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Fifty-year-old Nancy Moses died this date, April 18th, in 1849 and was buried at Bethel Burying Ground

Nancy Moses, 50 years old, died this date, April 18th, in 1849 of “disease of the Lungs” and was buried at Bethel Burying Ground. Ms. Moses lived with her husband, Ezekiel, next to Bethel Burying Ground on Cobb Street (now Lawrence Street). 133 more words

African American Burial Grounds

Aaron's Major League Debut

Milwaukee Braves’ rookie outfielder Henry Aaron made his Major League debut on April 13, 1954 at Crosley Field in the season home opening game for the Cincinnati Reds. 232 more words

African American History

America, the Beautiful: Deamanding Confirmation

America, the Beautiful

The expression, “America the Beautiful”, imitates a very abstract, and most certainly, an obscure vision of what our America portrays herself to be. 853 more words

Brothers And Sisters

Voting rights Act of 1965

A recent report proves that repeat crowdfunding reaps returns for entrepreneurs.
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Black History

Deli Owner Hangs White Pride Sign In Window, Promptly Goes Out Of Business

Suprisingly  Boggess doesn’t seem to realize that 365 days a year  European and American History is being taught in our schools.  Black folks get a month in most states (none in some).   511 more words

Black History Month

Excerpt from The ebook African Americans Aint' Africans...

The people who the world refers to as “African Americans” are no such monster. “African American” is a label or term used in the generational identity switch, used to trick the “African American” masses out of the gains earlier generations had made.!