I’m not into gymnasts but shorty is a beast!!!
Score: 14.950 (6.6, 8.350)
August 9, 2019 – Sprint Center – Kansas City, Mo.
The five-time Olympic medalist and 14-time world champion completed the move on Friday at the 2019 US Gymnastics Championships in Kansas City, Missouri.
Just a little bit of history about my hometown that many don’t speak of… Chicago has always been one of the most racist places in AmeriKKKa…
Chapter 12/Chicago Is A Great Foreign City
Red Summer The Summer of 1919 And The Awakening Of Black America
Events that lead up to the race war explosion that occurred 100 years ago on July 27, 1919. The Chicago Race War was one of the most violent confrontations that have ever occurred in this nation. Listen as I read from the book Red Summer, The Summer Of 1919 And The Awakening of Black America by Cameron McWhither. This book details those events that enveloped the city of Chicago where the forces of racial animosity, racial hatred, racial misunderstanding, racial segregation, and racial oppression.
via 100 Years Ago The Great Race War In Chicago When Blacks Fought Back Against White Mobs
I wasn’t up on him myself…
Martin Delany was a Civil Rights activist, author, editor, and doctor who came into this world on May 6, 1812. Born in Charles Town, West Virginia, as the son of slaves, his grandfather on his father’s side was a village chieftain while his grandfather on his mother’s side was known as a Mandingo prince. Delany’s mother, Pati, won her freedom and started working as a seamstress. She became determined to educate her five children. However, someone turned her in for teaching her children how to read and write, so the family moved and settled in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Delany’s father, Samuel, joined them a year later after he paid for his freedom. Continue reading
Whole lotta $5 indians still taking shit that ain’t theirs… not to mention who the real Native Americans were which is Afrikans who settled here… there’s video at the end of the article for those who don’t wish to read….
The actual Indians, or rather known as the American Aborigines, have since blamed the government for the mismanagement of a trust in their names, for well over 120 years, and now the US Goverment owes them tens of billions of dollars.
The dispute dates back to 1887, when Congress made the Interior Department the trustee for approximately 145 million acres of Indian lands in America. Continue reading
This video speaks on the less talked about the presence of the Moors in Southern France, Northern Italy, & Switzerland. The Moors controlled the mountain pass of the Alps to the Rhine River Valley.
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The Arab/Muslim Presence in Medieval Central Europe
via (2) Black Europe: The Moors in Southern France, Italy, & Switzerland – YouTube
I knew this already which makes the whole “Cowboys & Indians” real self hatred when u realize BOTH were Afrikan descendants…
A quick internet search of “American cowboy” yields a predictable crop of images. Husky men with weathered expressions can be seen galloping on horseback. They’re often dressed in denim or plaid, with a bandana tied ‘round their neck and a cowboy hat perched atop their head. Lassos are likely being swung overhead. And yes, they’re all white.
Contrary to what the homogenous imagery depicted by Hollywood and history books would lead you to believe, cowboys of color have had a substantial presence on the Western frontier since the 1500s. In fact, the word “cowboy” is believed by some to have emerged as a derogatory term used to describe Black cowhands. Continue reading
Another story of revolution HIS-story will never tell you about…
Tired of the oppression that his people suffered in the hands of the British due to the massive turn of the slave trade, Joseph Chatoyer, chief of an indigenous group of the Caribbean led what is now known as the first and second Carib Wars which lasted between 1769 and 1797. Continue reading
As the memes says, they kidnapped doctors, lawyers, and intellectuals and made them slaves…. notice how the YT says “written by a slave” smmfh just disrespectful….
Read it here
His entire collection at the Library of Congress
Omar Ibn Said was 37 years old when he was taken from his West African home and transported to Charleston, South Carolina, as a slave in the 1800s. Now, his one-of-a-kind autobiographical manuscript has been translated from its original Arabic and housed at the Library of Congress, where it “annihilates” the conventional narrative of African slaves as uneducated and uncultured. Amna Nawaz reports. Continue reading