First Black President "Black" Man, A Moor, John Hanson Was the First President of the United States! George Washington was really the President of the United States! George Washington was not the first President of the, he was the
Photo of Young Slave Boys. Source: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library Document. Type: Visual Sources from the Schomburg Photographs and Prints Division (Slavery – Slaves – Portraits)- --- heart breaking
1863 or 1864 - 8 former slaves toured northern states to raise money for African-American schools in New Orleans, used 4 children with mixed-race ancestry & pale complexions to evoke sympathy - Charles Taylor, Rebecca Huger, Rosina Downs & Augusta Broujey
BLACK INDIANS Book By William Loren Katz, /NATIVE American have a rich history that often goes ignored, unnamed, and abused. Their history spans the Americas, and their stories are unique to the fabric of multiculturalism.
How a Nearly Successful Slave Revolt Was Intentionally Lost to History More than 500 slaves fought for their freedom in this oft-overlooked rebellion.
Why America needs to reject the Charleston massacre’s dangerous narrative of forgiveness
The Orangeburg massacre is the most common name given to an incident on February 8, 1968, in which nine South Carolina Highway Patrol officers in Orangeburg, South Carolina, fired into a crowd of protesters demonstrating against segregation at a bowling alley near the campus of South Carolina State College, a historically black college. Three men were killed and twenty-eight persons were injured; most victims were shot in the back. ~ additional comment from Colleen Griffin re: comment…
Amazing Buck Franklin and brother Matthew Franklin. Americans with Chickasaw and African heritage. Buck Franklin became a lawyer, notably defending survivors of the Tulsa Riots (Oklahoma) in 1921 which had resulted in the murder of 300 Africans
Note the clothing in the photo on the right, this is still the story of America. A man was lynched this year. This is not history, but the continuation of systematic violence used to instill fear and control people of color.