A reminder of the greatness of the melanated people…Today we honor the brothers and sisters who have accomplished great feats we never heard of. Lost within the confides of history we consistently forget who we are and what we created because it is washed in the archives of time. This is Today, In Black history….
Often forgotten in the pages of history in America, Black people have held significant parts of the American story. today we honor some of their accomplishments as we take a trip back in time to remember some of the most significant persons in our pasts and kindle the spark of life within all of us.
Often buried within the confides of American history, Black history shines bright lights upon a country that has darkened a pivotal portion of its conception, growth, development, advancement, and elevation. This happens to be the Black people. so often our failures and dim moments are highlighted in media. So often our greatest accomplishments are presented
As a people we are consistently forgotten under the foundation of this country. year after year American history is made by some man or woman of African decent. And over and over again it disappears into the deep crevices of the American archives. in this day and age, As a people our confidence is lost
January 10th, 1888. On this day, A.B. Blackburn patented the railway signal. A signal is a mechanical or electrical device placed by the side of a railway designed to light up and direct train engine drivers. We as a people, must remember our history, a history often displaced in the archives of American history.
Today in Black History… We honor Amiri Baraka. An American Poet, Writer, teacher, and political activist, born as Everett Leroy Jones on October 7, 1934 in Newark New Jersey. An Alumnus of Rutgers, Howard, and Columbia University, Joining the air force for three years between Howard and Columbia. He studied at the New School for
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