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Thomas I Jennings, and American hero. Listen and learn!...

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Elizabeth Jennings Civil Rights Pioneer

August 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Are you familiar with this Civil Rights story? Listen in and learn!...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS We all know about the 70’s classic, “What’s Happening,” and you won’t believe where they are now. In the show, Raj, Dwayne and Rerun are three young, black and working class young...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS James Brown is one of the greater musicians of our generation and his music, as well as his entertainment style, have continued to live on long after his passing on Christmas Day...

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Little House on the Prairie was a television show whose theme took place in the 19th century right after the Civil War. In this brief clip, a young Black character played by Todd Bridges ask...

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The show Sanford and Son was way before its time.  In this brief clip, the show’s main character Fred Sanford ask a white cop what does he have against Black drivers.  He also raise some other...

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In this brief clip, a young intellectual explains how Africans fought back while enslaved on various Caribbean Islands. As he states, “Don’t let Europeans tell you that they ended transatlantic slavery. Europeans murdered enough Africans to...

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A lot of Americans are not educated on the atrocities of slavery.  We don’t often know just how bad slavery was, or how much we are still impacted by it.  Instead, slavery is taught as...

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Negro Spirituals were deeply rooted in slavery.  As a result, many other genre’s of music like, blues, country, and even r&b were born out of it. Here is a brief documentary talking about the songs...

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William Thomas, also known as Buckwheat from the popular television show Little Rascals, was loved by millions of Americans.  In this brief clip, we learn more about Buckwheat, and the brief life he lived after...

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