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A Salute to Black History

Understanding Wisdom And FOREVER Appreciating The Past

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Below, right, and left are links that will enrich your knowledge of the past and present selfless contributions made by just a FEW of our MANY great African Americans. As you read the wealth of information on the pages, think about how our world would be today without the selfless contributions and what we have learned from the good and the bad. Also, recognize the unbending focus and intensity of their efforts despite repeated rejections and unfulfilled expectations.


We must continue to remember and respect our heritage (even though one might not agree with the actions of some--it is still history) by never saying good-bye to yesterday, for we are still standing on their shoulders—yesterday made our present possible.  Appreciate OUR Past . . .

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Religion, Culture, and History


 - James Healy
 - Elijah Muhammad
 - Clara Muhammad
 - Yosef Ben-Jochannon
 - Hiram R. Revels
 - John Jasper
 - Richard Allen
 - Desmond Tutu
 - Eddie Long
 - Creflo Dollar
 - Lemuel Haynes
 - Daniel Payne

 Absalom Jones
The first African American ordained as a priest in the Episcopal Church




Slavery:  A Historical Timeline

Compliments of:

Defense Manpower Data Center Black History Month Committee -- Department of Defense





The Rosewood Massacre


The Rosewood Report

Remembering Rosewood - Part I

Remembering Rosewood - Part II



John Hanson, Actually the First President of the United States (Link1)


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Other Presidents of the United States Considered to be Black or Mullatto

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Autobiographies of African Americans



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Hurricane Katrina

New Orleans, Louisiana



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The Haiti Earthquake of 2010

A Love Song for Haiti

How to Contribute


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On January 12, 2010, the worst earthquake in 200 years - 7.0 in magnitude - struck less than ten miles from the Caribbean city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The initial quake was later followed by twelve aftershocks greater than magnitude 5.0. Structures of all kinds were damaged or collapsed, from shantytown homes to national landmarks. At the present (February 1, 2010), the Haitian earthquake caused an estimated 250,000 fatalities—and disease, starvation and lack of medical care could push the death toll higher.



Some of The Richest African Americans


The Richest Deceased African Americans That Are On the Forbes List


  Michael Jackson - $90 Million  
  Ray Charles - $10 Million  
  Tupac Shakur - $9 Million  
  Bob Marley - $7 Million  
  Jimi Hendrix - 6 Million  
  James Brown - $5 Million  
  Marvin Gaye - 3.5 Million  



The Murder of Emmitt Louis Till - Place: Money, Mississippi

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Emmitt Tills Accuser Admitted She Lied (2017) 



Martin Luther King's Letter From Birmingham, Alabama Jail





The Greensboro Four sit at a Woolworth’s lunch counter on February 1, 1960, as a Woolworth’s employee works behind the counter.

The Greensboro Four -- Sit In

Little Rock Nine

Malcolm X Assassin Is Freed On Parole - April 2010

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Black Classic Movies



FBI photographs of Andrew Goodman, James Earl Chaney, and Michael Schwerner

The Murders of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner



First Totally Black Owned Search Engine


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The Sixteenth Street Bombing - Place: Birmingham, Alabama



Willie Lynch Letter: The Making Of A Slave