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Didn’t You Know You’ve Got to Cry Sometime?

Diana Ross sings a song that asks this question:  “Didn’t you know you have to cry sometime?”  However, a popular myth in our day says: “Strong people don’t cry,” or “Real men don’t cry.”  Why, then, do they have tear ducts? The … Continue reading

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The First African American Medical Doctor

Dr. James McCune Smith was a great American who overcame tremendous obstacles to become a first in black history.  He was born a slave in 1813. He received his freedom as a result of the Emancipation Act of the State of … Continue reading

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