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10 Do’s And Don’ts Of A Black Thanksgiving

[ad_1] Source: Pool / Getty It’s that time of year again when your grandma and head aunt start figuring out the family plan for Thanksgiving. If you grew up in a Black household, you know there are certain rules that govern every Black family holiday — especially Thanksgiving. Black Thanksgiving Be Like “ We Gone Start Eating At 2:00 “ *At 6:00* “ Y’all Come On And Say Grace , We Just Waiting On The Cornbread” 😂😂 — Sugaray Jackson (@tank_texasboy99) November 14, 2017   Check out our list of Do’s and Don’ts to happily survive another Black Thanksgiving. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7...

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10 Do’s And Don’ts Of A Black Thanksgiving

[ad_1] Source: Pool / Getty It’s that time of year again when your grandma and head aunt start figuring out the family plan for Thanksgiving. If you grew up in a Black household, you know there are certain rules that govern every Black family holiday — especially Thanksgiving. Black Thanksgiving Be Like “ We Gone Start Eating At 2:00 “ *At 6:00* “ Y’all Come On And Say Grace , We Just Waiting On The Cornbread” 😂😂 — Sugaray Jackson (@tank_texasboy99) November 14, 2017   Check out our list of Do’s and Don’ts to happily survive another Black Thanksgiving. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7...

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Rohingya crisis: Deal signed for refugees to return to Myanmar, but details are scarce

[ad_1] An estimated 615,000 Rohingya refugees have fled across the border into Bangladesh since August 25 when a new outbreak of violence began between the Myanmar military and armed militants in Rakhine state.So far, no official details have been released on the agreement, what it would entail and under what circumstances the Rohingya would return.A statement from Suu Kyi's spokesman confirmed the agreement had been signed but only said the pact was "a win-win situation for both countries."Ro Nay San Lwin, a European-based Rohingya activist, told CNN that Bangladesh should not send any citizens back to Myanmar "unless citizenship and...

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Have A Happy Holiday From All Of Us At The Willie Moore, Jr. Show!

[ad_1]   From our family to yours, we wish you a very happy Thanksgiving holiday! Thank you for your support this year and every year! Follow The Willie Moore Jr. Show on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!  Close Thank you for subscribing! Please be sure to open and click your first newsletter so we can confirm your subscription.   [ad_2] Source link ...

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Holy Grounds! Kenny Lattimore’s ‘I Cry Holy’ vs. Marvin Sapp’s ‘Joseph Song’

[ad_1] Which one sounds better? LISTEN!   Take Our Poll (function(d,c,j){if(!d.getElementById(j)){var pd=d.createElement(c),s;pd.id=j;pd.src='https://s1.wp.com/wp-content/mu-plugins/shortcodes/js/polldaddy-shortcode.js';s=d.getElementsByTagName(c)[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(pd,s);} else if(typeof jQuery !=='undefined')jQuery(d.body).trigger('pd-script-load');}(document,'script','pd-polldaddy-loader'));   Follow The Willie Moore Jr. Show on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!  Close Thank you for subscribing! Please be sure to open and click your first newsletter so we can confirm your subscription. ...

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Little Known Black History Fact: The Origins Of Thanksgiving

[ad_1] Thanksgiving is a time-honored tradition among American families that was once used to celebrate the nation’s victory over the British in Saratoga during the Revolutionary War in 1777. Across the 13 colonies, enslaved Blacks also joined in celebration by expressing their thankfulness for the victory at their churches. In October 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed a proclamation to officially celebrate the holiday, months after signing the Emancipation Proclamation earlier in the year. Thanksgiving was also a period where slaves would often try to escape due to the ending of crop season, but with the new law, it morphed into a...

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