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Bill Clinton, Chicago, and cnn.com: Morehouse Flips Presidents' Day To 'Obama Day @17th thsoulj Another opportunity to shed light and love on former President BarackObama happened Monday (Feb. 19) when Morehouse College helped led a celebratory movement with the replacement of President’s Day for “Obama Day.”Presented by NewsOne, conversations on Obama’s legacy, as well as the influence of former first lady MichelleObama, were highlighted at the historic institution by author and academic Michael Eric Dyson, activist Michaela Angela Davis, New York Magazine’s Rembert Browne, Jamilah Lemieux of Interactive One and more. From panels on the Affordable Care Act to Obama’s connection to people of color, no topic went overlooked. The same happened online as those who supported the former POTUS praised his legacy online.Obama also saw another accomplishment when he was named the 12th best president among historians. For the first time, Obama was eligible for the CSPAN-headed survey which asks 91 historians to rate the previous 43 presidents across ten categories. The categories include, “Public Persuasion,” “Crisis Leadership,” “Economic Management,” “Moral Authority,” “International Relations,” “Administrative Skills,” “Relations with Congress,” “Vision-Setting An Agenda,” “Pursued Equal Justice for All,” and “Performance Within the Context of His Times.” Bill Clinton landed at 15, George Bush at 20, the late John F. Kennedy at 8 and Abraham Lincon at number 1. People also took to the streets for “Not My President’s Day,” a rally featuring those against President Donald Trump. CNN reports demonstrations took place in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles to continue the “momentum” of the historic Women’s March in January. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th presidentsday
Bill Clinton, Chicago, and cnn.com: Morehouse Flips Presidents'
 Day To 'Obama Day
 @17th thsoulj
Another opportunity to shed light and love on former President BarackObama happened Monday (Feb. 19) when Morehouse College helped led a celebratory movement with the replacement of President’s Day for “Obama Day.”Presented by NewsOne, conversations on Obama’s legacy, as well as the influence of former first lady MichelleObama, were highlighted at the historic institution by author and academic Michael Eric Dyson, activist Michaela Angela Davis, New York Magazine’s Rembert Browne, Jamilah Lemieux of Interactive One and more. From panels on the Affordable Care Act to Obama’s connection to people of color, no topic went overlooked. The same happened online as those who supported the former POTUS praised his legacy online.Obama also saw another accomplishment when he was named the 12th best president among historians. For the first time, Obama was eligible for the CSPAN-headed survey which asks 91 historians to rate the previous 43 presidents across ten categories. The categories include, “Public Persuasion,” “Crisis Leadership,” “Economic Management,” “Moral Authority,” “International Relations,” “Administrative Skills,” “Relations with Congress,” “Vision-Setting An Agenda,” “Pursued Equal Justice for All,” and “Performance Within the Context of His Times.” Bill Clinton landed at 15, George Bush at 20, the late John F. Kennedy at 8 and Abraham Lincon at number 1. People also took to the streets for “Not My President’s Day,” a rally featuring those against President Donald Trump. CNN reports demonstrations took place in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles to continue the “momentum” of the historic Women’s March in January. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th presidentsday

Another opportunity to shed light and love on former President BarackObama happened Monday (Feb. 19) when Morehouse College helped led a cel...

America, Bad, and Donald Trump: Jack Murphy @Real Jack Donald Trump has opened the country's eyes to what's happening in Sweden. Massive refugee intake causing tremendous problems #SwedenIncident MILO SEX CRIMES IN SWEDEN POLIS WONDER WHAT HAPPEND HERE Couldn't have said it better, @realjackmurphy even shows the facts on how these "refugees" are destroying Europe. They're a cancer to society just like their liberal buddies. Not all are bad, sure, but if I hand you a handful of skittles and tell you one of them is poisoned, you'd be a window-lickin', Elmer's glue eatin' doofer to even eat one. Same concept. @realjackmurphy refugees syrianrefugees letthemin refugee syria liberals libbys democraps liberallogic liberal ccw247 conservative constitution presidenttrump resist stupidliberals merica america stupiddemocrats donaldtrump trump2016 patriot trump yeeyee presidentdonaldtrump draintheswamp makeamericagreatagain trumptrain maga Add me on Snapchat and get to know me. Don't be a stranger: thetypicallibby Partners: @theunapologeticpatriot 🇺🇸 @too_savage_for_democrats 🐍 @thelastgreatstand 🇺🇸 @always.right 🐘 @keepamerica.usa ☠️ TURN ON POST NOTIFICATIONS! Make sure to check out our joint Facebook - Right Wing Savages Joint Instagram - @rightwingsavages Joint Twitter - @wethreesavages Follow my backup page: @the_typical_liberal_backup
America, Bad, and Donald Trump: Jack Murphy
 @Real Jack
 Donald Trump has opened the country's
 eyes to what's happening in Sweden.
 Massive refugee intake causing
 tremendous problems
 #SwedenIncident
 MILO
 SEX CRIMES IN SWEDEN
 POLIS
 WONDER WHAT HAPPEND HERE
Couldn't have said it better, @realjackmurphy even shows the facts on how these "refugees" are destroying Europe. They're a cancer to society just like their liberal buddies. Not all are bad, sure, but if I hand you a handful of skittles and tell you one of them is poisoned, you'd be a window-lickin', Elmer's glue eatin' doofer to even eat one. Same concept. @realjackmurphy refugees syrianrefugees letthemin refugee syria liberals libbys democraps liberallogic liberal ccw247 conservative constitution presidenttrump resist stupidliberals merica america stupiddemocrats donaldtrump trump2016 patriot trump yeeyee presidentdonaldtrump draintheswamp makeamericagreatagain trumptrain maga Add me on Snapchat and get to know me. Don't be a stranger: thetypicallibby Partners: @theunapologeticpatriot 🇺🇸 @too_savage_for_democrats 🐍 @thelastgreatstand 🇺🇸 @always.right 🐘 @keepamerica.usa ☠️ TURN ON POST NOTIFICATIONS! Make sure to check out our joint Facebook - Right Wing Savages Joint Instagram - @rightwingsavages Joint Twitter - @wethreesavages Follow my backup page: @the_typical_liberal_backup

Couldn't have said it better, @realjackmurphy even shows the facts on how these "refugees" are destroying Europe. They're a cancer to societ...

Donald Trump, Facebook, and Future: NEVER FORGET The Free Thought ON FEBRUARY 19. 1942. THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES AUTHORIZED THE GOVERNMENT TO INCARCERATE AMERICANS SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY LOOKED LIKE THE TENEMY, MORE THAN II0.000 AMERICAN CITIZENS & IMMIGRANTS OF JAPANESE ANCESTRY WERE FORCED TO GIVE UP THEIR HOMES. BUSINESSES AND WAY OF LIFE. 💭 Can’t Happen Here? 75 Years Ago, a President’s Executive Order Put US Citizens in Prison Camps... 😡 REPORT: (link to article in our bio) Today marks the DayOfRemembrance, because on February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, opening one of the nastiest chapters in United States history — the mass internment of Japanese Americans. . And while much discussion has been made of President Donald Trump’s Mexico border wall, immigrant raids, and Muslim-majority nation immigration ban, for swaths of the country, the predominant sentiment still comprises some version of, it can’t happen here. . But it can. It did. . And the abomination of Japanese American InternmentCamps — where more than two-thirds of the 120,000 detainees had been born in the United States — must not be forgotten, understated, or passed over like an historical anomaly. Because that’s precisely why our more abhorrent moments creep from the past, transformed into modern, and oft worse, manifestations of an evil we thought swept into history’s dustbin — collective memory lapse nearly guarantees a repeat performance. . Will we ever learn? . “When the order was first signed, there was uncertainty,” writes U.S. Representative Doris Matsui of Roosevelt’s decree for Quartz. “Who, exactly, was impacted by this? Where would they and their families go? What would happen to their businesses? Their homes? Details about the implementation of the order were unclear, and families faced confusion and fear about what would happen to them. With the stroke of a pen, their future was suddenly unknown. People’s lives had changed and they couldn’t even be sure how... . - Continued - . 💭 Read the FULL Report: (link in bio) http:-thefreethoughtproject.com-japanese-internment-camps-order- 💭 Join Us: @TheFreeThoughtProject 💭 TheFreeThoughtProject 💭 LIKE our Facebook page & Visit our website for more News and Information. Link in Bio.... 💭 www.TheFreeThoughtProject.com
Donald Trump, Facebook, and Future: NEVER FORGET
 The Free Thought
 ON FEBRUARY 19. 1942. THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
 STATES AUTHORIZED THE GOVERNMENT TO INCARCERATE
 AMERICANS SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY LOOKED LIKE THE
 TENEMY, MORE THAN II0.000 AMERICAN CITIZENS &
 IMMIGRANTS OF JAPANESE ANCESTRY WERE FORCED TO
 GIVE UP THEIR HOMES. BUSINESSES AND WAY OF LIFE.
💭 Can’t Happen Here? 75 Years Ago, a President’s Executive Order Put US Citizens in Prison Camps... 😡 REPORT: (link to article in our bio) Today marks the DayOfRemembrance, because on February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, opening one of the nastiest chapters in United States history — the mass internment of Japanese Americans. . And while much discussion has been made of President Donald Trump’s Mexico border wall, immigrant raids, and Muslim-majority nation immigration ban, for swaths of the country, the predominant sentiment still comprises some version of, it can’t happen here. . But it can. It did. . And the abomination of Japanese American InternmentCamps — where more than two-thirds of the 120,000 detainees had been born in the United States — must not be forgotten, understated, or passed over like an historical anomaly. Because that’s precisely why our more abhorrent moments creep from the past, transformed into modern, and oft worse, manifestations of an evil we thought swept into history’s dustbin — collective memory lapse nearly guarantees a repeat performance. . Will we ever learn? . “When the order was first signed, there was uncertainty,” writes U.S. Representative Doris Matsui of Roosevelt’s decree for Quartz. “Who, exactly, was impacted by this? Where would they and their families go? What would happen to their businesses? Their homes? Details about the implementation of the order were unclear, and families faced confusion and fear about what would happen to them. With the stroke of a pen, their future was suddenly unknown. People’s lives had changed and they couldn’t even be sure how... . - Continued - . 💭 Read the FULL Report: (link in bio) http:-thefreethoughtproject.com-japanese-internment-camps-order- 💭 Join Us: @TheFreeThoughtProject 💭 TheFreeThoughtProject 💭 LIKE our Facebook page & Visit our website for more News and Information. Link in Bio.... 💭 www.TheFreeThoughtProject.com

💭 Can’t Happen Here? 75 Years Ago, a President’s Executive Order Put US Citizens in Prison Camps... 😡 REPORT: (link to article in our bio) T...