I saw before me then, even as I do now, a new world of black men, not peons, serfs, dogs and slaves, but a nation of sturdy men making their impress upon civilization and causing a new light to dawn upon the human race. … More THE NEGRO’S GREATEST ENEMY
Click here to download The Mis-Education of the Negro by Carter Godwin Woodson One wonders: why would a country with confidence in itself need to impose mis-education on a significant segment of its population? Two of the main quotes from the Mis-Education of the Negro are below. This book is must reading for people who … More The Mis-Education of the Negro by Carter Godwin Woodson , Ph.D.
At Calle Recaredo, 19 in Seville, Spain you will find a building that was built sometime around 1550. It belongs to La Hermandad de los Negritos (English: The Brotherhood of the Blacks) a Catholic brotherhood from Seville, Andalusia, Spain. Founded in 1393 by Cardinal Gonzalo de Mena y Roelas to care for the Blacks of Seville, … More Did The KKK Steal Their Uniforms From Africans?
“Every Race Has A Flag But The Coon” is the title of one of the very first “coon songs.” It represents contempt for Black people due to their lack of cohesiveness. That shortcoming was emphasized by the absence of a flag symbolically identifying all African people everywhere. We are approaching the 100th anniversary of the Red, Black … More Every Race Has A Flag But The Coon
…black supremacy in any part of our common country utterly impossible. … More Black Supremacy “Impossible” According To Frederick Douglass
The Race Problem. GREAT SPEECH OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS, DELIVERED BEFORE THE BETHEL LITERARY AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, IN THE METROPOLITAN A. M. E. CHURCH, Washington, D.C. OCTOBER 21, 1890. Originally sourced from The Daniel A. P. Murray Pamphlet Collection in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress
Once we completed our post on a history of White Supremacy, it seemed almost natural that a history of Black Supremacy follow. Although titled “A History of Black Supremacy,” clearly what is commonly referred to as “Black Supremacy” represents a fear of “Black Greatness” beyond the perception of melanin challenged people who call themselves “white.” Believe it or not, the phrases … More A History of Black Supremacy: Part 1
Transcribed from The daily crescent. ([New Orleans, La.]), 20 Aug. 1850. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. This letter seems to be the first use in print of the phrase “white supremacy” in the Western Hemisphere. Cora Montgomery is the pseudonym of a woman named Jane McManus Storm Cazneau. Cazneau is credited with being the originator … More On Negro Ascendancy in the West Indies by Cora Montgomery
To read the histories of the world, peoples and races written by white men, would make the Negro feel and believe that he never amounted to anything in the creation. History is written with prejudices, likes and dislikes; and there has never been a white historian who ever wrote with any true love or feeling … More History and the Negro by Marcus Garvey
This post originally appeared on the UNIA website in December of 1998. The RED, BLACK and GREEN Flag was unveiled to the world by the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey and the members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League, of the World at it’s first international convention on August 13, 1920. The … More The Red, Black and Green Flag Story