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The history that is never taught in schools

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The original Statue Of Liberty offered to the United States by France.The statue depicts a black woman and was refused by the US and replaced with current Lady Liberty. Kings & Queens, Black History Facts, Strange History, African American History, British History, Tudor History, American Lady, American Makeup, American Women

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1934 ad.

African-Americans, Mexicans, Scots, Chinese, Japanese, Native Americans — it's a melting pot of stereotypes. 1910 — 1976.

Human Zoo Exhibits -- Ota Benga, whose village was massacred by the Force Publique of Belgian Congo, was found and brought to the USA by an American missionary to the World’s Fair of St. Human Zoo, Belgian Congo, Non Plus Ultra, Black History Facts, African Diaspora, My Black Is Beautiful, African American History, World History, Black People

Although black people were no rarity in the United States, even there were zoos which set on exposition indigenous people coming from Africa, mainly Pygmies whom many contemporary Darwinians considered as a “paleolithic” state of human evolution. Ota Benga, whose village was massacred by the Force Publique of Belgian Congo, was found and brought to the USA by an American missionary to the World’s Fair of St. Louis in 1904. After the exhibition, in 1906 he was brought over to the Bronx Zoo…

The origins of the watermelon stereotype. I kinda wish this was the sort of thing taught in school during February, if only to keep people from making racist jokes and then claiming they didn't know that was offensive or why. Old Posters, Posters Vintage, Vintage Labels, Vintage Cards, Vintage Images, Vintage Signs, Vintage Tools, Vintage Seed Packets, Vintage Posters

Watermelon: Symbolizing the Supposed Simplicity of Slaves - Sociological Images

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HERStory Matters: Civil rights activist Patricia Stephens Due was born on December Patricia Gloria Stephens was born in Quincy, Fla., and grew up primarily in Belle Glade, Fla. She began her. Black History Facts, Black History Month, Martin Luther King, Civil Rights Activists, Civil Rights Movement, African Diaspora, Women In History, European History, Before Us

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Stop by the lobby of the R.A. Gray Building (500 South Bronough Street) in Tallahassee during the month of February to see our photographic exhibit:

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Birmingham Dog Attacks

Bull Conner's Boys in Blue at their finest. For more on African American experience and achievements in the U.S. and elsewhere visit Discover Black Heritage , a travel guide to black history and culture.

Viciously Racist Popular American Songs: there's a nigger in the moon Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Hiphop, American Songs, Jim Crow, Old Ads, Thats The Way, African American History, Poster

1880-1900: Viciously Racist Popular American Songs: There's A Nigger In The Moon.

Amelia Boynton Robinson has died today at In this photo she is with a fellow marcher in 1965 after being knocked unconscious by Alabama troopers at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. She was played by Lorraine Toussaint in the film "Selma". Martin Luther King, Black History Facts, Black History Month, We Are The World, In This World, By Any Means Necessary, Foto Real, Civil Rights Movement, Suffrage Movement

An Army vet's murder was a milestone event of the Civil Rights Movement - We Are The Mighty

Jimmie Lee Jackson was a 26-year-old Army veteran, civil rights activist, and deacon at his Marion, Alabama, church. In February, 1965, Jackson took part in a peaceful nighttime demonstration to protest for his right to vote. As the congregation lef…

Found these old, racist, metal ad placards at a nearby consignment shop. Uploaded with the intent to illustrate controlling images of people of color. Jim Crow, Wow Art, Old Ads, Thats The Way, African History, Vintage Cards, Vintage Stuff, African American History, Black

Vintage Racist Advertising

So i went on youtube and looked at some old cartoons. I cant believe someone thought these cartoons...

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Vintage Ads with Black Servants - Sociological Images

The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota