The symbol of african black power is allowed. White power with the southern flag or german swastika is not. Why? How is one any better or any different than the other? Why aren't we allowed to display white pride any way we want. This is America, no? What happened to OUR freedom.

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Recently emancipated slave children from New Orleans drape themselves in the American flag, New York, 1870.

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File:Flag of the Republic of Maryland 1854-1857. The Republic of Maryland (also known as the Independent State of Maryland) was a small African American nation which existed from 1854 to 1857, when it was merged into what is now Liberia. The area was first settled in 1834 by freed African-American slaves and freeborn African-Americans primarily from the U.S. state of Maryland, under the auspices of the Maryland State Colonization Society.

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Via ABC News:Flags that flew on the first and last day of President Barack Obama's presidency presented to him and First Lady Michelle Obama as a parting gift.

Ollie Louise Bryan (1871–1932), the first African-American woman to become a practicing dentist in the South, was born on December 28, 1871. She entered Meharry Medical College, where she graduated in 1902, the first woman to do so. By 1906 she had married Dr. Felix A. Bryan. The couple moved to Dallas, Texas, where she began practicing as a dentist no later than 1909. In 1916 she retired from dentistry. She died on November 23, 1932, in Dallas, where she was buried at Woodland Cemetery.

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Civil War hero Sgt. William H. Carney, the first African American to receive the Medal of Honor.

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Caroline V. Still Anderson, daughter of noted abolitionist William Still who wrote the Underground Railroad, was one of this country's pioneer black female physicians, prominent in many educational and civic activities.

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