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Black History Forms A Mighty Family Tree

AFRICANGLOBE - Every February, the nation celebrates Black History Month, but when I think about the resilience of black people in this country over the centuries, I feel compelled to celebrate that history 12 months a year.

Lets Keep Black History Month Black – The Gantt Report

AFRICANGLOBE - Coming soon to your state, your city and your neighborhoods are the Black History Month speakers that are recommended by the oppressors, endorsed by the exploiters and suggested by the people that want to capitalize on and control the Black community! Can I prove it? YES! Just keep on reading.

10 Great Myths Of American History Dismantled

AFRICANGLOBE - Is Ancient America nothing more than the missing pages of Black history? Perhaps so! New documented insights are being brought forward by Dr. David Imhotep Ph.D., former nutritionist of Muhammad Ali, and author of "The First Americans Were Africans: Documented Evidence."

Slavery Is Having A Hollywood Moment. What About The Rest Of...

AFRICANGLOBE - In the absence of popular films about other aspects of Black history, a steady diet of movies about slavery could reduce the larger subject—the long-term oppression and resistance of Black Americans—to its most horrendous era. Such an unbalanced focus threatens to present slavery as the central drama of African-American history.

The Mis-Education of Americans On Black History

AFRICANGLOBE - Today as we strive to shed light on the glories of African-American history and accomplishments in America, we need a revised version of Carter G. Woodson's classic entitled, “The Mis-education of Americans,” which would not only deal with bias based on skin color, but on the inaccurate history projected in public schools and universities throughout the United States.

Black History 365 Days a Year

AFRICANGLOBE - We have come to the end of Black History Month and for it to symbolize two historically momentous occasions; the 150th and 50th anniversaries of the emancipation proclamation and March on Washington there seemed to be very little media fanfare. While some of us devote considerable attention to the celebration of our history on a regular basis, this shows in particular with the little know Black history fact, many of us don’t make it a priority at all.

Michelle Obama Not Our First Black First Lady? 10 Fascinating Things...

AFRICANGLOBE - Jackie O, perhaps America's most emulated and admired First Lady, descended from a family known as the van Salee's, who were described as "mulatto" in the 17th century. This family traced its lineage in part to a Dutch mariner named Jan Jensen, who turned Turk (what some Europeans called "going native"), which was more popular than common history reveals.

The Gun Debate: Don’t Let Them Rewrite Black History

AFRICANGLOBE - Rush Limbaugh thinks John Lewis should have been armed. “If a lot of African-Americans back in the ’60s had guns and the legal right to use them for self-defense, you think they would have needed Selma?”

Black History Dies in Neglected Southern Cemeteries

AFRICANGLOBE - The chain-link fence slices through the Hamilton City Cemetery, splitting it into two clearly defined sections. On one side are beautiful, grassy vistas with well-tended plots where rest some of the city's White citizens. On the other are hundreds of abandoned, overgrown graves, some thought to contain the remains of enslaved African-Americans.

Coonery & Buffoonery: Objective of Demonizing Black People

During this deep recession, and true to 400 years of Black history, we have a group of African American Black-haters and poverty pimps running...