Tags » African History

A Reality of Slavery

Slavery here in the United States was not as a pretty picture as you see here. A white child was using one of the African’s, who were used as a slave, in order to ride like a  horse.

Black Lives Matter

Hannibal of Carthage

Hannibal of Carthage may be the greatest military commander. I respect the courage that he had as he lead his people through many battles. He lived between 247 B.C.- 183 B.C. 32 more words

Auburn University Montgomery

John MacBride and Maud Gonne's Irish-American Tour: Fundraising for the Second Boer War

Find my previous post on Maud Gonne here.

In November 1900, Maud Gonne and Arthur Griffith, the two main organizers of the Irish Transvaal Society, heard the surprising news that John MacBride had returned from the Transvaal.  1,537 more words

United States

SO WHO WROTE PROVERBS- KING JAMES VERSION- THE OLD TESTAMENT?

READ THE FOLLOWING AND I HAVE NO DOUBT THAT YOU WILL CONCLUDE THAT “BORROWING” BY THE HEBREW RABBINICAL SCRIBES TOOK PLACE IN THE WRITING OF WHAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE “THE TEACHINGS OF KINGSOLOMON (961 B.C. 939 more words

Queen of Spies? The fascinating life of Daphne Park

A new book by author Paddy Hayes lifts the lid on some of the hidden aspects of the life of Daphne Park (1921-2010), who was born in Surrey and became arguably one of Britain’s most successful female spies in the post-1945 period. 947 more words

Public History

Remembering and forgetting

The United Nations set aside March 25 as the day to Remember Slavery around the world. The UN’s approach is: “Remember the victims.” I don’t think of the enslaved African ancestors as victims, even though they were victims in legal terms. 1,373 more words

Back to Africa.Happy Africa.

Our ancestors were playing musical instrument …. we are joyful people !!!

Allgemein