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  1. Remembering a Truly American Moment
  2. Random Black History Facts, Quotes, Sayings, Accomplishments.....
  3. Origins of the Afro Comb Exhibition
  4. March On Washington Events: 50th Anniversary Celebrations Kick Off In D.C.
  5. Black Excellence: Victor J. Glover Makes NASA’s 2013 Astronaut Candidate Class
  6. Martin Luther King rally draws thousands to Washington
  7. March On Washington Commemoration Stamp Unveiled
  8. Shaka Zulu....
  9. Ancient Wisdom in Afrika....Zulu Society traced to Reign of Pharaoh Kufu *Cheops*....
  11. Black History
  12. SCLC leader Joseph Lowery's wife dies after stroke
  13. Former Black Panther, Cancer-Stricken Angola 3 Prisoner Herman Wallace Given Just Days to Live After 42 Years in Solitary
  15. Tribute to Kwame Nkrumah
  16. On This Day in Black History: Olympics Black Power Salute...
  17. Who Is Sara Baartman? Every Black Woman Should Know Her Name
  18. The Real Lone Ranger
  19. The History and Experience of Blacks and Racism in Oregon
  20. The Black History Deception
  21. "Who Is Black"
  22. 10 Fearless Black Female Warriors Throughout History
  23. 3 African-Americans Among Recipients of Prestigious MacArthur ‘Genius’ Grants
  24. A Brief History of Black Face Just In Time For Halloween
  25. Australian Aborigines and The Influence of The Black Panther Party
  26. ’12 Years a Slave’ Highlights America’s Shocking Record of Female Subjugation
  27. Happy Veteran's Day....Remembering The Fallen
  28. Invisible Warriors: African American Women in World War II
  29. When Black Men Ruled the World: 5 Arab Kingdoms, Cities Dominated By Africans Before Rise of Islam
  30. Spelman College Was Founded By Two White Lesbian Women – 5 Other Interesting Facts
  31. Alabama Parole Board Posthumously Pardons Scottsboro Boys in Racially Charged 1930's Rape Case
  32. Dr. Marie Chisholm-Burns, Getting Recognition When Recognition is Due
  33. The Importance of Black History
  34. The Richest Person Who Ever Lived
  35. Today in Black History
  36. Hannibal
  37. Never Forget This Day In History
  38. BBC documentary on Cuba and the their help to end apartheid.
  39. Obama's Speech at Nelson Mandela's Memorial
  40. Nelson Mandela Memorial Service ~ A Pictorial View
  41. Zora Neale Hurston--- "Dear Countee"
  42. Google Honors Zora Neale Hurston On Her 123rd Birthday
  43. Martin Luther King Jr ~ I'm black, I'm proud, I'm beautiful
  44. In Honor of Martin Luther King Jr
  45. black stats
  46. Homage to Puma Jones,
  47. Nina Simone ~ Blackness~
  48. Unsung Women in Black History: Jane Matilda Bolin – the First Black Female Judge in the U.S.
  49. Unsung Black Women in History: Biddy Mason, from Slavery to One of Los Angeles’ Wealthiest Black Entrepreneurs
  50. 27 Amazingly Powerful Quotes From Black Writers
  51. The Orangeburg Massacre
  52. 1st African-American President Of Directors Guild Of America Breaks Boundaries, Opens Doors
  53. The Missing Tudors: Black people in 16th-century England
  54. 5 Inventions by Enslaved Black Men Blocked by US Patent Office
  55. Dr Claud Anderson - State of Black America [2014]
  56. How Slavery Led To Modern Capitalism
  57. Charlie Sifford
  58. Why does Everybody Dislike Black People?
  59. Google Honors Dorothy Height On 102nd Birthday
  60. Conrad George Jackson
  61. The African Renaissance Monument
  62. Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter Dies at 76
  63. Slave escape ship found in South Carolina harbor
  64. Never forget...
  65. Black Women Making History: Paulette Brown, First Black woman president-elect of powerful American Bar Association
  66. Poet Maya Angelou Dies at 86
  67. In Remembrance ~ Maya Angelou ~ A Literary Giant, A Mentor, A Phenomenal Woman
  68. Maya Angelou Funeral Details
  69. Maya Angelou Funeral Program ~ PDF ~
  70. We Lose Another Icon: The Legendary Ruby Dee Dies at 91
  71. History of the Black Panthers Trivia Game
  72. Miles Davis Quote..
  73. Herb Jeffries Dies at 100
  74. 50th Anniversary of 'Nothing But A Man'
  75. Michelle Howard Becomes 1st Female 4-Star Officer in the Navy
  76. Fredrick Douglas: The Meaning of July Fourth For The African American
  77. NIH finally makes good with Henrietta Lacks' family -- and it's about time, ethicist says
  78. Watch Documentary 'Rise of the Black Pharaohs' - PBS Digs Into Kushite History
  79. Meet the 14th Century African king who was richest man in the world of all time (adjusted for inflation!)
  80. 'A Chosen Exile': Black People Passing In White America
  81. Anthony Bowen, Syphax, and Amidon. Gentrification in D.C.
  82. Just in case anyone is interested.....
  83. Million Man March
  84. Filmmaker Uncovers Her Family’s Shocking Slave-Trading History, Urges Americans to Explore Own Roots
  85. Annie Lee, Artist & Humanitarian, Dies
  86. The System Want Change Until We Have Economic Power.
  88. 45 years ago- Fred Hamptom Illinois Leader of Black Panther Party was Gunned Down
  89. Watermelon... Keep On!
  90. My Sheros
  91. George Stinney...After 70 years, Judge tosses out guilty charge.
  92. What We Can Learn From Ella Baker In A Post-Ferguson Era
  93. Oregon Was Founded As a Racist Utopia
  94. America's first Black Filmmaker
  95. Elaine Brown Reflects on Her Life as a Black Power Leader ~ Ex Chairwoman of The Black Panther Party
  96. We Can’t Just Know Black History, We Have to Know It Matters
  97. What I think of YT people
  98. Influential Activist, Author Nikki Giovanni to Share Her Art and Wisdom at Universities Across the Nation for Black History Month
  99. Cigar-Smoking, Gun-Toting Mary Fields Carried Montana’s Mail
  101. Maya Angelou Will Be Honored with Her Own U.S. Postal Stamp
  102. How Former Slave Biddy Mason Died A Wealthy Real Estate Investor And Philanthropist
  103. Amelia Boynton Robinson ~ Freedom Fighter and the Face of Selma
  104. BLACK In Russia
  105. On Selma anniversary, Obama says racial progress made but more needed
  106. What We Can Learn From “Black Wall Street”
  107. Black Time Travel
  108. New York destroyed a village full of African-American landowners to create Central Park
  109. Tunis G. Campbell
  110. First Lady Michelle Obama Speaks At Tuskegee Commencement
  111. The Black Man I Most Admire
  112. Robert Smalls
  113. Blacks in the Confederate Army
  114. Misty Copeland makes history as first black female principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre
  115. The 4th of July and the Negro
  116. Soooooul Train
  117. Our Oldest Living Veteran
  118. Civil Rights Activist Julian Bond Dies at 75
  119. Judge Jasmine Twitty
  120. Moss Store Murders: The Tragedy That Inspired Ida B. Well’s Anti Lynching Crusade
  121. 150 Years of Freedom
  122. Dr. Frances Cress Welsing Dead at 80
  123. The Whitney Plantation
  124. 7 Facts About African Women and the Upkeep of Their Hair During Slavery
  125. 9 Successful Vineyards And Wineries Owned By Blacks That You Need To Know
  126. 10 Games and Toys That Black Slave Children Used When Growing Up
  127. 13 Appalling Images of Europeans Putting Africans in ‘Human Zoos’
  128. 5 Facts About the First Black-Owned Hospital in the United States
  129. 8 of the Biggest Myths Propagated About Black American History
  130. Perserverance & Dignity Personified
  131. The Story Behind Strange Fruit
  132. Help 5th Graders Elect the Man Who Changed the Face of the NFL to the Hall of Fame!
  133. Treasury Decides To Put Harriet Tubman On $20 Bill
  134. Come Out Fighting....the 761st Black Panthers
  135. Amazing photographs of Harlem during the summer of 1970
  136. Allah B Discusses The History Of The Nation Of Gods & Earths On TheCipherShow
  137. All The Way "Passing the Civil Rights Act" - A blessing or a curse
  138. weed and a movie?
  139. Muhammad Ali And Malcolm X: A Broken Friendship, An Enduring Legacy
  140. Georgetown University confronts its history with slavery
  141. The Black War: Tazmanian Aboriginals
  142. The Lost Cause
  143. After Slavery, Searching For Loved Ones In Wanted Ads
  144. Nathan "Nearest" Green
  145. The Rape of Recy Taylor
  146. The Green Book
  147. Strong Inside
  148. Lerone Bennett Jr., historian and former executive editor of Ebony magazine, dies