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Daily Knowledge Drop: Were Ancient Egyptians Black?

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[caption id="attachment_841" align="alignleft" width="248" caption="Cheikh Anta Diop"][/caption] Daily Knowledge Drop brought to you by: http://www.dangerousnegro.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=DPKMSS The controversy regarding the race of the residents of ancient Kemet (Egypt) aka the "pyramid builders" still exists, but only in the minds of those who are uninformed or whose racial prejudices prevent them from accepting the truth.  Another failing of our educational systems.  Racism has played, and still plays, a major role in how people of color are portrayed in world history. The scientific proof that ancient Egyptians were Black was presented in 1978 by Cheikh Anta Diop at the Cairo Symposium.  Diop developed...

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Black History Year Weekly Digest

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Here are the daily quotes/facts from our Black History Year Facebook Application for the past week: Feb 15: In 1777 Morocco became the first country to publicly recognize the United States, and it remains one of America’s oldest and closest allies in the Middle East and North Africa. Formal U.S. relations with Morocco date from 1787 when Congress ratified a Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the two nations.  Renegotiated in 1836, the treaty is still in force, constituting the longest unbroken treaty relationship in U.S. history, and Tangier is home to the oldest U.S. diplomatic property in the world....

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Free Knowledge Friday: Malcolm X

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A little wisdom from El Hajj Malik El Shabazz ]]>

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MLK was a Revolutionary

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by Tre B Equality in a society based on one group dominating all others is a revolutionary concept.  MLK was a revolutionary. Don't get it twisted, despite the watered-down, docile version of the man they show you on TV and in tributes around this time of year MLK was really a revolutionary.  The reason he's not with us today is because those revolutionary tendencies were showing through with more force with regard to the war in Vietnam and the economic empowerment of poor people in this nation.  He was truly a dangerous Negro, a Black man that defied that status...

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Free Knowledge

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This one comes to you from Dr. Ray Hagins.  For our readers that haven't started learning about their African heritage and might not make it through the whole video, skip to minute 7:00 and watch from there to the very end.  Powerful stuff people. ]]>

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