NEZ PERCE MOTHER AND DAUGHTER , circa 1900

circa 1900 Unidentified Nez Perce woman, wearing shawl and holding beaded cornhusk bag, holds child wearing fur coat and bonnet.

Children born to black soldiers and German women during the period after World War I came to be known as the "Rhineland Bastards." They were considered a threat to the purity of the German "race." According to the U.S. Holocaust...

Mixed Experience History Month: Rhineland "Bastards" of Nazi Germany

The Holocaust’s forgotten black victims – the ‘Rhineland Bastards’ (Article) Black people are not getting a fair trial in Cobb County Georgia. Evil vile red neck police illegally stop innocent black people by the precinct Cobb County white police

Lepi Ka'awn (Aka Two Dawns, Aka James McConville), Hiyuumye' (Aka John Moses) - Nez Perce - circa 1920

Lepi Ka'awn (Aka Two Dawns, Aka James McConville), Hiyuumye' (Aka John Moses) - Nez Perce - circa 1920

“To counter the negative images of African Americans in the late 19th century, W.E.B. Du Bois displayed portraits of middle-class blacks at the Paris Exposition of 1900.” (http://www.theroot.com/multimedia/web-du-bois-paris-album)

“To counter the negative images of African Americans in the late century, W. Du Bois displayed portraits of middle-class blacks at the Paris Exposition of - The Root: The Talented Tenth in Pictures. Love the photo in the upper left.

Buffalo Soldier in the   9th Cavalry, 1890

Buffalo Soldier in the Cavalry, 1890 That's a horse. Heard buffalo soldier, read more about buffalo soldiers, saw this picture and thought of this sub!

Vertus Wellborn was born March 9, 1922- June 1, 2007. Mr. Vertus was a victim of US Government Human Radiation Experiment at 5 years old, which left him with painful skull deformation. He lived his life covering his skull for over 80 years, not only did he forgive them, he outlived them as well.

Historically experiments have always been carried out on African Americans with little or no regards to ethics

FAMILY MAN [1915] ---  Toby James with his daughters Myrtha, Edna and Mauranee. Lincoln, Nebraska, circa 1915.  #blackhistory

FAMILY MAN Toby James and his children Myrtha, Edna and Mauranee. (John Johnson / Courtesy Douglas Keister / NMAAHC, SI) Photos from: “Lost and Found Again: Photos of African-Americans on the.

Native American Children at the

Native American Children at the

Alone

Bull Shoes Children, two small indian girls. 1910 by Edward S. Curtis loose hair, one wearing buckskin dress decorated with elks' teeth, one wearing beaded cloth dress.

Pinterest
Search