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Freedom!

The black color of your skin
The Darker shade of races will be harder to beat the cases of injustice and hard not to be judged by new places
From being with family then walking down the street
Seeing the eyes of cameras
The minds of developing computers
They all assume that they are doomed
So they put impossible barriers or “assume” the worse of our actions
So they come like hungry pack of dogs
Not realizing the hurt, and problems they cause
The American Dream might seem amazing
But in the eyes of black race
America is blazing with hate and filled with people who discriminate
People like us asks:
Do we try to change it?
Yes
Do we all wanna make it?
Yes
Does race matter?
Most of us say no
But for the individuals that agree
All we can do is hope

Events

Life-changing powerful events.

Boombox

TGi Movement

Workshop

TGi Movement

Spreading Positivity March

Teen Reach

Anti-Trump Rally

People Of Chicago

History: The Untold Story

NEIU

Equality Protest

Chicagos Leaders

Our History

Freedom. The thing black people havee always been fighting for. Freedom to vote, speak, and go wherever they wanted. When this country was established the Founding Fathers could not come to a conclusion about slavery, thus tehy pushed it to the back burner. This resulted in the following...

  • 1861- 1865

    Civil War

    The Civil War stared on April 12, 1861 and ended May 13, 1865. It was a fight between the northern and southern states. The North was full of angry abolotionlists and young boys eager to fight. The south was full of slaves, angry old men used to southren customs, and dutiful young men. The South wanted to keep traditions, one the biggest being slavery. The North wanted to put an end on slavery. Everyone fought the Civil war. Slaves would try to escape and fi ght for the north. The South even started to use their slaves to fight against the North. The North won the Civil War on May 13,1865.

  • 1954

    Brown vs. Board of Education

    The Brown vs. Boardof Education was when a father filed a class-action suit against the Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas. This happened after his daughter was denied entrance to an all white elementary school. Brown claimed that schools for black children were not equal to white school which was in violation the "eqaul protecction cluase" of the 14th amendment. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutinal.

  • 1955

    Bus Boycott

    The bus boycott started when a women named Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat for a white person. Rosa Parks was put in custody and found guilty of violating segregation laws. Because of this the bus boycott became bigger.

  • 1957

    Desegregation at Little Rock, Arkansas

    The Little rock nine were a group of nine teens who enrolled in the formerly all white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. On the first day of school the governor sent the Arkansas National Guard to block the students' entry into the school. A month later President Eisenhower sent federal troops to escort the Litttle Rock Nine into the school.

  • 1960

    Sit in Campaigns

    The Greensboro sit in was a civil rights protest where young black people wpuld sit on the white only section of deli counters and ask to be served. Over time sit in campaigns were a much used peaceful protest that both black and white people, mostly students, would do. Most people who participated in sit ins were arrested.

  • 1963

    Washington March

    The March on Washington was a massive protest that ocurred in August 1963. 250,000 people gathered in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. The march drew attention to the challenges and inequalities black people were still facing a century after the emancipation. It was there that Martin Luther King Jr. spoke his "I have a dream" speech.

  • 1957

    SELMA

    The Selma to Moontgomery march was a series of civil rights protests. In march, 1965 protestorrs marchedd 54 miles from Selma to the state capital of Montgomery were confronted with deadly violence from local authorities and white vigilante groups. The protestors finally acheived their goal after marching round the clock for three days. This act raised awareness of the need for a national Voting Rights Act.

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Our Amazing Team

We are a unique group of ladies that believe in equality and human rights. We believe that the only way to acheive equality is to would together and be united.

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We see the inequality of this country. We beleive the only way to change the world is by working together.

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