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Nadine Bernard May 22
Why am I just learning this? Does anyone else feel the same way??? So much of our black history has been hidden away but glad it is finally coming to the forefront. WE SEE YOU 💜 - even if it has taken this long
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AmunHotepRa~ May 26
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lawana gilbert- May 21
“This unheralded woman actually organized the Montgomery bus boycott” by 👏🏾
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☣️💫 DJ HIGHLYFE 🍃 ㊙️ May 17
Someone call kemp and tell him to open Savannah Ga back up 😂 folks getting toooo boredddd “ One time for the Black Female Activists 💪🏾💪🏾😂😂
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Urban Intellectuals 28m
ON THIS DAY IN BLACK HISTORY…. Tag someone that would appreciate learning this.
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Lambeth Archives May 8
On we commemorate the contribution of West Indian service personnel to many of whom went on to live in Lambeth. Here's a group, including resident Allan Wilmot, at RAF training camp in Yorkshire taken in '44. (Windrush Foundation)
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be cool son May 7
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ameen muhiyudheen May 19
Happy 95th Birthday to our Beloved Brother Omowale El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X)
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Ashley Robertson Preston, Ph.D. May 18
Rest in Power Mrs. Bethune ❤️
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IRAKIZA Bienfait🇷🇼 May 12
This man is the first black man admitted into the University of Oklahoma in 1948. George McLaurin was forced to sit away from his white classmates,despite this,Laurin is still among the top best students of this university.
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Working Class History 12h
30 May 1968 in Senegal, unions announced an indefinite general strike in protest at police brutality against a school and university student uprising. Workers held firm until the government caved in for a 15% increase in wages
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Buxton National Historic Site and Museum May 21
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Africalendar: The African Cultural Calendar May 21
The defeat of slavery does not belong to white politicians. It belongs to Africans. We fought from the gates of no return to the quilombos. From the beginning to the end, it's our fight that set us free.
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longmayshereignpodcast/ Ayden Fitzgerald May 17
New episode is up go check it out. Ps I have never hustled so hard for information on one topic the way I did this episode 😂
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Bonnie Grover May 16
Better days are coming! Bring your favorite hat and a story and join the hat parade. When Tiara’s mom closes her hat shop b/c she cannot compete w/stores who can make cheaper hats, Tiara hatches a plan. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Charles Preston May 1
Lori Lightfoot has to be the first mayor to release a TikTok video and expand policing on the same day.
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erinkathleenrowe May 18
So grateful to for inviting me to participate in his wonderful podcast, 90 Second Narratives, talking about black confraternities. Listen, and check out the others as well.
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Brother Demetric May 11
Did you know Minister Farrakhan is considered the modern Black Messiah that government agencies want to stop the rise of? Over 400 Sources converge to vindicate the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam. Read this powerful story today!
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M.J. Mouton May 14
I post all year about forgotten scientists. The posts are more popular in February. At least folks are seeing them then. Oh...This is Edward Bouchet. 1st African-American to earn a PhD from any American university. Physics 1876
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Philippe Halbert May 15
“In memory of Quash Gomer: a Native of Angola in Africa, brought from there in 1748, & died June 6th 1799 Aged 68 years.” Gomer, whose gravestone was restored in 2014, purchased his freedom for 25 pounds in 1766.
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