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39 Seconds | “The Greatest Colored Pitcher in the World.”

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Celebrating Black History 2018

My Amazing Ancestors The Binga Family William W. Binga | 3rd Great Grandfather Born into slavery in Greenupsburg, Greenup, KY |1817 – 1890 Escapes slavery from Newport, Campbell, Kentucky in 1836 with extended family and friends Fought along with his … Continue reading

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In Honor Of Black History Month 2017

The Racist Annihilation of African Identity and Culture Below are examples of the newspaper comics and advertising that perpetuated dehumanizing labels, concepts and ideology to demean and demoralize Africans as human beings and their existence in America. The main idea … Continue reading

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In Honor of Black History Month 2017

The Effects Of Slavery Were Meant To Last Slavers inflicted a corrupt version of the law of Karma (rebirth, cause and effect) upon the slave to induce annihilating fear through terrorism, thereby evoking a subconscious dedication to the will of the … Continue reading

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H. Binga Dismond, M.D.

In Honor Of Black History Month 2015 Henry Binga Dismond college track star, poet and pioneering physician is born on December 27, 1891 in Richmond, VA to Dr. Samuel H. Dismond and wife Jessie Cornelia Binga. His father, a highly … Continue reading

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Dorothy Dandridge | Movie Star

In Honor Of Black History Month 2015

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Early Bronzeville Entrepreneurs and Professionals

Chicago’s Early African-American History Chicago’s earliest black settlers, composed of mostly mixed race blacks and fugitive slaves numbered in the hundreds and rose to about 1,000 by 1860. In 1870, post-slavery southern migrants drove the population up to 4,000 and … Continue reading

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1920’s Black Beauty, Talent and Style!

In Honor of Black History Month 2014 Mrs. Mozelle Moton-Miller Mrs. Turner Layton and Daughter A’Lelia Marcia Louise Lansing Mrs U. Conrad Vincent Madame Lillian Evanti The Abbott Sisters Miss Violet Speedy AKA Fashion Review, 1927 Source | Old Fulton … Continue reading

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Carl Van Vechten’s Nigger Heaven | 1920’s Harlem Controversy

In Honor of Black History Month 2014 Dr. W.E.B. DuBois Raps “Nigger Heaven” Nigger Heaven Book Review Ministers Debate Book Nigger Heaven Gets Race OK In Debate Individuality Is Race’s Greatest Need Van Vechten Portrait & Book Review Black Church … Continue reading

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Dr. Willis N. Huggins | Challenges “Political Aryanism,” 1938

In Honor of Black History Month 2014 Click here to read the article in it’s entirety. Article Source | Google News Archive

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