Black History Month

Jack Johnson

Before Mike Tyson, before Mohammad Ali, before Evander Holyfield, before them all, there was the Galveston Giant, Jack Johnson. Born on this day in 1878, the legendary boxer would become the first African American Undisputed […]

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Gee…That’s Too Bad

sar·casm/ /ˈsärˌkazəm/noun1. the use of irony to mock or convey contempt.“His voice, hardened by sarcasm, said “Gee that’s to bad..,” after hearing a racist in a Klan uniform got caught breaking into NFAC headquarters and […]

Black History Month

No Trace Whatsoever

(Marcus Garvey and Walter Plecker in above photo) This story starts with a man named Walter Plecker. Plecker was Virginia’s first registrar of the Bureau of Vital Statistics and served from 1912 to 1946. To give you […]