Mrs Eleanor Xiniwe (née Ndwanya) of the African Choir, Photographed by London Stereoscopic Company studios. Between a group of young Africans singers toured Britain and North American as the ’ African Choir’. Inspired by Orpheus M.
“Black people did not "come to this country seeking a better life.” They were kidnapped from their homes in Africa, dragged in chains and loaded onto slave ships–treated not like human beings but like things, commodities to be traded and used to.
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!
, center, leads a group of civil rights workers and Selma black people in prayer on Feb. 1965 in Selma, Alabama after they were arrested on charges of parading without a permit. More than 250 persons were arrested as they marc
Photograph of a “No White People Allowed in the Zoo Today” sign taken at the Memphis Zoo by Ernest Withers in the Even visits to the zoo were segregated. Blacks had only one day a week they could visit the zoo while whites could go on the other week days.
"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.