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afrikanrootz: blackartdepot: I just really wish I knew what she was laughing at because it has to be super funny to get that kind of belly laugh….LOL. Looks like a size 2

The daughter of Queen Ismenie, Makeda, also referred to as the Queen of Sheba, was born in Ophir 1020 BC. Legends about the Queen of Sheba are told throughout Ethipoia and several other middle eastern countries. She is described as a queen who had possessed the gift of ruling with a woman's heart, as well as with a man's head and hands. She is especially remembered for her betrayal of her culture's gods to begin following the Israelites (Jews).

Queen Hatshepsut, meaning Foremost of Noble Ladies was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt. She is generally regarded by Egyptologists as one of the most successful pharaohs, reigning longer than any other woman of an indigenous Egyptian dynasty.

Gordon Parks :: In studies, Children both black and white preferred the white baby over the black baby...attributing positive adjectives to it as well...little brown baby just didn't compare. Times haven't changed much in this regard.

Klansman doing sentry duty near the Klan encampment at Kiles, Ohio. After the Klan targeted the ethically diverse (Irish and Italian) town for an intimidating parade, an anti-Klan organization, the Knights of the Flaming Circle come forward to resist. The result was riot and the arrest of over 100 people. Nov. 1924.

JOHN HOPE (first black president of Morehouse College in Atlanta, was affiliated with Spelman and Atlanta University under his leadership, was a founder of the Niagara Movement, served as YMCA secretary working with black solders in France during and after World War I, member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, his wife founded the Neighborhood Union outreach program in Atlanta)

American History

Did you know that the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense had established their own schools? I would love to know what these babies are doing now..... And if they are loving themselves as they should. I hope so!

Michelle Janine Howard is a United States Navy admiral who currently serves as the 38th Vice Chief of Naval Operations. She was the first African-American woman to achieve three star rank in the U.S. Armed Forces as well as being first woman and African-American woman to achieve the rank of admiral in the Navy. She was the first African-American woman to command a U.S. Navy ship. the USS Rushmore. She is the first African-American and the first female Vice Chief for Naval Operations.

Michelle J. Howard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1st Pharaoh of Egypt/Kemet (Narmer)

Ancient Egypt: The old kingdom to the Middle kingdom

Ancient Egypt: The old kingdom to the Middle kingdom

Ancient Egypt: Greek and Roman rule - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

*EGYPT ~ Pharaoh Seti I (Sethos I) with Hathor, detail, Louvre

Bobby Womack, a colorful and highly influential RB singer-songwriter who influenced artists from the Rolling Stones to Damon Albarn, has died. He was 70. ~ The Associated Press

Bobby Womack, R&B singer-songwriter, dies at 70 - US News

Everything they teach about Egypt in most schools is distorted. The people of Egypt called their country Kemet not Egypt. Kemet means black land. Egypt is a Greek concept. Egypt is derived from the Greek word Aegyptos. The greeks called the kemetians  language hieroglyphs, but the people of Kemet called their language Medu Neter. Even the names we learn of the gods are wrong.

Barack Obama Father | Barack Obama, Sr (Obama’s Father)

Barack Obama, Sr (Obama's Father)

Isaac Murphy, first African American to win the Kentucky Derby three times

US Slave: African American Jockeys in the USA

Oliver Lewis, jockey,Lexington, Fayette County native. In 1875, he became the first jockey to win the Kentucky Derby, America's longest continuous sporting event. Oliver Lewis Way in Lexington is named for him.

In 2005, James Winkfield, a Thoroughbred jockey and horse trainer from Kentucky, best remembered as the last African American to ride a winner in the Kentucky Derby, was also honored with a Congressional House Resolution, a few days before the 131st Derby. Such accolades came long after his death in 1974 at age 91 and decades after racism forced him and other black jockeys off American racetracks."

The Kentucky Derby’s Forgotten Black Jockeys

Kenneth and Mamie Clark. The Clarks were both psychologists who were well-known for their research w/ children, specifically the doll experiment, where they would give a black child the choice between a black doll a white doll then ask them to pick the doll they thought was “pretty" or "nice", among other questions. They'd later go on to use the research to testify in the courts for several school desegregation cases. #blackhistorymonth

In january 2012, filmaker Ava Dduvernay was the first African American woman to win the best director prize at the sundance film festival for her film 'Middle of Nowhere'. #blackhistory

Misty Copeland, soloist for the American Ballet stunning!

Misty Copeland, soloist for the American Ballet Theatre.