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#Willie James Howard, 15-years-old, sent cards to all his co-workers at the Van Priest Store in Live Oak, Florida. After all it was Christmas, and Howard was in a cheerful mood. Unlike the other cards,

James Howard, sent cards to all his co-workers at the Van Priest Store in Live Oak, Florida. After all it was Christmas, and Howard was in a cheerful mood.

On a warm Mississippi night, James Earl Green, a 17-year-old Jim High School senior two weeks from graduation, was lay dead. He was walking home after work at the Rag-a-Bag grocery store where he workedOn a warm Mississippi night, James Earl Green, a 17-year-old Jim High School senior two weeks from graduation, was lay dead. He was walking home after work at the Rag-a-Bag grocery store where he worked to help his mother and siblings. On May 14 a rumor began that Fayette Mayor Charles Evers…

On a warm Mississippi night, James Earl Green, a 17-year-old Jim High School senior two weeks from graduation, was lay dead. He was walking home after work at the Rag-a-Bag grocery store where he workedOn a warm Mississippi night, James Earl Green, a 17-year-old Jim High School senior two weeks from graduation, was lay dead. He was walking home after work at the Rag-a-Bag grocery store where he worked to help his mother and siblings. On May 14 a rumor began that Fayette Mayor Charles Evers…

Willie Edwards Jr., a truck driver, was on his way to work when he was stopped by four Klansmen. The men mistook Edwards for another man who they believed was dating a white woman. They forced Edwards at gunpoint to jump off a bridge into the Alabama River. Edwards’ body was found three months later.

Amazing Winn-Dixie Driver Willie Edwards Abducted by Klansmen: Body Washes Up on Shore Later

Next time someone says, “But Africans sold themselves into slavery!”, send this article to them | Uhuru Solidarity Movement

A slave wearing a slave collar as punishment in Islam. Islam still has black slaves slavery has never stopped in Islam.

The cover of Bliss Broyard's book about her father Anatole called "One Drop." Little Brown & Company

10 People You Probably Didn't Know Were Black

Anatole Broyard was born in New Orleans in 1920 to light-skinned black parents, spent much of his childhood in a predominantly black Brooklyn neighborhood and then crafted a carefully constructed image devoid of his ethnic heritage.

Amelia Boynton Robinson after she was beaten by state troopers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Alabama (1965) [711 x 1024]

Amelia Boynton Robinson has died today at In this photo she is with a fellow marcher in 1965 after being knocked unconscious by Alabama troopers at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. She was played by Lorraine Toussaint in the film "Selma".

The “Kissing Case”: A Simple Kiss On The Cheek That Made Civil Rights History And Shattered The Lives of Two Innocent 9 Year Old Boys

voidbat: “goodyarnin: “ billbotoebeans: “ THE KISSING CASE On this date, October two Black boys, James Hanover Thompson, and David “Fuzzy” Simpson, were among a group.

This sickening story reminds us why reparations are a must...This is a sad tale of a wealthy man in Mississippi, Reverend Isaac Simmons, who refused to give up his land to white men who wanted it.  As a result, the story had a tragic ending that will leave you frustrated.The men shot him three times, cut out his tongue, and told his son he had ten days to abandon the family property.

This sickening story reminds us why reparations are a must.This is a sad tale of a wealthy man in Mississippi, Reverend Isaac Simmons, who refused to give up his land to white men who wanted it. As a result, the story had a tragic ending that will leave

September 15, 1963 · Birmingham, Alabama Virgil Lamar Ware, 13, was riding on the handlebars of his brother’s bicycle when he was fatally shot by white teenagers. The white youths had come from a segregationist rally held in the aftermath of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing.

Virgil Lamar Ware, was riding on the handlebars of his brother’s bicycle when he was fatally shot by white teenagers. The white youths had come from a segregationist rally held in the aftermath of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing.

Nat Turner (October 2, 1800 – November 11, 1831) - Google Search

Nat Turner (October 1800 – November An African-American slave, known for leading a slave rebellion of slaves and free.

In 1828, Abrahim Abdul Rahman ibn Sori (1762-1829) was set free by the order of the Secretary of State Henry Clay and President John Quincy Adams. He was born in Timbo, West Africa (in present day Guinea). He was known as the "Prince of Slaves." He was a Fulbe from the land of Futa Jallon. Abrahim left Futa in 1774 to study in Mali at Timbuktu.

In 1828, Abrahim Abdul Rahman ibn Sori (1762-1829) was set free by the order of the Secretary of State Henry Clay and President John Quincy Adams. He was born in Timbo, West Africa (in present day Guinea). He was known as the "Prince of Slaves." He was a Fulbe from the land of Futa Jallon. Abrahim left Futa in 1774 to study in Mali at Timbuktu.

Barbaric Actions To Prevent Freedom

Freedom of religion essay conclusion Good Essays: Religious Freedom: A Religious Trap? - Due to the history of other countries Religious Freedom should not be legalized further. Though one might obtain Christian values, Freedom of Religion.

Beverly Frederick Jefferson - son of Easton Hemings Jefferson - grandson to Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings.  And three of Beverly's son's.

3rd US President

Beverly Frederick Jefferson - son of Easton Hemings Jefferson - grandson to Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings.

The Robert Charles Riots began when whites in New Orleans, Louisiana became infuriated after Robert Charles, an African-American, shot several white police officers on July 23, 1900. A manhunt for Charles began after he fledThe Robert Charles Riots began when whites in New Orleans, Louisiana became infuriated after Robert Charles, an African-American, shot several white police officers on July 23, 1900. A manhunt for Charles began after he fled after an altercation with New Orleans police…

The Robert Charles Riots began when whites in New Orleans, Louisiana became infuriated after Robert Charles, an African-American, shot several white police officers on July 23, 1900. A manhunt for Charles began after he fledThe Robert Charles Riots began when whites in New Orleans, Louisiana became infuriated after Robert Charles, an African-American, shot several white police officers on July 23, 1900. A manhunt for Charles began after he fled after an altercation with New Orleans police…

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