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I’m From The Caribbean/I’m From Africa Many Black people from the Caribbean and the African continent who immigrate to the U.S. think the term “African-American” should refer only to Black Americans because it omits their specific cultural heritage. Some people from the Caribbean want to be referenced by their specific country of birth, while some continental …

Lincoln County, Mississippi White farmers known as White Caps, angered by the prosperity experienced by successful Black farmers, often used violence and intimidation to force African-Americans off their land. The Brookhaven Leader newspaper reported at the time that Eli Hilson of Lincoln County, Mississippi, got a warning on Nov. 18, 1903, when White Caps shot up his house …

History is heart-breaking. The way African Americans were treated was superfluous. especially since they (we) did nothing wrong.

Watch This Young Black Man Give A Near Perfect Response To A White Male Who’s Ignorant About The Systematic Oppression of Black People

Video Is From The Documentary “A Great Might Walk” By Black Dot Media Watch Dr. John Henrik Clarke Brilliantly Explain Why Black People Should Never Forget Their History - a very wise man.

In this movie scene, racist Caucasians control intelligent Black people to influence the Black community. Video from melinatedskintone