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Unveiling the Legacy of Cheik Anta Diop: Architect of African Civilization

" Historic awareness is the cement which brings a people together."

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Embracing the Essence of Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Culture and Unity

Embracing the Essence of Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Culture and Unity

What is Kwanzaa?

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Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage

"If you know that I have a history, you will respect me."~Black Indian Student

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Unveiling African History: A Journey through African Glory

"The thesis that Africa is what Western European missionaries, traders, technicians and administrators have made it is comforting to Western Europeans, but invalid. "

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African American History Standards

The beneficiaries of slavery were those in power, not the ones who suffered under its weight.

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Outstanding Black Women in Engineering: Spotlight on Yvonne Clark

"The important thing to remember is that you have to make your own openings. You also have to discern which problems are yours and which problems belong to the other person. Don't wear another person's problems."

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The Diary of Malcolm X

The Diary of Malcolm X

There is no greater serenity of mind than when one can shut the hectic noise and pace of the materialistic outside world, & seek inner peace within oneself.~Malcolm X

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Sustainability & Climate Change in Africa

Sustainability consists of fulfilling the needs of current generations without compromising the needs of future generations, while ensuring a balance between economic growth, environmental care and social well-being.

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Viola Desmond-The Rosa Parks of Canada

"Well behaved women seldom make history."

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They Came Before Columbus: The Mandingo Traders of Medieval Mexico

We observe the fusion of two forces, tradition and newness, to produce the Aztec empire. This fusion was accelerated by the arrival of a series of cultured immigrants who brought with them ancient knowledge. The most interesting are those whom the chronicles name Those Who Returned.~Ignacio Bernal, Mexico before Cortez

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A Different Black History

To attempt a presentation of Negro history , or indeed of African/and or black history, in so small a volume is to undertake an impossible task, yet it is a task that must be attempted. J.C. DeGraft-Johnson

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Historians Connect Awarded EchoInnovation Grant

“Teamwork makes the dream work.”

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Reparations: The Big Payback

1 in 6 Caucasian people support reparations

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Tupac Shakur: Wake Me When I’m Free

I’m not saying I’m going to rule the world or I’m going to change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world ~Tupac Shakur

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Malcolm X-The journey from the hood to the holy city of Mecca

“ I think that the pilgrimage to Mecca broadened my scope probably more in twelve days than my previous experience during my thirty-nine years on this earth.”

~Malcom X, the Barry Gray Show July 11, 1964

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The African Sheep Trading Story

“Stories are the accounts of past events in someone’s life or in the evolution of something.”

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The Sociomathematics of Africa

"Every culture has contributed to math just as it has contributed to literature.  It’s a universal language; numbers belong to everyone."

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Black Inventors Spotlight: Inventions in America Railroad System Vol I

The greatest inventors are unknown to us. Someone invented the wheel, but who?

~Isaac Asimov

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Top Reasons to Learn Black History

Black History is American History

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The Speeches of Malcolm X at Harvard

"I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment."

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