Black History month Black History….Month? Why do they think that giving us a month in the year will wash away the pain As if the blood stains washed away from the time we were in chains Like they didn’t use to castrate us, and hang us, and beat us in the street like it
Black women, you are too ratchet and classless…go educate yourselves. These are the thoughts that come across our minds when we think of Black queens. Too angry, difficult to deal with. unappreciative of a man, miserable, unattractive. We asked them to hold themselves to higher standards. And they became the most educated demographic in the
Yesterday was the anniversary of the signing of the 13th amendment. 153 years have passed since the day the slaves were free from the clutches of the South. Or were they? When the thirteenth amendment was passed there was a simple clause added that goes as follows:
As Black history Month lights our worlds on the horizon, we take another day out of our lives to peer into the archives of our predecessors. In this, we witness the greatness they birthed out of the blood, sweat and tears they produced. This is Today, in black History… January 31st. Jackie Robinson, The
Arguably one of the greatest layers of all time. a legendary work ethic. a drive matched by no one in his time. The fervor to win only seen by his predecessor Michael Jordan. dozens of epic performances, 5 NBA championships. 2 finals MVPs, 1 league MVP, multiple scoring titles, 60 point games, 81 point game.
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.