What Were We Fighting For?

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It’s been 55 years since the Civil Rights Act was passed. People in our generation still remember stories from our parents and grandparents on how they struggled just to survive. They fought tirelessly for their children to have the same rights as white folks around them.

Now, what do those children and grandchildren look like? I recently watched a video of a majority-black town hall meeting and noticed something…

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LaShana is CEO and Founder of L. M. Lewis Consulting, a business dedicated to offering diversity, nonprofit, and technology consulting services.

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LaShana Lewis

LaShana Lewis

LaShana is CEO and Founder of L. M. Lewis Consulting, a business dedicated to offering diversity, nonprofit, and technology consulting services.

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