Desegregation launched a Political Revolution: Black History Month commemoration

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Host Patró Mabíli sheds light on Community Speaks.

The 1948 order desegregating the U.S. armed forces started a momentum of desegregation culminating in the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Also, hope for compensation justice for the victims of two notorious schools for boys in Florida.

Plus, older workers are feeling the blues in the workplace.

Commemoration of Black History Month and progress under threat in these times.

Community Speaks Truth, sheds light not heat, at WMNF Community Radio

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