• Patrick Knight
    Pedro Albizu Campos (September 12, 1891 – April 21, 1965) was an attorney and politician.

    He was born in a sector of Barrio Machuelo Abajo in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Albizu Campos graduated from Ponce High School. In 1912, he was awarded a...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Yarrow Mamout (1736 – January 19, 1823) was a literate, enslaved Fulani Muslim. He was taken to Annapolis, Maryland, from West Africa in 1752 at age 16 on the slave ship Elijah. His native tongue was Fulani, and he later learned Arabic and English....  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Rochelle Ballantyne (born August 30, 1995) is an American chess player.

    Raised in New York City, Ballantyne learned to play chess through the Chess-in-the-Schools (CIS) program at PS 139 in Brooklyn. She continued with CIS in Middle School - she...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    James Hemings (1765–1801) was an African-American chef.

    Born in Virginia into slavery to Betty Hemings, he was an older brother of Sally Hemings. James was the second of Betty’s six children by her enslaver John Wayles, who took her as a...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Selma Hortense Burke (December 31, 1900 – August 29, 1995) was an American sculptor and a member of the Harlem Renaissance movement.

    She was born in Mooresville, North Carolina, the seventh of 10 children of Reverend Neil and Mary Elizabeth...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Gloria Jean Watkins (September 25, 1952 – December 15, 2021), better known by her pen name bell hooks, was an American author, professor, feminist, and social activist. The name "bell hooks" is borrowed from her maternal...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Sir Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton (born January 7, 1985) is a British racing driver.

    Hamilton was born in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England. Hamilton's parents separated when he was two, after which he lived with his mother and older half-sisters,...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Cornrows or canerows are a traditional African style of braids in which the hair is braided very close to the scalp, using an underhand, upward motion to make a continuous, raised row. Cornrows are often done in simple, straight lines, as the term...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Romare Bearden (September 2, 1911 – March 12, 1988) was an African-American artist, author, and songwriter. He worked with many types of media including cartoons, oils, and collages.

    Bearden was born in Charlotte, North Carolina. Bearden's...  more
  • Patrick Knight
    Edson Arantes do Nascimento (born October 23, 1940) is a Brazilian former professional footballer who played as a forward. Regarded as one of the greatest players of all time and labelled "the greatest" by FIFA, he was among the most successful...  more
  • Rory Duncan
    Dedicated to the beloved ancestors, may they be pleased with my efforts, and to all Skinfolk, wherever they may find themselves in the diaspora. ASÈ‼️

    Looking for rappers and singers with talent to collaborate. Hit me...  more
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    Dedicated to the beloved ancestors, may they be pleased with my efforts, and to all Skinfolk, wherever they may find themselves in the diaspora. ASE!!
  • Star Oromia
    As I mentioned in my previous post, when yt terrorists got tired of throwing baseballs at the heads of Black children for fun they moved on to a new game

    The beloved carnival game "Dunk Tank" started off as "The African Dip" aka "Chocolate Drop" aka...  more
  • Star Oromia
    "African Dodger" aka "Hit the ni**er baby" aka "Hit the c**n"
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    This was a carnival "gAmE" played in the USA between 1880 - 1950

    An African American man or usually CHILD would poke their head out through a canvas curtain and would have to dodge items...  more
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      Isom Harris Damn
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      Isom Harris Damn
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    πŸ—£EVEN OUR CHILDREN ARENT SAFE IN THEIR SPACES!!!
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    13 year old Christopher Kapessa lived in Wales with his mother, Alina Joseph, and siblings

    His mother stated they were the only black family in the neighbourhood and were often racially bullied and...  more
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      El Mayor Pinero 🀬😑🀬😑
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      QeShawna Granados Whose possessors slay them, and hold themselves not guilty. That's Bible.
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      Dot Robinson  😑😑😒😭 SMGDH View 1 Reply
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      Bastet Sekhmet RA Trust and believe the killer cannot sleep well at night because he has an unwanted visitor. He will be haunted the rest of his life. View 1 Reply
  • If you want to learn about world history, modern history, even human history, there is NO history, period, without Black people. Despite this obvious fact, there is a concerted effort to scrape the Black off #BlackHistory to spare the feelings of...  more
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    *π’π„π“π“πˆππ† 𝐓𝐇𝐄 π‘π„π‚πŽπ‘πƒ π’π“π‘π€πˆπ†π‡π“*
    𝐅𝐀𝐂𝐓 π‚π‡π„π‚πŠ #𝟏𝟎:
    Urban legend suggests that the word 'picnic' is derived from the racist terminology of "pic-a-nig" or...  more