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5/20/2018
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Alexis Manigo, like most 16 year olds, desired to have her own money. She applied for a job. When the hiring manager asked for documentation, that's when her life began to unravel. Everything she thought and knew about herself was a lie.

Duration:00:10:12

They will get their man

5/6/2018
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The FBI, DEA, and other alphabet agencies are tenacious on the path of drug dealers who murdered one of their own over 30 years ago. The agents have not given up. We are thankful they continue to pursue justice no matter how long it takes. #FBI #DEA #Drugs #Justice #Mexico #mostwanted

Duration:00:20:51

Would you sacrifice economic equality for social justice?

4/25/2018
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This bank failure devastated the Black community. They felt betrayed, abandoned, and distrustful of the banking system. Is this why Blacks have not pursued economic equality as fervently as social justice? #USCivilWar #banking #finance #blackhistory #investing #financialliteracymonth #savingmoney #socialjustice

Duration:00:16:55

What shall be done with the colored people?

4/14/2018
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This question was asked by a southerner in the months following the #USCivilWar and right after the ratification of the 13th amendment in #Georgia. What did this writer propose America should do with the colored people and why did America not do it? After all, it had been done before. #Confederacy #History #News #Politics #SocialJustice Reach out to us at TheWindup.news

Duration:00:24:52

The Civil War's best inland pilot on the coast

3/28/2018
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This man was the best inland pilot on the coast. He defied the traditions and stereotypes of the time and dispelled the rumors of the Civil War that exist to this very day.

Duration:00:10:54

The Civil War & the 14th amendment

3/22/2018
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Imagine life after the Civil War. In Georgia, there is destruction across the South. Newly emancipated slaves struggle to establish a life on their own. Families are torn apart through death, ideology, and distance. Supporters and leaders of the Confederate States of America struggle to discover their place in the United States. Meet one of two men who stood alone to vote in favor of the 14th amendment.

Duration:00:13:22

New news is just old news happening to new people

3/21/2018
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The opponents and supporters of Sunday alcohol sales have the same arguments today as those of over 100 years ago except this one question on which our society turns. #spring #sunday #beer #spirits #sober #sales

Duration:00:10:17

He was on his way to death

3/15/2018
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Do you remember Alton Sterling? He was the young man who was killed while selling CDs outside of a convenience store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His death sparked riots and demonstrations across the country. As a result, three Baton Rouge police officers were ambushed and killed. What was the outcome of this story? Listen to find out.

Duration:00:19:55