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anos 70:grupos americanos soul music : - Pesquisa Google

anos 70:grupos americanos soul music : - Pesquisa Google

50 books every african american should read (really, everyone should read). via huffpost.

50 Books That Every African American Should Read

Phenomenal work of art by Thomas Blackshear entitled "Preparing to Sound the Alarm"

Preparing to Sound the Alarm

United States c. 1940.A stylish African American couple playing 78 rpm records on a record player. Source: Vintage African American Photography

United States c. 1940.A stylish African American couple playing 78 rpm records on a record player. Source: Vintage African American Photography

Nation Built on Slavery & Racism

Slavery made America wealthy, and racist policies since have blocked African American wealth-building. Can we calculate the economic damage?

Built by s: African American Architecture and Neighborhoods in Richmond

Richmond's vast and varied collection of architecture provides an archive of African American history. Author Selden Richardson explains how iconic symbols of old Richmond and the generations of black

Creepy short stories by a young African American author.

Your First Glimpse of a New Voice in African American Horror, Chesya Burke

Chesya Burke is winning lots of buzz for her poetic short stories, which deal with race and weirdness in the heart of small town America. And now we've got an exclusive excerpt from her new story collection, Let's Play White.

African American Slave Medicine: Herbal and Non-Herbal Treatments

African American Slave Medicine: Herbal and non-Herbal Treatments by Herbert C. Covey, would love to read this as I have collected some remedies from an African Nova Scotian community near my home.

An eye-opening truth about long hair which may surprise you... <- What that f.....

An eye-opening truth about long hair which may surprise you.(not me-the only time Native Americans cut their hair-in my family anyway-is when someone close to them dies)

Shirley Chisholm was the first African American female member of Congress, then first African American candidate for President.

About Their Business: 7 Black Female Politicians Who Made History

Shirley Chisholm- she became the first African-American woman elected to Congress. On January she became the first major-party black candidate for President of the United States and the first woman to run for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Sounds intriguing though for some reason don't like stuff based in the South. But we shall see.

Queen Sugar, by Natalie Baszile. (Pamela Dorman Books, A mother-daughter story of reinvention-about an African American woman who unexpectedly inherits a sugarcane farm in Louisiana.

Like Mother Like Daughter Though there are warlocks-sons of witches born-ALL witches desire daughters to continue their matriarchal lineages and grow the covens.

i realize how much you physically not being here hurts.There's no such thing as distance with our unbreakable love ♥ Nothing like a Mother's Love

some ideas for the elementary music room for black history month / african american history

In the Music Room: Black History Month Ideas

The Challenges of Using Airbnb With an ‘African American-Sounding’ Name - The Atlantic

The Challenges of Using Airbnb With an ‘African American-Sounding’ Name

Rental requests from “Anne Murphy” went through 56 percent of the time; the rate for “Latonya Robinson” was only 35 percent.

Shirley Chisholm by Hugh Gaddy - BLACK SOUNDS on SoundCloud

Shirley Chisholm by Hugh Gaddy - BLACK SOUNDS on SoundCloud

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