My Black History Is Knowing My Mother Africa and Her Descendants Throughout the Diaspora

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This post was inspired by a Nayyirah Waheed poem, “African American II,” from her book “Salt.” In the 1400s, Europeans first arrived to my Mother Africa’s house. My Mother Africa’s house was, and still is, rich and full of treasures like gold, diamonds, copper, aluminum, petroleum and many other resources. People who […]

Racial CrossFit Exercise for Black History Month: Study White Racism

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If you teach the Negro that he has accomplished as much good as any other race he will aspire to equality and justice without regard to race. Such an effort would upset the program of the oppressor in Africa and America. Play up before the Negro, then, his crimes and […]

To My Brilliant Black Daughters, Nobody Can Take Away Your History

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To my beautiful, brilliant Black daughters, I have so many hopes and dreams for you, that if I tried to say them all, they would run longer than the entire Harry Potter series! My hopes for you, my two beautiful Black girls, are so simple and yet also entirely grandiose. […]

#MyBlackHistory Does Not Begin With Slavery. It Starts in Africa.

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To commemorate Black History Month, Education Post is featuring stories from parents, students and educators that connect past to present in the continued fight for better schools for Black communities using #MyBlackHistory.   One of my dreams as a child was to know what part of Africa my family was […]