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Severo Ochoa

Severo Ochoa

Severo Ochoa was a Spanish-American biochemist and molecular biologist who was co-awarded the 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovering an enzyme that enables the synthesis of RNA. Born in 1905, Severo Ochoa was a Nobel Prize-winning scientist […]
Sonia Sotomayor

Sonia Sotomayor

Nominated by President Barack Obama on May 26, 2009, Sonia Sotomayor became the first Latina Supreme Court Justice in U.S. history. Sonia Sotomayor was born June 25, 1954, in the Bronx borough of New York City. Her desire to be […]
Joan Baez

Joan Baez

Joan Baez is an American folk singer, songwriter and activist who is best known for her distinctive voice and for her role in popularizing the music of Bob Dylan. Joan Baez was born in Staten Island, New York, on January […]
Aida Giachello

Aida Giachello

Latinos are three times as likely as non-Hispanic whites to suffer from potentially life-threatening diabetes. They are far more likely to be plagued by asthma and hypertension too. Aida Giachello, 59, founded the Midwest Latino Health Research, Training and Policy […]
Mario Molina

Mario Molina

At the University of California at Berkeley in 1973, Molina and Sherwood Rowland began researching chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), then widely used in refrigerators, spray cans, and cleaning solvents. They discovered that the release of CFCs could destroy the ozone layer in […]
Alberto Gonzales

Alberto Gonzales

Lawyer, and former U.S. attorney general Alberto R. Gonzales made history in 2005 as the first Hispanic appointed U.S. attorney general. Alberto R. Gonzales was born August 4, 1955, in San Antonio, Texas. The son of a construction worker, he […]
The Racial Divide in the United States: A Reflection for the World Day of Peace 2015

The Racial Divide in the United States: A Reflection for the World Day of Peace 2015

The Racial Divide in the United States: A Reflection for the World Day of Peace 2015 – By The Most Reverend Edward K. Braxton, Ph.D., S.T.D. January 1, 2015 This prologue is an invitation to imagine the country and the […]
Still Relevant: Contemplating the importance of Black History Month in today’s society

Still Relevant: Contemplating the importance of Black History Month in today’s society

Still Relevant: Contemplating the importance of Black History Month in today’s society – By Rob Montana editor@ithacatimes.com While the origins of Black History Month date back to 1926 — when historian Carter G. Woodson announced the second week of February […]
Stephen Colbert’s radical vulnerability: Talking frankly about race could be a game-changer for his moderate white audience

Stephen Colbert’s radical vulnerability: Talking frankly about race could be a game-changer for his moderate white audience

This article can be read before watching the video from “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” listed on the Inclusive Community Video list. VIDEO Late Night Show with Stephen Colbert interview with DeRay McKesson, Black Lives Matter Activist – January […]
Blacks’ Exodus Reshapes Cities

Blacks’ Exodus Reshapes Cities

Blacks’ Exodus Reshapes Cities By Judy Keen, USA TODAY CHICAGO — Kendall Taylor grew up on this city’s tough South Side and is a pastor at Lodebar Church and Ministries in his old neighborhood. But he lives 35 miles away, […]
TRAYVON MARTIN, OSCAR GRANT, JOHN CRAWFORD III, MICHAEL BROWN, JR., ERIC GARNER, AND TAMIR RICE

TRAYVON MARTIN, OSCAR GRANT, JOHN CRAWFORD III, MICHAEL BROWN, JR., ERIC GARNER, AND TAMIR RICE

TRAYVON MARTIN, OSCAR GRANT, JOHN CRAWFORD III, MICHAEL BROWN, JR., ERIC GARNER, AND TAMIR RICE A document from “The Racial Divide in the United States: A Reflection for the World Day of Peace.” “God gave Noah the rainbow sign. No […]
Goals for Year One

Goals for Year One

Year one of the Inclusive Community Project included: the creation of a mission statement, realistic goals and purpose for the student committee, working the Inclusive Community Project in line with the Senior Project and the Diversity Club. The main goal […]
Ashanti Prayer for Blessing

Ashanti Prayer for Blessing

Let us remember That we are in the Holy presence of God   O Lord, O God, creator Of Our land, our earth, the trees, the animals and humans, all is for your honor The drums beat it out, and […]
Kikuyu Peace Prayer

Kikuyu Peace Prayer

Let us remember That we are in the Holy presence of God   Praise ye Lord, Peace be with us. Say that the elders may have wisdom and speak with one voice. Peace be with us. Say that the country […]
Senior Student Committee

Senior Student Committee

The Inclusive Community Project is developed in conjunction with the Senior Project. The seniors are selected by Mr. Lawrence Puck. Future senior committees with be recommended from the out-going senior committee with final approval by Lawrence Puck. Senior Committee 2016 […]
Pygmy Prayer

Pygmy Prayer

A prayer Christian done by Pygmy people in Africa. ______________________________________ Let us remember That we are in the holy presence of God   In the beginning was God, Today is God, Tomorrow will be God. Who can make an image […]
A Prayer for Black History Month and Support for Hope

A Prayer for Black History Month and Support for Hope

Let us remember That we are in the Holy presence of God   Loving God, who reigns on Earth as it is in Heaven Father God Whom the prophet Isaiah called the Mother of Zion, We come to you with […]
Paul Laurence Dunbar: “A Prayer”

Paul Laurence Dunbar: “A Prayer”

The son of ex-slaves and a classmate of aviation pioneer Orville Wright, Paul Laurence Dunbar was the first African American to gain widespread fame as a poet. His ability to use different conversational dialects made his works accessible to a […]
Frederick Douglass: “In Search of Freedom”

Frederick Douglass: “In Search of Freedom”

Through prayer and introspection, Frederick Douglass tried to make sense of his enslavement on a Maryland plantation. This piece, calling out to God for deliverance, was taken from his riveting autobiography published seven years after his escape to freedom. __________________________________ […]
Mary McLeod Bethune: “Symphony of Life”

Mary McLeod Bethune: “Symphony of Life”

Born into a family of seventeen children whose parents had once been slaves, Mary McLeod Bethune became one of the most indefatigable voices for global equality and understanding in the immediate years before and after World War II. She was […]
Malcolm X: “Prayer to Allah”

Malcolm X: “Prayer to Allah”

  This prayer, which stems from the teachings of the Koran, has had some significance in recent U.S. history. To Malcolm X, who was an avowed racist for a good portion of his adult life, it became the catalyst for […]
W.E.B DuBois: “Give Us Grace”

W.E.B DuBois: “Give Us Grace”

Let us remember That we are in the Holy presence of God   W.E.B DuBois: “Give Us Grace” Educator and civil rights activist W. E. B. Du Bois became the first African American to receive a doctorate from Harvard. An […]
Sojourner Truth: “Do For Me God”

Sojourner Truth: “Do For Me God”

Let us remember That we are in the Holy presence of God   Sojourner Truth: “Do For Me God” The indefatigable Sojourner Truth, the former slave who became outspoken in her defense of human dignity, often spoke to God in […]
Prayer for Black History Month

Prayer for Black History Month

Prayer for Black History Month Written by Fr. Clarence Williams, CPPS Let us remember That we are in the Holy presence of God Father of creation Whose Son Jesus incarnated in time And whose Spirit enlivens our lives today May […]
Martin Delany

Martin Delany

Martin Robison Delany was an African-American abolitionist, journalist, physician and writer. He was born free in Charles Town, W.Va. (then part of Virginia, a slave state). Delany was an outspoken Black nationalist, arguably the first; and is considered by some to be the […]