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Black people did not "come to this country seeking a better life." They were kidnapped from their homes in Africa, dragged in chains and loaded onto slave ships--treated not like human beings but like things, commodities to be traded and used to enrich others. Tens of millions of enslaved Africans died before even reaching America, so terrible were the conditions on the slave ships. Those who survived the trip and were then sold to plantation owners were

“Black people did not "come to this country seeking a better life.” They were kidnapped from their homes in Africa, dragged in chains and loaded onto slave ships–treated not like human beings but like things, commodities to be traded and used to.

Available for purchase  Close Noir Black and White Minimalist Abstract Art Painting Face People Relationships Love

Close Noir Black and White Minimalist Abstract Art Painting Face People Relationships Love. So beautiful with only a simple line against a black background. This is close to my style of work with only a few lines to form the human figure.

Black People in the Bible | Celebrating Dark Black People | Page 38 | Black People Meet | African ...

Green is one of my favorite colors. The bright green head wrap and her flawless skin make this photo fab!

Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson, the first black woman to earn a doctorate from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in nuclear physics.

Shirley Ann Jackson is the first black woman to earn a doctorate from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in nuclear physics. She is now the president of RPI.

The black Victorians: astonishing portraits unseen for 120 years From the African Choir posing like Vogue models to an Abyssinian prince adopted by an explorer, a new exhibition spotlights the first black people ever photographed in Britain Hidden histories: the first black people photographed in Britain – in pictures via The Guardian

The black Victorians: astonishing portraits unseen for 120 years

Member of the African Choir, London Stereoscopic Company, Photograph: Courtesy of © Hulton Archive/Getty Images black Victorians: Astonishing portraits unseen for 120 years

BLACK HISTORY IS MORE THAN JUST A MONTH. 

DEDICATED TO AND CELEBRATING, THE PEOPLE, NUMEROUS...

The original man? An interesting debate into the earliest Europeans. I would imagine that this argument may also be made for early Asians.

Venerable Pierre Toussaint, born a slave, he was freed and became a wealthy businessman. He turned his New York City home into a shelter for orphans, a hostel for priests and poor travellers, and a source of help for any who needed it.

New York; Venerable Pierre Toussaint, born a slave, he was freed and became a wealthy businessman. He turned his New York City home into a shelter for orphans, a hostel for priests and poor travellers, and a source of help for any who needed it.

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