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What Are You Fighting For?

Personally I'm grateful to Union Solders that fought during the Civil War within these United States and won for my family to be free from enslavement today.  


 I received an email  this weekend from Josue Pierre, Democratic State Committee Chairmanin which he credited the newly famous historian Abstrakt Goldsmith for sharing a history many of us never learned in school. This history has gained much traction over the weekend. Just in case you weren't aware read below:



This excellent commemoration reminds me of  the African Burial Ground in New York City. It is tradition for African Americans to honor our ancestors. Yesterday, Today and Forever.

This Memorial Day history was also found via The NY Times entitled The Unofficial History of Memorial Day.  by Swell Chan. 

The National Park Service is commemorating the 150 anniversary of the Civil War by sharinga series of books for order on lesser known contributions of diverse ethnic groups to the war. The effort is to make Civil War h…