At the top of this list is my book,
10 Keys to African American History, available on Amazon. I suggest you purchase the convenient, immediately downloadable ebook version. Do not worry about getting an e-reader device. You can read ebooks on your computer, phone or other other mobile device that has Internet access. ç
Knowledge is the key to survivial
Similar to this
PBS blog post on 10 unkown facts about Black History, the book 10 Keys to African American will expand your intellectual horizons. History
Slavery was not the initial status of blacks in North America.
2. Outcome of the American Revolution.
The founders compromised on slavery.
3. The internal slave trade.
Founders thought slavery would die out but it did not. The birth of American capitalism. Black Gold!
4. Black Americans a minority among the enslaved.
Few slaves brought to America.
5. Life on the plantation not all bad.
Slaves developed a culture.
6. Civil War not really about slavery (for whites in South) but was for blacks and Northerners (eventually)
Segregation did not begin until almost the 20th century. 35-years after the war.
8. King’s role in the Civil Rights Movement often overstated.
Civil Rights Movement happened when it did for a reason.
The Cold War.
Post-racial America is a farce.
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Oct · 16
One of the themes of the book
10 Keys to African American History is Dr. Martin Luther, King, Jr., as a figure frozen in time. Following his death, the national narrative (NPR podcast) about his life conveniently stopped at the 1963 March on Washington.
Many people forget his radical side, such as his refusal to support the Vietnam War or his call for a Poor People`s March that was to highlight impoverishment among whites.
Take this online, 10-question quiz to see how much you know about Dr. King!
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Sep · 22
King Kamehameha established the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1795. We bet his appearance is a little different than you probably imagined of an Hawaiian King. Well, get the picture folks, we have all been sold some serious lies about history.
His family and later leaders include:
10 question quiz will help you know how much African American History you know.
Have fun and order a copy of 10 Keys to African American History from Amazon soon.
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Sep · 08
is a book written by an historian who has taught in major colleges and published in top academic journals. He believes campus administrators and local school board leaders obstruct the teaching of black history to such a degree that most students graduate with no real understanding about race. 10 Keys to African American History
This book takes the ten most important concepts in African American History and explains them for a general audience. Knowledge of self can save your life.
Available soon via Amazon!
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Aug · 17
August 17th is the birthday of Jamaican political leader Marcus Garvey.
A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.”
Yes, his words have come to pass!
Be sure to get a copy of my book,
, coming soon, to avoid the fate of those who don`t know history. 10 Keys to African American History