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This is the grave of Daniel Patrick Moynihan. A man who suffered from a perspective on African-American life I think can only be ascribed to a white family pathology developed by two centuries of white power, Moynihan was born in Tulsa in 1927. His parents moved to New York in 1933 and lived as working […]
This grassy spot next to the Lathrop grave is the unmarked grave of Malik Sealy. Born in 1970 in the Bronx and named after Malcolm X because his father had been one of the great activist’s bodyguards, Sealy became a leading New York high school basketball player. He won the state title at Tolentine High, […]
This is the grave of Eugene Debs. Simply one of the greatest Americans to ever live, Debs was born in 1855 in Terre Haute, Indiana to French immigrants. Although his family was not poor, Debs dropped out of school at age 14 to work on the railroad. In 1875, he joined the Brotherhood of Locomotive […]
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