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Today in Black History: Joseph Cinque

In the case of Joseph Cinque and over 50 other slaves’ attempt to free themselves from the slave ship Amistad, a Circuit Court of Appeals upheld their not guilty verdict of murder and mutiny on this date in 1840.    Click Here to purchase your copy of “Amistad Rising: A Story of Freedom” by Veronica

 
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Today in Hispanic Heritage Month: Isabel Allende

The daughter of a diplomat, best-selling author Isabel Allende spent her childhood in South America, Europe, and the Middle East. As a teenager she returned to her family’s native country, Chile, where she became a writer and television host, but fled in 1975 following a military coup. Allende published her first and most acclaimed novel,

 
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