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David SimsEssays

by David Sims QUOTES FROM “Aspects of the Family and Public Life of Antoine Dubuclet: Louisiana’s Black State Treasurer, 1868-1878,” by Charles Vincent, published in The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 66, No. 1, Spring, 1981. “Until recently, Reconstruction scholarship…
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Essays

FEBRUARY is officially “Black History Month” in America, Britain, and Canada, and it is now commonplace during this month to recycle stories about past “great black civilizations” and “black inventions” — except, as demonstrated below, these claims are all mythical. (ILLUSTRATION: Bust of Queen…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce LAST WEEK a member of the organization I head, the National Alliance, sent me something his nine-year-old daughter had brought home from school. He lives in Macon, Georgia, and his daughter is a fourth grader at a private school there. Last week her class went on a field trip to…
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by Don Logan THE UNIVERSITY, that quintessentially European institution, was established during the Middle Ages as an expression of European mankind’s quest for knowledge and as a means to lift and refine society to ever higher levels of greatness. When Europeans began to colonize new lands in the…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioEssaysKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of December 13, 2014 by Kevin Alfred Strom HINTON ROWAN HELPER (pictured) did a great service for our nation and our people when he collated and collected the relevant works of explorers, scientists, historians, and statesmen on the subject of Africans in their…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioEssaysKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of December 6, 2014 by Kevin Alfred Strom LESS THAN A WEEK after Ferguson, Missouri was set to flames by lawless, savage Blacks — and law enforcement did essentially nothing about it — just a few miles away in St. Louis proper, a gang of Black “youths”…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce FEBRUARY, by presidential decree, is Black History Month. That means, more than anything else, that schoolchildren all over America are being given special materials and special lesson assignments designed to raise their consciousness of the great artistic, political,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce FEBRUARY HAS BEEN decreed “Black History Month,” and so a recent February issue of the Washington Post contained a feature article titled “Ancient African Heroines.” The two principal heroines treated were Hatshepsut, an Egyptian queen of the…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured) EVERY HIGH SCHOOL student has had the story drummed into him: Dr. Charles Drew, the brilliant Negro medical researcher who discovered how to preserve human blood plasma so that it could be used for transfusions, is responsible for saving countless lives of wounded…
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