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E Pluribus Unum: Protecting Voting Rights in the era of the Great Replacement Theory

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On February 17, 2023 By Rafay Siddiqui, MPAC Policy Intern
As Black History Month marches onward, it is essential to celebrate the legacies generational African-American leaders have forged in their communities. Previously, conventional history courses provided a distilled, oversimplified story of African American communities – from shackles to segregation to liberation.  Earlier this month, the College Board unveiled the Advanced…
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Dr. King’s Legacy of Faith in Action

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On February 1, 2023 By MPAC
By: Isra Qadri and Qudsia Saeed | MPAC Policy Interns Black History Month is a call to honor the many African Americans who have pushed, and continue to push, for an equal and just nation. Without their resiliency, progress would be lost. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. unequivocally transformed American…
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