rescuing the Union Flag.

Today In Black History – July 18 |

"Rape has become endemic in South Africa, so a medical technician named Sonette Ehlers developed a product that immediately gathered national attention there. Ehlers had never forgotten a rape victim telling her forlornly, 'If only I had teeth down there.' Ehlers came up with a product she called Rapex. It resembles a tube, with barbs inside. The woman inserts it like a tampon, with an applicator, and any man who tries to rape the woman impales himself on the barbs."

Probably the most famous photograph of the guillotine ever taken, it depicts the last public execution to take place in France. Taken on June 17, 1939 in Versailles, it shows Eugene Weidmann, a six-time murderer, about one second away from losing his head.

Elizabeth Jennings Graham was a black woman who lived in New York City. In 1854 she was told to get off a streetcar and then forcibly removed by the crew and a police officer. Jennings filed a lawsuit against the driver, the conductor, and the Third Avenue Railroad Company in Brooklyn. In 1855, she received a verdict in her favor and was awarded damages of two hundred and twenty five dollars plus costs. The next day, the Third Avenue Railroad Company ordered its cars desegregated.