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 The William Larsha, Sr. LANE

 

William Marion Larsha, Sr., educator, writer, and “republic righter,” was born March 20, 1924 in Atlanta, Ga. He received a B.S. degree from North Carolina A&T University, and a Master’s Degree from the University of Memphis. William Larsha is a retired public school teacher; a civic activist; and a long-time Democratic Party Executive Committeeman. He is also a political columnist and commentator for several newspapers, including The Memphis Tri-State Defender (for more than thirty years). He is a political columnist and analyst for The Mid-South Tribune which also distributes his column “Notebook” on The Mid-South Tribune ONLINE and the Black Information Highway (BIH) at www.blackinformationhighway.com   In 2004, a city block was n named in his honor by the City of Memphis, TN.

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"Don't Close the Door" by William Larsha, Sr. - Posted May 24, 2012

"The WE Plan for Freedom," an economic plan for African Americans

Notebook

Just Because I Want Tennessee to Have a Black Congressman Does Not Mean that I Hate Jews; The History of District 9   (archive)

"Of  Clinton and Sex; Who Benefits?"  (archive)

"Kwanzaa" by William Larsha, Sr.

"A History of Blacks in the Boxing Arena"

WE ,  by William Larsha, Sr., is an in depth look at a reparation  plan for African Americans (PDF format)

"Dark Day for a President" (poem)

Nantucket: Battle for Equal Education

"An Imaginary Dialogue with Booker T. Washington"

Profile: Ida B. Wells

African American Medical Notes in Black History

David Duke and Black Inventors

A Dark Day for a President (poem)

 

 

 

 

 

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