Black History Culture : American Black Culture - A Picture from the Past ... Separate but Equal

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  1. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    This is history!

    By the time I was aware, this was not around, but when I worked at a shipyard, my Black co-workers, older men, pointed out the huge posters that still remained in certain storage areas that were all around still. If they had not had pointed them out, I would not have noticed, though. I was so surprised to see these type of posters sill laying around.
     
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    WoW :wow: is just about all I can say Chevron Dove, thanks for that knowledge drop, it works well in the "knowledge party."

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