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White Supremacy, Trump And The American Dream

Trump could not genuinely condemn the violence of white supremacy in Charlottesville. He is a product of white supremacy. Trump and white supremacy is the manifestation of the American Dream.

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Black History Month Celebrating Dr Georgia Patton

Black History Month is male dominated with women in the background. So to redress the balance a little, I will be sharing the stories of black women.  This blog is dedicated, Georgia Patton. Synopsis Georgia E. Lee Patton was born a slave in Tennessee on 15 April 1864. She earned her degree in 1893 at…

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Black History Month A Testimonial For Black Peoples

England has been celebrating Black History Month (BHM) for 29 years.  It was a GLC project led by Akyaaba Sebbo in 1987. However, it is adopted from America where it was initiated by the black historian Carter G Woodson. It began life as Negro History Week (1926). What started as a week of black history…

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Arts, Exhibitions & Events

Round up of this week’s ‘must do’ arts, exhibitions and events. Black Panther Woman Bernie Grant Arts Centre 18 March 2016 To mark the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party for Self Defence (1966 – 2016), Black History Studies presents a series of screenings that look at the role of women in the Black Panther…

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Jamaica Hidden History Exhibition

Support “The Jamaica Hidden Histories project is about all those pages that have been ripped out regarding our cultural heritage. It’s about all the stories that have been told and not always documented, and the documents that have been written and not always read. It is about the many archives, films, photographs and artefacts, relating…

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