black history

  1. Warren Peace

    Black European History Thread

    As I said in this thread right here, cacs have fukked up world history so much that if you try and point out how things don't make sense you look absolutely crazy. it takes more effort to correct a lie than to live in the truth, and that's how they get away with it. Fair warning. This entire...
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    Nick LaRocca & The Original Dixieland Jazz (Jass) Band (ODJB) Recording Tiger Rag in 1917

    The channel owner claims that Jazz originated with Italians. And that the word Jazz stems from a Sicilian word “jass”. From the channel: “In this episode of Celebrating Culture: Bandleader David Hansen speaks with Charles Marsala about the "Father of Modern Jazz", Sicilian Cornetist &...
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    The Black Buffalo Soldiers Who Biked Across the American West The Black Buffalo Soldiers Who Biked Across the American West In 1897, the 25th Infantry Regiment Bicycle Corps embarked on a 1,900-mile journey from Montana to Missouri David Kindy...
  4. NoirDynosaur

    Black Mexicans: The Other Side of Mexico That's Hidden

  5. DrBanneker

    America's Four Black Boarding Schools

    I have been meaning to write about these for a bit ever since I did my (lately not updated) thread on the best private schools for Black kids. There are four Black boarding schools left in the US down from about 80-100 before World War II. Not all of those were big but there were some famous...
  6. Fill Collins

    Alan Erasmus: the Black co-founder of Factory Records (Joy Division/New Order, Durruti Column, and more post-punk bands)

    We're everywhere :manny: :umad: Factory Records was a very influential label from Manchester, if you're a fan of any 80's music, you've heard at least one band from that label Mr. Erasmus seems to be on some Al...
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    Brehs, Have You Ever Heard Of The Mental Illness Called Drapetomania?

    Also, on the term Vagabond relating to slavery. Salute to my drapetomaniac 4th Great Grandfather who said fukk this and escaped slavery in Georgetown, Maryland (now DC) and proceeded to Canada, where he rose to become Bishop of the Canadian Province of the African Methodist Episcopal Church...
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    Six Triple Eight: The battalion of black women erased from history 12 hours ago World War Two IMAGE SOURCE,US NATIONAL ARCHIVES Major Charity Adams inspecting the first arrivals to the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion By Oprah Flash & Amy Johnston BBC News, West Midlands The story of a...
  9. NoirDynosaur


    On this day in 1958, Jeremiah Reeves, was executed via electric chair by the state of Alabama after police tortured him into giving a false confession as a 16-year-old child.
  10. DrexlersFade

    Is this going to far?Some customers say selling wine has nothing to do with celebrating Black History Month.

    PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — Some customers at a local supermarket say a display meant to celebrate Black History Month is offensive and stereotypical. The display at the Kroger on Peachtree Parkway in Peachtree City features rapper Snoop Dogg and his wine brand, 19 Crimes. After receiving several...
  11. Tair

    Black People in STEM

    Let's start out with 1 of 6 of the first physicists in America to graduate with a PhD from an American university, Dr. Edward Bouchet. "In 1876 Edward Alexander Bouchet made history by becoming the first African American PhD physicist, and the sixth person of any race to receive a PhD in...
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    The Black history you didn’t learn in school is being taught on TikTok[/U] Across the TikTok app, Black creators are posting videos that confront America’s racist past. (Micah Fluellen / Los Angeles Times; Getty Images) BY ARIT JOHNSTAFF WRITER FEB. 27, 2021 7:55 AM PT Put away your...
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    Prodigy. Revolutionary. Legend. - Y'all Checking Out This New Movie About Chevalier?

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    Theodore Aloysius Huxtable with that Fire...

  15. loyola llothta

    African & Black History Archives: Footage from Emmett Till Funeral

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    Tiger Woods is a billionaire. A rising tide does lift all boats.
  17. GatorStaceyAdams

    One of the 4 Black CEOs in the Fortune 500 shares ‘secret’ for success

    Y'all wanna guess what the secret is???:lolbron: :dead:
  18. MostReal

    Showtime Doc - The Evers

    Didn't know anything about this, me and the wife found it scrolling through Black history films. It was very powerful and moving. Really shows why his home is a national monument now. This was a very determined and brave black man. The Evers (2019) | SHOWTIME
  19. MostReal

    Non FBA brehs need to check out the Showtime Doc - The Evers /FBA

    The Evers (2019) | SHOWTIME streams on Hulu and Amazon Prime. Documentary did a great job capturing the intensity and danger FBA's had every single day in the struggle. This ish wasn't a game at all. The freedoms we all enjoy is because brehs like Medgar Evers put their life on the line for...
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    Josephine Baker To Be First Black Woman Buried in Paris’s Pantheon

    Josephine Baker to Be Honored With a Panthéon Burial Ms. Baker will be the first Black woman to be entombed in the Panthéon in Paris, a symbolic move amid racial tensions in France. Josephine Baker, who was born Freda Josephine McDonald in 1906 in St. Louis, in Paris in the...