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"A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots." 

Marcus Garvey
The Fresno Bee
Saturday, May 3, 1924
Sidney Dearing - outsting - The daily worker. [volume] Friday, Jun 06, 1924 New York, NY_4

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0 The Cordele dispatch and daily sentinel (Cordele, Georgia), June 6, 1924.jpg

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0 Americus times-recorder (Americus, Ga.;[Americus, Ga._]), June 6, 1924.jpg

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In 1924, the prejudiced residents of Piedmont, California compelled the first Black family to leave through the use of mobs, violence, and various threats, both physical and legal. For a century, this historical account was suppressed, overlooked, and subjected to gatekeeping. This platform aims to shed light on the well-known but concealed history, serving as a means to educate and confront the realities of our troubled past. It strives to underscore the progress made while acknowledging the ongoing work required to rectify and understand our history.
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