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Mahlena's Guide to Life Mahlena's Black History Month ✊🏾Today we celebrate...Stacey Abr
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Mahlena's Black History Month ✊🏾 Today we celebrate... Stacey Abrams, politician @staceyabrams #fornerdygirls #blackhistorymonth #bhm #blackwomen #knowyourhistory #instaquote #instahistory #quoteoftheday #february #blacklivesmatter #blackhistory #blackpeople #blackexcellence #unapologeticallyblack #womeninbusiness #ladyboss #sotu #staceyabrams #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlsrock #democrat Смотреть полностью
Nathifa's Thoughts #FirstAfricanAmerican for #SecretaryofState and #JointsChiefofStaff #U
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#FirstAfricanAmerican for #SecretaryofState and #JointsChiefofStaff #USArmy #blackhistory #BlackHistoryMonth #knowyourhistory #Everydayisblackhistory #Sayitloud #imblackandimproud Смотреть полностью
Raw Elegance Hair Solutions Black History Fact!  Marjorie Stewart Joyner (1896-1994): Inventor and
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Black History Fact! Marjorie Stewart Joyner (1896-1994): Inventor and patent of a Permanent Hair-Wave Machine in 1928. Marjorie Stewart was born in 1896 in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. In 1912, an eager Marjorie moved to Chicago, Illinois to pursue a career in cosmetology. She enrolled in the A.B. Molar Beauty School and in 1916 became the first Black women to graduate from the school. She became the first Black woman to receive a patent and her device enjoyed enormous and immediate success. It performed even better than anticipated as the curl that it added would often stay in place for several days, whereas curls from standard curling iron would generally last only one day. #knowyourhistory #blackhistorymonth #houseofrawelegance #rawelegance1 #rawelegance #education #stl #hairhistory Смотреть полностью
 The events continue! Tomorrow, make your way to @apachecafe for #LuvJo
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The events continue! Tomorrow, make your way to @apachecafe for #LuvJones Check Apache Cafe's page for ticket link ! . . . #ApacheCafe #Atlanta #Luv #LuvJones #LoveJones #poetry #art #openmic #Thursday #TheBlackMarketGA #blackhistorymonth #February #africa #educate #bhm #knowyourhistory #supportblackowned #georgia #blackbusinessowner #blackbusiness #blackmen #blackwomen #blacklove #ILBB #makinghistory #ancestors Смотреть полностью
Jodi-Ann NubianQween Francis #WomeninBlackHistory ..Toni Morrison, original name Chloe Anthony Wo
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#WomeninBlackHistory . . Toni Morrison, original name Chloe Anthony Wofford, (born February 18, 1931, Lorain, Ohio, U.S.), American writer noted for her examination of black experience (particularly black female experience) within the black community. She received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993. (Britannica.com) . . More at: https://www.britannica.com/biography/Toni-Morrison . . #knowyourhistory #blackhistory #blackherstory #greatblackwomen Смотреть полностью
Black Latina Movement “Forty years ago, the Combahee River Collective left their mark on b
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“Forty years ago, the Combahee River Collective left their mark on black feminism when its members issued a statement that not only centered the contributions of queer black feminists to black liberation struggles but also emphasized the importance of intersectional organizing across race, gender, sexual orientation, and class. “We are actively committed to struggling against racial, sexual, heterosexual, and class oppression, and see as our particular task the development of integrated analysis and practice based upon the fact that the major systems of oppression are interlocking. The synthesis of these oppressions creates the conditions of our lives,” the Combahee River Collective stated. It further declared, “As black women, we see black feminism as the logical political movement to combat the manifold and simultaneous oppressions that all women of color face.” The collective came out of the Boston chapter of the National Black Feminist Organization. It was inspired by the South Carolina river, where Harriet Tubman freed 750 slaves.”-ShadowProof.com(2017) #BlackHistoryMonth #AfricanAmericanHistoryMonth #KnowTheHistory #KnowYourHistory #AmericanHistory #BlackExcellence #BlackWomen #BlackFeminist #CombaheeRiverCollectiveStatement #Intersectionality Смотреть полностью
Gee's Clippers est. 1995 It’s always good seeing my good friend and OG, Mr Wayne Embry. He’
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It’s always good seeing my good friend and OG, Mr Wayne Embry. He’s in town for the Bucks vs Celtics game tomorrow night where he’ll be recognized along with other Milwaukee Bucks originals in honor of Black History Month. #WayneEmbry #MilwaukeeBucks #HallOfFame #NBAExecutiveOfTheYear #5xAllstar #NBAChampion #MyOG #Legend #HotelHaircutCall #GoogleHim #KnowYourHistory #KnowYourOG #BlackHistoryMonth #GoodFriend #GeesClippers #MilwaukeeBarbers #81YearsYoung Смотреть полностью
FU HOW s/o to my #TMR brothers @pestoleum6 @we_do_damage @marz_tmr @saint_tmr
Bayside, New York
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s/o to my #TMR brothers @pestoleum6 @we_do_damage @marz_tmr @saint_tmr @suc hs_life @smokebombbayside @jimmy_73 #knowyourhistory Смотреть полностью
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"The Long, Hot Summer of 1967 refers to the 159 race riots that erupted across the United States in 1967." Black Americans were pushing against the fundamental boundaries that plagued their communities such as poverty, unemployment and the systematic denial of opportunities and the mistreatment by white or mostly white police forces. In June there were riots in Atlanta, Boston, and Cincinnati, as well as Buffalo, New York, and a riot in Tampa, Florida. In July there were riots in Birmingham, Chicago, New York, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New Britain, Conn., Rochester, N.Y., and a riot in Plainfield, New Jersey. The most serious riots of the summer took place in July, with the riot in Newark, New Jersey and the Twelfth Street riot, in Detroit, Michigan. . . . #Listen #Understand #LongHotSummer #1967 #Message #Celebrate #BlackHistory #BlackHistoryMonth #KnowYourHistory #MakeHistory #NoApologies #Riot #Protest #UnsungHeroes #OurAncestors #Blood #BlackAndProud #BlackAndDope #instalike #instalove #Instadaily #instagood #bestoftheday #photooftheday #Love Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Here is a 19th century man from Japan from what he is wearing and the
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Here is a 19th century man from Japan from what he is wearing and the sword he had could say he was a samurai bodyguard or a Ronin or Yukuza cuzz Japanese made it illegal except police or military and a few special people to wear swords in public or at all Смотреть полностью
Darelle Chandler C. R. Patterson & Sons Car company was founded in 1893 & ended in 1939
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C. R. Patterson & Sons Car company was founded in 1893 & ended in 1939. It was the first African American owned Car Manufacturer company. They started off building carriages then eventually moved on to create buses for the greenfield school district. The first car from the company was presented in 1915 & was widely known around that time as being better than Henry Fords Car company. The business died out because the company couldn’t keep up with Fords high manufacturing output. #Blackhistory #ImblackandImproud #knowyourhistory . Смотреть полностью
Talena Skye #blackhistory #celebrate #blacklivesmatter #africanamericans #knowyour
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#blackhistory #celebrate #blacklivesmatter #africanamericans #knowyourhisto ry #blackentrepreneurs #blackfemale #blackfemalebusinessowner Смотреть полностью
Cal State LA NSS Did you know that 2019 is @unesco International Year of Indigenous Lan
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Did you know that 2019 is @unesco International Year of Indigenous Languages? Anthropology professor, Dr. Sonnenschein, and his students will have a number of events celebrating this historic year starting with a launch event tomorrow at 6:30 p.m in King Hall Lecture Hall 1. Hope to see you there! @csulaladores #indigenouspeople #knowyourhistory #unesco #socialjustice Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Muslim Bandits in Xinjiang China sometime around (1915) that one guy o
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Muslim Bandits in Xinjiang China sometime around (1915) that one guy on far left seem like he is gonna burst out laughing and the dude on far right has one big ass gun Смотреть полностью
Dara Sherman Happy Wednesday Yall!! I hope you all are having a productive and  ble
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Happy Wednesday Yall!! I hope you all are having a productive and blessed day 😊 On today's episode of my selfcare date . I was invited to attend a remarkable theatre production called the Flying Hobos which tells the incredible story of James Herman Banning who was the first African American to fly a coast to coast flight across The United States . The actors @drewskiidrake , Jeantique Oriol, and all who were involved did a phenomenal job. Pat Smith you created an educational masterpiece and I'll continue to write thy Front Desk Musical.👏😊🌟. P.S @grazerskent is my happy place. Never forget to do what makes you happy God will make room for your gifts when you put the work in and remain faithful. Peace, Love, and Light . #theatre #blackhistorymonth #theflyinghobos #Knowyourhistory #blackactorsmatter #positivesoul #selfcareadvocate #theatrearts #blackartsmatter #positiveinfluencer #christian #positivity #selfcareambassador #selfloveambassador #broadwaydreaming #happyness #supportthearts #grazerskent #blackgirljoy #supportblackartists #supportblackactors #cleaneater #cleaneating #healthnut Смотреть полностью
ᴋɪᴀɴᴀ ʀᴇɴᴇᴇ (Swipe left for video & reference photo)_.We all know about Rosa Par
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(Swipe left for video & reference photo) _. We all know about Rosa Parks and her dedication to the Civil Rights Movement, but few know about Mrs. Irene Morgan. _. Irene Morgan was a civil rights activist born in Baltimore, Maryland. Morgan was arrested in Virginia for refusing to give up her seat on a Greyhound bus. Morgan went to the NAACP for legal counsel, where her case eventually made it to the Supreme Court (Irene Morgan v. Commonwealth of Virginia)(1946) _. In a landmark decision, The Supreme Court declared interstate racial segregation to be unconstitutional. _. Irene Morgan’s bravery and dedication inspired The Journey of Reconciliation and The Freedom Rides. _. I didn’t learn about Mrs. Morgan until I took a Civil Rights Class during my sophomore year in college. _. Thank you Mrs. Morgan for your contributions. You paved the way for others to finish what you started. Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Now this photo was vintage I couldn't find a date but looks 1940s mayb
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Now this photo was vintage I couldn't find a date but looks 1940s maybe and didn't say they were gay but I'm sure we can all tell they are just look at were the other guys hand is lol now this is history too so no one hate or say anything horrible on this Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Here is a dog dressed up in a suite with cat in his lap for a picture
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Here is a dog dressed up in a suite with cat in his lap for a picture in the (1950) how the hell did they manage to do this and with the cat on his lap too Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Here is a gay couple from (1890) they got a bottle of something maybe
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Here is a gay couple from (1890) they got a bottle of something maybe beer whiskey probely had hell of a night after the photo the guy on the right looks really happy Смотреть полностью
Daily posts  👩🏾‍⚖️👩🏾‍🎓✊🏾 Malcolm X, a revolutionary leader who changed the world as we know it
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Malcolm X, a revolutionary leader who changed the world as we know it , who fought for black rights was assassinated 54 years ago today by a group of people from the nation of Islam. #restinpower #thankyou #weloveyou #malcolmx #history #blackhistorymonth #blackhistorymatters #martinlutherkingjr #proudtobeanafrican #proudtobeblack #blackhistorypride #remember #activist #knowthyself #knowyourhistory Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast A soldier shared his bananas with a goat during the battle of Saipan i
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A soldier shared his bananas with a goat during the battle of Saipan in (1944) look like a pet from the rope around it but who know could also have been their dinner in few days or weeks Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Here is another gay couple in (1878) they were treated very violently
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Here is another gay couple in (1878) they were treated very violently in those day some unlike these men remained hidden there entire lives and didn't love or find love or were forced to or did fake marriages Смотреть полностью
KiwanisCBYP #interclubbing #kiwanisclubodbridgetown #kcbyp #blackhistorymonth. #kn
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#interclubbing #kiwanisclubodbridgetown #kcbyp #blackhistorymonth . #knowyourhistory
learnfromthepast This is a lesbian couple embracing and abought to kiss the date and pe
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This is a lesbian couple embracing and abought to kiss the date and people are unknown
learnfromthepast Gay couple from (1800) now back then this was frowned upon  could get
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Gay couple from (1800) now back then this was frowned upon could get in big shit for doing this thrown in jail beaten called a pansy Смотреть полностью
kyla Dr. Halle Tanner Dillon Johnson was the first female physician to pass
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Dr. Halle Tanner Dillon Johnson was the first female physician to pass the Alabama state medical examination and was the first woman physician at Tuskegee Institute. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ In 1886 she married Charles E. Dillon and the two moved to Trenton, New Jersey where they had a daughter, Sadie.  Her husband passed and Halle Tanner Dillon moved back to Philadelphia to live with her parents. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Tanner decided to become a physician and enrolled at the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania.  The only African American woman in her class, Tanner graduated with an M.D. and high honors after three years of study in 1891.  While at the college, she learned of a job opportunity as resident physician at Tuskegee Institute.  She contacted Booker T. Washington, the Principal of Tuskegee.  Washington appointed her and helped her prepare for the Alabama state medical examination. ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Dr. Tanner Dillon sat for the ten day examination and passed.  She served at Tuskegee University as a physician, pharmacist, teacher, and ran a private practice for 3 years.  While at Tuskegee she founded a training school for nurses and a dispensary (pharmacy). ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ In 1894 she married her second husband, Reverend John Quincy Johnson, an aspiring theologian and mathematics professor at Tuskegee Institute.  The couple moved to Nashville where Reverend Johnson pursued a graduate degree in divinity while serving as pastor of Saint Paul’s AME Church.  Dr. Tanner Dillon Johnson, meanwhile, resumed her medical practice.  The couple had three more children but in 1901 Dr. Halle Tanner Dillon Johnson died of complications resulting from childbirth. 🗒 @blackpasthistory Смотреть полностью
crossfitmomof2 Yes, that’s the answer I’ve always needed. I look like arroz con g
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Yes, that’s the answer I’ve always needed. I look like arroz con gandules. 🇵🇷 #ilookblack #iamblack #ugghh #knowyourhistory #afrolatina #thestruggleisreal Смотреть полностью
The Bahamas Past and Present🇧🇸 ●CARMICHAEL●Between 1807-1844 many ships involved in slave trade
Carmichael Road
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●CARMICHAEL● Between 1807-1844 many ships involved in slave trade were captured by the Royal Navy & their cargo of enslaved people brought to The Bahamas. It was Governor Colebrooke's opinion that "no colony is so favorable as an asylum for the Africans." In 1825, Charles Poitier, Collector of Customs was appointed to protect & provide for the Africans who had completed their term of apprenticeship. Consequently in May of that year he bought 400 acres of land located in the southwest district of NP, from one Alexander Finlayson. The land was to be proportioned out accordingly so that each African would receive an equal share. In 1825, this village was called Headquarters, however was renamed Carmichael after the departure of Gov Sir James Carmichael Smyth in 1832. The early plan of Carmichael, (Poitier to Grant 25 May 1829) shows the 400 acres of land purchased by Charles Poitier in 1825, for the use of freed African Apprentices. The land was divided into lots of 10 acres each & every African who obtained a lot, was considered indebted to the Government, for a sum of $10.00 which was to be paid by installments at their convenience. By 1832, there were 514 liberated Africans living in & around the village of Carmichael. In 1832 the male African inhabitants built a 3 1/4 mile road through rugged rocky ground from the public road to the village school. The road was to better facilitate travelling from the village to the Nassau Market, a distance of 7 mile where they sold their home grown products.In 1833 a superintendent was appointed & issued with explicit instructions, in regard to the governing of the village of Carmichael.Between 1832-35 a chapel was built & it was used as both a church and school. In 1830 the population of Carmichael was 797 & by 1837 had dwindled to 215,majority of whom were elderly & very young. //Info,pics: Bahamas Department of Archives// SWIPE 👉 #oldbahamas #presentbahamas #bahamianhistory #thebahamas #bahamas #carmichael #carmichaelroad #settlementsofnewprovidence #carmichaelsettlement #governorjamescarmichaelsmyth #governorcolebrooke #charlespoitier #alexanderfinlayson #governorcarmichael #vintagebahamas #knowyourhistory #seeyourhistory Смотреть полностью
GYGB Oh it's much deeper than throwing 1-2s.... #staywoke #knowyourhistory
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Oh it's much deeper than throwing 1-2s.... #staywoke #knowyourhistory #muh ammadali #itsdeeper #useyourplatform #sacrifices #realhero #goat Смотреть полностью
Picture History Cornel West is a political activist, author and university professor.
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Cornel West is a political activist, author and university professor. His books include 'Race Matters' and 'Democracy Matters.' Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Portrait of a young beautiful geisha 1885-1895 the fan she us holding
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Portrait of a young beautiful geisha 1885-1895 the fan she us holding was very common in Japan mostly every single person had a fan pretty much and would use it from point directions to cooling themselves it was very fashionable then Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast This was taken after a blitz attack they are pulling survivors from th
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This was taken after a blitz attack they are pulling survivors from the rubble house probely after bombed hope the 2 they pulled out survived Смотреть полностью
🔟SupremeTeamNightLife LLC , “A man who stands for nothing, Will fall for anything “ : Malcolm
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“A man who stands for nothing, Will fall for anything “ : Malcolm X #BHM #KnowYourHistory
learnfromthepast Here is another photo of the Americas body amour during ww1 look like
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Here is another photo of the Americas body amour during ww1 look like scary ass cheap iron man this did save alot of lives during the war was taken in (1917) Смотреть полностью
black bizzness support #Repost @jivejuicecompany・・・Empowering our Youth to dream big!
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#Repost @jivejuicecompany ・・・ Empowering our Youth to dream big!! Celebrate You. #motivational #kingsandqueensunited #unity #knowyourhistory #unlearnandrelearn #blacklove #blackpower #hbcu #blackcouples #blacklivesmatter #blacktogetherness #buyblack #supportblackbusiness #blackhistory #blackauthors #blackexcellence #blackhair #coils #kinks #curls #woke #staywoke #activism #blackgirlmagic #blackboyjoy #melanin #melaninpoppin #oprah #instagood Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast A Japanese family moveing household objects in (1890) the Japanese of
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A Japanese family moveing household objects in (1890) the Japanese of old sure look a hell of a lot different then the Japanese we know today but they still keep their politeness and honour and amazing culture Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast The New York police department in the early 1800 with three thick bear
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The New York police department in the early 1800 with three thick beards were very stylish back then
black beauty ✨ a little bit of Sam Cooke for black history month #samcooke #blackhist
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a little bit of Sam Cooke for black history month #samcooke #blackhistorymo nth #knowyourhistory #blackexcellence #acapella #singing #instagramsinger #blackgirlscansingtoo Смотреть полностью
ᴋɪᴀɴᴀ ʀᴇɴᴇᴇ “No.” - Rosa Parks (1955) _.Black History is EVERY month!_.Too
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“No.” - Rosa Parks (1955) _. Black History is EVERY month! _. Tools: @procreate x iPad
learnfromthepast Here is the lighthouse at Matane Quebec in (1915) light houses are sur
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Here is the lighthouse at Matane Quebec in (1915) light houses are sure beautiful building I mean we dont need them as much now a day but there sure beautiful and amazing to look at even own if you can afford it Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Here is Winnipeg in (1887) sure as hell looks alot smaller then today
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Here is Winnipeg in (1887) sure as hell looks alot smaller then today can even see little garden there and mostly just dirt roads must of been taken on outskirts of city back then Смотреть полностью
Tufts SNMA Thank you @nikhiler for sharing how he is #healingthroughhistory!..
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Thank you @nikhiler for sharing how he is #healingthroughhistory ! . . “Rolihlahla ’Nelson’ Mandela, known affectionately by South Africans as 'Madiba', was a South African leader and anti-apartheid revolutionary. When he passed away in 2013, the world joined South Africans as they mourned for a man who left behind one of the great legacies of our time. Swipe to see his home and beginnings in Soweto, the well known township which is a part of Johannesburg. It is from here that the struggle against the apartheid state began - a struggle against institutionalized racial segregation and a brutal regime. Eventually the apartheid system was dismantled, but freedom came at a truly great price for Madiba. Between Robben Island and other prisons to which he was transferred, Madiba spent almost 27 years in jail for his bravery as a revolutionary. When he emerged from prison on Feb 11th, 1990 he walked into a transformed South Africa. Mandela's story, his actions, and his incredible character remind us that we are capable of truly igniting change. We have so much potential as physicians - it is our duty to harness this and make lives better, especially those that society has continually failed to help. As Mandela puts it, ‘A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.’ As future Tufts physicians, I think we have both. Let's put it to use.” . . #blackhistorymatters #blackhistorymonth #knowyourhistory Смотреть полностью
Tasha Guevara (DJ Tabu) Fredericka Carolyn
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Fredericka Carolyn "Fredi" Washington (December 23, 1903 – June 28, 1994) was an American stage and film actress, civil rights activist, performer, and writer. Washington was of European and African admixture, being one of the first people of color to gain recognition for their film and stage work back in the 1920s and 30s. Washington was active in the Harlem Renaissance (1920s–1930s), her best known role being "Peola" in the 1934 version of the film Imitation of Life (1934), in which she plays a young light-skinned woman who decides to pass as white. Her last film role was in One Mile from Heaven (1937), after which she left Hollywood and returned to New York to work in theatre and civil rights activism. She is seen here wearing an anti lynch patch on her arm. Miss Washington worked for equal rights for blacks in the theater and film industry and was a founder of the Negro Actors Guild. She also was a drama editor and columnist for The People's Voice, a New York weekly newspaper published by Adam Clayton Powell Jr., her sister's husband at the time. #frediwashington #icon #trailblazer #actress #civilrights #activist #naacp #blsckhistorymonth #knowyourhistory #queen Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast View of the harbor of Montreal Quebec (1884) wow just look at those ol
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View of the harbor of Montreal Quebec (1884) wow just look at those old ships they look so amazing and beautiful and little tiny fishing boat Смотреть полностью
CiNCA WED March 6th @ 12pm at the Carver Library // CiNCA Equity Series: Aus
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WED March 6th @ 12pm at the Carver Library // CiNCA Equity Series: Austin’s Trouble With Being Green. >>>> We make decisions every day about how and where we spend our time, from the stores we visit to the parks where we play. Often times those decisions are influenced by the history of spaces and their relationship to the communities we belong to. The Austin Parks and Rec Dept was founded in 1928, the same year that the City’s 1928 Master Plan laid the foundation for segregating communities of color, forcing their relocation to East Austin. Although nearly 100 years have passed since the development of the plan, many of the same patterns of segregation can be seen in where people live, the schools children go to, and the parks and trails people access. Join CiNCA and the Austin History Center for a presentation on the history of Austin and its recreation spaces. Link to register in bio! • • • #optoutside #equity #diversity #diversityandinclusion #equityoutdoorsatx #austin #austintx #bartonsprings #diversifyoutdoors #knowyourhistory #cinca Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Wheat near Standard Alberta in about 1920
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Wheat near Standard Alberta in about 1920
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Inay's Kitchen
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"Is this the type of city you want to live in?" - Cynthia Brothers Head over to RealBadassWomen.com to see the video piece and more photos featuring Cynthia Brothers BA//02 features Cynthia Brothers. Cynthia founded Vanishing Seattle in 2016 but is also a nonprofit consultant who has worked in the areas of immigrant rights, online organizing, and arts & culture. Vanishing Seattle documents the displaced & disappearing institutions, small businesses, & cultures of Seattle--and celebrates the spaces and communities that give this city its soul. She's from Seattle and admits to clichés such as playing in bands and once making espresso for a living and is proud that she went to the high school where Bruce Lee first demonstrated his famous “one-inch punch”. Thanks to Cynthia Brothers, Vanishing Seattle, and Women Who Rock Community for their support on this profile. @VanishingSeattle @eighth_generation @sustainmusicproject @womenwhorockcommunity #RealBadassWomen #BadassWomen #The206 #CID #HumbowNotHotels #InternationalDistrict #Chinatown #ID #BushGarden #SEATLLE #EmeraldCity #PersonalProject #NeverTheLessShePersisted #WingLuke #WingLukeMuseum #KnowYourHistory #KnowYourCity #IHeartSavingPlaces Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast The Great Glacier Selkirk mountains British Columbia in abought (1890)
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The Great Glacier Selkirk mountains British Columbia in abought (1890) so many beautiful images from these area Смотреть полностью
Lori U Went back to the Whitney Plantation so we could bring the kids. Even t
Whitney Plantation
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Went back to the Whitney Plantation so we could bring the kids. Even though we were here exactly one year ago, we learned so much more. Every American should go here. This is American History. Thanks, Ali, for a great tour. Nico couldn’t leave your side—he was hanging on every word. @whitneyplantation #knowyourhistory Смотреть полностью
Nichole Baker I got Loyalty, got royalty inside my DNACocaine quarter piece, got wa
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I got Loyalty, got royalty inside my DNA Cocaine quarter piece, got war and peace inside my DNA I got power, poison, pain and joy inside my DNA I got hustle though, ambition, flow, inside my DNA I was born like this, since one like this Immaculate conception I transform like this, perform like this Was Yeshua's new weapon I don’t contemplate, I meditate, then off your fucking head This that put-the-kids-to-bed This that I got, I got, I got, I got Realness, I just kill shit 'cause it's in my DNA I got millions, I got riches buildin’ in my DNA I got dark, I got evil, that rot inside my DNA I got off, I got troublesome, heart inside my DNA I just win again, then win again like Wimbledon, I serve Yeah, that's him again, the sound that engine in is like a bird You see fireworks and Corvette tire skrrt the boulevard I know how you work, I know just who you are See, you's a, you's a, you's a Bitch, your hormones prolly switch inside your DNA Problem is, all that sucker shit inside your DNA Daddy prolly snitched, heritage inside your DNA Backbone don't exist, born outside a jellyfish, I gauge See, my pedigree most definitely don't tolerate the front Shit I've been through prolly offend you This is Paula’s oldest son I know murder, conviction Burners, boosters, burglars, ballers, dead, redemption Scholars, fathers dead with kids And I wish I was fed forgiveness Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, soldier’s DNA Born inside the beast My expertise checked out in second grade When I was 9, on cell, motel, we didn't have nowhere to stay At 29, I’ve done so well, hit cartwheel in my estate And I'm gon' shine like I'm supposed to Antisocial, extrovert And excellent mean the extra work And absentness what the fuck you heard And pessimists never struck my nerve And that’s a riff, gonna plead this case The reason my power's here on earth Salute the truth, when the prophet say (DNA by Kendrick Lamar) Смотреть полностью
Kristin Raeesi Join me in Houston on March 3rd for my workshops!...“Gypsy 101”
Ahlam Academy / Oriental Phoenix Arts
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Join me in Houston on March 3rd for my workshops!. . . “Gypsy 101”: Domari, Lom and Romani history, culture and artistic traditions Many people have heard the term "Gypsy" but very few people have an accurate understanding of the people who the term refers to. In this presentation Romani dancer, researcher and activist Kristin Raeesi will give a slideshow/lecture providing an overview of the various peoples referred to as "Gypsies", guiding you through the histories, culture/s and artistic traditions of the Domari, Lom and Romani peoples. She will also speak to common misconceptions that many people have about these groups and what the realities are. There will be a question/answer period following the lecture where students may ask questions, especially those related to creating and presenting "Gypsy" content in their own work. *Please bring a notebook and something to write with. No filming or recording of this lecture allowed. $30 for lecture Intro to Turkish Romani Dance and 9/8 rhythm In this workshop Kristin will introduce you to Turkish Romani dance and to the 9/8 rhythm. At the beginning of class there will be a short lecture to familiarize students with Turkish Romani history, culture, and music (including an overview of 9/8 rhythm). The dance portion of the workshop will cover basic footwork patterns, pelvic movements and arm frames/movements used in Turkish Romani dance; students will experiment with layering these movements. As an added bonus, Kristin will also break down some basic finger cymbal patterns to use to 9/8 rhythm, which can be a beautiful element to add to folkloric styling. Students will learn a short combination of Turkish Romani dance at the end of class, time permitting. *Please bring finger cymbals if you have them; if you prefer to drill movement only that’s ok too! $30 for dance class Attend both the lecture and the dance class for $50 #romani #gypsy #houstondancers #culture #history #knowyourhistory #folklore #romanidance #gypsydance #romanimusic #gypsymusic #danceworkshop #danceworkshops #bellydanceworkshop #bellydanceglobal #gypsyculture #context #turkishromani #romanhavasi #romanhavası #roots #bellydanceclass #dancehistory Смотреть полностью
ExecMommy By 1930, there were 50 African American owned insurance companies in e
Upward Hartford
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By 1930, there were 50 African American owned insurance companies in existence. Pictured are the founders of North Carolina Mutual Life founded in 1898. Their tag line, "A Company with a Soul and a Service" #knowyourhistory #blackhistorymonth #insurance #thehartford #naaia #naaiagreaterhartford Смотреть полностью
Harley Quinn #BlackHistory #knowyourhistory#learn#adapt#survive#exceed
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#BlackHistory #knowyourhistory #learn #adapt #survive #exceed
Matt August #NEONOG #SUR167 #INGYRIS .#rockinitsuckers #riscrew #nyc #knowyourhis
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#NEONOG #SUR167 #INGYRIS . #rockinitsuckers #riscrew #nyc #knowyourhistory #tagsandthrows #nycgraffiti #handstyle #allcity #graffitistickers #stickers #stickergraffiti #graffitiporn #stickerporn #graffiti #eggshell #urbanphotography #streetphotography #handstyle #grafflife #urbanart Смотреть полностью
Emmanuel Buckley The Black Panther Party, founded on October 15th 1966 by Bobby Seale a
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The Black Panther Party, founded on October 15th 1966 by Bobby Seale and Huey Newton; they enrolled most of their members and made huge impacts in the Oakland-San Francisco area, New York, Chicago, LA, Seattle, and Philadelphia. The party’s core practice was to arm citizens, monitor police officers of the Oakland department, and to stand up against police brutality. In 1969, serving the community with special programs became a huge priority for them such as Free Breakfast for Children, and health clinics to bring awareness to food injustice. J Edgar Hoover(leader of the FBI) called the party, “the greatest threat to the internal security of the country” which lead to assassinations of leaders, and oppression to try and cripple the party. With the government oppression, it gained interest mostly by the black community which made them want to support the party; they highly opposed de facto segregation and also the military draft. The Panther party reached its peak in 1970 with offices in 68 cities and thousands of members, before the numbers started dwindling due to the FBI’s COINTELPRO operation. The Black Panther party was the most influential movement organization in the late 60’s with a 50/50 ratio; some people called it, “the strongest link between the domestic Black Liberation Struggle and global opponents of American Imperialism” and others thought the party was more “criminal than political”. Whatever you may think about the Panthers, this was a revolution, a community of people standing up for one another during a time of racism, willing to help out a fellow brother or sister in a time of need ✊🏾 #blackhistorymonth #blackpantherparty #knowyourhistory Смотреть полностью
Danielle Beale “Still I Rise” was published in 1978 by Maya Angelou. She was an a
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“Still I Rise” was published in 1978 by Maya Angelou. She was an author, poet, civil rights activist, director, playwright, historian and so much more.✊🏾 #dbconsulting #empowermentcoach #blackhistorymonth #tothineownselfbetrue #knowthyself #knowyourhistory #lifecoach #minister #entrepreneur #youryearofgreater Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Melted and damaged mannequins after a fire at Madam Tussaud's Wax Muse
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Melted and damaged mannequins after a fire at Madam Tussaud's Wax Museum in London (1930) holy hell look at those heads on the floor there creepy as hell Смотреть полностью
Historic Seattle Re-post from @capitolhillpast!.Have a passion for local history and
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Re-post from @capitolhillpast ! . Have a passion for local history and preservation and looking for a way to get more involved? The Landmarks Preservation Board has an open position for a Structural Engineer. Deadline is April 8th. Click the link in our bio to learn more! . #knowyourhistory #knowyourcity #seattle #preservationmatters Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast In (1972) as part of Apollo 16s mission to the moon astronaut Charles
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In (1972) as part of Apollo 16s mission to the moon astronaut Charles Duke embarked on a mission to the moons surface to explore in a lunar roveing vehicle. But while there he left a picture of himself his wife and his 2 sons which was enclosed in plastic on the moons surface were it remains to thos dsy I didnt know he did this is pretty amazing love to see updated photo of it today Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Hunter and there dogs in (1912) this William James photo shows hunters
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Hunter and there dogs in (1912) this William James photo shows hunters and there hounds cantering over the ravine bridge on Bathurst Street just north of St.Clair Avenue Смотреть полностью
👍👌✌️😘🤗✈️👠 The home of Booker Taliaferro Washington an American educator, author,
Tuskegee, Alabama
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The home of Booker Taliaferro Washington an American educator, author, orator, and advisor to presidents of the United States. Between 1890 and 1915. #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #blackhistoryfacts #knowyourhistory #february #celebratingblackhistory #blackhistorytour #tuskegeeuniversity blessed to be a part of a phenomenal organization #jackandjillofamerica #blessed #americanhistory Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Hudson bay Co's Transport loaded with fur Fort Smith Slave River north
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Hudson bay Co's Transport loaded with fur Fort Smith Slave River northwest territories in (1900) The Hudson bay company is still around today and has shops in Canada these transports were sometime robbed cuzz the fur was worth alot Смотреть полностью
OurHistory_ OurLegacy Celebrating my student @justcorig I’m so very proud of you! Love yo
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Celebrating my student @justcorig I’m so very proud of you! Love you loads. 🍎
learnfromthepast Main street Dawson city Yukon canada in (1899) these gold miners all l
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Main street Dawson city Yukon canada in (1899) these gold miners all looking for there fortune and for a good future for them and their family's even man trying to make enough to find a wife to have a family or buy a farm or ranch so many dreams came through this city and lots were lost here Смотреть полностью
greg Special 2 lectures 1 day!!!!!!Africa: Mother of Humanity and Civiliza
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Special 2 lectures 1 day!!!!!! Africa: Mother of Humanity and Civilization An afternoon with Runoko Rashidi Date: Sunday February 24th Location: Source of Knowledge Bookstore 867 Broad Street Newark NJ Time: 2pm Until Advanced Tickets $25/$30 at the door: Zelle/973-388-4900 or PayPal/ironboundesl@gmail.com For more information contact: @messiah_the_poet.a.o.p @esl_made_easy_ #blackawareness #blackempowerment #blackhistory #blackhistory365 #africaneducation #africandiaspora #africanhistory #history #knowyourhistory #consciouscommunity #consciousness #runokorashidi #newarkevents #newarkblack #newarknewjersey #newarknj Смотреть полностью
🌐More Life Of MikeQ🌐 February 20, 2019 IN HONOR OF BLACK History Month lets take time to a
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February 20, 2019 IN HONOR OF BLACK History Month lets take time to appreciate Sidney Poitier as well as wish him a Happy 92nd Birthday 🎂 In 1964,Poitier became the first Bahamian and first black actor to win an Academy Award for Best Actor, and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his role in Lilies of the Field 2009 he was also awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom for his accomplishments “You are Someone” never let knowbidt discourage you long as you have the mentality you will successfull in anything pursue 💯✊🏾 #knowyourhistory Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Breakneck Steps, Quebec city,Quebec in (1870)now I'm pretty sure it wa
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Breakneck Steps, Quebec city,Quebec in (1870)now I'm pretty sure it was called breakneck steps cuzz some people would break there neck going up and down them and falling down them they look dangerous now can someone help me first at the start of steps looks blurry kinda ghostly figure of kid is that just mistake in picture or of ghost lol cuzz looks like kid is falling and no one is even looking at him or turning to help kinda weird Смотреть полностью
messiah_the_poet.a.o.p Special 2 lectures 1 day!!!!!!Africa: Mother of Humanity and Civiliza
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Special 2 lectures 1 day!!!!!! Africa: Mother of Humanity and Civilization An afternoon with Runoko Rashidi Date: Sunday February 24th Location: Source of Knowledge Bookstore 867 Broad Street Newark NJ Time: 2pm Until Advanced Tickets $25/$30 at the door: Zelle/973-388-4900 or CALL MESSIAH 404-908-6498 or PayPal/ironboundesl@gmail.com For more information contact: @messiah_god_rbg @esl_made_easy_ #newarkevents #newarkblack #newark #newarknj #blackawareness #blackpower #blackhistory365 #blackhistory #african #africaneducation #africanhistory #africa #conscious #consciouscommunity #knowyourhistory #knowledgeofself #goodmorning #love #messiahgodrdg Смотреть полностью
Alkhemical Godbody Your ancestors may have been here but their ancestors settled here com
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Your ancestors may have been here but their ancestors settled here coming from AFRICA!!!! #wakeup #doyourownresearch the Olmecs who fathered the civilization of the Americas came from present day Mali. Mansa mUsa was just following tradition and he was known in the Americas as Montezuma. If you disagree prove me wrong where is your FACTS!!!. You rep the Moorish flag cool but don’t disrespect your ancestral history. #knowyourhistory #knowyourworth #knowyourself #knowledgeispower Смотреть полностью
MESSIAH THE POET ✊🏾 Special 2 lectures 1 day!!!!!!Africa: Mother of Humanity and Civiliza
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Special 2 lectures 1 day!!!!!! Africa: Mother of Humanity and Civilization An afternoon with Runoko Rashidi Date: Sunday February 24th Location: Source of Knowledge Bookstore 867 Broad Street Newark NJ Time: 2pm Until Advanced Tickets $25/$30 at the door: Zelle/973-388-4900 or CALL MESSIAH 404-908-6498 or PayPal/ironboundesl@gmail.com For more information contact: @messiah_god_rbg @esl_made_easy_ #newarkevents #newarkblack #newark #newarknj #blackawareness #blackpower #blackhistory365 #blackhistory #african #africaneducation #africanhistory #africa #conscious #consciouscommunity #knowyourhistory #knowledgeofself #goodmorning #love #messiahgodrdg Смотреть полностью
Jamie A. Triplin #BlackHistoryMonth The Story of Little Black Sambo is the first childr
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#BlackHistoryMonth The Story of Little Black Sambo is the first children’s book with a black character. It was written and illustrated by Scottish author Helen Bannerman in 1899. Bannerman originally wrote the story for her white children. They claim the character was set in India, but the book faced much criticism due to the use of the word Sambo and the illustrations. Because of its racial implications through its imagery, the book has undergone numerous revisions. This cover and illustrations is from 1908. • • • “Critics of the time observed that Bannerman presents one of the first black heroes in children's literature and regarded the book as positively portraying black characters in both the text and pictures, especially in comparison to the more negative books of that era that depicted blacks as simple and uncivilised. However, it would become an object of allegations of racism in the mid-20th century, due to the names of the characters being racial slurs for dark-skinned people, and the fact the illustrations were, as Langston Hughes put it, in the pickaninny style. Both text and illustrations have undergone considerable revisions since.” via @wikipedia Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Group on a car on bay street on may 7,1945 This was taken by John Boy
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Group on a car on bay street on may 7,1945 This was taken by John Boyd, a photographer for the Globe and Mail. It was taken on the day that Germany unconstitutionally surrendered to the allies at the end of world war 2 not many people post pics of Canada celebrating wars end so thought I'd post some Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Marcia Pascal Half Cherokee Daughter of U.S Army officer George W.Pasc
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Marcia Pascal Half Cherokee Daughter of U.S Army officer George W.Paschal (1880) I hope she didnt have bad life cuzz if were half Cherokee half white both community would look down on you and call you a name I wont say what they would say cuzz its disrespect some still use it today to disrespect full natives or even half it's disgusting but she was daughter of a officer so many she never experienced it Смотреть полностью
The Bahamas Past and Present🇧🇸 ●NASSAU BECOMES A CITY●Prior to 1861, The Anglican Church in The
City Of Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas
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●NASSAU BECOMES A CITY● Prior to 1861, The Anglican Church in The Bahamas was under the Jurisdiction of The Diocese of Jamaica. However in 1860, a petition signed by the clergy and laymen of the church was sent to The Secretary of State requesting that The Bahamas be erected into a separate city . As a result Letters Patent were issued by Queen Victoria in 1861 and the Diocese of Nassau was formed. Christ Church was designated the Cathedral of The Bahamas and Nassau was henceforth called a city. An Act passed in 1882 legalized Nassau's claim to the title of city. (Ref: CO 23/16/502-503. 11 July 1861, Caulfield To Rogers) //Info and pics from Bahamas Department of Archives // SWIPE 👉 #oldbahamas #presentbahamas #bahamianhistory #thebahamas #bahamas #nassaucity #cityofnassau #newprovidence #theanglicanchurch #christchurchcathedral #nassaubecomesacity #dioceseofnassau #cathedralofthebahamas #vintagebahamas #knowyourhistory #seeyourhistory Смотреть полностью
Quai-Quai HAPPY RIH RIH DAY 🎉👑🇧🇧 @badgalriri #happybirthdayrihanna
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HAPPY RIH RIH DAY 🎉👑🇧🇧 @badgalriri #happybirthdayrihanna #rihanna #rihanna navy #blackgirlmagic #blackhistorymonth #knowyourhistory Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Major bells farm house Indian head Saskatchewan 1884
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Major bells farm house Indian head Saskatchewan 1884
learnfromthepast Flour mill and elevator Portage La Prairie Manitoba (1884) there are s
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Flour mill and elevator Portage La Prairie Manitoba (1884) there are still alot of these historic elevators left but some are not being look after and slowly need to be tore down to bad but alot are being reused and looked after Смотреть полностью
Black Power Book Club at GSU ▶LAST INTEREST MEETING THIS SEMESTER ◀ BLACK POWER BOOK CLUB AT G
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▶LAST INTEREST MEETING THIS SEMESTER ◀ BLACK POWER BOOK CLUB AT GSU INTEREST MEETING! WEDNESDAY FEB. 27 2019 5PM CLASSROOM SOUTH 103 . Come through GSU students! If you like ANY of the following BPBC is for you! -Reading -Discussions -Events (on and off campus) -Socializing -Volunteer Work -Activism -Visiting Other Colleges -Leadership Positions Original Chapter: @ascbpbc What is Black Power Book Club? Black Power Book Club (BPBC) provides students a safe space to read and discuss powerful books written by authors who are a part of the African diaspora. Not only do we read books/novels pertaining to Black history, Black leaders, and revolution in the Black community, we supplement what we are reading with site visits, attending or hosting events, and watching films. Also we aim to collaborate with book clubs at other Atlanta colleges and universities to gain a broad perspective on various topics. Black Power Book Club helps members gain valuable knowledge and new perspectives. Members use what they have learn to combat issues impacting our campus and greater Atlanta communities through volunteerism and activism. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackLivesMatter #BlackPower #GeorgiaStateUniversity #GSU #StateNotSouthern #College #AUC #ATL #Atlanta #YoungBlackAndGivingBack #StayWoke #WorkWoke #BlackandEducated #BlackGirlMagic #Goals #2019goals #BookClub #Melanin #BlackLove #Reading #ATLBookClub #KnowYourHistory #GSU19 #GSU20 #GSU21 #GSU22 #knowledgeIsPower #Culture Смотреть полностью
The Hueman Narrative. CITIZEN OF THE DIASPORA. Fact: The African Diaspora consists of the wo
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CITIZEN OF THE DIASPORA. Fact: The African Diaspora consists of the worldwide collection of communities descended from Africa’s peoples and their dispersal in the Americas. This included Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Cuba, and Dominican Republic to name a few. SS 19 #knowyourhistory #beingafricanisdope #knowthyself Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Indian head station, Indian Head Saskatchewan in (1884) to bad they de
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Indian head station, Indian Head Saskatchewan in (1884) to bad they destroyed alot of these old stations would of been nice to see them still there Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Here is the house of parliament in Ottawa Ontario Canada in (1878) the
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Here is the house of parliament in Ottawa Ontario Canada in (1878) there doing repairs on it today but hopefully this historic building will survive for future generations Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Rideau falls, Ottawa Ontario even these old pictures can show the beau
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Rideau falls, Ottawa Ontario even these old pictures can show the beauty that is in canada and still is there Смотреть полностью
#YAH🙌🏾🙌🏾👑🔥💯🕎 BLACK WOMEN ARE THE MOTHER OF HUMANITY!! 💯💯🙌🏾🙌🏾👑
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BLACK WOMEN ARE THE MOTHER OF HUMANITY!! 💯💯🙌🏾🙌🏾👑👑🔥🔥 #motherofallnature #Rea lQueen #FirstQueen #naturalbeauty #BlackEarthRising #KnowYourHistory #KnowYourRoots #knowthyself #Queens &#Kings #Yah 🙌🏾🙌🏾🕎💯👑👑🔥🔥☝️☝️#KeepIt 💯💯 Смотреть полностью
learnfromthepast Horseshoe falls from above, Niagara Ontario (1869) a great amazing for
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Horseshoe falls from above, Niagara Ontario (1869) a great amazing force of nature then and today
learnfromthepast Beach police man Bill Norton measures the distance from a women knees
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Beach police man Bill Norton measures the distance from a women knees and the bottom of her swimsuit to be sure it not to large in keeping with the rules of the time in Washington D.C in ( 1922)bet alot of guy just set they were measuring so could look at girls legs and feel them up very weird law glad it changed Смотреть полностью