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The Unbound African American Civil War: Blue and Gray Soliders’ Sacrifice 2021 Calendar

Artist/writer Gregory Newson personal goal has been to highlight the middle polarity of the American Civil War which rarely gets any acknowledgment and understanding of the conflict, and how it affects us today. Furthermore, to show there was no true difference between the North and South, both needed ...
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Nellie the War Chick

As an African American the most controversial thing I've ever done was decide to think with my brain instead of my skin tone. I love participating in Civil War reenactments, I’ve learned many things from the descendents of our American Civil War soldiers, and from their reenactors. One ...
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Uncle Gregory’s Coffee

Do you remember as a kid when we ate our cornflakes or rice crispy. We would also read the back of the box as we consumed the product. Uncle Gregory’s coffee is packaged and design the same way with American suppress history printed on the back and sides ...
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Nillie The War Chick

Order your book copy TODAY The chickens that saved Western civilization were discovered, according to legend, by the side of a road in Greece in the first decade of the fifth century B.C. The Athenian general Themistocles, on his way to confront the invading Persian forces, stopped to ...
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M Stands for MASTER

Artwork from the book Uncle T and the Uppity Spy emphasizes that Thomas Stonewall Jackson was more than a courageous and skillful Confederate general; his service to the black community in his hometown in Virginia made him the apprentice of God, and he obeyed his internal moral calling ...
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The Black Confederate

Some black Confederate soldiers felt they were protecting their loved ones in the South by fighting for the Confederacy against a foe they did not know or understand. Yankee commandants on the battlefield frequently complained about blacks’ assistance to the Confederacy. This is one of the reasons they ...
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Sister’s Know the Way

Sometimes messages were sent secretly, in the words of a particular song. If a slave were to sing “Steal Away to Jesus” for instance, other slaves would hear it, and know there was going to be a secret meeting in the woods that night. Certain songs warned of ...
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