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The Memphis sanitation strike, 1968

For Black History Month we have created a short video history of the strike of African-American refuse workers in Memphis, during which Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated, and which began exactly 50 years ago this month . 43 more words


Ko Show Black Facts Of History- Les Brown

I listen to motivational speakers all the time and Les brown happens to be one of my favorite speakers. He tells it like it is and he pokes fun at his short comings to let you know that YOU are possible too. 39 more words


Know Your History

Beneath The Surface Publishing would like to introduce you to Reverend Richard Allen, born in the year 1760 and departed in the year 1831. In 1816, Rev. 21 more words


From the Southside of Chicago to the White House: OBAMA

Hello World.

Today in Black History, lets talk about the 44th President of the United States of America.  Excuse me, the FIRST BLACK President of the United States of America. 332 more words


The Slocum Massacre

Good Morning Everyone! I have another Black History story to share with you. Are you ready? Let’s go!

The Slocum Massacre is one of the most tragic events in American history. 387 more words