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Fred Hampton
(August 30, 1948 - December 4, 1969) Fred Hampton was an active leader in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), leading their Youth Council of the organization’s West Suburban Branch. Hampton joined the Chicago chapter of...
African in America Icon - Mary Elizabeth Bowser

The Greatest of Our People Can Not be Denied

Mary Elizabeth Bowser was a former slave who operated as a spy for the Union while working on the household staff at the Confederate White House. 
African in America Icon - Susie King Taylor

The Greatest of Our People Can Not be Denied

Under the worse conditions imaginable Susie King Taylor went from a plantation in Georgia to be the first Black Army nurse in the Union Army during the Civil War.

African in America Icon - Robert Smalls

The Greatest of Our People Can Not be Denied

Under the worse conditions imaginable Robert Smalls went from a plantation in South Carolina to the US Congress in Washington DC.

Black History Month: The Great Return

Make & Celebrate Black History Every Day!

Remember our History DID NOT begin with slavery or colonialization, we are the Original People, the Chosen People that created all aspects of civilization, religions, sciences, philosophies, and etc. We lived in harmony with God & Nature and our fellow humans as One since the dawn of time. We will return to our higher being to show and prove that Creator exist!!  RETURN TO YOUR GOD-SELF!!!

 

Join Us in Celebrating Black Love on February 13th!!

Since 1993, Black Love Day on February 13th is a nationally commemorated African-American Holiday observance of atonement, reconciliation, celebration and demonstration of Black Love through 5 Tenets or Acts of Love for our Self, Creator, Family, Community and Race.