Understanding The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade; How it’s mistaught in schools – Michael Imhotep

Michael Imhotep discusses a recent study from the Southern Poverty Law Center called “Teaching Hard History American Slavery” which documents

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Black History Month: Burundian community in Sudbury share stories, culture

Francois Nzotungwanimana is a local engineer and the driving force behind the raising of the Burundian flag on Sudbury’s Bridge

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Juneteenth Celebrates end of Slavery – Atlanta, June 15th-17th, 2018 – Michael Imhotep

Michael Imhotep discusses the history of Juneteenth (June 19th, 1865) which celebrates the end of Slavery in Galveston, Texas and

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NOI Waxahachie Study Group Travels To Meet With The Men Of The Black Community | Brother Ben X Vlogs

Today’s Vlog features brothers from Nation of Islam Waxahachie Study Group traveling to a men’s meeting to get training on

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Against the Odds: the Story of Raye Montague

Growing up in segregated Little Rock, Arkansas, Raye Montague faced the hurdles of being African American, female, and having a

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Booker T. Washington and His Racial Politics – Fast Facts | History

Born a slave, Booker T. Washington became one of the most celebrated educators and orators in the world. Find out

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Little Known Black History Facts Feb. 1

The story of Claudette Colvin Music credit to JordanVandy303 https://youtu.be/P5vRPu5iz2g.

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Homosexuality In Kemet? Forgotten BLACK HISTORY Facts…

A look at a few forgotten, but no less important, Black/African historical facts as told by historian, Ashra Kwesi. Was

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