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4/20 in rememberance of Harriet Tubman. 

Those that do indulge in the 4/20 debotchery, and those who just love American history, let’s us all take the time to remember that it was April 20th, 1853 when Harriet Tubman began her remarkable, and selfless work with the Underground Railroad. 24 more words


Monday Open Thread | Sidney Poitier Week

Hello Everyone! This week 3 Chics is featuring the life and works of Sir Sidney Poitier. Mr. Poitier is a man of dignity, grace, a man of enormous courage and conviction, who in my opinion, never sold out to Hollywood. 1,511 more words


No matter how things change, they still stay the same

Gent had been right at least about one thing. Blacks should be used to play whites. For centuries we had probed their faces, the angles of their bodies, the sounds of their voices and even their odors.

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What happens to a dream deferred?

Does it dry up
like a raisin in the sun?
Or fester like a sore– … 351 more words

The Blackwoman In America

They Came Before Columbus

The PBS series “Finding Your Roots” is all about uncovering the ancestry of the show’s celebrity guests. But according to a hacked Sony email, one guest requested to have his family tree censored. 30 more words

Black History

Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Leader Preacher Congressman

Brooklyn Flavors is a natural skincare line owned by entrepreneur, Sophia Sylvester.
Entrepreneur Takes Brooklyn-Bred Scents to the Next LevelRead more…

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