June 19, 1865…A day that lives in infamy among many of us. To re-quote from last year’s article: But we
Want Black Men Back in the Black Church?
Hey people! We got a little behind schedule on this article the same way certain officials and slave owners were
Over the years, we’ve written about the problem of why sistas don’t have a much larger share of the Black
Pursuitist Headlines wrote up a nice article about how winemaker Woodford Reserve is honoring African American horse jockeys with their
How have you used Black History Month to benefit you? It’s always great to learn from the good an tragic
Should Black History Month 2021 be treated like all the other recent years, where we keep it moving without assessing
So to those dummies who keep saying “slavery was a long time ago, get over it and desire to succeed,” you fail to comprehend this extreme, devastating destructive policy. What happened in the 1921 Black Wall Street Tulsa case, where the state government “promised” reparations but deliberately made sure the clock ran out via the statute of limitations, is a perfect example of what ALL of us have had to endure. We never got financially restored, and when some of us were able to overcome these great obstacles in the late 1870s through the early 1920s, here came both the government and private corporate interests masquerading as the KKK to do many acts of ethnic cleansing of our forefathers that forced them to flee their properties or get killed. The bloody ethnic cleansing terrorist acts of 1919 are a perfect example of that.
A Loving Tribute to My Late Mother and All Moms…
A Wonderful Mother, Nurse and Writer Was the Spirit of Family
In this video, both Ice Cube and the host Phil Scott bring up two things about the sad state of