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Dani Kwest™️ 3m
I stand corrected by my post 3years ago. Charlene Mitchell was the first black congresswoman of the US. A radical communist they feared so the history was erased.
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LD 👩🏾‍💻 🎡 10m
If you’re looking for a fantastic podcast to binge that is equal parts true crime and history, get into ‘Unfinished: Deep South’. New episode just dropped and it’s really good.
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Black History Bot Aug 9
Not only is Serena Williams the greatest female tennis player of all time—she might be the greatest player of all time, period. Williams has won 23 Grand Slam titles, the most for any woman in the Open Era. It's three more than the major-title haul of Roger Federer.
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Max Shippee 48m
Today’s is Fannie Lou Hamer! She did lots of work in as well as being a party delegate...
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Black History Bot 2h
Legendary rapper Jay Z grew up in one of the roughest areas in New York City - the Marcy Projects. However he used his negative surroundings to inspire his success. With an estimated fortune of $1b, he continues to innovate and attempt to elevate Hip-Hop culture
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UnitedAfrican🇬🇭🇿🇦🇸🇱🇯🇲🇸🇸🇭🇹🇰🇪🇪🇹🇳🇬 Aug 1
Ogun is the Yoruba god of blacksmiths, hunters, warriors, and farmers and is associated with the forging of strong weapons from metals. Ogun is a patron for common workers and is also viewed as the God of war.
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👑Divided We Fall👑❤🖤💚 21h
Thomas Jefferson came up with a mathematical equation back in early 1800s to breed out blackness via swirling!
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C.E.E.J.A.Y! 30m
James Conway Farley was born a slave on August 10, 1854 & after working as a photographer, he would later start the Jefferson Fine Arts Gallery & became the 1st African-American to gain recognition as a photographer. Podcast:
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eAdhyyan Aug 9
Did you know what happened today? 09th August History. 👍 Like | Share | Comments to support us thank you! ❣️ . . . Follow: 🎯 ✨🧠 🎯 ✨🧠 🎯 ✨🧠 🎯 ✨🧠 . . . . .
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Brown Girl Outdoor World Aug 7
Jacqueline and I are spending the weekend roaming around Owen Sound and surrounding areas chasing Black history through adventure. Hang with us.
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Black History Bot Aug 2
Katherine Johnson earned a reputation for mastering complex manual calculations and helped pioneer the use of computers to perform the tasks. NASA noted her “historical role as one of the first African-American women to work as a NASA scientist”.
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Urban Intellectuals Aug 8
ON THIS DAY IN BLACK HISTORY…. Tag someone that would appreciate learning this.
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María 🌹 Aug 9
⚠️PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT⚠️ ‼️AN ENTIRE LIBRARY OF READINGS AVAILABLE IN THE LINK BELOW‼️
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History Scrapbook Aug 8
During the slave revolts in Haiti (1791), French families were murdered and raped in the streets to avenge their treatment of slaves. The violence was so extreme that the heads of white children were commonly fixed to spikes carried by the rebel slaves.
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The Melanin Shade Room Aug 8
83**... Despite Jesse Owens being an Olympic gold medals athlete, he had a hard time finding work. One way he earned money was by racing a horse at events. He said it was degrading, but he couldn't eat four gold medals.
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Gals Guide 3h
we continue our research on Suffrage and recommend “African American Women in the Struggle for the Vote 1850-1920” by Rosalyn Terborg-Penn. Available for check out at the Gals Guide library.
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Black History Bot Aug 6
Jack Johnson became the first African American man to hold the World Heavyweight Champion boxing title in 1908. He held onto the belt until 1915. For more than 13 years, Jack Johnson was the most famous and the most notorious African American on Earth.
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Black History Bot Aug 7
Sidney Poitier, Bahamian American actor, director, and producer who broke the color barrier in the U.S. motion-picture industry by becoming the first African American actor to win an Academy Award for best actor and the first black movie star.
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School for CEOs 9h
"We cannot change the past, but we can change the consequences for the better" Our latest explores our relationship with the past. Tune in to hear the view of Human Rights Activist
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Jacqueline L. Scott, Black Outdoors 5h
This was a perfect weekend: hiking, fishing and birding with while tracing the of Owen Sound. We visited and areas.
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