Category Archives: Black American History

Thomas Sowell: Hopelessness is the Product of the Race Industry

Thomas Sowell is a Rose & Milton Friedman Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institute at Stanford University. This first video is from an interview on Thomas Sowell’s book, “Economic Facts & Fallacies,” on Wall Street Journal Live, with Peter Robinson of … Continue reading

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Celebrating 34 Years: Rondo Days Parade July 15, 2017 12 pm

Forever will Rondo Days be a living remembrance of what once was. A former vibrant neighborhood was wiped out by the construction of the Interstate 94 Highway through St Paul Minnesota.  While we can’t go back in the past and … Continue reading

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Maj Toure Seeks Solutionaries in 13 City Black Guns Matter Tour

It seems almost every kind of thing matters these days.  Except proper information about Responsible 2nd Amendment Gun Ownership, especially among Blacks in this country.  The stereotype of a Black person with a gun is that they must be a … Continue reading

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Wentworth Cheswell Black Patriot & Son of Liberty

A Black Patriot: Wentworth Cheswell BLACK REVOLUTIONARY ERA PATRIOT Wentworth Cheswell (1746-1817)At WallBuilders we strive to “present America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on our moral, religious, and constitutional heritage,” so Wentworth Cheswell (sometimes Chiswell or Cheswill) is … Continue reading

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2017 Black American History and Heritage Month

This month We will post a number of stories about the contributions of Black Americans who have contributed to achievements to better our nation and our culture. Many of them you probably have never learned about in school. Which is not … Continue reading

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