African American History

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Celia 1865

Snapshots of Black Childhood from the Afro-American Newspaper. Remember our convo about how grandma had me and Keith looking good back then?

Black History Album .... The Way We Were

EASTER’S BEST | 1950s Growing Up Afro: Snapshots of Black Childhood from the Afro-American Newspaper [Exhibition]. The Banneker- Douglass Museum. June 2, 2013 - January 30, 2014 Follow us on WEB...

Sylvester Magee The man who lived 130 years. Sylvester Magee may have been the last living slave in America, and the oldest person who ever lived!

Sylvester Magee (1841-1971) The man who lived 130 years

S Sylvester Magee may have been the last living slave in America, and the oldest person who ever lived! Born a slave in North Carolina, he was the son of slaves named Ephraim and Jeanette, who work…

Both are horrible crimes against humanity but slavery should be remembered just as much as the holocaust

Lady Rai (c. – 1530 BCE) was an ancient Egyptian woman of the early Dynasty who served as nursemaid to Queen Ahmose-Nefertari BCE). She is perhaps the best preserved mummy in all of Egypt.

All hail the Queen

20 Patriotic Pictures of Black Women in the Military – Black Southern Belle Black Women Art, Beautiful Black Women, Black Girls, Beautiful Curves, Black Men, Southern Belle, Patriotic Pictures, Sister Pictures, Black History Facts

African American Women in Military | 20 Patriotic Pictures of Black Women in the Military | Black Southern Belle

Black Southern Belle honors all women. In honor of Memorial Day, here are 20 Patriotic Pictures of African American Women in the Military!

Nadja West will become the black female three-star general

The Hidden faces of the Philippines

Hidden faces of Philippines, they'll NEVER tell you the TRUTH

1965 then, 2018 now, black Lives are lost senselessly, Dr. King change sure is slow to come.

February 18 1965

We need him in our History Textbooks!

John Morton Finneu