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black people in Victorian Britain - Eleanor Xiniwe, The African Choir. London Stereoscopic Company, 1891.

Eleanor Xiniwe, The African Choir, London Stereoscopic Company. Courtesy of © Hulton Archive/Getty Images Black Chronicles II

"The Missing Tudors: Black People In 16th Century England". Jan Mostaert’s Portrait of an African Man, c1520–30 - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

"This is the earliest and only individual portrait of a black African to have survived from the late middle ages and the Renaissance - The painter is Jan Mostaert. The "Portrait of an African Man" is currently in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.

Member of the African Choir, London Stereoscopic Company, 1891. Photograph: Courtesy of © Hulton Archive/Getty Images

The black Victorians: astonishing portraits unseen for 120 years

Member of the African Choir, London Stereoscopic Company, Photograph: Courtesy of © Hulton Archive/Getty Images black Victorians: Astonishing portraits unseen for 120 years

soulfulremixed: Steve Biko was the founder of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa. In 1968 he cofounded the all-black South African Students’ Organisation. The organisation’s message spread from campuses to the general community, and in 1972 Biko helped found the Black People’s Convention. He was arrested many times for his anti-apartheid work and in 1977, died from injuries while in police custody. Joan Baez ~ Biko https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hn1QS1p94Oo

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Steve Biko was an anti-apartheid activist in South Africa in the and A student leader, he later founded the Black Consciousness Movement which would empower and mobilize much of the urban black population.

Commenting on his photography 4 the Black Panther Movement in the UK, photographer Neil Kenlock recalls “Pple were calling us all sorts of names in the streets & painting graffiti everywhere. In school, there was no black history...If you asked the teachers where black people came from, they would say: ‘Somewhere in Africa, up a tree,’ & that’s it. So w/ the Black Panther movement we had educational classes, public meeting & lectures."

Commenting on his photography 4 the Black Panther Movement in the UK, photographer Neil Kenlock recalls “Pple were calling us all sorts of names in the streets & painting graffiti everywhere. In school, there was no black history.If you asked the teache

Wake up!  This is one of the reasons black people must make it a point to store long term food and water, emergency items, camping gear, first aid and learn survival skills like gardening.  Work together and prepare now!

Wake up! This is one of the reasons black people must make it a point to store long term food and water, emergency items, camping gear, first aid and learn survival skills like gardening. Work together and prepare now!

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