Today…In black History

A history often wisped away in the sands of time…Black history has long been overshadowed by American history and archived for eyes to not look at. Here, in this post, we look into black history and mine out the records to learn more of the African people


This is….Today…In Black History


November 14th


Photo added by John “J-Cat” Griffith

On this date in 1934, William Levi Dawson composed The Negro folk Symphony, first to be performed by a major orchestra.


On this day in 1915, Booker T. Washington passed away. Booker T. was an infamous black educator and figure in the black community.



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