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You Dont Have To Hurt No More - Various - S.I.N. Salutes Black History Month Vol. 2 (CD)

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  1. Jul 13,  · They Said: "Being black in America, you have to know how to take punches from cops, the government and white society," Z-Ro said to Vibe. "That's what it means to be black.
  2. But just as Black history is more than a month, so too are the numerous events and figures that are often overlooked during it. What follows is a list of some of those “lesser known” moments.
  3. May 16,  · But we get right back to the obvious issue, whites don’t have any beauty magazines dedicated exclusively to their race. Blacks do. Whites don’t get the White Entertainment Network. Blacks do. In fact, Asians don’t get the Asian Entertainment Network either, so all you racists can just fuck off. Stop being so damn shallow. 5.
  4. Mar 15,  · Black History is American History. This piece cites many amazing African Americans who's contribution to our nation often go unrecognized. This video is brought to you .
  5. Happy Black History Month! In honor of this great month, here are 27 amazingly powerful quotes from eloquent black writers: "The impatient idealist says: 'Give me a place to stand and I shall move the earth.'.
  6. In honor of Black History Month that starts in February , we rounded up inspiring quotes from African-American civil rights icons including Martin Luther King Jr., Frederick Douglass and W.
  7. Black History: 10 Lesser Known Facts that will Shock you 1. West Africans were wearing bling as early as AD. Sources mention that when the Emperor of Ghana gave an audience to the people, he sat in a pavilion surrounded by horses caparisoned in “golden cloths.” Behind the Emperor would be ten pages with shields and gold mounted swords.
  8. African-Americans have a very unique, but sad ancestral history. For a lot of us, much of our cultural background is unknown. We have no idea what part of Africa we’re from or what tribe we originated from. All we know is that our skin is a certain shade of brown and we ended up in the United States. This shared history makes us all African.

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