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Edna Lewis (b.1916 - d.2006) was an African-American chef and author best known for her books on traditional Southern cuisine. She was one of eight children. Her cookbooks include The Edna Lewis Cookbook (1972). This was followed by The Taste of Country Cooking in 1976, considered a classic study of Southern cooking. She co-founded the Society for the Revival and Preservation of Southern Food, a precursor to the Southern Foodways Alliance (SFA). She died in Decatur, Georgia in 2006, aged 89.

Tracey's Mother - Edna Lewis - was an African-American chef and author best known for her books on traditional Southern cuisine. Her cookbooks include The Edna Lewis Cookbook She died in Decatur, Georgia in aged

Mozart was a Moor! This is what Mozart actually looks like. The image was found in a radio station in Belgium. The Moors (so-called 'Black' people) brought Classical Music to Europe. Not only that but when you read the REAL bios of him, he’s described as having brown skin, “negroid features” (broad, wide nose, etc) and wiry hair.

Is this is what Mozart actually looks like? Was his mother and Moor? The image was found in a radio station in Belgium. Fact - the Moors (Black people) brought Classical Music to Europe.

Decades Before Oprah, Della Reese was the First Black Woman to Host a Talk Show…

Decades Before Oprah, Della Reese was the First Black Woman to Host a Talk Show

She’s absolutely #gorgeous #blackqueen #naturalhairrocks #wcw #blackhistory

She’s absolutely #gorgeous #blackqueen #naturalhairrocks #wcw #blackhistory

Today, October 12th, we celebrate the life and times of Ann Petry (October 12, 1908 – April 28, 1997); an African American author who became the first black woman writer with book sales topping a million copies for her novel The Street.

Today, October we celebrate the life and times of Ann Petry (October 1908 – April an African American author who became the first black woman writer with book sales topping a million copies for her novel The Street.

Back when police were known as salve catchers there was a mandate for all white people to participate in the capture of blacks at anytime. That's why you'll see random white people help police officers today.

White Cop Grabs Black Tween by Her Neck

Video: White Cop Grabs Black Tween by Her Neck—And Slams Her Against His Squad Car

Linda Denley World Black Belt

Linda Denley World Black Belt

A woman named Abby Fisher, a former slave from South Carolina, is the author of the first published African American cookbook. Born in 1832, Abby Fisher was freed after the Civil War. After she and her family moved to San Francisco, she entered her food in cooking competitions. Her recipes, especially pickles, jellies and preserves, would become an instant success with friends and the upper class. She would be known around town as “Mrs. Abby Fisher, Pickle Manufacturer.”

A woman named Abby Fisher, a former slave from South Carolina, is the author of the first published African American cookbook. Born in 1832, Abby Fisher was freed after the Civil War. After she and her family moved to San Francisco, she entered her food in cooking competitions. Her recipes, especially pickles, jellies and preserves, would become an instant success with friends and the upper class. She would be known around town as “Mrs. Abby Fisher, Pickle Manufacturer.”

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