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Grey Worm 4h
This movie 🎥 is a part of
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Working Class History 2h
23 Apr 1938 in Jamaica, poor people sent a petition to the governor demanding a minimum wage for agricultural workers and peasants. Rent strikes and land occupations began, until suppressed by British troops in June
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The Crisis Magazine 7h
In 1934 Langston Hughes' 'Ballad of Roosevelt' poem captured the feeling of African Americans who were “damn tired” of waiting for rescure from the political leadership of the country. Listen
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United African🇳🇬🇱🇷🇬🇭🇨🇩🇿🇦🇯🇲🇰🇪🇸🇸🇪🇹 7h
The African heroes and revolutionaries that helped me break the out the mental chains of slavery. Their legacies are the blueprint to our freedom.
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developer Carew 👨 💻 Apr 18
I'm sorry but what does got to do with Africans???. please think about this very well
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KFB 🚨D'Game Changer 🇳🇬🇺🇸 Apr 17
Replying to @ManLikeOmodon
Johnson later died in a car crash on June 10, 1946. He was 68. Life is crazy don't you think?
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🇳🇬 Adebowale Sonubi Apr 20
Don't feel ashamed about what's been done to us - Learn & Fight
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Working Class History 5h
23 April 1951, 16-year-old schoolgirl Barbara Johns led her fellow pupils in a walkout against racist and poor conditions in her school. It helped lead to the Supreme Court later declaring segregation unconstitutional
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Art Exhibitions Blog 7h
Art history meets in the enlightening Black Models show . Our review: In the picture: Théodore Géricault, Study of a Model, c. 1818–19, , Los Angeles
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MAZWEE Apr 16
I'm impatiently waiting for Beyoncé's Documentary on Netflix, super excited
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Gregory Samford. 10h
Born on this date in 1933; Annie J. Easley. She was a female African-American computer scientist, mathematician, and rocket scientist. Easley was one of the first African-Americans to work as a computer scientist at NASA.
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Brother Demetric Apr 14
How Minister Farrakhan’s Jewish Controversy Marks Him As The “Jesus” of Our Time
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JustLoki 13h
People still be like „But there were no PoC around in Europe during the Middle Ages and afterwards“ - Nah Barbara, you just racist🖕”Adoration of the Magi“ by Antonio Mantegna (1462) tells a different story, Barbara 😒Spotted @staatlichemuseenzuberlin
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Charm Baker 1h
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Stan O'Connor 4h
Question for Please suggest some titles for this ? I've been turning this over in my mind for months but haven't come up with a good one. Looking for something that will sound dignified, and offend no one.
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Culture Shock™ Apr 22
🃏💥 OFFER - 50% OFF!! 💥 🃏 Have you played Culture Shock yet? It's a Black British history-themed card game. On sale at: 👉🏿
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Art Exhibitions Blog 12h
Black models in art brought to the fore in really enlightening exhibition in Paris. Our review: In the picture: John Philip Simpson, The Captive Slave, 1827, Art Institute of Chicago
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Joe Madison Apr 18
Today in 1980, Zimbabwe gained its independence from the British!
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Swank Sinatra 16h
The first African American to play in the NBA was Nat Clifton and he played for the !!!
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Makesha Williamson Apr 21
On this day in Black History, April 21, 1966 - Pct. Milton L. Olive III awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for valor in Vietnam.
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