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Is Soul City’s dream being realized in Illinois?

Floyd McKissick nurtured a powerful vision following the conclusion of World War II. His dream encompassed the creation of a groundbreaking integrated city, one that would provide Black Americans with the opportunity to embrace the full range of economic, cultural, … Continue reading

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Is your community a bully?

The title of this post may sound odd, but I am convinced that the persona of certain communities is to act like bullies towards their counterparts on the local and regional stage. In reality, this assertion shouldn’t be so strange … Continue reading

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America’s “Coast Guard Cities”

Provided below is a list of the 16 American communities which have been designated by Congress as Coast Guard Cities. T 15 cities and one county have been recognized  because “they have extended so many considerations to the Coast Guard family and … Continue reading

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