The Rosewood Massacre: How a lie destroyed a black town

The Rosewood massacre.the result of rape accusations made by a white woman against a black man, which led to violent riots and the murder of many black Americans in January,

Black Wall Street, Little Africa, Tulsa, Oklahoma (full version).  As could have been expected, the impetus behind it all was the infamous Ku Klux Klan, working in consort with Ranking City Officials and many other Sympathizers. The Night's Carnage left some 3,000 African Americans Dead and over 600 Successful Businesses Lost.  Among these were 21 Churches, 21 Restaurants, 30 Grocery Stores and 2 Movie Theaters, plus A Hospital, A Bank, a Post Office, Libraries, Schools, Law Offices…

Black Wall Street, Little Africa, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1921 (full version) Jealousy knows no bounds!

Black history fact, at around 711 C.E. ( A.D. ) , the African Moors, introduced the common bath to Europeans. They also introduced the use of undergarments and linen wear.

Black history fact, at around 711 C. ) , the African Moors, introduced the common bath to Europeans. They also introduced the use of undergarments and linen wear.

Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

So first you get slave number known as social security numbers which guarantee your life as tax slave then.

Anthony Bowen purchased his own freedom from slavery in Maryland and founded the…

Anthony Bowen, who purchased his own freedom from slavery in Maryland, founded the first YMCA chapter for Black Americans in This was one of the first organizations for Black Americans. Bowen was an abolitionist and advised President Lincoln to.

Our Heritage Magazine Cover - Late Summer Online 2012 Edition. "Black Wall Street" original cover sketch by Ronney Stevens. Edition includes articles on "Black Wall Street": Greenwood, Oklahoma 1921 Tulsa Race Riot; Harley-Davidson Museum Tribute to Black Riding Culture; Black Confederates: Slave or Soldier?; African Diaspora; PTSD:There is Hope; NABVETS Welcomes New Chapter based in San Antonio; Crabs in a Barrel: A Look at African American  Business Culture and Practices & many more…

Our Heritage Magazine Cover - Late Summer Online 2012 Edition. "Black Wall Street" original cover sketch by Ronney Stevens. Edition includes articles on "Black Wall Street": Greenwood, Oklahoma 1921 Tulsa Race Riot; Harley-Davidson Museum Tribute to Black Riding Culture; Black Confederates: Slave or Soldier?; African Diaspora; PTSD:There is Hope; NABVETS Welcomes New Chapter based in San Antonio; Crabs in a Barrel: A Look at African American Business Culture and Practices & many more…

10 Thriving Black Towns You Didn’t Learn About in History Class - Like The Town Destroyed to Make Way for Central Park: Seneca Village, N.Y. — Seneca Village was founded in 1825, when Epiphany Davis and Andrew Williams became the first African-Americans to buy land in the area. Trustees of the AME Zion Church then purchased eight plots of land close by. By 1829, nine homes had been built. …

Early settlers of North Brentwood, Maryland. Photo courtesy of Prince Georges African-American Museum and Cultural Center at North Brentwood.

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