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Marcus Garvey On The Importance History

“Read history incessantly until you master it. This means your own national history, the history of the world, social history, industrial history, and the history of the different sciences; but primarily the history of man. If you do not know what went on before you came here and what is happening at the time you […]

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East New York, Brooklyn: African Burial Grounds

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Edmonia Lewis’s Death Of Cleopatra

Edomina Lewis’s 12-foot tall, 2-ton “Death of Cleopatra” statue. Tweet

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Who Is Edmonia Lewis AKA Wildfire?

Edomonia Lewis, also known as “Wildfire,” was an internationally renown artist and sculptor. She was born in 1846 in upstate New York. Her art sold all over the United States and Europe. Edmonia was half Chippewa and half African American. She based her artwork on her rich heritage. When asked about her heritage , she […]

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The Black Market Of Black Organs

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The History & Strategy Of Destroying Black Music

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Black History Fact Of The Day

Explorer Matthew Henson was the first person to reach the North Pole. He is quoted as saying, “I think I’m the first man to sit on top of the world.” Tweet

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Home Team History: The Image War Of Egypt, Queen Nefertiti & King Tut

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Home Team History Dissects The African History Parallels To Marvel’s Black Panther

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African Slaves Built The Rice Industry

“South Carolina’s slave-plantation owners had known nothing about how to grow and irrigate rice. That knowledge was brought to the low country by Africans stolen from the Sierra Leone by the Royal African company of England. As the slaves produced the rice that made the plantation owners rich, their glistening backs bore the branded acronymn […]

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