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These flash cards will change your life. Developed by the team of experts at Your Black World, the Melanated Moguls flash cards allow you and your family to educate your own children on black historical...

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Why are the cops so eager to shoot African Americans, but so quick to give second chances to affluent white men? Some think that this phenomenon is new, and nation-wide protests have erupted as a...

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Our beloved Dick Gregory spits knowledge. How much of this did you know?...

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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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If you thought the art of break-dancing was created in the 1980’s think again. Here is a rare video of Black people dancing in the 1940’s– and the moves are the same moves break dancers...

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Documentary: The Untold Story of Emmett Till

December 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

We will never forget the tragic story of Emmett Till, a young boy who was viciously murdered by two racist white men. Till’s death marked the beginning of the civil rights movement and also called...

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Notice how many black people were willing to fight back against white oppression in this video. Also, notice how hard whites worked to control the behavior and mobility of African Americans....

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Here is a blast from the past. Legendary entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. was a great comedian.  Over the years, many people have famously imitated Davis, as he had a unique style. In this brief clip,...

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Before Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, a great black man by the name of Harry T. Moore stood and viciously fought for the freedom and humanity of Black people. Harry T. Moore was...

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We recently posted a video with Della Reese talking about the abuse she suffered the hands of ex-husband and the reason why she stayed. Being part of Black Hollywood, it’s no surprise that Ms. Reese...

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