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Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month, is an annual observance in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom for remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African diaspora.

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Today in Black History: 1937 the founding of Wings Over Jordan Choir. This group was organized by the Rev Glen T. Settles in Cleveland, Ohio and was perhaps the most beautiful sounding of all Gospel choirs. Their otherworldly and almost ghostly sound was heard on over 50 recordings. In the days before television, when families would sit around the radio together, Wings Over Jordan was a popular family radio program that featured this talented African American choir. Beginning in the late 1930s, the show was broadcast out of Cleveland on the CBS network. Rev. Glenn T. Settle had his choir work with Worth Kramer (program director at radio station WGAR), who eventually stepped down as program director to run the Wings show. As a bonus, the program featured outstanding African American leaders from all walks of life as guest speakers. One of Wings Over Jordan first recordings was made on October 19, 1941 for CBS radio. It was called I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray. The Wings Over Jordan Celebration Chorus was for ...
* Today in Black History - August 1 * 1619 - Twenty African "Negroes" became the first Blacks to land in Protestant America at Jamestown, Virginia. Surviving evidence suggests that the twenty Africans were accorded the status of indentured servants. 1834 - Slavery is abolished in the British Empire by the royal ascent of the King of England after having been voted by Parliament the previous year. 1838 - British slaves in the Bahamas are emancipated. 1852 - San Francisco Methodists establish the first African American Zion Methodist Church. 1867 - African Americans vote for the first time in a state election, in Tennessee, helping the Republicans sweep the election. 1867 - General Philip H. Sheridan dismisses the board of aldermen in New Orleans and named new appointees, including several African Americans. 1868 - Governor Henry C. Warmoth of Louisiana endorses a joint resolution of the legislature calling for federal military aid. Warmoth says there had been 150 political assassinations in June and July . ...
Black History is American History due to the fact that it happened in america. But it's still History for Blacks, in America. (cont)
As you all know I have a passion for untold Black History and the advancement of all people, but especially my own... Most of us have a soft spot for our bloodline. We pay tribute to our ancestors this way w/o realizing it...We *** moors/Hebrews/BLACK FOLKS) have been so disconnected with the importance of this.. We don't know and DONT CARE who we are. Most of us can't trace back past our great great grand parents. Our identities have been completely stripped away from us. The psychological effects are evident. We seem to want no ties to the continent we call Africa today. We treat West Africans like they are not our direct blood distant relatives. You do know the slave trade came out of west Africa right? I'll talk about that more in the comment section, because trust me, someone will have something to say on that... Other nationalities have a kinship with one other. They support one another economically, emotionally, and spiritually.. Spiritually.. Hmmm... Spirituality, Religion, Faith, beliefs or w ...
Wrapping up the month of July with a notebook full of Black History facts, so study up because there might be a quiz later. Better yet, print these out, give them to your youth and quiz them; time to get their brains thinking 'education time' again. July 29th: 1) George Dixon, 1st Black to win a World title, also the 1st to hold a World title in 2 different weight classes at the same time; also invented training techniques such as Suspended Punching Bag, Shadowboxing & Scientific Boxing, born in Nova Scotia, 1870 2) 1st National Convention of Black Women held in Boston MA, 1895 3) Chester Himes, crime novelist, born, 1909 4) The National Liberty Congress of Colored Americans asked Congress to make lynching a federal crime, 1918 5) First convention of the National Association of *** Musicians; held in Chicago. It awarded its first scholarship to the young Marian Anderson., 1919 6) South African govt bans anti-apartheid film "Cry Freedom", 1988 7) Physician Bernard A. Harris, Jr. becomes an astronaut, 200 . ...
The real Black History Month will begin on August 1st
Seven of the most unrecognized women in Black History. Let's recognize these ladies during Black History Month.
We would love some ideas for inter generational Black History Month projects, as we have some funding to do some! Creative Ideas please.
Every month is Black History Month in the Love House.
Thank you for visiting Richmond's Black History Corner. Here you will find various facts on Black History in Richmond. Hopefully this will wet your appetite for researching deeper into the Black History of Richmond to discover the pride, roots, and beginnings in various areas, such as arts & culture, the WWII era, athletics, business, entertainment, politics and more. Let's get started with...Did you know? Did you know? One of the first downtown African American-operated businesses was O.B. Freeman's Shoe Shine at 1319 Macdonald Avenue. This place in the heart of Richmond's commercial district was fondly remembered by Gus Sonoda, whose family ran a shoe repair store on 10th Street, as a pre- WWII gathering place for "hot-rodders." The Maritime Child Development Centers -- created and maintained to enable women to work 'around the clock -- did not serve African American children. However, there was such a strong tradition of collective parenting brought with them from the South, that it mattered little to ...
Photo: Today in Black History - July 24, 1990 The National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus of the United...
This Day in Black History: July 16, 1977 - The first Black Miss Universe is crowned.
Black History... what is it really, whose story is really being told here? History is His story, her story, their story. But what is the real story behind a lot of history any way? Who is the narrator of history that qualifies them to say what is or what is not? What is the purpose of history anyway? Are we to learn from it or do we repeat it? Who decides what is recorded in the books to be passed down from one generation to another? Why are things intentionally left out and replaced with another version? What is the image that is repeated in the minds of people to believe? History is mans version based on prejudices and emotions but not God's version. Scriptures tell us the things that were written a fore-time were written for our learning that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope... but hope for who? Black History. is it really the history of blacks or is it just some excepts from the past to pay temporary homage to a culture that has been abused, used and confused about its ...
Photo: Today in Black History  - July 10, 1966 The Southern Christian Leadership Conference, SCLC and the...
This Day in Black History: July 4, 1881: Tuskegee Institute holds first day of class.
This Day in Black History: June 29, 1943 Singer Little Eva was born in Belhaven, North Carolina.
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Black History can't be relegated to one month a year! It's American History!.
Today in Black History for June 24th Selected Black Facts for June 24 1. 1972 - Democratic Nat. Convention The rules committee of the Democratic National Convention approved the nomination of Yvonne Brathwaite Burke as co-chair person of the convention. Share this Fact! 2. 1968 - Resurrection City closed Resurrection City closed. More than one hundred residents were arrested when they refused to leave site. Other residents, including Ralph Abernathy, were arrested during demonstration at Capitol. National Guard was mobilized later in the day to stop disturbances. Share this Fact! 3. 1936 - Mary McLeod Bethune Mary McLeod Bethune, founder-president of Bethune-Cookman College, named director of *** Affairs of the National Youth Administration. She was the first Black woman to receive a major appointment from the federal government. She educator held the post until January 1, 1944. Share this Fact! 4. 1898 - American troops drove Spanish forces from Cuba American troops, including Tenth Cavalry, drove Span . ...
WWE has a black man fighting against Abraham Lincoln. Their history is as bad as their talent scouting.
1. History lesson to Min Nkwinti, this land was not taken with bills, policies, legislation, etc, black people died fighting for it.
Black movies needs to be more than just our history as oppressed people but about our contributions to science, medicine, etc.
I also Black History Month is unnecessary. As do a lot of black people... Cause it shouldn't be "black history"... It should…
TOP 5 Black Beauties in the history of Miss Universe! Meet them:
--A racist mom kidnaps her daughter to avoid vaccination and learning about black history
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I like to say: Constitutional Democratic Civil-human rights, in law, for all the people. In the 1950s, the Civil Rights Movement escalated pressure on the federal government to protect the voting rights of racial minorities. In 1957, Congress passed the first voting-rights legislation since Reconstruction: the Civil Rights Act of 1957. That legislation authorized the Attorney General to sue for injunctive relief on behalf of persons whose Fifteenth Amendment rights were deprived, created the Civil Rights Division within the Department of Justice to enforce civil rights through litigation, and created the Commission on Civil Rights to investigate voting rights deprivations. Further protections were enacted in the Civil Rights Act of 1960, which allowed federal courts to appoint referees to conduct voter registration in jurisdictions that engaged in voting discrimination against racial minorities. Although these acts helped empower courts to remedy violations of federal voting rights, strict legal standards ...
Umma post that on Black History Month next year lol
If you believe in white Jesus unfollow me, Jesus was a black jew, they white washed history 😴😴 but most y'all sleep tho
Ten Best Lies of Black History. By the N.O.I. Research Group. In this special month devoted to our history, The...
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Then, I would like to order this t-shirt. The KKK were invaluable to black history.
I'm literally reading these books right now...NO LIE.I'm look at history of these animals.They use the DOG on the so call BLACK MAN
Y'all know I love fun facts right: . “stay” by is the best selling ballad by a black female in history.
I'm going to need these schools to switch up the curriculums and to use books that teach black children their REAL history..pre-slavery
Black History Month : do you see any value ? Minister Louis Farrakhan answers question .
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You gotta let your kids watch "Bring It On" on Black History Month to show them how the Toros stole the Clovers dance moves.
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Googled "black history moth" instead of month and this came up 😩😂
To black history. My ancestors thank you for all the hard work and forced dedication.
Don't let borrow your Netflix, or there's gonna be so many *** movies watched recently you'll think it's Black History Month
A Black person pointing out factual history = reverse racism. Huh? . White folks and negropeans, get it together. LOL
This Day in Black History: June 24, 1995 - President Mandela cheers on the South African Rugby team.
Today in Black History: 1909 Katherine Mary Dunham, hall of fame dancer, choreographer, author, educator, activist, and “Matriarch and Queen Mother of Black Dance,” was born in Chicago, Illinois but raised in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. Dunham became fascinated with dance at a young age and while in high school started a dance school for young Black children. Dunham studied dance and anthropology at the University of Chicago and earned her Bachelor of Philosophy degree in social anthropology in 1936. When she was 21, Dunham formed Ballet Negres, the 1st Black ballet company in the United States and from 1933 to 1936 performed as guest star for the Chicago Opera Company. In 1940, she and her company performed for 20 weeks in the Broadway production of “Cabin in the Sky.” In the early 1940s, Dunham also appeared in several movies, including “Carnival of Rhythm” (1941) and “Stormy Weather” (1943). In 1945, she opened the Katherine Dunham School of Dance and Theater. Her students included Eartha Kit ...
A baker's dozen of great facts, including the refusal to stop a March on Washington, the 1964 Voting Rights Act gets extended, a major base stealer is born, and we mourn the passing of a great saxophonist.. Wednesday, June 18th in Black History: 1) Denmark Vesey, slave revolt leader, arrested in Charleston, SC, 1822 2) Slavery is abolished in U.S. territories by Congress, 1862 3) W.H. Richardson, inventor, patents children's carriage, 1889 4) Nannie Burroughs founded National Training School for Women, 1909 5) Louis Clark "Lou" Brock, who became a Major League Baseball player, 1st with the Chicago Cubs, then traded to the St. Louis Cardinals, & steal a record 938 bases, born in Arkansas, 1939 6) President Roosevelt confers with A. Phhilip Randolph and other leaders of a "March on Washington" movement and urges them to call off a scheduled demonstration. Randolph refuses, 1941 7) Bernard W. Robinson, Harvard Medical student, made ensign in U.S. Naval Reserve and became 1st Black to win a commission in the ...
Today in Black History, 6/17/2014 • June 17, 1851 John Brown Russwurm, abolitionist and newspaper editor, died. Russwurm was born enslaved October 1, 1799 in Port Antonio, Jamaica. In 1807, he was sent by his White father to Quebec, Canada to attend school and in 1812 moved with his father to Portland, Maine. Russwurm graduated from Hebron Academy in his early twenties and taught at an African American school in Boston, Massachusetts. In September, 1826, Russwurm earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Bowdoin College, the first African American to graduate from Bowdoin. In 1827, Russwurm moved to New York City and along with his co-editor, Samuel Cornish, published the first edition of Freedom’s Journal, an abolitionist newspaper dedicated to opposing slavery, March 16, 1827. Freedom’s Journal was the first newspaper in the United States owned and operated by African Americans. In 1829, Russwurm immigrated to Liberia where he served as the colonial secretary for the American Colonization Society un ...
Obama won't go down in history just as the 1st black president, but also as the unimpeachable president...and worst. http…
The awkward moment when the history teacher is talking about slavery and everyone slowly turns to the black kid in cla…
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But I know too much black history to be comfortable right now.
It's been real Maryland, see you during Black History Month
Black folk are "detached" from past history which is why they fail to realise that it's still.happening.
. please show me why it has to be taught over other forms of oppression? Those studying European history learn it
Yeah, we do have some history of playing in all white. Prefer navy shorts though. Germany have always been white/black/white.
Only amongst black ppl!RT 'When are you getting married?' has to be the most dreaded question in the history of mankind.
Need to go on another one of Tony Warner's black history walks but no one to go with 💭
Sometimes, I read history books & look at the present state of black people across the globe & I ask "How are we still…
Street artist Retna claims his fight with Brittny Gastineau was mutual ... but TMZ has learned he's had...
A lil Black History fa ya!!! Many of you are closely related to your distant relatives.
(Gordon) 28 Years After Magoo’s Bar Bombing On this day (June 14) 28 years ago in the ANC and Robert McBride’s bomb attack on civilians at Magoo’s Bar on Durban's Marine Parade, three young white women were killed and many bar patrons were wounded when former MK (Umkhonto we Sizwe - the former armed wing of the ANC) operative Robert McBride planted a powerful car bomb outside Magoo's on June 14, 1986 Apart from the three women ‒ Angelique Pattenden, Julie van der Linde and Marchelle Gerand ‒ who died in the bombing, 73 people were wounded in the explosion outside the popular Durban beachfront Magoo's Bar. In June 1986, McBride taped together more than 100 pounds of explosives, attaching a mine with a 15-minute timer as his trigger, and swaddling this propulsive charge with bags of machine-gun bullets and metal scraps for shrapnel. He secreted his lethal contraption in the spare-wheel well of a powder-blue Ford Cortina, which he parked one Saturday night on a crowded beachfront esplanade in Durba ...
Posted on Jun 13, 2014While the acts of these unsung heroes of black history may not have caught national media attention, they still made an impact on the lives of hundreds if not thousands of peopleBayard RustinRustin was one of the main organizers of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement and without him…
Two days worth of knowledge to soak in and share with your friends & family. Especially when a U.S. President declares segregation morally wrong; 2 black students trying to register for college are blocked by a Southern Governor; an African freedom fighter begins a long prison term; and the birth of a woman who sang jazz & eventually got her own TV show... only to have it cancelled after a few episodes because she opposed McCarthyism and racial segregation. Wednesday, June 11th in Black History: 1) Richard Allen, the 1st Black bishop in the United States, is ordained a deacon of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia by Bishop Francis Asbury, 1799 2) Mifflin Wistar Gibbs, the 1st Black in the United States to be named a judge, dies in Little Rock, Arkansas at the age of 87, 1915 3) Hazel Dorothy Scott, who became a fixture in jazz society uptown and downtown in New York, most notably for her jazz improvisations on familiar classical works, as well as putting the "swing in European classical music" ...
Today in Black History: 1964 Nelson Mandela sentenced to life imprisonment for allegedly sabotaging South Africa
Dr Umar Johnson visits Washington DC to talk about this critical and pivotal time in Black History! As economic extinction becomes more of a reality as the y...
Today in Black History: 1992 William Pickney became the fourth American and the first Black to sail solo around the world. On August 5, 1990, he sailed from Boston Harbor on a 47-foot cutter named The Commitment. He sailed around the five southern capes and covered 27,000 miles before returning to Boston Harbor. Pickney was born September 15, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois. After graduating from high school, he was trained as an x-ray technician and served in the United States Navy from 1956 to 1960 as a hospital corpsman second class. In 1999, Pickney set out to replicate the “middle passage,” the sailing route taken by slave traders from West Africa to Cuba. This time he traveled for six months covering 12,000 miles. On this trip, he was able to communicate with students in several hundred schools via on-line computer service and satellite television. In 2000, Pickney became the first captain of the Amistad, a replica of the 19th century schooner La Amistad. He retired from that positon in 2003. Pickney ...
Today in Black History: 1868 Robert Robinson Taylor, the 1st Black student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and architect, was born in Wilmington, North Carolina. Taylor enrolled at MIT in 1888 and earned his degree in architecture in 1892. After graduating, he worked at Tuskegee Institute (now Tuskegee University) as architect and director of mechanical industries until his retirement in the mid-1930s. Taylor designed most of the buildings at Tuskegee completed prior to 1932, including Tuskegee Chapel. He also designed the Carnegie libraries at Wiley University and Livingston College. In 1929, Taylor went to Liberia to design architectural plans and devise a program in industrial training for the proposed Booker Washington Institute. He also served on the Mississippi Valley Flood Relief Commission, chaired the Tuskegee chapter of the American Red Cross, and served on the board of Fayetteville State University. Taylor died December 13, 1942.
This Day in Black History: June 6, 2004 - Phylicia Rashad makes history at the Tony Awards.
Today in Black History for June 4th 1991 Baltimore Orioles manager Frank Robinson is named assistant general manager of the club, the third African American to become as assistant GM. 1989 Four African Americans win Tony Awards for Black and Blue 1973 Death of Arna Bontemps (72), writer and educator, in Nashville, Tennessee 1972 Angela Davis acquitted by white jury in San Jose, Calif., of charges stemming from a 1970 courtroom shoot-out. 1946 Mississippi Valley State University is founded in Itta Bena, Miss. 1922 Samuel Gravely was appointed captain of the Navy Destroyer Escort, U.S.S. Falgout, the first African American to command a United States warship. He later received the rand of Rear Admiral, a first for an African American navyman. 1832 Third national Black convention met in Philadelphia with twenty-nine delegates from eight states. Henry Sipkins of New York was elected president.
You'd swear it's Black History Month, ya know... all the posts about the "D R E A M" lol 🚀
"Did you know that a Black man named Carter Woodson is “The Father of Black History?” After he earned his PHD from Harvard, he dedicated the rest of his life educating all people about the vast contributions made by African-Americans. He took the initiative to write over 20 books, including "The Miseducation of the *** and founded his own publishing companies to promote his books. He was tired of Black History being ignored or misrepresented in America, so he initially started Black History Week, which he eventually had expanded to an entire month. Although Black History is 365 days and should not be only be recognized for a month, it's important to note that America didn't even want black people to get recognized PERIOD, so it is admirable that Dr. Woodson made it POSSIBLE for African-Americans to have ANY recognition. He believed Knowledge of Self would instill pride in the hearts of Black men, women, and children. And, he didn't want America to FORGET what black people have contributed to this s .. ...
just a suggestion from Morgan Freeman when asked his opinion on Black History Month.
This Day in Black History: May 27, 1958: The first of the "Little Rock Nine"... Keep it Locked!!!
May 24th in Black History: 1854: Lincoln University was founded. 1916: Actor Noble Johnson and his brother George, a postal worker in Omaha, founded the Lincoln Motion Picture Company. This was the 1st movie company controlled by Black filmmakers. 1937: Happy Birthday to Jazz saxophonist Archie Shepp who turns 77 today. 1944: Happy Birthday to The original Diva Ms. Patti LaBelle who turns 70 today. 1945: Singer, songwriter & guitarist Terry Callier was born. He passed in 2012, aged 67. 1950: Sweetwater ‘Nat’ Clifton’s contract was purchased by the New York Knicks. 1956: Happy Birthday to singer, songwriter, record producer, arranger & actor Larry Blackmon who turns 58 today. 1961: Freedom Riders were arrested in Jackson, MS for disturbing the peace after disembarking from their bus. 1962: Dancer, actor & choreographer Gene Anthony Ray was born. He passed away in 2003 at age 41. 1963: ‘King of the Slide Guitar’ Elmore James passed away at age 45. 1967: Rapper & actor Heavy D was born. He passed a ...
-. Today in Black History - May 23, 1832. . Samuel Sharpe, national hero of Jamaica, was hanged for leading t...
As promised, time to catch up on Black History. Check out these facts from last weekend, including Brown vs. Board of Education, President Nixon rejecting demands of the Congressional Black Caucus, the birth of the man who introduced 'ragtime' music to the U.S. & a black woman finds a way to remove cataracts using lasers... Saturday, May 17th in Black History: 1) William "Blind" Boone, famous classical pianist known all over the U.S., Canada & Mexico, & became known as the "pioneer of ragtime" because he brought in ragtime music to the concert stage, born in Missouri, 1864 2) The 1st Kentucky Derby is won by Black jockey Oliver Lewis riding the horse Aristides. 14 of the 15 jockeys in the race are Blacks, 1875 3) Frederick Douglass appointed recorder of deeds for District of Columbia, 1881 4) White firemen on Georgia Railroad struck to protest employment of Blacks, 1909 5) Brown v Board of Education, declaring public school segregation illegal, handed down by the Supreme Court, 1954 6) Prayer Pilgrimage, ...
This Day in Black History: May 20, 2003 Ruben Studdard is American Idol's first Black winner.
This Day in Black History: May 18, 1946: Reggie Jackson, a baseball hall of famer, was born.
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This Day in Black History: May 17, 1954: Brown v. Board of Education, landmark desegregation case, is decided.
We all know about TBT, this is "Catch-up Friday", with all kinds of trivia & facts to impress your friends this weekend. Including a black soldier to single-handedly fought a battle...and won; the death of student protesters by police; the passing of one of Dr. King's children; another talented Jackson is born, but we mourn the loss of "The Candyman" Thursday, May 15th in Black History: 1) John Morront becomes 1st Black missionary to work with Indians when he is ordained as a Methodist minister in London, England, 1795 2) US Congress declares foreign slave trade an act of piracy punishable by death, 1820 3) Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity founded at Indiana University, 1911 4) In a World War I incident that will later be known as "The Battle of Henry Johnson," the African American attacks advancing Germans, frees sentry Needham Roberts, and forces the retreat of the enemy troops. Johnson and Roberts will be awarded the Croix de Guerre, France's highest military award, 1918 5) "The Chip Woman's Fortune", by Wi ...
Today in Black History, 5/15/2014. Yesterday's Answer: Josiah Thomas Walls was the first African American...
In 8th grade I watched Carnival dancers dressed like this dance for like 3 HOURS at a Black History Month assembly
This Day in Black History, May 12, 1951: Oscar Stanton De Priest ended a 28-year-long dry spell of Black congressional lawmakers when he was elected to the House in 1928, representing Chicago. In addition to his somewhat successful political career, DePriest also had an active real estate business. The former Chicago lawmaker died of complications from a bus accident on May 12, 1951. De Priest was born to former slaves in Florence, Alabama, in 1871, where he lived until his family migrated to Kansas in 1878. He landed in Chicago a little over a decade later to apprentice in the building renovations before opening his own real estate management firm. A Republican, De Priest won his first elective office, a seat on Chicago's Cook County board of commissioners, in one of the cities known for political patronage thanks in part to his ability to deliver Black voters. But it was a career of ups and downs. Failing to win a third term, De Judas Priest turned his attention to building his business. In 1915, he ser ...
Black History Month has just begun, but "Saturday Night Live" may have already written the most definitive song for February. Watch Jay Pharoah, Kenan Thompson, and Sasheer Zamata present "28 Reasons To Hug A Black Guy Today" a...
BLACK HISTORY FACTS THAT OCCURRED ON MAY 8TH:: 1. John Brown convened an antislavery convention in Chatham, Canada, on this date in 1858. 2. M. A. Cherry, inventor, patented the Velocipede (early bicycle) on this date in 1888. Patent # 382,351. 3. Henry McNeal Turner, AME Bishop and the first Black Chaplain in the U.S. Army, died on this date in 1915. TBT on the world's Black History. Enjoy!
How has Charles Darwin affected the writing & recording of Black History?.
This Day in Black History: May 5, 1865 - Activist and pastor Adam Clayton Powell Sr. was born.
This Day in Black History: May 4, 1884: Ida B. Wells was forced to move her seat on a train.
This Day in Black History: May 3, 1933 - The "Godfather of Soul" James Brown was born.
Today in Black History: On this date in 1875 Oliver Lewis a Black Man won the Kentucky Derby riding on board of a three year old thoroughbred named Aristide winning in a record time.
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365 Days of Black History - APRIL 30TH CHESTER HIMES (1909 - 1984) - Author Chester Himes was born in Jefferson City, Missouri, to parents who were both teachers. He was naturally gifted intellectually, but striving for career success whilst dealing with setbacks and racial animosity proved challenging. Himes outwardly expressed his anger resulting in trouble with the law. He was expelled from Ohio State University and in 1928 he served seven and a half years in the state penitentiary for armed robbery. It was whist in prison that Himes began to write of his life experiences and express his anger creatively. Several of his books featuring black detectives became popular enough to be adapted to film. By the 1950's Himes emigrated to France, where he gained literary fame and kept company with the likes of African American writers James Baldwin and Richard Wright who were both an inspiration to him. 1951: Surgeons Rivers Frederick, Ulysses G. Dailey and Nelson M. Russell are honored by the International Co . ...
Wow ! Had a Good day today Teaching the game of golf Today In the City then went to Palmer Park Golf course and had a good round table discussion about church Topic what does it really mean when your Pastor or Bishop tell you to come as you are ! It was Deep I love when Wiseman can come together and receive some Wisdom I am Thankful that my Mom and Uncles bless me with Gifts Rev.Dr Henry L. MASON AND REV. Seretta Mason Morris RIP something we just had to know and if I wanted to go real Deep My Uncle Rasheed Muhammad a Master with Black History we had debates all the time in my family you just can't tell me anything and I suppose to believe it I received my knowledge from the best of both Worlds ! A Mason man LM3
* Today in Black History - August 28 * 1818 - Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable, trader and founder of Chicago, joins the ancestors. 1921 - Second Pan-African Congress meets in London, Brussels and Paris, from August 28 to September 6. Of the 113 delegates, 39 are from Africa and 36 were from the United States. 1949 - Paul Robeson's scheduled singing appearance at the Lakeland picnic grounds near Peekskill in Westchester County, New York, is disrupted by a riot instigated and provoked by whites angry at Robeson's political stands. 1945 - Brooklyn Dodgers' owner Branch Rickey and future baseball great Jackie Robinson meet. They will discuss the difficulties Robinson, an African American athlete, would face in major-league baseball. Robinson will receive $600 a month and a $3,500 signing bonus to play for Montreal of the International League. He would quickly move up and enjoy a brilliant career with the Brooklyn Dodgers. 1955 - Fourteen-year-old Chicago youngster Emmett Till is kidnapped in Money, Mississipp . ...
The Clippers players and Doc Rivers are SO uncomfortable in this situation. This is a telling fact given many of these dudes are seen on television in January and February giving testimony about Dr. King and Black History. Now when a "Black History" moment arises in their own time, 2014, they all are looking around at each other and wondering what to do. Very sad. These cats may come from the various ghettos of America, most of them, but most have lost touch with the interests of the ghettos from whence they come, or they are so wealthy and famous now, that they don't want to chance losing their "status," so they say and do nothing. This is an example of what I mean when I post things that bring attention to the fact that NOTHING has changed in the essential dynamic between Afrikan people and the American Empire. NOTHING.
Today in Black History: 2013, Georgia’s Wilcox County High School held their 1st integrated prom, open to students of all races. This was almost 60 years after the Supreme Court ruled that “separate educational facilities are inherently unequal” and as a result, the practice of segregation by a public school was unconstitutional. Never-the-less until 2013, Wilcox County High School held two proms: one for White students and one for Black students. It left many with questions about the legality of the segregation. The answer was in the sponsorship of the prom. In many school districts, it is the school and its administration that organizes and monitors the school dances and the prom. In such cases, it is the public school that is responsible to ensure that it extends civil rights to all participants in school-sponsored events. For years, students had lobbied to end separate proms, but the school couldn't do anything about it because proms are typically organized by students and parents, not the staf ...
This Day in Black History: April 26, 1886 Blues singer Ma Rainey was born in Columbus, Georgia. Farid - There's a new petition taking off on, and we think you might be interested in signing it: Arne Duncan: Include a Black History course in high schools around the United States! By Isis Ohui Houston, Texas Sign Isis's Petition Every year, America "recognizes" African-Americans during the month of February and calls it "Black History Month". Typically, we learn about Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, Malcom X, Thurgood Marshall, Jackie Robinson etc. But what about the other Black heros who made America what it is today? I am currently a junior in high school taking AP U.S. History. During the month of February, only three Blacks were mentioned in my classroom: Madam C.J. Walker, George Washington Carver, and Garrett Morgan. Everyday for only 28 days, a "Black history fact" was said on the morning announcements. That's just the bare minimum we can do to increase people's knowledge on Blacks. If you open a high school AP U.S. History textbook today, you will only see references to M ...
This Day in Black History, April 26, 1994: South Africa held its first all-race elections for local and national governments. Millions waited in lines to cast their ballot over the three-day voting period. Almost 20 million votes were counted. Nelson Mandela would go on to win the country's first democratic presidential election, becoming the nation’s first Black president. For decades, Mandela and his African National Congress party crusaded for equal rights for Blacks disenfranchised by the white-ruled apartheid government. As president, Mandela, who was famously imprisoned for 27 years by the South African government, established the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in 1995 to investigate crimes committed under the apartheid rule and launched initiatives to improve the living standards of Blacks in South Africa. He retired from politics in 1999.
* Today in Black History - April 24 * 1867 - The first national meeting of the Ku Klux Klan is held at the "Maxwell House" in Nashville, Tennessee. 1867 - African American demonstrators stage ride-ins on Richmond, Virginia streetcars. Troops were mobilized to restore order. 1884 - The Medico-Chirurgical Society of the District of Columbia is founded. It is the first African American medical society. 1886 - Augustine Tolton is ordained as a Catholic priest after studying at the College of the Propagation of the Faith in Rome for five years. Tolton will distinguish himself as a speaker and a pastor at Catholic churches in New Jersey, New York City, Chicago, and Quincy, Illinois. 1895 - The National Association of Colored Physicians, Dentists and Pharmacists is organized at the First Congregational Church in Atlanta, Georgia. It will change its name to the National Medical Association in 1903. 1937 - Joseph "Joe" Henderson is born in Lima, Ohio. He will make his initial reputation in what might be called ...
Nope, I'm not late; this is Black History 365 March 12, 1791, Benjamin Banneker appointed to survey the layout of DC
This Day in Black History, April 18, 1977: Author and historian Alex Haley was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in journalism for his groundbreaking novel Roots: The Saga of an American Family on this day in 1977. In the book, Haley traced generations of his family’s history to Kunta Kinte, an 18th-century African sold into slavery in the American South. Roots spent 20 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list. That same year it was turned into an equally successful miniseries that was viewed by more Americans than any other program in the history of television at the time. In addition to Roots, Haley interviewed dozens of prominent African-Americans including Martin Luther King Jr., Miles Davis and Malcolm X for a series that ran in Playboy magazine, and also penned the international bestseller The Autobiography of Malcolm X: As Told to Alex Haley. Haley died in Seattle on February 10, 1992. He was 70.
For the past four years, educators come to the Schomburg—from across the United States—to attend the Schomburg Education's Black History 360 Summer Institute. The Institute is a weeklong intensive professional development series for K-12 teachers, community educators, college faculty and students. Here a past attendee discusses the impact the Institute will have on her role as an educator. Don't forget to share your Schomburg Stories to help us win the National Medal for Museum and Library Service:
My son Zion in his commercial on Nickelodeon honoring 4 time Olympic Gold Winner for Black History 👏
This Day in Black History: April 15, 1947 - Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in the MLB.
just found out this Interesting Fact: Harriet Tubman Is From New Jersey! Wow. Now that's Black History.
* Today in Black History - April 12 * 1787 - Richard Allen and Absalom Jones organize Philadelphia's Free African Society which W.E.B. Du Bois refers to, over a century later, "the first wavering step of a people toward a more organized social life." 1825 - Richard Harvey Cain is born in Greenbrier, Virginia. He will become an AME minister, an AME bishop, publisher, member of the House of Representatives, and a founder of Paul Quinn College in Waco, Texas. 1861 - The Civil War begins as Confederate troops attack Fort Sumter, South Carolina. 1864 - Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest captures Fort Pillow, Tennessee, and massacres the inhabitants, sparing, the official report says, neither soldier nor civilian, African American nor white, male or female. The fort is defended by a predominantly African American force. 1869 - The North Carolina legislature passes anti-Klan legislation. 1898 - Sir Grantley H. Adams is born in Barbados. He will become a political leader and will found the Barbados Progre ...
This Day in Black History: April 13, 1997 - Tiger Woods wins his first masters.
One is reading about George Washington Carver and the other is reading about Marcus Garvey. Learning about our history, Black History isn't optional.
They aren’t in the history books, but they are a part of Black History. Meet 2014 Unsung Heroes:
Today in Black History: 2012, the 1st black student was appointed as Commander of the Texas A&M Cadets. This is nearly a half-century after Blacks were admitted to predominantly white Texas A&M University. Marquis Alexander became commander of A&M's Corps of Cadets, a high-profile post that involves establishing the cadets' dress codes for their military-style uniforms and setting their daily schedule, including physical training that can begin before dawn. Black students represent less than 4 percent of the 40,000 undergraduate students at the College Station campus. A number of cadets applied for the commander position for the 2012-13 school year, then underwent scrutiny that included a five-minute presentation before an 11-member panel that included school officials, the reigning corps leadership and the corps commandant, retired Brig. Gen. Joe Ramirez. Alexander, who hopes for a career as a military lawyer or intelligence work, said he wasn't even aware he was the first black cadet commander until som ...
Today in Black History: 1957 Alhaji Aliko Dangote, the wealthiest Black person in the world, was born in Kano, Nigeria. After graduating in business studies from Al-Azahar University, Dangote started business in 1977 trading in rice, sugar, and cement. With success, he incorporated two businesses in 1981. As President and Chief Executive Officer, he has grown the Dangote Group to include 13 subsidiaries, doing business in 14 African countries, with over 12,000 employees. The subsidiary businesses include food processing, cement manufacturing, and freight. In 2011, Dangote was awarded Nigeria’s second highest honor, Grand Commander of the Order of Niger. Forbes Magazine estimated Dangote’s net worth at $16.1 billion in March, 2013 and named him the most powerful man in Africa.
Black History 101 Willie Lynch: The making of a slave! IS WILLIE REAL OR MADE UP? I'm glad you asked... I've heard the "letter" is fake because the words used were not apart of the English language in I ask, what language was the bible originally? I've heard Willie Lynch wasn't a real person person because when researched, he didn't show up in the US I ask, did you grandparents? Probably not! Did the US take census in 1712? No, first census wasn't until 1790. But more profoundly, Oh Willie wasn't an American anyway. The letter says he was a British slave owner from the West Indies! Where did the term "lynching" deprive?
A solemn day in history, as Dr. King was laid to rest; an opera singer refused admission to a hall, & a "Civil Rights" bill veto was overridden, granting equal rights...even though Blacks never really got those rights until almost 100 years later. Wednesday, April 9th in Black History: 1) The African Methodist Episcopal Church is organized at a general convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1816 2) 9 Black regiments of Gen. John Hawkins's division helped smash Confederate defenses at Fort Blakely, Alabama, 1865 3) Civil Rights Bill passed over the President's veto. The bill conferred citizenship on Blacks and gave them "the same right, in every State and Territory... as is enjoyed by white citizens", 1866 4) Florence Price, composer, born in Arkansas, 1888 5) Paul Robeson, actor, singer, athlete & activist, born, 1898 6) Dr. Nathan Hare, publisher & educator, born, 1933 7) Marian Anderson performs for 65,000 on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial after she is refused admission to the Daughters of the Ame ...
So, I'm the site manager and Language Arts/Black History teacher of The Hill District Afterschool Zone Program. It is truly one of the most challenging work positions I've ever had. Everyday is filled with so much. I'm in the office for three hours dealing with so much paper work, appointments, interviews, phone calls, scheduling, etc. Then, I go up to the school and site manage and teach for about four and a half hours with very energetic, vibrant, 6th to 8th graders with various levels of education, parental upbringing, attitudes, etc. By the time I get up there from the office, I'm already tired. So, when I get off from working at the school, there are some days I am exhausted. Then there's still the rest of life to respond to! I know, I know, that's life, that's being an adult, etc. I just needed to vent a little bit. The thought that keeps me going throughout the day is that I'm serving my purpose. Alright, back to my Erykah Badu listening session...
This is a huge moment in Black History...
Today in Black History for April 6th Selected Black Facts for April 6 1. 1937 - Actor Billy Dee Williams born Actor Billy Dee Williams, known in such works as "Mahogany" and two "Star Wars" sequels, was born in New York City. 2. 1931 - Scottsboro Boys Trial First Scottsboro trial began in Scottsboro, Alabama. Trial of nine Black youths accused of raping two white women on a freight train became a cause celebré. 3. 1917 - A Policy of Segregation America entered World War I. President Wilson, who had just inaugurated a policy of segregation in government agencies, told Congress that "the world must be made safe for democracy." 4. 1909 - Matthew Henson Matthew Henson reached the North Pole. Traveling with the Admiral Peary Expedition, Henson, with his exceptional navigational skills managed to reach the North Pole almost 45 minutes before Peary and the rest of the men. 5. 1869 - Ebenezer Don Carlos Bassett Ebenezer Don Carlos Bassett, Principal of the Institute for Colored Youth, Philadelphia, named mi ...
This Fab Five 30 for 30 never gets old definitely a Black History Moment,5 black kids from the ghetto revolutionized basketball🏀
The OUTLAW Josey Wellz coming up at noon w/ your weather update, "This Day in Black History" Fact, B Day S/O and...
-. Today in Black History - April 6, 1846. . Dred Scott and his wife Harriet filed suit against Irene Emerson...
Congrats to a scholarly athlete, parents who raised you and teachers who taught you at Oakland Tech among other public school in Oakland. This is one of these mornings that make me extra glad to be a public school teacher. For our hard work is not in vain. Black History in the making before our very eyes. This young man has a 5.0 GPA and score a perfect 2100 on the SAT. Focus, determination, and dedication. Our young people can do anything!
Great moment in Black History! 16yr old MJ peeping out Stevie Wonder's skills in the studio.
2NITE! OBNOX (from Cleveland, w/ Bim of This Moment in Black History, Bassholes et al), & G.Green!!
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1950 Father of Black History, Carter G. Woodson joined the ancestors.
Today in History Carter G Woodson Father of Black History died on this day in Washington DC in 1950.
This Week in Black History: Sammy Davis Jr. receives a NAACP Spingarn Medal for his dedication to the Civil Rights Movement (March 30, 1969)
Today in Black History, 4/1/2014. Yesterday's Answer: Charles Richard Drew, the first Black surgeon to serve as...
Today is April 1st. On this day in Black History. Wangari Muta Maathai (1 April 1940 – 25 September 2011) was a Kenyan environmental and political activist. She was educated in the United States at Mount St. Scholastica and the University of Pittsburgh, as well as the University of Nairobi in Kenya. In the 1970s, Maathai founded the Green Belt Movement, an environmental non-governmental organization focused on the planting of trees, environmental conservation, and women's rights. In 1986, she was awarded the Right Livelihood Award, and in 2004, she became the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for "her contribution to sustainable development, democracy and peace". Maathai was an elected member of Parliament and served as assistant minister for Environment and Natural Resources in the government of President Mwai Kibaki between January 2003 and November 2005. Furthermore she was an Honorary Councillor of the World Future Council. In 2011, Maathai died of complications from ovarian cance ...
Good afternoon everyone! Hope that everyone is having a blessed and wonderful day. Today in Black History! 1870 First Black person to vote ~ Thomas Mundy Petersen, of Perth Amboy, New Jersey, becomes the first Black person to vote as a result of the adoption of the 15th amendment 1890 George "Little Chocolate" Dixon ~ (the first Black world champion in boxing) knocks out Cal McCarthy to become the first Black man to hold an American title in any sport 1878 Jack Johnson ~ (first Black heavyweight champion) born
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According to February, Black History Month Is Over. Hope you had a great Black History Month and learned a little more about your Haitian History from and The Haitian American. Let's not forget that Black History/ Haitian History is everyday! We Salute The 1959 Haitian Passengers of Flight 1027
Black History and Healthcare - University of Kansas Medical Center: This site exhibits presentations on black ...
A young artist in my class had to read a book on Harriet Tubman in after school but want to quick read just to go play. NOT IN MR.Derricks class! Not only did i question him on who Harriet was but also about Nat Turner who's mentioned in the book. I wrote out 10 questions that he had to answer before after school was over or had to take it home to finish. It took him the hr of free time but he not only knows who Harriet is but what she accomplished. When asked why he had to do it, the teachers weren't going to quiz him on it; I replied because it is YOUR history and need to know it. When his father came to pic him up he was impressed and proud of him. Every Wednesday now is Black History read and answer questions and his dad is on board. I can't educated all my students but I can try one at a time!
Today in Black History, 3/26/2014. Yesterday's Answer: On September 29th, 1942 Hugh Mulzac became the first...
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Ok, so I've sorta become a basketball junkie, watching upsets in the NCAA, and following Illinois State U. in the CBI, while trying to adjust my sleeping pattern for 3rd shift this week... Monday, March 24th in Black History: 1) Canada legally recognizes Black suffrage, 1837 2) Dorothy Irene Height, who will become president of the National Council of *** Women for more than three decades, & organized a successful drive to place a statue of Mary McLeod Bethune in a District of Columbia park. born in Virginia, 1912 3) "Native Son," a play adapted from Richard Wright's novel of the same name, opens at the St. James Theatre in New York City, 1941 4) Patricia Louise Holt, a singer best known as Patti Labelle, with 3 Emmy nominations, 8 Grammy nominations & a 1992 Grammy Award for Best R&B Female Vocal performance for her album "Burnin, born in Philadelphia, 1944 5) Z. Alexander Looby 1st Black to serve on Nashville City Council, dies, 1972 6) Muhammad Ali defeats Chuck Wepner in a 15-round bout to retain h .. ...
My Mother spoke of this spectacular Woman often ... I do believe that she, moreso than the more popular names referred to in the world of civil rights, epitomized Black History ... Dr. Dorothy Irene Height. To paraphase Mr. B Smalls: ..."So if you didn't know ..."
Sookie Tex • 25 weeks ago African American History / Black History. Rosenwald School is the name informally applied to over five thousand schools, shops, and teachers' homes in the United States which were built primarily for the education of African-Americans in the early 20th century. Julius Rosenwald, an American clothier who became part-owner and president of Sears, Roebuck and Company, was the founder of The Rosenwald Fund
joan turchino • 8 weeks ago African American History / Black History. African American inventor Alfred L. Cralle September 4, 1866–1920) - Is best remembered for inventing the ice cream scoop, a design still in use today. Born in Kenbridge, Lunenburg County, Virginia. He attended local schools and worked with his father in the carpentry trade as a young man, becoming interested in mechanics.
Epic Rap Battles of Black History (Class Project) Obama vs MLK hey check out our class project celebrating BH
Black History: 1930 Willie Lawrence Thrower, the 1st black to play quarterback in the National Football League, was born.
While you watch more of the NCAA higher seeds end up being one and done, such as Duke, take a look a these: Thursday, March 20th in Black History: 1) Martin R. Delany published "The Condition, Elevation, Emigration and Destiny of the Colored People of the United States". It was the 1st major statement of the Black nationalist position, 1852 2) Harriet Beecher Stowe, White abolitionist, publishes Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1852 3) The Blair Bill, providing federal support for education & literacy among the freedmen, defeated in Senate, 37-31, 1890 4) Allan Rohan Crite, a painter whose young mother from Boston's Columbus Avenue gave her son art supplies and encouraged him to draw, & grew to become internationally known artist, born in 1910 5) Rosetta Tharpe, Gospel singer, born in Arkansas, 1915 6) An African native once kept in a Bronx zoo, Ota Benga, commits suicide. He had been brought from the Belgian Congo in 1904 by noted African explorer Samuel Verner along with other "pygmies" & displayed in an exhibit in t ...
How would we celebrate Black History Month at school though? All the black kids whip the white teachers for their ancestors owning slaves?
And this is why we only get 28 days for Black History Month.
My history points to South Africa I just talked to my Dad a week ago ★★do yall black people know yo history?
Africans and black American who fell for the scam history of Abyssinia feel validated because white scholars wrote their history
If they only knew the gold mine that lies in empowering young,underprivileged,black girls!History is a source to this!
My daughter thought Black History meant not to like white ppl
Prof. Catharine Acholonu is to me an african icon. She turned on the lights on black history. Pieced togrthr Olaudah Equiano, the Ebo landings and Mystics of Omambala. Traced the origins of Egyptian mythology from igboland. To say I am proud of her is to say d very least. I stand in awe of her achievements. Adieu great mama Africa. Thanks for inspiring me. us all.
My school is about a month late for the Black History Month...
Black progressives in the west who idolize tryant Haile Selassie are naive about the fictionalize history of abyssinia
These weirdos 😂😂😂😂 learning about the Black Death in history.
"The history of the roles for which black women have received Oscars is troubling". - Hayes Moses
Give me black history movies that show us in a positive light. That we were & still are intelligent ambitious INVENTORS INNOV…
I have been wondering about why Whites are racists, and no other race is … There are British Africans, British Chinese, British Asian, British Turks, etc, etc, etc And then there are just British.,. You know what I mean, plain ole English people that were born here. You can include the Welsh, the Scottish and the people who live off our shores of Great Britain on tiny islands Yes, we are all true Brits. The others that live here say the following: : You pass me on the street and sneer in my direction, you call me 'White boy,' *** ' *** ' 'Whitey,' 'Caveman'. White trash . And that's OK.. But when I call you, *** Spade, Towel head, Sand *** *** Camel Jockey, *** *** or *** .. You call me a racist. You say that whites commit a lot of violence against you... So why are the ghettos the most dangerous places to live? You have the Muslim Council of Great Britain, You have Black History Month, You have swimming pools for Asian women, You have Islamic banks for Muslims only, You have ...
I hate when we talk about black people vs whites in history. like...
"Irish people were basically just Northern black people" -MY HISTORY TEACHER
also we know theres a history or everyone looking to Black struggles to frame their own, while displacing actual Black people from the
The role of black women in both World Wars.
like that’s not all of black history. I’m sick of slave movies. that’s not all thee is to black history goddammit.
Today (March 18) In Black History 1. 2002 -George Monroe was on of 2 Black men who carried mail on the famous Pony express. Monroe had the honor of driving Presidents Grant and Hayes along the dangerous S-curves of the Wanona trail into Yosemite Valley. Badger Pass in Yosemite National Park was named in his honor. 2.1909 - President Roosevelt appointed a committee, including Emmet J. Scott, to investigate disturbances in Liberia. 3. 1895 - Two hundred Blacks left Savannah, Ga., for Liberia. 4. 1879 - Forty-sixth Congress (1879-1881) convened. One U.S. Senator: Blanche K. Bruce, Mississippi. 5. 1877 - President Hayes appointed Frederick Douglass marshal of District of Columbia. 6. 1972-The USS Jesse L. Brown, the first U.S. naval ship to be named after an African American naval officer is launched. Today's Black History Quote "I believe in prayer. It's the best way we have to draw strength from heaven. "Josephine Baker Know Your History, Know Yourself
SO I should date black guys because of the history of racism? Talk about the dangers of the so-called friendzone. This is a whole new level
I remember this from my 6th grade black history program, and I always end liked's so true!
They doing Black History Month now wow
St. Charles Women’s Choir to Perform at FVCC in Honor of Black History Month
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Yaa Asantewa shared the following link and had this to say about it: It'll be a start and we can pushforward from there. make Black History part of the school curriculum for Primary education. It helps to enrich the development of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs of all ethnic groups.
It's funny for St.Patricks Day nobody had a problem throwing on green and celebrating & throwing parties not a bit of Irish in ya blood!!! BUT in Feb for Black History Month ya actual heritage it was crickets the world I live in smh!!
White person: "Why isn't there a White history month". Black people:
we really need a monthly LGBT, International Women's, Black History Month exclusives...possibilities are endless!
Introduce Black History to the primary curriculum - e-petitions
LOL it will be their black history if they ever get famous in the future.
I find it extremely funny how we celebrate everybody's Holidays ,,,But no other ETHNIC group ,,wears anything symbolic of our culture during Black History Month? Just something to think about ! Did you wear something GREEN Yesterday -DAH ?
Hey guys, please sign this petition to make Black History part the primary school curriculum
History tells me they're gonna do the black man wrong
Reading through y10 black history assignments : happy teacher
This Day in Black History: March 18, 1963 - Vanessa L. Williams was born in Millwood, New York
That bit where the black guy bites the kerb in American History X always makes me cringe,good film tho
The Soshi 'ten minute Black Ocean' incident from years ago was just a history because they now have Pink Ocean.
This morning we received this email and we are absolutely humbled.Hi, Speak Easy Show my name is _. I moved to Durham from VA about 1yr ago. I absolutely love your FB page. I check your page about 3-4 times per day just to see your post. I love the motivational quotes, the humor, the topics for discussion and what your organization did during Black History Month was amazing. I'm sure you hear it often, but Speak Easy is awesome! I just wanted to send a thank you note. Believe me, there are a lot of people around here who at some point during their day take at a look at the Speak Easy page.
If you celebrate St. Patricks Day and 4/20 but failed to acknowledge Black History Month, do me a favor and jump in the Chic…
Black History Music thing today. I pray to God these people can sing cos I don't have time this early in the morning.
il sound italiano piu venduto nel mondo. BLACK BOX HISTORY. In 1989, the trio teamed up with [[French Caribbean]]...
this>>“Michael Jordan, Macaulay Culkin & Michael Jackson behind the scenes of "Black or White" video.
Black History Month celebrated like you've never seen it before. Photographer Eunique Jones Gibson took these adorable photos of children dressed up like African American icons for the "Because of Them, We Can" campaign.
Regardless of your sex, color, religion or creed life is meant to be enjoyed. Rather it be Black History Month,...
Today will be long-remembered in the annals of history... Soon the Information Age will be but a memory & the Age of Anarchism will begin!!!
Yes!! Look at the 'Black History Month' film selection on my flight 🙌
To be clear: I’m not racist. Some of my favorite history months are black.
Some of you black ppl was goin hard for St. Patricks Day but not not Black History Month smh
Funny how we have "Black History Month" and "Spanish Heritage Month" but only one day to celebrate Irish American Culture. Those Irish sure know how to fit one grand party into just that one day!
The museum is 8 years old, and we haven't yet made a rap video. This amazing 5-year old beat us to it. No pun...
Lol , people only watching roots Black History Month
Throughout Black history Liberalism as a form of governance has been an anathema to the Black experience. Liberalism used as a tool, controls, subverts and destroys black culture. White liberals introduced Liberalism to people such as W.E.B Dubois and Al Sharpton to introduce social change witch destroyed the village concept and the glue that held black culture together. If white liberals disappeared tomorrow, Black liberals would go the way of the dinosaurs and die off.
MARTIN is truly one of the best shows , not only in black history , but in american history.
Noble Drew Ali set the foundation for black Muslims and the nation of Islam an interesting part of black history rarely shown
ATTN: Auditions! Truth is Skin Deep the Play written by Short Summary: This play was written by a South Carolina native who loves to tackle the issues of racial discrimination, the lack of efficient black history and self-hatred as well as fellow hatred for one another amongst the black community. The play is about a “dark skinned” girl who is faced with the difficulties of being black and dark in America, but especially in her own community. She eventually realizes who she is through an unlikely source and this may be the breakthrough she has been waiting for her entire life. Characters Camille: “Dark Girl”, age 15-20 (actress) Cedric: Camille’s Boyfriend, age 15-20 (actor) Tonya: Camille’s Mom, age 25-50 (actress) Classmates (7): ages 15-20 (actors & actresses) Isiah: Brother in Christ, age 21-40 (actor) Don: Tonya’s Boyfriend age 25-50 (actor) Mrs. or Mr. James: Teacher, age 21-40 (actor or actress) ***Please note that if you are younger or older than the preferred age then that is okay. ...
Black people will turn up for any other race's holiday (St. Patrick's, Cinco De Mayo, etc) but can't quote 5 Black Histo…
Apparently my history professor gets emotional when a black person sings the National Anthem.
So in my Black History class I made a B on the midterm and the next grade is the I HAVE to get an A on it!!
Today in Black History, 3/18/2014. Yesterday's Answer: Sculptor and painter Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller became the...
report this: William Lyon Mackenzie has black history assembly in March.
"Last month---Black History Month---ended with a nod to slavery, as a father brutally beat his son in a school...
“Morgan freeman interviewed about Black History Month
What did u all do for Black History Month but everybody was reppin the Irish day hard thatz whatz up do it for the vine huh wake up people
More negropeans celebrated St.Patricks day, in one day, than the whole month of Black History Month. Meanwhile, not 1 Caucasian celebrated Black History Month. Cause Niccaz love being apart of everything but their own
18 march black day of Pakistan history mqm anniversary
TODAY'S Black History Quote: "From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life." - Arthur Ashe (1943-1993) The first, and is still the only, African-American male player to win the U.S. Open (1968) and Wimbledon (1975). He is also the first black American to be ranked No. 1 in the world. Also the first black American to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame (1985). Always an activist, when Ashe learned that he had contracted AIDS via a blood transfusion, he turned his efforts to raising awareness of the disease, before finally succumbing to it on February 6, 1993.
On March 26th we will be at the Rodriguez Lounge (formerly The Intake Lounge 3rd / Federal St, Trenton NJ) with the MUCH anticipated 'The Three Kings Of Trenton" Showcase! Originally this was a 'Black History Month' Presentation, it was growth into something that goes beyond that! Welcoming Carolyn Watson-Johnson Dance Studio! George Bussey! Derrick Baldwin! Harry Lindsay! Veterans of the Business! With The Star's Jamar Scott! Preston Rasheen Woodall! John Meadows Jr.! with MANY GUEST Featured Attractions! DOORS OPEN at 5p! DJ Drop ( Henry Parks ) starts at 6p, Show time7p! Promoted by POO Production (Rose Dawkins)
*Black History Fact*. Fred Shuttlesworth an African American minister was born on this. date in 1922.
music is turgid, lacking ideas and black music is in the worst state in its history. Do it like Motown or even SYCO
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Subject: Fwd: The Mayor of Doncaster Every Town needs a Council Chief like this. (An eg to all Politicians - Voters take note! ) A maverick mayor elected after promising to slash council spending, clear the streets of yobs and ditch politically correct services is the torchbearer for how towns should be run. On his first morning as Mayor of Doncaster in South Yorkshire , Peter Davies cut his salary from £73,000 to £30,000 then closed the council’s newspaper for "peddling politics on the rates". Now three weeks into his job, Mr Davies is pressing ahead with plans he hopes will see the number of town councillors cut from 63 to just 21, saving taxpayers £800,000. Mr Davies said: "If 100 senators can run the United States of America , I can’t see how 63 councillors are needed to run Doncaster ". He has withdrawn Doncaster from the Local Government Association and the Local Government Information Unit, saving another £200,000. Mr Davies said, "They are just talking shops". "Doncaster is in for some s . ...
Man Im looking at all these Uncle Tom self hating, fake wannabe *** wearing green beads, green clothes, green makeup, shoes etc. Some of you have the nerve to go to bars partying and drinking green beer for a so called Saint of Irish independence. Did you know that many of the Slave Masters were Irish. That's were you got your last name from. During Black History Month we cant even find you scared to death ***
EBI Black History Quotes: "Since new developments are the products of a creative mind, we must therefore stimulate and encourage that type of mind in every way possible." - George Washington Carver
Some of my white friends came to some of our Black History Month events! Awesome! Some of my black friends went to St. Patrick's day events! Festive! Some of my black friends celebrated St. Patrick's day, but did nothing to honor their own heritage... Perplexing. I have friends of every nationality, and mostly all of them take pride in their own cultures while embracing others as well.
ahhh white peooples day is over!! had Black History Month white peoples day now its time for us mexican and chicanos to have our cinko de mayo! Cant wait wish my boy Tavo Mendez was here miss you carnal but ya just had to throw that out there man tyroone!!! Devin Deylo Boyd can i come over later today?? hangout ya know and just make those funny videos on your phone lol team HENDRIX!!! boy could fight
I was part of the Black History Month at my alma matter Barstow Community College performing a song Lead Me Lord by Basil Valdez Thank God for a very powerful and so emotional performance end up front page at Desert Dispatch newspaper in Barstow California February 17, 2005. To God be all the glory for my gifts of singing. Missed all my teacher and former classmates at Barstow Community College.
Up getting my daughter ready for school and getting me and my little man ready to go see my daughter's black history program.
The only hero in Black history, Viva Menelik.
So just recently watched 12 years of slaves and it was a really good movie, but how come when hollywood portrays black history we always gotta be slaves or some kinda suppressed situation. Show us when we were once kings and queens of our land. If were gonna keep it real lets keep it real.
Last month was Black History Month, this month is Woman History month
Ok so we had a whole 28 days to celebrate black history and I didn't see not one person as geek as y'all ninjas were for st Patricks day 😩✋😒 I guess y'all all Irish now 🍀🎩👒
Black History Moment ... Oliver Law (October 23, 1900 – July 9, 1937) was anAfrican American communist and labor organizer, who fought for the Republic in the Spanish Civil War. He was the commander of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade for four days. Oliver Law was the first African American to lead an integrated military force in the history of the United States.
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Ppl celebrating st Patricks day but didn't even acknowledge MLK day or even Black History Month for that matter Gm!!
I believe everyday is black history it should be shared I shouldn't be limited to a month and at that the shortest month of the year our political figures didn't jst March March one month of the year they faught and sacrificed there lives for our freedom every day so let's share our roots and history everyday ✊✊
The Destruction of the Aboriginal Women's Fertility Site by Rocla Sandmining Company by Aunty Beve Spiers "My Tribal name is Goolabeen. I am a fully Initiated Law and Medicine Woman of the Alleyerwere Tribe of Utopia from the Central Desert. But I am better and more widely known as Auntie Beve, particularly in the Jails of NSW, where I have just retired after 29 years working with Aboriginal prisoners – being there for them 24/7 as an Elder, an Aboriginal Art and Culture teacher, suicide Counsellor and Mental health Worker. As I was born here in Woy Woy 78 years ago, I speak as an Elder of the Darkinoong Tribe from the Central Coast of N.S.W. And today, I speak on behalf of all Central Coast Aboriginal women with the support of the Aboriginal men and of many non-Aboriginal people who know of the importance of preserving the Sacred Aboriginal Dreaming Track. A New Zealand company ‘Rocla Sandmining’ is planning to build a mine on an Aboriginal Women’s Fertility Rites Songline and Teaching Place. Thi ...
The Beyond Black History Month Person of the day is MC Trouble LaTasha Sheron Rogers (July 30, 1970 – June 4, 1991), better known as MC Trouble, was a rap artist, and the first female rapper signed to Motown Records. MC Trouble had a minor hit with the song "(I Wanna) Make You Mine" featuring The Good Girls, released May 25, 1990. "Make You Mine" peaked at on the Billboard Magazine's Hot Rap Songs charts. The title track of her debut album Gotta Get a Grip was released as a second single on September 14, 1990. Gotta Get a Grip showed promise as a mix of hardcore rap and more commercial R&B.In 1991, she was in production for her second album when she died in her sleep on June 4, 1991, while at the home of a friend in Los Angeles shortly after suffering an epileptic seizure brought on by complications from a brain tumor, which resulted in heart failure. The posthumous single "Big Ole Jazz" was released in 1992 and appeared on the House Party 2 soundtrack resulted in a second & final hit on Billboard's rap ...
I can't remember which one of my fb friends I saw the post on but I totally agree with him when he stated that it's a shame how many African Americans proudly showing off and reppn their St. Patricks Day outfits but we had Black History for a month and no one dressed up for it. And they aint even Irish. Whats really going on?
Black History Moment! Josiah Henson fled slavery in Maryland in 1830 and later founded a settlement in Ontario, Canada, for other black citizens who had escaped. His autobiography, The Life of Josiah Henson, Formerly a Slave, Now an Inhabitant of Canada, as Narrated by Himself (1849), is believed to have been Harriet Beecher Stowe's inspiration for the main character in Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Pros:I'm dressed out. Cons: Missed the bus black history assembly. Frizzy hair Have my tablet. Not Friday Extra time to get ready. Put up with more bs Music. School can see my bestfriend. BORING!
David Bertschi and the Honourable Mayor Watson at the Global Community Alliance Awards during Black History Month celebrations
Scottie Lowe Children don't learn anything during Black History Month other than Martin Luther King had a dream and Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat. There are NO positive images of Black people on TV anymore. Black parents let their children listen to the most ghetto, offensive, vulgar, degrading, unintelligent, illiterate music possible and never say a word to them about it. They don't make their children read any books, none whatsoever, let alone books that explore our history and culture. The news has done their level best to convince Black people that the second we talk about race we are "playing the race card." Black people are ashamed of our slave past, ashamed of our history as servants and surviving poverty. We refuse to even acknowledge that there are long-term effects of slavery let alone are we even willing to address them. "Swirling" is being promoted as the wave of the future that is going to eliminate racism while white people are not being held responsible for relinquishing their fal ...
Black History is an important observance. It acknowledges the accomplishments of Black Americans. The decendants of these people can now see that their ancestors contributed to the building of this country and the progress of civilization as a whole. It is just a part of world history that was neglected previously.
I wasn't going to say anything but with the flood on my feed, it amazes me how many "Black Conscious" people celebrated the Irish holiday. They don't celebrate Black History Month, so wth are you guys doing??? Lol.
Why are Black People celebrating, acknowledging, and embracing St'Patricks Day? White People don't celebrate Black History Month, kwaanza in their homes, or raise the roof for MLK Day; but we go all out as if we are apart of them as a people! When will we stop being willing slaves and begin to embrace our Blackness as an independent Nation? Wake up please!
Black people were really celebrating St. Patricks day like it was Black History Month, they didn't even go that hard last month 😩
no, the Egyptians celebrate Black History Month! Duh
* Today in Black History - March 15 * 1809 - Joseph J. Roberts is born free in Norfolk, Virginia. He will leave Virginia with his family for the West African coast in 1829, part of the colonization effort of the American Colonization Society. He will become the first President of Liberia in 1848. He will join the ancestors in 1876. 1842 - Robert C. DeLarge is born in Aiken, South Carolina. He will defeat a white opponent by 986 votes out of 32,000 cast to earn a seat as a South Carolina representative to the United States Congress in 1870. He will serve in the House of Representatives from March 4, 1871 until January 24, 1873 when the seat will be declared vacant as the result of an election challenge initiated by Christopher C. Bowen. After leaving Congress he will serve as a local magistrate until he joins the ancestors in Charleston, South Carolina on February 14, 1874. 1897 - The Fifty-fifth Congress (1897-99) convenes. Only one African American congressman is in attendance: George H. White, of No ...
Why they always include the Kennedy's in Black History library displays?
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I added a video to a playlist MBHS: Sankofa- A Celebration of Black History
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Too Funny! Little Known Black History Facts - from "The Hood" Here are some brothers and sisters who were “somehow” left out of our Black History books! Please add these overlooked facts to your "firsts", while teaching your family, friends or students these important events during Black History Month: Dedrick "Slick" Lawrence - First person to wear a full length fur coat in the summer Sequoia Brimley - First person to go straight to church on Sunday after leaving the club earlier that morning. LOUISE PERKINS: First person to attempt to climb into a casket at a funeral. THADDEUS COLLINS: First person to wear a shower cap outside. CEEPHUS MCCOY: First to ask for change back from a church collection plate. Amelia Wooten - First to start a soul train line at a wedding reception. Edna B. Cash - First to refer to soap operas as "the stories." Drew Graves - First to sell bootleg music and movies in the barber shops and outside grocery stores. Johnston Green - First to refer to someone as "high yellow." Prec ...
Sitting at a Black History celebration at my daughter's school and suddenly this is feels like an add to join a frat.
Today in Black History - March 12 In 1791, Benjamin Banneker, called the first African American intellectual. Also a surveyor and mathematician, Banneker was appointed by President George Washington to the District of Columbia Commission, which was responsible for the survey work that established the city's original boundaries.
Yeah, we got some heavy, slushy snow today. But warmer days are ahead, so warm up with these great historical facts! Wednesday, March 12th in Black History: 1) Jeanne Baptiste Pointe de Sable, who had a trading post in Peoria, founds a new settlement now known as Chicago, 1773 2) Benjamin Banneker, along with Charles L'Enfant, commissioned to lay out Washington in the District of Columbia, 1791 3) Dorothy Height, founder of National Council of *** Women, born 1912 4) Andrew Young, former US United Nations ambassador, born in Louisiana, 1932 5) Virginia Hamilton, juvenile fiction writer, born, 1936 6) New York is 1st state to establish a Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1945 7) Charlie Parker, one of founders of the modern jazz movement, dies in New York City, 1955 8) Malcolm X resigned from the Nation of Islam, 1964 9) Charles Fuller wins the Pulitzer Prize for "A Soldier's Play", 1982
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Black History show will be today in the auditorium first block!
* Today in Black History - March 11 * 1861 - The Confederate Congress, meeting in Montgomery, Alabama, adopts a constitution which declares that the passage of any "law denying or impairing the right of property in *** slaves is prohibited." 1870 - Moshweshwe, King of Basutoland (Lesotho) joins the ancestors. Moshweshwe was the founder of Lesotho in the 1820's. Lesotho was landlocked by the Cape Colony (now South Africa). He was able to develop a strong tribal organization from his mix of peoples. He appeased the Zulu and Ndebele, led cattle raids on surrounding people, defeated the British in 1852 and conducted frequent wars with the Orange Free State. Because of repeated attacks by the Cape Colony, Moshweshwe asked the British for protection and Lesotho will become a protectorate in 1868. Upon his death, the country was annexed to Cape Colony, but was returned to the status of British protectorate in 1884. When the Union of South Africa was formed in 1910, the British honored the desire of Lesoth ...
today in school someone said that having a Black History Month was racism against white people and i just
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Today in Black History: 1948 Austin George Carr, college hall of fame basketball player, was born in Washington, D. C. Carr played high school basketball at Mackin Catholic High School and as a senior in 1967 led them to the D. C. Catholic League Championship. That year, he was also named a Parade Magazine All-American. Carr attended the University of Notre Dame and in 1971 was a consensus First Team All-American and the College Player of the Year. He holds the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament records for most points in one game (61) and points per game (50). Carr was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1971 National Basketball Association Draft. Despite a number of knee injuries over his eleven season professional career, Carr retired in 1981 with a career scoring average of 15.9 points. Also that year, the Cavaliers retired his uniform number 34. In 2007, Carr was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. He currently serves as the Cavaliers’ director of ...
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So yesterday I asked my art student, who's a freshman in the Compton school district, what kind of programs and or activities they had going on for Black History Month. He said some girls from the school put together an African dance routine and some speaker came to the school and talked about scholarships. I then asked him "They didn't make y'all do any reports or papers?" He laughed and said NOPE. But he said last year they did but they could only write about Barack Obama and Martin Luther King jr. So after hearing this my first reaction was to shake my head in disgust.
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Today in Black History: March 7, 1965: The first Selma to Montgomery March (“Bloody Sunday”) takes place. During the 1960s, only small percentages of the large populations of eligible black voters in certain parts of the South could actually vote, even after the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Voter registration programs organized by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and other civil rights groups (including the Southern Christian Leadership Conference) were established in these states, but they were met with fierce opposition: during the 1964 “Freedom Summer” campaign, designed to register African-Americans in Mississippi, eighty civil rights workers were beaten by white residents; in one notorious incident, local Klansmen ambushed and murdered three workers as retribution for their efforts in attempting to register and educate disfranchised voters. In 1965, a voter registration campaign focused in Selma, Alabama, began - at the head of this revived effort was Martin Luther Ki ...
We had our Black History program today. It was a really good program!!! I got the honor of presenting some spoken word today. I did an original piece. I mixed it with spoken word and song. It was well received!! God keeps me humble with how He pushes me to present new things.
For my Mother's Black History program she asked me to wear something African. xoxo - GloZell
Super excited about my troops Black History Program tonight! Yes, I said Black History, we made sure we weren't overshadowed by Mardi Gras! Our history is important, your invited as well Friendship Primitive Baptist church on hwy45.
Went to Harley Hunt sch. for the Black History program. Yes Academy had a good program. Dancings, singing and a scrip that went quickly.
Black History program today he is Thurgood MarshallCourt Judge
Petition BBC to properly promote International Women's Day, like it does Black History Month
I am way too black to look this white.
In honor of Black History Month, I start with those who came before us and raised the bar for Black Talent! Cab Calloway and the undeniable Nicholas Brothers in the dance number deemed the best in the history of film!
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Patin ministering tonight at mt calvary black history event
To my dear Roosevelt Family, This evening will be the annual Black History Month program that was postponed because of bad weather in Februray. The students (and adults) have worked very hard to put on a great show. The curtain goes up at 6:30 pm...if you are in the area please come by and support your Alma mater. I would love to see you all as well as I actually have taken an active role in this year's production to support my students, colleagues, and friends especially Ms. Akira Regan and Vincent Palma.
A little bit of black history W.B.Purvis thought it was cumbersome to carry around a bottle of ink and a quill. So he invented a portable writing device: the fountain pen. A prolific inventor. Purvis created a myriad of useful items including an edge cutter for tearing aluminum foil. Parchment paper and plastic wrap. an Electric railroad switch: and a bag fastener Wow I bet you didn't know that!!!
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I partially agree with you, but really? Black face? That really is too far. There is a whole history of why that is wrong.
No surprise. TDSB school guidance councilors are streaming Afrikan students into vocational programs. University is simply not an option. Afrikan students are reporting that teachers have no expectations when it comes to their academic performance. "Oh, I don't even bother to test them [Afrikan students] because I know they're going to fail." *white teacher* During Black History Month, the students are given faded, photocopied sheets. Some of the words are illegible. "There was no slavery in Canada!" one white teacher proclaims. * All of these destroyers are board-certified 'educators'. Well-trained, First World professionals. B.As, M. Eds, PhDs and such. Missionaries is what they are. Carrying the 'Good News' of white supremacy to the Babies. Baptizing them in the waters of self-hate and colonizing their vulnerable minds...right under our noses. They are devils. ALL of them (...even the ones who look JUST LIKE ME). Please don't ask me why we homeschool.
No offense, America, but not sure "March Madness" lives up to the gravitas of February's "Black History Month."
I know it hasn't been a full night but it's weird when your dream is mostly car/clothing advertisements. It got pretty good though with one about couples sleeping over eachothers houses (it's segregated) and Black History Month on the history channel (instead of using actors they used pigeons).
Phone conversations with my granddad is like a black history lesson LMFAO!!! he said he's making sure I know who I am
In honor of Black History Month (late as it may be.) But never too late to pay respects and enjoy Real. Good. Music.
I personally dont like Black History Month bcuz its like why pick jus ONE month out of 12 to recognize our accomplishments
Rap music's disrespect of black history icons raises concerns of disconnect with the past:
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I'm so happy I know my black history so many of us are uneducated in our history .. It's very sad
I added a video to a playlist Black History Month song
Past is not a black memories, it's just a history to remember and a fault that you never will repeat.
Black Strathcona project rediscovers a piece of Vancouver history.
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