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July 2014 Blog Posts (3)

The Clock: A Legend from Africa

Few centuries ago, a so called "adventurer" went to explore the inner tribes of Africa. He was carrying a standing clock (now we call them grandfather clocks) with him, which he adored so much, as it was one of the most expensive types at that time. The clock, oak framed with polished brass lining, needed winding every 12 hours.  On his way to the thick forest, he met a tribesman, Ondonge. Belonged to the Lemba tribe, Ondonge was a stocky, shrewd and cunning person with lots of venom in his…

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Added by Adisa on July 26, 2014 at 1:30pm — No Comments

FLAG SALUTE by Esther Popel

Note: In a classroom in a Negro school a pupil gave as his news topic during the opening exercises of the morning, a report of the Princess Anne Lynching of October 18, 1933. 

A brief discussion of the facts of the case followed, after which the student in charge gave this direction: pupils, rise, and give the flag salute! They did so without hesitation!

 

"I pledge allegiance to the flag"— 

"They dragged him naked 

"Through the muddy…

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Added by Adisa on July 5, 2014 at 8:07am — No Comments

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