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As the world becomes flatter and globalization creates a world village, it is imperative that leaders have the cultural flexibility and adaptability to inspire and guide people from very distinct backgrounds that represents the whole rainbow of humanity
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Film has been the most influential medium in the presentation of the history of slavery to the general public The American film industry has had a complex relationship with slavery, and until recent decades often avoided the topic Films such as The Birth of a Nation (1915) and Gone with the Wind (1939) became controversial because they gave a favorable depiction
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EBONY magazine has honored the heroes of the Black community for over 70 years The 2015 EBONY POWER 100 celebrates this list of inspiring African-Americans
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- History archive at Tadias Magazine
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The Mayor of San Jose, California Sam Liccardo (Photo: Courtesy of EAC) Tadias Magazine By Tadias Staff September 4th, 2018 New York (TADIAS) — Every September for the last fourteen years, rain or shine, the city of San Jose in California has formally honored the heritage of its vibrant Ethiopian American residents with a flag-raising ceremony at City Hall in recognition of the Ethiopian