Every Month Should be Black History Month

It's time to learn what is so often excluded from the history books


What would you like to know?   Do You Have Some Black History To Share?
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accras:

badgaltiki:

Forever reblog

Always.

accras:

badgaltiki:

Forever reblog

Always.

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memoirsofagremlin:

postracialcomments:
Always remember this photo
this happened in 1964, St Augustine Florida
1964
Dont ever let people tell you that this stuff stopped 100 years ago. My aunt and uncle were already born. They are 52 and 50 years old. 

memoirsofagremlin:

postracialcomments:

Always remember this photo

this happened in 1964, St Augustine Florida

1964

Dont ever let people tell you that this stuff stopped 100 years ago. My aunt and uncle were already born. They are 52 and 50 years old. 

(Source: blueszoo, via nefermaathotep)

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wakeupslaves:

Logic dictates whoever made the most money from their demise is obviously the sponsors of there untimely departure

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endofdayz:

                                Nina Simone talks Blackness

“My job is to somehow make them curious enough or persuade them, by hook or crook, to get more aware of themselves and where they came from and what they are into and what is already there, and just to bring it out. This is what compels me to compel them and I will do it by whatever means necessary.”

- Nina Simone-

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Zinn Education Project
"History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again." —  Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014), Presente! Photo: with Malcolm X in Ghana in 1964.

"History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again." —
Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014), Presente! Photo: with Malcolm X in Ghana in 1964.
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Today we mourn the loss of an amazing woman. I won’t say much because the work she’s done and the impact she’s had speak for themselves. I will say that while we reflect on all she has done, let us use her legacy as an example on how to live our own lives. The caged bird is now free yet her song will always be heard. Rest in Power Sister Angelou.

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preludetoreality:

"A rooster crows only when it sees the light. 
Put him in the dark and he'll never crow. 
I have seen the light and I'm crowing." 

Muhammad Ali

preludetoreality:

"A rooster crows only when it sees the light. 
Put him in the dark and he'll never crow. 
I have seen the light and I'm crowing." 

Muhammad Ali

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