• Esme Forbes
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    #black wealth#black family#black power#black knowledge#black unity#african#amerikka#african american#black history#knowledge
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    • Esme Forbes
      Kordea Walker True N'Deed, They wanted Us Lytbeing/Black to pull ourselves up by our bootstraps, but we Lytbeings had No boots. Without boots their are No bootstraps..... Free your mind and your ass will Follow.....
      • Apr 10
    • Esme Forbes
      Joan Koromante FACTS %! These Neanderthal mutants have no shame! They're demonic creatures who cosplay HUEmaness!
      • Apr 10
  • "While there has been controversy over the years, the inspiration [for Betty Boop] has been traced back to Esther Jones who was known as “Baby Esther” and performed regularly in the Cotton Club during the 1920s."
    #BLACKANDPROUD...  more
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    • Nicole Bracey
      Dominique Capadose The manipulation, falsification and destroyment is real ✊🏾 but the truth shall set you free
  • Javiyan X
    They say there are two main reasons why people are afraid to step out of themselves or make a change in their lives: 1) the fear of the difficulty that comes with it. &/or 2) the fear of OSTRACISM (fear of being left out , excluded, laughed, etc)...  more
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    They say there are two main reasons why people are afraid to step out of themselves or make a change in their lives: 1) the fear of the difficulty that comes with it. &/or 2) the fear of OSTRACISM (fear of being left out , excluded, laughed, etc)
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    • Javiyan X
      Jalila  Bobb-Semple Absolutely 🙌🏽 I literally just said this on the radio station KROV-FM Friday ❤️
      • Mar 28
  • Isaac Woodard Jr

    He was declined the use of a toilet in S. C. when he returned from the war, defending jews from hitler, in his uniform, he could not use the toilet!! February 12, 1946 – Isaac Woodard Jr., African American World War 2 veteran...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Cicely Tyson (December 19, 1924 – January 28, 2021) was an actress and fashion model. In a career which spanned more than seven decades, she became known for her portrayal of strong African-American women.

    She was born in East Harlem on...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    The Golden Thirteen were the thirteen African American enlisted men who became the first African American commissioned and warrant officers in the United States Navy.

    Throughout the history of the United States until the end of World War I, the Navy had...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Marshall Walter "Major" Taylor (November 26, 1878 – June 21, 1932) was a professional cyclist. He was born in Indianapolis and was one of eight children in the family that included five girls and three boys. Around 1887, his father began...  more
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  • Patrick Knight
    Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (ΑΚ&Alpha is the first intercollegiate historically African American Greek-lettered sorority. The sorority was founded on January 15, 1908, at the historically Black Howard University in Washington, D.C., by a group of...  more
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    • Patrick Knight
      Tha Warrior Prince African men brother because they saw what the outfits were doing in 1906 and did their own same thing
      • Feb 25
  • wanda x
    “Hitler didn’t snub me, it was our President who snubbed me. (Franklin D. Roosevelt) The president didn’t even send a telegram.” Jesse Owens after winning four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, Germany. FDR invited each...  more
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    • wanda x
      Ascending Infinite Goddess Oh how soon they forget
      • Feb 24
  • Patrick Knight
    Mamie "Peanut" Johnson (September 27, 1935 – December 18, 2017) was a perfusion baseball player. She was one of three women, and the first female pitcher, to play in the Negro leagues.

    Johnson was born Mamie Belton in Ridgeway, South...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Fort Mose Historic State Park is a U.S. National Historic Landmark located two miles north of St. Augustine, Florida. The fort has also been called Fort Moosa or Fort Mossa, variants of the Spanish pronunciation.

    As early as 1689, the colonial...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    George Edwin Taylor (August 4, 1857 – December 23, 1925) was a journalist, activist, and politician.

    Taylor was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. His parents were Amanda Hines, a free Black, and Nathan Taylor, who was enslaved. According to the law...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Willis Reed Jr. (born June 25, 1942) is an American retired basketball player, coach and general manager. He spent his entire professional playing career (1964–1974) with the New York Knicks.

    Reed was born in Dubach, Louisiana within Lincoln...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are institutions of higher education in the United States that were established before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with the intention of primarily serving the African-American community. Most of these...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Abby Phillip (born November 25, 1988) is an American journalist who works as a political correspondent and weekend anchor for CNN.

    Phillip is of Afro-Trinidadian descent. She was born in Bowie, Maryland to June Phillip, now a realtor, and Carlos...  more