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LetsGetIntoIt. Love my black people #blackexcellence ✊🏾 #BlackHistoryMonth #KeepDoinU #LoveYourBlackness . 🧚🏾‍♂️
Hold my hand, Lord...Hold my hand...Hold my hand, Lord...Hold my hand...While I'm on this tedious journey..I want JESUS to walk with me. #blackandeducated #buildinglegacy #liveonpurpose #blackmen #educated #educatedblackman #blackhistorymonth #spirituals #hymns #tbt #music #sing
Lara Harris shares her family history and their remarkable journey during this year’s #BlackHistoryMonth . She enjoyed the process of researching and learning about her family’s incredible contributions and impact they made in American history. Enjoy learning about Lara’s #HistoryInMotion #BHM #BHM2019 #FamilyHistory #Inspiration
Well, my classroom may have more books than our library, but I’m okay with that! We share books with our students every single day, but these three new additions to our library celebrate and bring even more diversity to our shelves. Since I’ve started teaching, a majority of my students have been white, but I promise you that our picture books are not, and I am so excited to bring these special books to my students. #booksforkids #ittakesallofus #bookstagram #books #bookshelf #celebratediversity #diversechildrensbooks #diversebooksforkids #diversebooksmatter #diversereads #weneeddiversebooks #thirdgrade #fourthgrade #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory365 #blackhistory
In honor of #blackhistorymonth Here's an interesting read about Black Barbershops. On an episode of the Kojo Nnamdi Show titled “The History of Black Barbershops,” Mr. Nnamdi says: Used to be that you could get a shave and a haircut for two bits, and for that price you got more than a trim and a fresh face. You also got a place to air your opinions, connect with neighbors, and a way of supporting a local business. An experience both tangible and intangible and of value in any community but perhaps especially so in African American barbershops. Barbershops have been a cornerstone in the African American community for decades. Around 1854, San Francisco was home to 16 black-owned barber shops. During the 1860’s, a former slave, Peter Briggs, effectively monopolized the barber shop market in Los Angeles on his own. Barbering was a source of wealth for those who catered to the higher-end clientele. Barbershop ownership was the path to affluence for the black man. One out of every eight black men considered to be wealthy owned a barber shop, with a net worth exceeding $2,000 (equivalent to around $55,000) With mounting, growing competition from German and Italian immigrants, African Americans provided top quality service coupled with a first class experience, winning the business of white patrons. As a profession, barbering quickly elevated in status. Black barbers, with their artisan touch, won the market, cementing their role in society. Barbershops drew their strength and influence from the African-American communities in which they operated. Their commitment to one another fostered spaces of trust and self-expression, giving birth to the barbershop culture today. #love #positivegoodcuts #Positivegoodfellas #barber #barbers #barbershop #barbershops #barberia #barbershopconnect #barberlife #barberlove #barbering #barberinc
A day late never stopped me before! Please RSVP today and join us in Westchester for this much-anticipated annual event. #Trailblazers #Westchester #BlackHistoryMonth #service
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Created as Bluefield Colored Institute by the legislature on February 21, 1895, #BluefieldStateCollege was the result of the demographic transformation produced by the industrialization of southern West Virginia. Thousands of African-Americans moved into mining and railroad jobs in Mercer, McDowell, Raleigh, and Fayette counties in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Republican politicians successfully courted their vote by promising prompt attention to issues such as higher education for black West Virginians. The school was situated on four acres in Bluefield, the largest city in the coalfields, within 100 miles of 70 percent of the Mountain State’s black population. Storer College of Harpers Ferry supplied part of the first faculty to Bluefield, including Professor Hamilton Hatter, an African-American graduate of Bates College, who became the first administrator or principal. School officially began in January 1897 with 40 students. Read more at e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia Link in bio. #BlackHistoryMonth
Well, my classroom may have more books than our library, but I’m okay with that! We share books with our students every single day, but these three new additions to our library celebrate and bring even more diversity to our shelves. Since I’ve started teaching, a majority of my students have been white, but I promise you that our picture books are not, and I am so excited to bring these special books to my students. #booksforkids #ittakesallofus #bookstagram #books #bookshelf #celebratediversity #diversechildrensbooks #diversebooksforkids #diversebooksmatter #diversereads #weneeddiversebooks #thirdgrade #fourthgrade #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory365 #blackhistory
“Now I think it’s one of the most useless questions an adult can ask a child—What do you want to be when you grow up? As if growing up is finite. As if at some point you become something and that’s the end.” #blackhistorymonth
54 years ago, another voice for the voiceless was gunned down 🌹 Not everyone’s views on how to achieve equality and prosperity for individuals are the same, but any step in a positive direction is the right direction. RIP Malcolm X 🙏 . . . . . . . . . #MalcolmX #X #RIP #RestInPeace #RestInPower #Equality #BHM #BlackHistory #BlackHistoryMonth #1965 #Positivity #CivilRights #Justice #History
Just like every great empire that rose to maximum power and ruled the earth but ultimately FELL(such as Romans, Greeks, etc) AMERICA will be no different and the White Man KNOWS he has but little time! This is why America is Disrespecting us Each and EVERY last day. They have short time left to enjoy their kingdom before its DESTROYED, ACCORDING TO THE BIBLE‼️ Fortunately for us, God always sends out his prophets to warn the people of an upcoming destruction. Before the flood God sent out Noah to warn the people, Before the Destruction of Egypt God sent Moses, God sent Jonah to warn the people of Nineveh, and in AMERICA God have sent out the PROPHETS IN THE ISUPK TO WARN YOU !! It’s best you click the link in the bio and find the nearest school in your area and take HEED TO WHAT WE SPEAK IN ORDER TO SAVE YOUR LIFE‼️ CLICK MY STORY TO SEE THAT ALL THE PROPHETS OF THE BIBLE ARE BLACK HISPANICS AND NATIVE INDIAN MEN, NOT WHITE PEOPLE !!!! . #BlackHistoryMonth #Gucci #BlackFace #Sweater #Prada #Jacket #Burberry #Noose #Newspaper #KKK #BlackMan #Lynched #2019 #MAGA #Trump #America #Enemy #Racist #Wall #Sleep #WakeUp #WW3 #RaceWars #Prophets #BLACK #HISPANIC #NATIVEINDIAN #ISRAELITES #ISUPK #HomeOfTheTRUTH
My big bro @ha quangrand latest project is on the way “EyeZ on the PriZe” he has been working super hard on this and you already know that it’s gonna be super dope his project releases next week stay tuned #Roe #J1K #JaquanGrand #blacklivesmatter #blackhistorymonth #blackpower #Vath 🌊 #Createthe 🌊 #jersey #blue #mlk #mlkday #hueyknew #Createthe 🌊
On Thursday of last week, our Legislative Black Caucus members presented our daily Black History Month vignette on lynching in Kentucky based on information from the Equal Justice Initiative. EJI has documented 169 African American victims of racial terror lynching killed in Kentucky. The racial terror and acts of barbaric violence that took place in Kentucky are among the worst in the United States. Racial terror lynchings took place in over 20 states, in both rural and more urban settlements. State officials did very little to curb the white mob violence that menaced so many African Americans, and sometimes officials were even complicit and actively involved in committing acts of racial terror. During the era of racial terror lynchings in Kentucky, more than 4,000 African Americans were lynched under accusations of serious and non-serious crimes, social violations, and even for being successful business or landowners in their communities. African Americans often faced hostile suspicion and presumptions of guilt after crimes or social offenses were alleged, and whites’ allegations against Black people were rarely subject to serious scrutiny. To justify arrests or seizures, law enforcement, and even mob participants, often subjected Black people to beatings, torture, and threats of lynching to procure alleged confessions, often made under extreme pain and fear. Sympathetic white newspapers would then report these ‘confessions’ as justifications for the lynching; but without fair investigation or trial, victims of racial terror lynching carried the presumption of innocence with them to their deaths. Nearly all documented lynching victims accused of crimes never had a chance to stand trial for their alleged offenses, and fewer than 1% of lynching victims were killed by white mobs that faced prosecution and legal repercussion for the lynching. EJI does not suggest that its database is inclusive of every victim of racial terror lynching. Rather, their records reflect documented victims of racial terror lynching. #blackhistorymonth #history #kentucky #race #lynchings
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Well, my classroom may have more books than our library, but I’m okay with that! We share books with our students every single day, but these three new additions to our library celebrate and bring even more diversity to our shelves. Since I’ve started teaching, a majority of my students have been white, but I promise you that our picture books are not, and I am so excited to bring these special books to my students. #booksforkids #ittakesallofus #bookstagram #books #bookshelf #celebratediversity #diversechildrensbooks #diversebooksforkids #diversebooksmatter #diversereads #weneeddiversebooks #thirdgrade #fourthgrade #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory365 #blackhistory
Food for thought, Black Knowledge is wealth #PoweredbySlick &Shine #BlackHistoryMonth
Should’ve waited till March, for my capsule to drop. Would’ve saved you money and from making so many 44 bombers. @barackobama you still look fly #blackdesigners #blackhistorymonth This is why the Vitesse(@la.vtesse ) account is private and I didnt accept anybody request. I have a sample bomber, that I was waiting to produce, now i can’t do it The placing is so off that’s why I feel a way, Obama looking fly this was a moment
At least I got to spend a few hours with Ryan. We stayed up all night in anticipation of my boarding a 5 a.m. bus to come home. That bus (which happened to fill up with about 20 people that were just released from prison) never made it to the train station in Harrisburg. I have a wild story to tell our children one day -- that time Mommy got stranded in the snow in a bumble fuck college town, and was forced to stay in the dirtiest motel PA has to offer, and so she played about 20 rounds of Uno with a random truck driver to pass the time. #blackhistorymonth
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Today I had the opportunity to visit Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthplace and childhood home in Atlanta. Walking through the museum and standing outside his home was a reminder of how great of a man he was. It was inspiring to see where he came from and be reminded of all he did for our country. #MLK #blackhistorymonth #wheninatlanta #childhoodhome #checkitout #atlanta #GA #travelmore #learnmore
Today seems like an apt day to post my #currentread I'm only a little way in yet, but I can easily say it is one of the best and most inspiring books I have ever encountered #amreading #malcolmx #autobiographyofmalcolmx #autobiography #inspiring #blackhistorymonth #ummah
Just a heads up, Colin Kaepernick won a settlement against the NFL. Just in case you were blinded by all this Jesse Smallet stuff 🤷🏽‍♂️. #BlackHistoryMonth
What you think about.......what if my problems STEMMED from past issues I couldn’t LEAVE?” - I NEED EVERYONE TO TAG @tsu_surf 3x 🙏🏽 #WhatIfSurfChallenge 🌊 ________________________________________ #hiphop #hiphopmusic #rap #rapmusic #freestyle #freestylerap #rapper #consciousrap #lyrical #viral #explorepage #battlerap #independentartist #indiemusic #poetry #unsignedartist #unsignedrapper #defjam #interscope #empire #sony #unsigned #blackhistorymonth #youngblackandgifted #talented
With a week left in #blackhistorymonth , we want to commemorate @winnieharlow and being a fashion trailblazer and we want to thank @tyrabanks for discovering her on Instagram
“You’ve got to learn to leave the table when love’s no longer being served” -Nina Simone ✨ As I dig deeper into my own journey of using self-love and self -care to embrace authenticity I look for inspiration and insight from other women across history. ✨ It’s funny to me when I see a quote or watch a video from a legendary black woman artist, writer, or activist and this person who was alive way before computers and social media is talking about self-confidence, self -love, and self-worth. ✨ For so long these topics have been a means of survival to women especially women of color that we youngsters sometimes think we are reinventing the wheel when in fact we just created recognizable buzz words. ✨ Women like Nina Simone, Maya Angelou, Audre Lorde, Toni Morrison, Alice walker Nikki Giovanni (the list goes on) have been talking about self -love, authenticity, and women empowerment for years. They are the pioneers of this self-love and self care movement because they were forced to carve out space for themself in a world that had even less respect for black women. ✨ I wish I thought of this sooner but for the remainder of Black History Month I will be sharing the words of radical self-love & acceptance from black women before our time. ✨ #blackwomeninhistory #blackwomeninblackhistory #blackhistorymonth #radicalselflove #selflovemovement #blackwomenmatter
We have more power than we give ourselves credit for
Elizabeth Duncan Koontz (June 3, 1919 – January 6, 1989) was a national figure in education, civil rights and the women's movement. She was the first African-American president of the National Education Association and director of the United States Department of Labor Women's Bureau. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistory #BlackHistoryMonth2019
THIS SATURDAY we support Black Businesses. S/o to all the Vendors who will be at WE GOT WORK TO DO Bruncheon & Panel| Feb 23rd 12-4p | Link in @michaeljmuhammad_ bio| Located at @origamiva Special Thank you to all the vendors @justpicdjuices | @kissintell | @sweetkreambakery | @lip.life.love_ | @myshariamor17 | @Mossiahs | @jasassy_hairco #Blackhistorymonth #Forwardpeace #Fortheculutre #VAPanel
Have you ever wondered who invented the sew-in #weave technique?! This is #her ! Her name is Christina Jenkins and she trademarked the "HairWeev" technique in the 1950s! . Happy Black History Month! . #bhm #blackhistorymonthfacts #blackhistorymonth #blackhair #bundles #christinajenkins #delectablehairdesigns #extensions #hair #history #install #installation #longhair #protectivestyles #sewin
Today is the birthday of singer, musician & activist Nina Simone. Mississippi Goddam was banned in the South and quickly became an anthem for the Civil Rights Movement. Here she is live in 1968. Full clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tK4XwBrAZSs #civilrights #blackhistorymonth #history #ninasimone
It’s official 🌟! Much love to @validmagazine. Make sure you go check them out especially their latest issue (Valid Magazine Issue No. 3) featuring meee 🥳 . I thank you so much for the consideration and opportunity! This put some hope back in my world 😭🙏🏾 so grateful! Can’t wait to get my hands on it ✨. . . #model #nyc #nycmodel #fashionmodel #publishedmodel #validmagazine #feature #featuredmodel #commercialmodel #ad #brand #spread #melanin #blackisbeautiful #blackhistorymonth #entrepreneur #brooklyn #business #blackowned #creatives #art #fashion #designers #artist #photographers #musician #magazine #motivation #explore #kiarra
On the 54th anniversary of his murder we remember Malcom X who once said: "Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” What's your favorite quote by #MalcomX ? Art by @ibrahima_mamba_guirassy . . . #blackhistorymonth #bhm #blacklivesmatter #history #america #blackexcellence
Granny told us to tune into Ellen today to watch Justin play drums again. We say him last week on a Facebook video. Mason: screaming, "He looks like me!!" Thank you got your talent!! Saw you today on @theellenshow ❤ 4yr old Baby Boy Drummer Justin A. Wilson II @babyboydrummer 🤗🤗🤗🤗 #brownboys #blackboyjoy #brownboyjoy #theyarewatching #blackhistorymonth
Nothing like going to bed with this work of #art as guardian angel. Our dear Lamin Dibba creates warm scenes using colours in a way only he can. #xultures #art #oneinamillion #painting #tribal #blackhistorymonth #craft #handmade #homedecor #deko
In celebrating Paul Robeson we know that if he was here today he would want to make sure that we spend a lot of our focusing on all of the other geniuses that he came up with. One of those geniuses for sure enough is Contralto Marian Anderson the great opera artist of the 20th century. Marian Anderson became an important figure in the struggle for black artists to overcome racial prejudice in the United States during the mid-twentieth century. In 1939, the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) refused permission for Anderson to sing to an integrated audience in Constitution Hall. The incident placed Anderson into the spotlight of the international community on a level unusual for a classical musician. With the aid of First Lady #EleanorRoosevelt and her husband Franklin D. Roosevelt, Anderson performed a critically acclaimed open-air concert on Easter Sunday, April 9, 1939, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. She sang before a crowd of more than 75,000 people and a radio audience in the millions. Anderson continued to break barriers for black artists in the United States, becoming the first black person, American or otherwise, to perform at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City on January 7, 1955. Her performance as Ulrica in Giuseppe #verdi Un ballo in maschera at the Met was the only time she sang an opera role on stage. Paul Robeson met with Marian on numerous occasions including this 1946 dinner in her honor #mariananderson worked for several years as a delegate to the United Nations Human Rights Committee and as a "goodwill ambassadress" for the United States Department of State, giving concerts all over the world. She participated in the #civilrights movement in the 1960s, singing at the #MarchonWashington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963. The recipient of numerous awards and honors, Anderson was awarded the #presidentialmedaloffreedom in #1963 , the Congressional Gold Medal in 1977, the #kennedycenterhonors in #1978 , the #nationalmedalofarts in 1986, and a #Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1991. #paulrobeson #paulrobeson365 #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory365 #racism #opera #operahistory @the.root
TOMORROW NIGHT! Come out and enjoy a night of cultural excellence with the #ArtpocalypseAtlanta team. We’re back live at the @museumofmodernperspective from 7:30-11 for our second annual #BlackHistoryMonth show. Come see 15 of Atlanta’s best visual artists, a live jazz band, drinks, live painting and more! You won’t find a better vibe in the city. 🎥: @marcaaronphotos
Two books donated from SMATAC (S. Townes and S. Johnson) to Ms. Smoak (Librarian) and daughter A. Alexander (teacher) @ West Clayton Elementary School. #tuskegeeuniversity #tuskegee #skegee #reading #elementaryteacher #elementaryschool #books #westclaytonelementary #claytoncoschools #heytuskegee #blackhistorymonth
“There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance next time.” — Malcolm X #neverforget #gonebutnotforgotten #malcolmx #explorepage #blackhistorymonth
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“I’ve always wanted to advocate for those groups in our society marginalized by laws, classism and racism. Some people don’t believe marginalized children can be successful, but yes, they can.” Learn more about Carole Craig, one of several #Indy leaders we’re highlighting for #BlackHistoryMonth in partnership with @inblackexpoinc , at FOX59.com/blackhistorymonth.
Celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth at #MMG with @mz_mae99 “Freedom is never given”
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$50 give away on my page ends Tommorow at 6PM eastern don’t miss out ! But anyway 🤦🏽‍♂️, practice makes perfect..right ? Comment what you think my biggest mistakes are and what I should improve on. Spam building still seems to be the death of me. Comment #TaesABeater for a shout out 🤣 . . . . #fortnite #fortnitememes #shooting #ninjamemes #ninja #xbox #xboxone #xboxmemes #explore #repost #creative #bestconsoleplayer #gamer #gaming #tournament #blackhistorymonth #fortnitememe
My great great grandfather, Nathan Jessie, born an enslaved African in Shubuta, Mississippi, on the McLaughlin Plantation, in 1862. His father was Frank Jessie born in 1834 in Alabama. Frank's parents were born enslaved Africans in South Caroline. Nathan's mother was Agnes Jessie, born in 1841 and sold into slavery in Montgomery, Alabama. My great great grandfather was one of the first African American letter carriers (mail man) in the the state of Alabama and the city of Mobile. He was a federal employee. He was active on the Repulican Party Committee for Mobile (before many African Americans were Democrats). He raised 8 children in Mobile. His third child, Julia Jessie Baker, is my great grandmother. From the stories I have been told from family members that he was a man of prominence and did not appologize for that. You can look at his picture and tell that much about him. The one thing he was very proud of was the fact that he was well-read. He had learned how to read while on the McLaughlin Plantation in Shubuta, Miss. I am proud to be apart of such a great legacy and to hold his legacy high. I keep his picture on my desk just to remind me of the standard he set for himself and his family. I will not do his legacy a disservice. #TheTreeOfJessie #BlackHistoryMonth His children were (in order): Agnes Jessie Nathan Jessie Julia Jessie Marie Jessie Marcus Jessie Joseph Jessie Francis (Fanny) Jessie Louis Jessie
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MEET SPIRIT MACHINES: Pepper Rose (@pepper.rose.slc ) has music in her blood. The daughter of an elite bassist in the highly competitive Gospel circuit, everyone expected her to be a great musician.⁣ ⁣ Even still, she didnt pick up a guitar until 2011, when she attended MIT for chemistry. After getting her masters, Rose returned to Salt Lake City, where she is bootstrapping a brand new chemistry lab at the U of U, with a focus on curing cancer.⁣ ⁣ Breakthrough chemist by day, rockstar by night, Pepper enjoys writing multi-layered lyrics on top of irresistible melodies. Naturally intuitive, she loves channeling the intensity of SM bandmates into narrative rock ballads that somehow are as relatable as they are out of this world.⁣ ⁣ See Pepper and the rest of Spirit Machines in Tuesday, March 5th at the Urban Lounge. Tickets in bio.
Super excited and honored to be starring as the legendary Actress and Singer #EthelWaters in this amazing production based off her life “His Eye is on the sparrow” this spring... 🙌🏾🙏🏾🖤 #Singer #blacktheatre #BlackActress #NashvilleTn #MoreToCome #music #jazz #blues #gospel #theatre #nashvilletheatre #vocalist #blackhistorymonth
Can’t you see I’ve been enjoying .... . . . 📸 @heyits3pled . . ———————————————————————————— #melanin #beautifulgirls #ootd #instagood #insta #instadaily #likeforlikes #followforfollow #photooftheday #photoshoot #smile #uk #nigerian #blackhistorymonth
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