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The Mid-South Tribune

2018 Black History Month Edition

 

 

Travelers, these pages are in broadsheet format (regular newspaper size). You may adjust them in PDF for your reading pleasure.

 

To Full Edition (Front Page to page 6)

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Front Page

Editorial: Time to Challenge the Democratic Party, CBC, Black Elites and Pseudo-Liberals (continued on pages 7, 8, 9); Yes There Are Blacks Who Live in Appalachia; They Are Affrilachian and Some Are Poets (continued on page 5); Simone Askew Becomes First Black Woman to Lead West Point’s Cadets; University of Memphis Honors Fred Davis with Author S. Holmon Lifetime Award; Author Brings to Light Former Slave’s Involvement in Jack Daniel History (continued on page 9)

 

 

Black History Month – Page 2

NFL Sponsorship Supports Judging with $50,000-Plus in HBCU Scholarships; The Home Depot Secures 2018 HBCU Battle of the Brains Title Sponsorship (continued on page 4); College Choice Releases Rankings of the 50 Best Historically Black Colleges and Universities; “An Imaginary Dialogue with Booker T. Washington” by William M. Larsha, Sr. (continued on page 4 and page 6); I.G.R. – Indy Gospel Radio; WKNO

 

Black History – page 3

“Realize That There’s More to Black History Than the Issue of Slavery” By Marilyn M. Singleton, M.D., JD (continued on page 80; Go Behind Pages of Black Press (continued on page 10); “The History of Black History” by Vernon E. Ash (continued on page 6); University of Memphis Black History

 

Black History – page 4

Excerpt from “White Shackled Themselves to Race and Blacks Have Yet to Free Ourselves” Takes Bold Look at Race in America  from Author Leonce Gaiter; “Oprah at the Apollo” Airs on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network; Jon Hale’s “Freedom Schools”

 

 

Black History – page 5

“A Historical List of Early Tennessee Lawmakers” by William M. Larsha, Sr.; Black Enterprise Announces Its List of the 50 Best Companies for Diversity’ T.D. Jakes 2018 Leadership Conference; Chief DD

 

Black History – page 6

Do You Know This About Black History?; "Forgiving Christmas" by Arelya J. Mitchell

 

Black History- page 7

“Feigning Indignation Over Trump’s Comments on Haiti, Africa, and El Salvador” by Raynard Jackson; “Keys on How to Control Black People” by Willie Lynch  in 1700s

 

Black History – page 8

Continuation of articles. T. D. Jakes 2018 Leadership Conference

 

Black History – page 9

“White House Director of HBCU Initiative Spells Out Why HBCUs Are Vital in U.S. Competitiveness”. An Op Ed by Johnathan M. Holifield.; “Negro Spirituals Often Provided Sanctity for Freedom-bound Slaves” by Cheryta Jones

 

Black History- page 10

Full Text of Emancipation Proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln; Rev. Jesse Jackson Wants Rekindling of ‘The Spirit’ of the Emancipation; Save the Manatee

 

Black History – page 11

Book Review: “Donna Brazile’s ‘Hacks’ Hacks More Than Russians” by Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway (continued on page 12); Cadence Black History

 

Black History – page 12

Who Advanced the Cause of Education in Jim Crow South in Collaboration with Booker T. Washington – Julius Rosenwald; Disney’s Wrinkle in Time

 

 

 

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