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June Moses
Attended Utica College
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Job fair!! At National Action Network for Home Depot

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you're working and I'm drinking... Isuck
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Great pic but you always take great pics 
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see.....see...see....smh
 
There are many changes on the way if the FCC manages to kill net neutrality. These 3 are probably among the first 3 we can expect.
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Yeah we got it in before the rain!
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The response to those people who think both parties are just the same.
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Please don't take life or time for granted.... 
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Iont know +Sharon Leggett I just thought this is beautiful.... if you find out where its from lemme know please thank you
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"Today marks ninety-two years since as many as 300 African Americans lost their lives and more than 9,000 were left homeless when the small town was attacked, looted and literally burned to the ground beginning in 1921.  It’s impossible, however, to realize what was lost in Greenwood, which was affectionately known as "Black Wall Street."

"During the night and day of the riot, deputized whites killed more than 300 African Americans. They looted and burned to the ground 40 square blocks of 1,265 African American homes, including hospitals, schools, and churches, and destroyed 150 businesses. White deputies and members of the National Guard arrested and detained 6,000 black Tulsans who were released only upon being vouched for by a white employer or other white citizen. Nine thousand African Americans were left homeless and lived in tents well into the winter of 1921."

Greenwood, Oklahoma, a suburb of Tulsa, was the type of community that African Americans are still, today, attempting to reclaim and rebuild.  It was modern, majestic, sophisticated and unapologetically…
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Ahh... The real American history of racism. Or, Things not taught in school.
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so people really block people here huh??
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same here. Sometime I get spammers and I add them to my list.
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    1987 - 1991
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