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Colossal head from Monument 4 Veracruz Mexico Omec 1200-900 BCE Basalt (3).... Some people say, ( And there is some fairly convincing evidence), that these heads which were found near the beach looking eastward are likenesses of the African voyagers who visited the Olmec people long before Columbus ever "discovered" the americas.

A found-footage film that unfurls with the tension of a great thriller. On May 13, 1985, a longtime feud between the city of Philadelphia and controversial Black Power group MOVE came to a deadly climax. By order of local authorities, police dropped military-grade explosive onto a MOVE-occupied rowhouse. TV cameras captured the conflagration that quickly escalated-and resulted in the tragic deaths of eleven people (including five children) and the destruction of 61 homes.

Sista Soulja, Drusilla Dunjee, Houston, Ella Baker, Barbara Sizemore, Jewel Pookrom, Marimba Ani, Assata Shakur, Frances Cress Welsing, Queen Afua. -Respect-

100 Things That You Did Not Know About Africa /black People and Why You Should Know Them Now - See more at: http://www.exposingblacktruth.org/100-things-that-you-did-not-know-about-africa-black-people-and-why-you-should-know-them-now/#sthash.dj2o4tFX.dpuf

New World Order Exposition. likes · talking about this. Peering behind the curtain of lies.. Welcome to NWOE

Bloody Sunday, 3/7/65 Six hundred marchers assembled in Selma on Sunday, March 7, and, led by SNCC and SCLC, crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge over the Alabama River en route to Montgomery. Just short of the bridge, they found their way blocked by Alabama State troopers and local police who ordered them to turn around. When the protesters refused, the officers shot teargas and waded into the crowd, beating the nonviolent protesters with billy clubs and ultimately hospitalizing over fifty…

PRESS THE VISIT BUTTON November 10, 1898 - Two days after the local elections in Wilmington, NC, the democratically elected and biracial government was overthrown by Democratic Party White Supremacists. Over 1,500 white men participated in an attack on the black newspaper, burning down the building. They ran officials and community leaders out of the city, and killed many blacks