African History...Black History Month is every month. Take back your dignity by uncovering who you are.

African History...Black History Month is every month. Take back your dignity by uncovering who you are.

ZIPPORRAH Wife of the Writer of the First Five Books of the Bible And Miriam and Aaron spake against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman.” (Num. 12:1) Members of both Christian and Jewish faiths are usually surprised to learn that the man God chose to write the first five books of the Bible was married to a black woman and suffered persecution for it. Moses’ wife was of Ethiopian (Cushitic) descent and her name was Zipporah.

ZIPPORRAH Wife of the Writer of the First Five Books of the Bible And Miriam and Aaron spake against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman.” (Num. 12:1) Members of both Christian and Jewish faiths are usually surprised to learn that the man God chose to write the first five books of the Bible was married to a black woman and suffered persecution for it. Moses’ wife was of Ethiopian (Cushitic) descent and her name was Zipporah.

Harlem supports the Selma Civil Rights Movement, New York City, 1965. Reproduced with permission from photographer Diana Davies

Harlem supports the Selma Civil Rights Movement, New York City, 1965. Reproduced with permission from photographer Diana Davies

How Americans attended lynchings like a family event is a sorrowful sight. How the United States people tolerated lynching of African Americans and was accepted as the norm is beyond comprehension. An embarrassing time for Americans in history.

How Americans attended lynchings like a family event is a sorrowful sight. How the United States people tolerated lynching of African Americans and was accepted as the norm is beyond comprehension. An embarrassing time for Americans in history.

A beautiful image of a one room colored school in Fruit Cove, Florida...SLAVES, EX-SLAVES, and CHILDREN OF SLAVES IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, sometime between mid to late 1870s-1880s

A beautiful image of a one room colored school in Fruit Cove, Florida...SLAVES, EX-SLAVES, and CHILDREN OF SLAVES IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, sometime between mid to late 1870s-1880s

Adams Grove Presbyterian Church, 1853 Long-abandoned and still gorgeous, it is a historic Greek Revival-style church building in rural Dallas County, Alabama, near the community of Sardis. Built in 1853, it features a distyle-in-antis type portico with box columns.

Adams Grove Presbyterian Church, 1853 Long-abandoned and still gorgeous, it is a historic Greek Revival-style church building in rural Dallas County, Alabama, near the community of Sardis. Built in 1853, it features a distyle-in-antis type portico with box columns.

This is thought to be the only known photo of an African-American Union soldier with his family.

This is thought to be the only known photo of an African-American Union soldier with his family.

JUNETEENTH, also known as June Nineteenth, celebrates the time when news of the 1863 signing of Emancipation Proclamation reached enslaved people living in Texas, two years later in June 1865.

JUNETEENTH, also known as June Nineteenth, celebrates the time when news of the 1863 signing of Emancipation Proclamation reached enslaved people living in Texas, two years later in June 1865.

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