History

Black History Why?

Why is there a Black History Month? I believe America uses it as another form of segregation in disguise....

Feb 14 · >

Black History Another Look

         During my elementary school education, I was taught George Washington was the father of my country. However,...

Feb 8 · >

Black History

        All too often when it comes to Black history, we hear about Rosa Parks not...

Feb 6 · >

Thanksgiving Day

     I’ve been told that Thanksgiving Day is the day the pilgrims and the Native Americans broke bread in...

Nov 26 · >

The Constitution’s Role in Slavery (Article 1, Section 9: Clause 1) |

Clause 1. The Migration or Importation of such Persons as any of the States now existing shall think proper...

Dec 18 · >

Partus Sequitur Ventrem: The Rule That Perpetrated Slavery and Legalized Rape

“That which is brought forth follows the belly (womb)” This was the legal doctrine that made any child of...

Oct 5 · >

What do Terre Haute Prisoners, Tuskegee Sharecroppers, and Guatemalans Have in Common? The US Government Gave Them Venereal Disease.

It started in Tuskegee, Alabama. The US Public Health Service (PHS) began a study on 600 black sharecroppers in...

Sep 14 · >

Who Owned The Most Slaves? The Answer Will Surprise You.

I’ve been through Aiken, SC and never given it a thought. Aiken is in western South Carolina where you’ll...

Aug 31 · >

That Time White Slaveowners Got Reparations While Slaves Didn’t Get 40 Acres and a Mule

“It is time for us to simply realize that … when it comes to the economic gap between blacks...

Aug 2 · >