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Study In USA: 2023 Harvard University MBA Boustany Scholarship for International Students The 2022 Harvard University MBA Boustany Scholarship is currently open for International Students interested in pursuing an MBA at The Harvard Business School. The Boustany MBA Harvard Scholarship is a fully funded award covering $102,000 (tuition for two …

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Civil Rights Icon Jean Mcguire Recovers After Being Stabbed Multiple Times In Boston

Civil Rights Icon Jean Mcguire Recovers After Being Stabbed Multiple Times In Boston

Jean McGuire is recovering after being stabbed numerous times in Boston in what investigators call an unjustified attack. McGuire and her dog Bailey were walking in Playstead Park at 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday (Oct. 11) when she was approached and stabbed five times by an unidentified individual. Bailey is thought …

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Meet Judy Reed, The First African American Woman To Receive A US Patent in 1884

Meet Judy Reed, The First African American Woman To Receive A US Patent in 1884

Little is known about Judy W. Reed, the first African American woman to be granted a patent in the United States. Judy Reed sought for a patent on her “Dough Kneader and Roller” in January 1884. The application sought to improve upon existing dough kneader designs. Reed’s invention allowed the …

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George Floyd’s Family Sues Kanye West For $250m For Saying He Died From Drug Abuse

George Floyd’s Family Sues Kanye West For $250m For Saying He Died From Drug Abuse

Ye is confronted with the Kan-sequences. The family of George Floyd intends to sue rapper Kanye West for falsely alleging Floyd was killed by fentanyl rather than police violence.  According to a press release, Roxie Washington, Floyd’s daughter’s mother, will sue Ye for $250 million for harassment, misappropriation, defamation, and …

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History Of The African Americans Who Participated In The California Gold Rush (1848-1860)

History Of The African Americans Who Participated In The California Gold Rush (1848-1860)

The California Gold Rush, which lasted from 1848 to 1860, began on January 24, 1848, when carpenter and sawmill operator James W. Marshall discovered gold. Following Marshall’s discovery, thousands of people flocked to the goldfields in Northern California’s Sierra Nevada foothills. By 1860, at least 4,000 African Americans had arrived …

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Meet Thomas Elkins, Inventor Of The Improved Refrigerator Among Other Inventions

Meet Thomas Elkins, Inventor Of The Improved Refrigerator Among Other Inventions

Dr. Thomas Elkins, an inventor, abolitionist, and trained medical professional, was a key supporter of the Underground Railroad in Albany, New York, during the 1840s and 1850s. During the latter part of his life, he also made significant contributions to the development of refrigeration techniques and patented several inventions for …

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Remembering Prof. Akin Mabogunje, The Father Of African Geography

Remembering Prof. Akin Mabogunje, The Father Of African Geography

African urbanization scholars, everyday Nigerians, and policymakers have a responsibility to do more than just honor the man who pioneered modern building regulations. The African continent has a responsibility to Akin Mabogunje to work toward his goal of creating truly welcoming urban environments. In Kano State on October 18th, 1931, …

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Meroe in Sudan was the Capital of the Kushite Empire

Meroe In Present Day Sudan Was The Capital Of The Kushite Empire

Archaeological findings and historical documents have indicated that the ancient city of Meroe was the capital of the kingdom of Kush, which is now in present-day Sudan. Kush was a northern African kingdom whose influence spread between c. 1069 BCE and 350 CE. Although the wider region around Kush, which …

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Benin Bronzes Get Final Berlin Exhibition, For Money, Before Return To Nigeria

Benin Bronzes Get Final Berlin Exhibition, For Money, Before Return To Nigeria

Stolen during the colonial era, dozens of Benin bronzes that once adorned the Kingdom of Benin’s royal palace will be on display in Berlin for the final time on Saturday before being repatriated to Nigeria. The renowned pieces of African art and their turbulent journey up to the exhibition at …

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Meet Isaac R. Johnson, Black Man Who Invented And Patented The Dismountable Bicycle Frame

Meet Isaac R. Johnson, Black Man Who Created And Patented The Foldable Bicycle Frame

It was difficult for an African American to patent an invention, especially in the late 1800s. On October 10, 1899, Isaac R. Johnson overcame this challenge by patenting the bicycle frame. Isaac R. Johnson was born sometime in 1812 in New York. While he was not the first to invent …

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How Slavery Formed And Defined America’s Oldest And Most Elite Colleges

How Slavery Formed And Defined America’s Oldest And Most Elite Colleges1

Brown University commissioned a study of its own historical connection to the Atlantic slave trade a few years ago. According to the report, the Brown family, the wealthy Rhode Island merchants who named the university, were “not major slave traders, but they were not strangers to the business either.” So …

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A Revealing History Of The Benin Arts Of The Medieval Ages

A Revealing History Of The Benin Arts Of The Medieval Ages

In this article, we are going to delve into the interesting history of the Benin art of the medieval ages. Being art is the art ascribed to the kingdom of Benin or Edo people which existed right from 1440—1897, a precolonial west African empire that was located in what is …

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Meet Harriet Russell Who Went From Slavery To Real Estate Entrepreneur In 19th-Century California

Meet Harriet Russell Who Went From Slavery To Real Estate Entrepreneur In 19th-Century California

Between 1515 and the mid-nineteenth century, more than 12 million Africans were forcibly transported across the Atlantic to work as slaves. On their way to the Americas, two million enslaved men, women, and children died. It was the beginning of several hours of work on large plantations with little food …

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The Amazing Story Of The First Enslaved Person To Win Freedom By Jury Trial – Jenny Slew

The Amazing Story Of The First Enslaved Person To Win Freedom By Jury Trial - Jenny Slew

Her parents were a free white woman and an enslaved Black man. Jenny Slew was thus raised free and lived her entire life as a free woman; however, in 1762, when she was in her forties, she was kidnapped and enslaved by John Whipple. She consulted the courts. Her birth …

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The City Of Ile-Ife Was Paved By A Woman In 1067 BC

Although this might come to you as a surprise, there is well-documented evidence that the City of Ile fie, an ancient urban center, and the cradle of Yoruba civilization located in present-day Osun state, south-western Nigeria, was first paved by a woman around 1067 BC. Ile-Ife was first occupied at …

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Story Of The Yoruba Metal Art Of The Mediaeval Age – A World Class Civilization

History Of The Yoruba Metal Art Of The Mediaeval Age A World Class Civilization

Yoruba Metal Art: There is well-documented evidence that iron smelting and forging technologies may have existed in West Africa among the Nok people of Nigeria as far back as the 6th century BC. From 1400 to 1600, iron technology appears to have played a crucial role in the fundamental social …

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Mali Was The Richest Empire In The World In The 14th Century

Mali In Africa Was The Richest Empire In The World In The 14th Century

While western and Chinese tech billionaires and captains of industries are considered some of the world’s richest men today, the title of the richest man that ever walked the face of the earth belongs to a little-known ancient ruler in a part of the world that is today associated more …

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Dr. Levi Watkins Jr: The First To Implant An Automatic Defibrillator Into A Human Heart, In 1980

Dr. Levi Watkins Jr The First To Implant An Automatic Defibrillator Into A Human Heart, In 1980

Dr. Levi Watkins Jr., a cardiac surgeon, was the first to implant an automatic defibrillator into a human heart in 1980. He was also a cardiac surgery professor and associate dean at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. Watkins was born in Parsons, Kansas, but spent his childhood …

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Meet George Edwin Taylor, The First Africa-America To Run For The Presidency Of The United States Of America In 1904

Meet George Edwin Taylor, The First Africa-America To Run For The Presidency Of The United States Of America In 1904

George Edwin Taylor, born in the pre-Civil War South to a free mother and an enslaved father, would become the first African American chosen by a political party to be its candidate for the presidency of the United States. Taylor was born in Little Rock, Arkansas on August 4, 1857, …

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18-year-old Homeless Boy Who Became School’s Best Student And Won Full-Ride Scholarship To Harvard In 2018

18-year-old Homeless Boy BecomeS school’s best student And Wins Full-Ride Scholarship To Harvard

Richard Jenkins, an 18-year-old homeless teenager, fought over all of his high school classmates to win the best student title and a scholarship to Harvard, in 2018. Richard Jenkins and his family spent the majority of their childhood in homeless shelters. They were evicted from their home owing to foreclosure …

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The Vadoma People Of Zimbabwe Who Have Ostrich Toes, Said To Be Descended From Aliens Thousands Of Years Ago

The Vadoma People Of Zimbabwe Who Have Ostrich Toes, Said To Be Descended From Aliens Thousands Of Years Ago

The mysteries of the world we live in are often in plain sight, and many times humans overlook them, as they chase other flimsy trends and social conditioning. The Vadoma people are the only ancient African ethnic nationalities in the world who have this rare and unique type of toes. …

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Jonathan Jasper Wright: The First African American To Serve As A State Supreme Court Judge (1840-1885)

Jonathan Jasper Wright The First African American To Serve As A State Supreme Court Judge (1840-1885)

Jonathan Jasper Wright, the state’s first African American Supreme Court justice, was born in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, and grew up in nearby Susquehanna County in the state’s northeastern corner. In 1858, Wright moved to Ithaca, New York, and enrolled in the Lancasterian Academy, a school where older students assisted in …

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Matthias de Sousa: The First African American Officeholder In Colonial America, Maryland, 1641

Matthias de Sousa The First African American Officeholder In Colonial America, Maryland, 1641

Matthias de Sousa, an indentured servant, was the colonial Maryland legislature’s only black member. As such, he is the first African American to serve in any legislative body in the United States. De Sousa arrived in St Mary’s City, St Clements Island, Maryland, in 1634 as one of nine indentured …

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George Alcorn Inventor of the Imaging X-ray Spectrometer, With 20 extra inventions and 8 Patents

George Alcorn Inventor of the Imaging X-ray Spectrometer, With 20 extra inventions and 8 Patents

Few inventors have as impressive a resume as George Edward Alcorn. Among his accomplishments are a B.A. in physics, a master’s degree in nuclear physics, and a Ph.D. in atomic and molecular physics. Alcorn also worked for Philco-Ford, Perkin-Elmer, IBM, and NASA, created over 20 different inventions, and was granted …

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Meet Valerie Thomas, Who Invented The Illusion Transmitter In 1976

Meet Valerie Thomas, Who Invented The Illusion Transmitter In 1976

Valerie Thomas worked with NASA from 1964 until 1995 in a number of roles, including developing real-time computer data systems, conducting large-scale experiments, and managing numerous operations, programs, and facilities. Thomas’ team led the development of “Landsat,” the first satellite to relay photographs from space while overseeing a project for …

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Meet James E. West, Who Co-Invented The Electret Microphone In 1964

Meet James E. West, Who Co-Invented The Electret Microphone In 1964

James Edward Maceo West’s work revolutionized how people around the world hear and transmit sound. In 1962, West, then a Bell Laboratories research scientist, collaborated with his colleague Dr. Gerhard M. Sessler to develop the foil electret microphone.  Until then, most microphones, which convert sound into an electrical signal, required …

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Frederick Jones Invented The Refrigerator Used In Trucks, Ships, and Airplanes + 60 other Patents

Frederick Jones Invented the Refrigerator Used In Trucks, Ships, and Airplanes + 60 other Patents

Frederick Jones Invented the Refrigerator, Worldwide: The story of Frederick Jones is one that inspires anyone who comes across it to strive to achieve more, and also evokes pride, especially for Black people. His achievements in the field of science and technology are so outstanding, that you might be tempted …

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Story Of Alexander Miles Who Invented Automatic Elevator Doors In 1887

Story Of Alexander Miles Who Invented Automatic Elevator Doors In 1887

Alexander Miles, who contributed to the elevator industry, was a late-nineteenth-century African-American inventor who broke down racial barriers in the United States. Miles created an elevator that could open and close its own doors and the elevator shaft doors. The doors would move automatically when the elevator arrived or left a …

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Benin Republic Unveils 98 Feet Tall Statue In Honor Of The Women Warrior Of Dahomey

Benin Republic Unveils 98 Feet Tall Statue In Honor Of The Women Warrior Of Dahomey

The Amazons of Dahomey are the world’s only documented female army and one of the world’s unsolved mysteries. While the West turns their story into fetishized cinema, their homeland has immortalized them in bronze. The ‘Esplanade des Amazones’ is a public square in the Benin capital of Cotonou. It is …

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The Story Of Eleni, Ethiopian Queen Who Became One Of The Nation’s Most Brilliant Military Leaders

The Story Of Eleni, Ethiopian Queen Who Became One Of The Nation’s Most Brilliant Military Leaders

Many years ago, when most women around the world were relegated to housework, Ethiopian women were becoming increasingly involved in their national duty of protecting their country. They were defending Ethiopia’s sovereignty by carrying arms or participating in war expeditions against foreign invaders while also assisting in the administration of …

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11-Year-Old Boy Who Launched a Golf Apparel Company to Cope with His Autism Has Been Given a Full Scholarship to Florida Memorial University

11-Year-Old Boy Who Launched a Golf Apparel Company to Cope with His Autism Has Been Given a Full Scholarship to Florida Memorial University

A scholarship from a historically Black college and the university will pay for an 11-year-old Florida boy’s college education. Carter Bonas, a Coral Springs entrepreneur, received a full scholarship from Florida Memorial University earlier this month at the South Florida HBCU Golf Classic. Carter has established himself in the golf …

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The Brutal Waco Lynching Of Jesse Washington

The Brutal Waco Lynching Of Jesse Washington

For over three centuries, violence and white supremacy have coexisted in the United States. This was how whites maintained economic, social, and political dominance over blacks in particular. Though emancipation resulted in the abolition of chattel slavery, blacks were no fewer victims of racism’s oppression. It could be argued that …

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How Ancient Africans Helped Civilize The Cave Men

How Ancient Africans Helped Civilize The Cave Men

The original, the founders of civilization, the mothers and fathers of Humanity, and the initial people on earth were the Black (Melanated) Man and Woman. Europeans, or Caucasians, are a later addition to the human race. There was most likely not a single Caucasian on the planet 10,000 years ago. …

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Father Makes Desperate Plea for Public’s Help to Find Missing Son, FBI Joins Local Law Enforcement In Search

Father Makes Desperate Plea for Public’s Help to Find Missing Son, FBI Joins Local Law Enforcement In Search

An entire Mississippi community is on high alert in the hope of finding a missing college student. The family has requested the assistance of local police authorities in the search for the 20-year-old, who has been missing for more than a week. The FBI’s Oxford Field Office and the Mississippi …

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The Resilience Of Henrietta Henrietta Wood, Formerly Enslaved Who Sued Her Captor After 25 Years And Won

The Resilience Of Henrietta Henrietta Wood, Formerly Enslaved Who Sued Her Captor After 25 Years And Won

The date was April 17, 1878. A jury of 12 white men arrived in an Ohio federal courthouse to deliver the verdict in a slavery lawsuit. Formerly enslaved Henrietta Henrietta Wood had sued Zebulon Ward, a white man who had kidnapped and enslaved her some 25 years ago. She was seeking …

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Voodoo Empowered Enslaved Africans To Defeat European Colonizers In The Haitian Revolution

Voodoo Empowered Enslaved Africans To Defeat European Colonizers In The Haitian Revolution

Brown University’s Kona Shen outlines in detail how voodoo played a crucial part during the Haitian Revolution in History of Haiti: “Despite strict regulations, voodoo was one of the few areas of unlimited autonomy for African slaves.” It was a source of psychological liberation as a religion and a crucial …

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The African Origins Of Baphomet And How Europeans Turned It Into An “Evil” Symbol

The African Origins Of Baphomet And How Europeans Turned It Into An “Evil” Symbol

The popular image we now know as “Baphomet” was designed by Eliphas Levi, but did you know that the symbol was influenced by “The Goat Of Mendes” from Egypt? Levi was already influenced by the Occult Sciences disclosed by melanated geniuses in Egypt’s Priesthoods. Do you believe he chose a goat …

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Legend Of Medusa: Story Of European Fear Of Black Women With Spiritual Power, Like The Sibyls

Legend Of Medusa Story Of European Fear Of Black Women With Spiritual Power, Like The Sibyls

The quest to properly comprehend why there has always been dislike of Africans by Europeans and Arabs for millennia continues to open our eyes and minds to different plausible explanations littered throughout history. As we become more conscious, we know that made-up legends and narratives can be exploited to damage a …

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Brooklyn Judge Overturns Convictions of Three Men Jailed With ‘Questionable’ Police Tactics And False Confessions In 1996

Brooklyn Judge Overturns Convictions of Three Men Jailed With ‘Questionable’ Police Tactics And False Confessions In 1996

Three New York men who spent more than 25 years in jail for the heinous murder of a subway token clerk had their convictions overturned recently after prosecutors discovered evidence of misconduct by the case’s primary detectives. Thomas Malik, James Irons, and Vincent Ellerbe were 18 and 17 years old, …

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Bahamians Were Among The First Settlers In Miami – Here Is Their History You May Not Know

Bahamians Were Among The First Settlers In Miami – Here Is Their History You May Not Know

When the city of Miami was created in 1896, historians estimate that 367 individuals voted to make it a city. There were 162 Black residents among them. The first name on the municipal charter was that of a Black man named Silas Austin. In reality, Bahamians, Haitians, the Caribbean Diaspora, …

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Remembering The Lynching Of Two Black Men And Their Pregnant Wives In Georgia, In 1946

Remembering The Lynching Of Two Black Men And Their Pregnant Wives In Georgia, In 1946

This is one of the most heartbreaking and upsetting narratives of lynchings in American history that we have had to report during our time as a platform. This is a harrowing description of how four African American sharecroppers were killed on July 25, 1946, near Moore’s Ford in northeast Georgia. …

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The 1992 ‘Watts Truce’ Between Bloods And Crips, Vowing To Reduce Violence And Challenge Police Brutality, In Los Angeles, California

The 1992 ‘Watts Truce’ Between Bloods And Crips, Vowing To Reduce Violence And Challenge Police Brutality, In Los Angeles, California

The Watts Truce was a peace deal reached between the Blood and Crips street gangs in Los Angeles, California, mostly in the Watts district. The Watts Truce took place just a few days before the Rodney King Riots. This truce played an important role in the reduction in street violence in …

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Muhammad Aziz Exonerated In Malcolm X’s Murder Sues New York For $40 Million In Damages

Muhammad Aziz Exonerated In Malcolm X’s Murder Sues New York For $40 Million In Damages

One of the two men, Muhammad Aziz, who was cleared last year of murdering civil rights activist Malcolm X in 1965, has sued New York, asking $40 million in damages for the wrongfully convicted conviction. Two of the three men convicted of the murder, Aziz, 84, and Khalil Islam, were …

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Why Daniel Kaluuya Will Not Be In ‘Black Panther 2’ – We Will Miss Him

Why Daniel Kaluuya Will Not Be In ‘Black Panther 2’ – We Will Miss Him

According to Variety, the British-Ugandan actor Daniel Kaluuya won’t be appearing in the Black Panther sequel when it hits theaters later this year. In the 2018 film Black Panther, Kaluuya played W’Kabi, the head of security for the Wakanda Border Tribe and King T’Challa’s closest friend and confidant. According to …

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These Black Men Found Hanging From Trees Proves That Lynching Still Exists In America

These Black Men Found Hanging From Trees Proves That Lynching Still Exists In America

It is heartbreaking to realize that the system of secret-killing and lynching of Black people in America, which existed for over 400 years of slavery and 100 years after slavery, is still in place today. It is safe to say that there has never been a time in American history …

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Black Woman Who Bankrupted The KKK For Lynching Her 19-Year-Old Son, Michael Donald In 1981

Black Woman Who Bankrupted The KKK For Lynching Her 19-Year-Old Son, Michael Donald In 1981

On March 21, 1981, Michael Donald, the 19-year-old son of Beulah Mae Donald, was kidnapped, assaulted, and lynched by members of the United Klans of America in Mobile, Alabama (an Alabama faction of the KKK). At the time, the United Klans of America was one of the country’s largest and …

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Emmett Till Protesters Search North Carolina Senior Home For Woman Accused In His Death After Finding Unserved Arrest Warrant

Emmett Till Protesters Search North Carolina Senior Home For Woman Accused In His Death After Finding Unserved Arrest Warrant

Protesters seeking justice for Emmett Till, a 14-year-old Black boy killed in Mississippi in 1955, crossed state lines to voice their fury at police failing to arrest the lady at the core of his murder weeks after the discovery of a warrant issued for her arrest nearly 70 years ago. …

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How Police Hung And Murdered Black Athlete Ron Settles 3-Hours After They Arrested Him In 1981

How Police Hung And Murdered Black Athlete Ron Settles 3-Hours After They Arrested Him In 1981

For a long time, the black community has been marching, protesting, and demanding justice. For a long time, we have been killed by the police. The heavy question which lays on our hearts with the weight of a mountain is: When will all stop? When will the spilling of Black …

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How Samuel T. Wilcox Acquired Wealth By Building A Grocery Empire Never Seen Before In America Before Slavery Was Abolished

How Samuel T. Wilcox Acquired Wealth By Building A Grocery Empire Never Seen Before In America Before Slavery Was Abolished

Before slavery was abolished, in the 1800s, owning a barbershop was a popular economic venture for Black men looking to become wealthy. According to the Cut, one in eight Black males who were regarded as wealthy owned a barbershop with a net worth greater than $2,000 (more than $55,000 now). Some …

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Melanin Café: The Alabama Coffee Shop That Teaches Black History With Every Cup They Serve

Melanin Café The Alabama Coffee Shop That Teaches Black History With Every Cup They Serve

Every cup of coffee that Melanin Café customers in Alabama receive has a dash of Black history. The Opelika-based café was started by Catrice Hixon and her husband Jakyra Hixon and features drinks with names of what she says are lesser-known Black contributors and landmarks. For instance, the espresso coffee …

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Meet Solitude, The Great Warrior Woman Of Guadeloupe Who Fought Against French Troops In 1802 While Pregnant

Meet Solitude, The Great Warrior Woman Of Guadeloupe Who Fought Against French Troops In 1802 While Pregnant

Solitude’s final words before being put to death for her part in the Guadeloupe slave uprising in 1802 were “Live free or die.” Her mother was an African woman who was allegedly raped while traveling on the slave ship, and her father was a French sailor. Solitude was born in …

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Remembering The Black Veteran With Bipolar Disorder Murdered By White Cops Inside His Own Home – Kenneth Chamberlain Sr

Remembering The Black Veteran With Bipolar Disorder Murdered By White Cops Inside His Own Home - Kenneth Chamberlain Sr

On November 19, 2011, Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., a 68-year-old former Marine with bipolar disorder and a cardiac condition, unintentionally turned on his medical alert device. The medical alert company received the alert. The operator called the White Plains, New York, authorities when Chamberlain didn’t respond. Officers were sent to his …

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Texas Educators Planned To Have ‘Slavery’ Renamed As ‘Involuntary Relocation’ -An Attempt To Whitewash The Truth

Texas Educators Planned To Have ‘Slavery’ Renamed As ‘Involuntary Relocation’ -An Attempt To Whitewash The Truth

Recently, a group of educators proposed that slavery be taught in second grade as “involuntary relocation” to the Texas State Board of Education. The idea was created by a designated work group for the Texas State Board of Education, according to the Texas Tribune. The panel was instructed to incorporate …

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Two White London Police Officers Fired For Sharing Racist Text About Meghan Markle

Two White London Police Officers Fired For Sharing Racist Text About Meghan Markle

Following an investigation, it was found that two London police officers had shared “inexcusable” WhatsApp conversations, and they have been fired from the force. One of the comments compared Meghan Markle to a racist caricature toy. PC Sukhdev Jeer and PC Paul Hefford, who was fired, worked for the Metropolitan …

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Meet The Senegalese Woman Behind The First Baby Food Brand Fully Produced In Senegal – Iny Samba

Meet The Senegalese Woman Behind The First Baby Food Brand Fully Produced In Senegal

Senegalese businessman Iny Samba is the co-founder and CEO of Le Lionceau, the first infant food company created entirely in Senegal. She previously held the position of R&D engineer at Danone’s Blédina, the baby food branch of French food multinational Danone. She previously held the position of R&D engineer at …

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Black People Who Celebrate July 4th Are Ignorant Or Traitors Or Both – Opinion By Coard

Black People Who Celebrate July 4th Are Ignorant Or Traitors Or Both - Opinion By Coard

The Fourth of July is a celebration of kidnapping, the buying, selling, and transportation of human beings, the severing of families, torture, rape, castration, lynching, and slavery. And even then, it wasn’t that long ago. In reality, it was just contemporary history until the passing of former President Ronald Reagan …

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As A Black American, I Don’t Celebrate The Fourth Of July – Do You?

As A Black American, I Don't Celebrate The Fourth Of July – Do You

The Fourth of July is not really something I observe ~ Arielle Gray Growing up, I was never particularly moved by the beautiful fireworks display or the historical studies in school about America’s independence. The cookouts with meats sizzling on the grill and the festive atmosphere of sharing meals with …

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1955 Warrant For The White Woman Who Caused Emmett Till’s Death Found; Family Wants Her In Handcuffs

1955 Warrant For The White Woman Who Caused Emmett Till’s Death Found; Family Wants Her In Handcuffs

Searchers have found an arrest warrant for Carolyn Bryant Donham, the woman whose accusation led to the murder of Emmett Till over 67 years ago. Donham’s relatives are requesting that she be detained for her part in the terrible crime, which stands as a symbol of racial injustice. The kidnapping …

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America Is Breeding White Terrorists: 18-Year-Old White Supremacist Kills 10 Black People In Buffalo

America Is Breeding White Terrorists 18-Year-Old White Supremacist Kills 10 Black People In Buffalo

According to the FBI, the mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday, which left ten people dead and three more injured, is being investigated as a hate crime. But the truth which won’t be published is that America is unconsciously grooming a young and deadly sect of terrorists. Now, …

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The 1976 Assassination Attempt On Bob Marley And Wife Rita That Nearly Took Their Lives

The 1976 Assassination Attempt On Bob Marley And Wife Rita That Nearly Took Their Lives

By 1976, Robert Nesta Marley and his Wailers band had become well-known and influential both in Jamaica, where they had many hits and internationally, where Marley was regarded as reggae’s leading exponent. However, tensions in his home country of Jamaica were anything but calm. Citizens were poor, and followers of …

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The Barbaric Lynching Of Henry Smith In Front Of 15,000 White People In 1893

The Barbaric Lynching Of Henry Smith In Front Of 15,000 White People In 1893

The Lynching Of Henry Smith took place in front of an estimated 15,000 onlookers in Paris, Texas, on February 3, 1893. His death was one of the earliest documented public lynchings. Ida B. Wells, a journalist, and anti-lynching activist was struck by the heinousness of Smith’s execution. In her groundbreaking …

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How The Reproductive Systems of Thousands of African Americans were Removed Through Eugenics In The 20th Century

How The Reproductive Systems of Thousands of African Americans were Removed Through Eugenics In The 20th Century

The history of America is littered with some of the most atrocious humanitarian crimes ever committed against humans, with majority of the victims being African Americans and other ethnic minorities. One of such practices was the Eugenics programme, which started in America before world war II.  It was basically the …

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One Of The World’s Oldest And First Universities Was In Timbuktu, Mali

One Of The Worlds Oldest And First Universities Was In Timbuktu, Mali

While the west may have entrenched the erroneous belief that Africa was bereft of any form of education and civilization before the arrival of the colonialists, historical evidence has pointed out otherwise. According to history, one of the oldest and first universities in the world was in Timbuktu, Mali. Mali …

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Meet The African-American Family Who Produced Automobile Cars In The Early 1900s – C.R. Patterson and Sons Carriage Company

Meet The African-American Family Who Produced Automobile Cars In The Early 1900s

The advancement of Black people in the field of science and technology has been hidden for decades and centuries. The curriculums used in teaching in African and African-American schools were manipulated and created in a way to make sure that the African child, man/woman, does not learn about the technological …

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Meet Samuel Kountz, Among The First To Successfully Transplant A Kidney In The World In 1964

Meet Samuel Kountz, Among The First To Successfully Transplant A Kidney In The World In 1964

When the history of medicine and science is told in the world, the prowess and achievements of Black people are so numerous. Being descendants of the first humans on earth, the average Black man has the mental ability to be an inventor in many fields. In light of the above, …

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How Enslaved Africans Were Used For Heinous Medical Experiments in America In The South

How Enslaved Africans Were Used For Henious Medical Experiments in America In The South

The use of enslaved Africans, both living and dead, as guinea pigs for extreme medical experiments is one practice that was rampant during slavery. And even till today, in America, the less privileged in the society, majorly people of African descent are used as test subjects in various experiments. African …

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The Biggest Disaster Of Colonialism Remains The Image of God Africans Now See

The Biggest Disaster Of Colonialism Remains The Image of God Africans Now See

We have said many times in many of our articles that there is no”white God” for Africans. But each time we say that we are quoted out of context and misunderstood. Our brethren who hold blindly to the teachings and ways of the colonial masters accuse us of all kinds …

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The Maji Maji Rebellion Of Tanzanians Against German Brutality 1905 to 1907

The Maji Maji Rebellion Of Tanzanians Against German Brutality 1905 to 1907

The most significant African challenge to German colonial rule during the brief period when Germany had African colonies was the Maji Maji Uprising in Tanganyika. The Uprising involved indigenous African people living inside over 10,000 square miles and lasted two years. During the “scramble for Africa” that took place in …

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Jesus Has Done Nothing To Save Africa From European Wickedness In The Past 137 Years

Jesus Has Done Nothing To Save Africa From European Wickedness In The past 137 years

There is a very strong notion and belief by African Christians that Jesus Christ will save them from suffering and reverse the many years of suffering inflicted on them by corrupt politicians, and greedy European interests in Africa. Every corner you turn to in Africa, you find people on their …

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How The British Nearly Eliminated The Entire Aborigine Tasmanian Population Of Australia In The 1800s

How The British Nearly Eliminated The Entire Aborigine Tasmanian Population Of Australia In The 1800s

We have mentioned in many of our articles, that Black people were the first humans on this planet, and that Black people were originally found in all corners of the earth. There were indigenous or migrated Black populations all over Europe, Asia, America, and other parts of the world. But …

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How Bridges Were Built Over Crocodile-Infested Rivers By African Pygmies In Central Africa In The1930s [Video]

How Bridges Were Built Over Crocodile Infested Rivers By African Pygmies In Central Africa In The1930s Video

This article and accompanying video showcase the magnificent power and ingenuity of the Twa people of Africa. They were also referred to as Akan by other African tribes, and Leprechaun by Europeans. The name Leprechaun comes from the old Irish ‘luchorpán’, which is a compound name composed of lú meaning …

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How Cecil Rhodes Killed Millions Of Southern Africans For Diamonds And Lands

How Cecil Rhodes Killed Million Of Southern Africans For Diamonds And Lands

During the brutal scramble for Africa and Africa’s resources, at least two million Africans were killed in the scramble for ivory tusks for piano keys and billiard balls. At the time, the center of the ivory trade was Connecticut. 80% of the Nama and Herero peoples of Namibia were murdered …

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How King Leopold II Of Belgium Killed 10 Million Africans In The Congo – Read the Harrowing Details

How King Leopold II Of Belgium Killed 10 Million Africans In The Congo - Read the Harrowing Details

After the Berlin conference of 1884-1885, various European nations set out to mount their flags all over Africa, murder the people, and then steal their resources to make Europe richer. King Leopold II of Belgium, through his employed conquerors, set sail for Congo and declared it to be his territory …

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The British-Igbo War That Lasted For 31 years – The Ekumeku Movement

The British Igbo War That Lasted For 31 years The Ekumeku Movement

The resolutions of the Berlin conference of 1804-1805, gave European nations the rights to lay claims to lands and resources in Africa. Britain, who had engaged in the trade with coastal cities before and during the 19th century, made bold their intentions to covet resources and rule over indigenous nations …

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Africans Are BLACK People – Never Let Caucasian Definitions Influence Your Understanding Of Who You Are

Africans Are Black People Never Let Caucasian Definitions Influence Your Understanding Of Who You Are

If your definition of BLACK aligns with the hateful compilation of negative and ugly words by Caucasians in the dictionary, then you might never appreciate my understanding and use of the word BLACK when referring to Africans worldwide. Please know that there are two meanings to the word BLACK – …

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Meet Thomas Fuller, Enslaved African Mathematical Genius, Who Was Known As The ‘Virginia Calculator’

Meet Thomas Fuller Enslaved African Mathematical Genius Who Was Known As The Virginia Calculator

Thomas Fuller, The Virginia Calculator (LWA): In many of our articles and publications, we have strongly and boldly praised the ingenuity of the Black race, being the first humans on earth and paving the path for subsequent civilizations. Littered all over human history are pieces of evidence of our exceptionalism …

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