June & Jennifer Gibbons were born April 11,1963 and grew up in Wales. They became the subject of books as "The Silent Twins" due to their choice to communicate only with each other, in their own language. They wrote brilliant works of fiction but were convicted of arson, and were committed to Broadmoor Hospital for 11 years. Prior to their release in 1993, they informed the CEO that Jennifer would have to die, "to allow June to be free." On that very day, Jennifer died suddenly at aged 29.
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Although slavery started in the United States in 1619, the first black child born into slavery wasn't born until 1624. His name was William Tucker, and he was named after his master, a sea captain. Tucker was the child of Anthony and Isabella, who are speculated to be two of the first 20 slaves brought on a Dutch ship to the Jamestown Colony. Together they formed the first African-American family.
Mansa Musa, either the grandson or the grandnephew of Sundiata, the founder of his dynasty, came to the throne in 1307. In the 17th year of his reign (1324), he set out on his famous pilgrimage to Mecca. It was this pilgrimage that awakened the world to the stupendous wealth of Mali. Cairo and Mecca received this royal personage, whose glittering procession, in the superlatives employed by Arab chroniclers, almost put Africa's sun to shame.
Native Americans, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians and Jews all supported the Confederacy...America's last best chance! “The American people, North and South, went into the [Civil] war as citizens of their respective states, they came out as subjects … what they thus lost they have never gotten back.” – H.L. Mencken, journalist If you don’t think it’s true, you’re not paying attention… ~Robert~ Photo: Reunion of Native American Confederates