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The Journal of African American History, formerly The Journal of Negro History, was founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson on January 1, 1916. Since then, the Journal has evolved into the leading scholarly source on African American life and history. Now, in its 97th volume, The Journal of African American History explores "African Americans and Movements for Reparations: Past, Present, and Future," and the articles and reviews shed new light on past activities and point to new directions.

The Journal of African American History, formerly The Journal of Negro History, was founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson on January 1, 1916. Since then, the Journal has evolved into the leading scholarly source on African American life and history. Now, in its 97th volume, The Journal of African American History explores "African Americans and Movements for Reparations: Past, Present, and Future," and the articles and reviews shed new light on past activities and point to new directions.

Enslaved women often had their fertility examined by owners to make sure they were able to birth as many children as possible. Secretly, slaveowners would impregnate enslaved women and when the child was born and grew to an age where he could work on the fields, they would take the "very same c

Enslaved women often had their fertility examined by owners to make sure they were able to birth as many children as possible. Secretly, slaveowners would impregnate enslaved women and when the child was born and grew to an age where he could work on the fields, they would take the "very same c

Edomites | AWAKENING THE ELECT: THE BIBLE WAS NOT WRITTEN BY WHITE PEOPLE

Edomites | AWAKENING THE ELECT: THE BIBLE WAS NOT WRITTEN BY WHITE PEOPLE

Black Stars, African American Inventors But I will teach this along with ALL inventors from all colors so my kids never see color, just men and women.

Black Stars, African American Inventors But I will teach this along with ALL inventors from all colors so my kids never see color, just men and women.

History of the African Slave Trade in America Infographic

History of the African Slave Trade in America Infographic

Black inventors

Black inventors

My latest read...thanks to my mother for gifting such an empowering book! The book is from eary 1900's yet the issue is still relavant today.

My latest read...thanks to my mother for gifting such an empowering book! The book is from eary 1900's yet the issue is still relavant today.

Charles S L Baker - Inventor

Charles S L Baker - Inventor

Top 10 Funniest Border Collections

Top 10 Funniest Border Collections

1001 Things Everyone Should Know About African American History

1001 Things Everyone Should Know About African American History

Max Robinson (right) was the 1st African American network TV news anchor in the history of American television. The story of how the lives of Reginald F. Lewis and Max Robinson came together, as young men, is revealed on page 140 of "Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice: http://www.amazon.com/Lin-Hart/e/B00A15DISU/?ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0 Apple: http://www.apple.com/apps/ibooks/

Max Robinson (right) was the 1st African American network TV news anchor in the history of American television. The story of how the lives of Reginald F. Lewis and Max Robinson came together, as young men, is revealed on page 140 of "Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice: http://www.amazon.com/Lin-Hart/e/B00A15DISU/?ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0 Apple: http://www.apple.com/apps/ibooks/

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Celia, A Slave, Trial (1855) For nineteen-year-old Celia, a Slave on a Missouri farm, five years of being repeatedly raped by her middle-aged owner was enough.  On the night of June 23, 1855, she would later tell a reporter, "the Devil got into me" and she fatally clubbed her master as he approached her in her cabin.  The murder trial of the slave Celia, raised questions about the rights of Slaves to fight back against the worst of Slavery's abuses.  Celia died on the gallows Dec. 21, 1855.

Celia, A Slave, Trial (1855) For nineteen-year-old Celia, a Slave on a Missouri farm, five years of being repeatedly raped by her middle-aged owner was enough. On the night of June 23, 1855, she would later tell a reporter, "the Devil got into me" and she fatally clubbed her master as he approached her in her cabin. The murder trial of the slave Celia, raised questions about the rights of Slaves to fight back against the worst of Slavery's abuses. Celia died on the gallows Dec. 21, 1855.

Anthony Bowen purchased his own freedom from slavery in Maryland and founded the first YMCA chapter for Kemet in 1853. Bowen was an abolitionist and advised President Lincoln to enlist Kemet troops to fight in the civil war. He was also the first Kemet to work in the US Patent Office.

Anthony Bowen purchased his own freedom from slavery in Maryland and founded the first YMCA chapter for Kemet in 1853. Bowen was an abolitionist and advised President Lincoln to enlist Kemet troops to fight in the civil war. He was also the first Kemet to work in the US Patent Office.

One of the most suppressed and hidden stories of African and African American history is the story of the 1811 Slave Revolt. Over 500 Africans, from 50 different nations with 50 different languages, would wage a fight against U.S. troops and the territorial militias. The revolt was put down by Jan. 11. The leaders were captured, placed on trial and later executed. Their heads were cut off and placed on spikes that stretched over 60 miles.

One of the most suppressed and hidden stories of African and African American history is the story of the 1811 Slave Revolt. Over 500 Africans, from 50 different nations with 50 different languages, would wage a fight against U.S. troops and the territorial militias. The revolt was put down by Jan. 11. The leaders were captured, placed on trial and later executed. Their heads were cut off and placed on spikes that stretched over 60 miles.

Hardcover - Meet African american women of science and invention from the early years to modern Times Patricia Bath, M.D. Miriam E. Benjamin Ursula Burns Alexa Canady, M.D. Jewel Plummer Cobb, Ph.D. E

Black Stars - African American Women Scientists and Inventors

Hardcover - Meet African american women of science and invention from the early years to modern Times Patricia Bath, M.D. Miriam E. Benjamin Ursula Burns Alexa Canady, M.D. Jewel Plummer Cobb, Ph.D. E