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Ramping UP! (Don't Give up)
An amazing team of Christian builders constructed a handicap access ramp in one day to support the reconstruction of a 120 year old farmhouse into a functional community center for an underserved rural area. The Bay Leaf Builders, of Bay Leaf Baptist Church in Raleigh, NC, drove 2 hours to the George Henry White Memorial Health & Education Center in Clarkton, NC. They are all ages 67 to 85! The music is used by permission of the writers and performers, Mehrdad Mizani and Kate Tsubata. "Don't Give Up".
GEORGE HENRY WHITE (1852-1918) | Black History
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Congressman George Henry White finally honored where he was born
George Henry White introduced the first anti-lynching bill in Congress. In the late 1800s, the North Carolina native and Republican served two terms as the nation's only elected black representation in Congress until 1901. Years would pass before another black person was elected. And it would take several decades later for White to finally be honored in Bladen County, NC; his birthplace. TV Journalist Tim Pulliam first uncovered the story in 2010 and followed up ten years later to reveal the landmark now bearing his name.
Retaining Family Farmland: Dania Davy
Minority farmland has passed out of families due to multiple issues. Attorney Dania Davy, director of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives Land Assistance Fund explains how your family can avoid this by using legal procedures including creating a Trust or a Will that specifies who are the heirs and what can be done with the property. A vital and eye-opening message; please share with everyone you know.
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