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Massacre on this day …………. of March 1840 On this day in the Whyte brothers, who had arrived in the western district of Victoria, in were involved in the mass…

One of the first African-American film stars: Nina Mae McKinney

Nina Mae Mckinney-Dubbed "The Black Garbo" in Europe because of her striking beauty,McKinney was one of the first African-American film stars in the United States, as well as one of the first African Americans to appear on British television.

4,388 Likes, 86 Comments - TheBlackManCan, Inc. (@theblackmancan) on Instagram: “#theblackmancan #hiphoped #sciencegenius #king #gza #wutang #blackexcellence #blackbrillance…”

4,388 Likes, 86 Comments - TheBlackManCan, Inc. (@theblackmancan) on Instagram: “#theblackmancan #hiphoped #sciencegenius #king #gza #wutang #blackexcellence #blackbrillance…”

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Whites wipe out tasmanians including William Lanne then make a cartoon to giggle at!

“ eternalfratboy: “ bobbsayshi: “ I looked it up just to be sure and this shit is Fr y'all The Tasmanian people had a dialect and way of life that was different from other Aborigines. The British killed the men and women of the.

people should read about this man just to know this stuff for themselves and stop waiting for the school system of your hometown to provide you with this information.

Leopold II of Belgium - massacred and maimed million Africans to control African diamond & gold resources. This is focus of Tarzan movie.

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Prince Nicolau, Kingdom of Kongo

Prince Nicolau, Kingdom of Kongo Dom Nicolau, prince of Kongo (c. is perhaps the earliest African leader who wrote publicly to protest colonial influences. “ Nicolau, or Nicolas, protested.

Thomas Johnson–born into slavery in the United States in 1836, emancipated in the wake of the Civil War, and author of Twenty-Eight Years a Slave (1909)–displays some of the whips, shackles and restraints used to control and discipline slaves both in the U.S. and the Caribbean.

Antigua’s Disputed Slave Conspiracy of 1736

*THOMAS JOHNSON~born into slavery in the United States in in the wake of the Civil War+author of Twenty-Eight Years a Slave some of the whips, shackles+restraints used to control+discipline slaves both in the U.+the Caribbean.

Josephine Baker Aided the French Resistance and Received Medal of Honor. She was awarded two other medals for her bravery.

Montford Point Marines: Forgotten First Black Marines: Josephine Baker Aided the French and Received Medal of Honor

Twice the Work of Free Labor: The Political Economy of Convict Labor in the New South (Haymarket Series), http://www.amazon.com/dp/1859840868/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awdm_fd3yxb9H4DFTE

Twice the Work of Free Labor: The Political Economy of Convict Labor in the New South (Haymarket Series), http://www.amazon.com/dp/1859840868/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awdm_fd3yxb9H4DFTE

Carl Maxie Brashear was the first African American to become a U.S. Navy Master Diver, rising to the position in 1970.  Service/branch	United States Navy Years of service	1948-1979

Carl Maxie Brashear (January 1931 – July was a United States Navy sailor. He was the first African American to become a U. Navy Master Diver, rising to the position in 1970 despite also having an amputated left leg.

As long as you remain in the chain of enslavement you will be praised by your enslaver. Revolt and you'll be called names.

Today in Black History, 9/22/2013 - James Wormley Jones was the first African American special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation on November 19, 1919. For more info, check out today's notes!

James Wormley Jones (September 1884 – December was an African-American policeman, World War I veteran, and FBI agent. Jones is most widely known for being the first African-American FBI special agent.

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