Category Archives: Black History

“Physics, Activism, and Leadership w/ Walter E. Massey” by Cara Santa Maria

Listen to “Physics, Activism, and Leadership w/ Walter E. Massey” by Cara Santa Maria via #spreaker In this episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara is joined by physicist Dr. Walter E. Massey to talk about his long and distinguished career as … Continue reading

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BBC Radio 3 – The Essay, Caribbean Voices, Sara Collins on Una Marson

A personal search for the poetry and ‘voice’ of a trailblazing Jamaican broadcaster Source: BBC Radio 3 – The Essay, Caribbean Voices, Sara Collins on Una Marson

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Una Marson: A pioneering journalist, activist and poet – Google Arts & Culture

Tribute by Connie Bell to Una Marson’s contribution to cultural memory Source: Una Marson: A pioneering journalist, activist and poet – Google Arts & Culture

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Brixton: Flames on the Frontline – Episode 3: Feel the Heat – BBC Sounds

Gangs of far right racist thugs are attacking immigrants on the streets and in their homes. Now they’re turning their attention to black power organisations and Brixton is in their sights – with terrifying consequences. And one man is on … Continue reading

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‘I’ll be at front of queue to change my slave name’

By Anna Holligan BBC News, The Hague For more than three centuries the Dutch shipped more than half a million Africans across the Atlantic Descendants of African slaves have told the BBC they will change their surnames, after a Dutch … Continue reading

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The Top 8 Places Where Africans Were Taken From During The Transatlantic Slave Trade

A brief description and history of where Africans in the diaspora were taken from and to and the amount of Africans taken.[…]

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Meet the Most Feared Women in History | Messy Nessy 

From daughters to soldiers, from wives to weaponized, they remain the only documented frontline female troops in modern warfare history. A sub-saharan band of female terminators who left their European colonisers shaking in their boots, foreign observers named them the … Continue reading

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The Vanishing of Harry Pace: Episode 1 | Radiolab | WNYC Studios

The Rise and Fall of Black Swan.  It was Motown before Motown, FUBU before FUBU: Black Swan Records, the record company founded by Harry Pace. The Vanishing of Harry Pace was created by Jad Abumrad and Shima Oliaee.  Harry Pace founded … Continue reading

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African Countries NOT IN Africa

How much African ancestry does one have to have in order to be considered black and what percentage has to meet this criteria in order to be considered a black nation? Millions of Africans have been emigrating to Europe and … Continue reading

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Believe in Ghosts

t is estimated that there are only 50,000 Black farmers in the US. Samantha is one of those farmers. She is on a mission to establish a farm as a Black Woman in the deep south, and be the voice … Continue reading

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