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Black History

It’s Black History Month! This page is dedicated to posts involving the advancement and history of Black culture in the world. Students may submit posts regarding Black history and culture to The Main Street Journal for review and to be posted.

Never forget

October 22, 2020 1:27pm | Kyle Holmes

Although he’s gone, But he will never be forgotten.  


September 24, 2020 3:48pm | Corbin Pettigrew , Tia Nache

View this post on Instagram Breonna Taylor, justice was not served! We won’t Forget!! @erinnfleeks @theshaderoom @shaunking @kevonstage @tacoreign @tacomarche @joshua.fields206 @amber206 @stephenie503 @tamikalpalmer @kimnicky A post shared by Tia Naché (@iamtianache) on Sep 23, 2020 at 3:16pm PDT

Grand Jury’s decision to not indict officers in fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor

September 24, 2020 12:20pm | Corbin Pettigrew

Police say ‘close to 100 arrests’ at Breonna Taylor protests in Louisville, Kentucky overnight Police have announced that they made close to 100 arrests in Louisville, Kentucky, yesterday during the protests over the grand jury’s decision to not indict officers in the fatal shooting of […]

Are we truly “free”?

September 13, 2020 12:32am | Elijah Carroll

FREEDOM Freedom, a word used to justify someone’s ability to be free and to an extent to what someone believes it is to be free whether that’s inequality or free will. I believe that freedom doesn’t exist but to defy it, it is the will […]

Supporting Black Lives Matter Protesters!

June 29, 2020 1:42pm | Deven Garcia

On Monday  I worked along with a mentor,  Chef Ricky (@chef_dmv) to help feed those protesting in Washington, Dc. We set up a table on K street NW and served all those we could, about 107 plates were made. We brought tons of food.  The […]

What Has Happen Since George Floyd Death

June 11, 2020 8:33pm | Nnenna Nnakwu

What you really need to know The fallout is spreading from police departments to publishing and beyond. ‘Make it stop’: George Floyd’s brother testifies before Congress. Minnesota’s governor calls a special legislative session to curb police abuses and ease economic pain. The Los Angeles Police […]

I can’t breathe

June 11, 2020 2:27am | Elijah

As many may know of the horrific murder of George Flyod, listed as being a homicide.  This has put the world in rage, once again another black man, innocent at that was slain even in its innocence. Around the nation citizens have been protesting in […]

Black Woman in History: Katherine Johnson

June 10, 2020 4:17am | Jordan Coleman & Virginia Bates

As a Black History figure we are saddened to hear that NASA Mathematician, Katherine Johnson, has passed away at the age of 101. If you have not had the opportunity to see the amazing film, “Hidden Figures”, starring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Jannelle […]

We are the same

June 9, 2020 7:34pm | Elijah Carroll

I, a black man who wants to be successful in life but I’m not the only one you have plenty of other ethnicities who just want equality and to be successful. The white man doesn’t have to worry but listen to this. The killers of […]

8 Minutes 46 Seconds

June 9, 2020 7:27pm | Jordan Coleman

On May 25, 2020 we watched for 8 minutes and 36 second another innocent black life be taken from us , a video that went viral and was shared to millions on phones, laptops and tv screens. From beginning to end we watched the stages […]