Archive for the ‘Civil Rights’ Tag
- June 15, 2010 Requiem for a King. posted in Music tagged April 4th 1968, April 7th 1968, Assassination, Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., Bass Player, Black Empowerment, Black Liberation, Civil Freedom, Civil Rights, Dead, Disdain, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Killed, Martin L. King Jr., Martin Luther King Jr., Murdered Civil Rights Leader, Music, Nina Simone, Sing, Singer, Sociopolitical, Song, Statement, Westbury Music Festival, Why? The King of Love is Dead
- April 18, 2010 Black HERstory: Freda Josephine McDonald posted in Black HER/HIStory, Tender Vittles tagged 1925, 1931, 1951, 1963, 1968, 1975, Banana Dance, Banana Skirt, Bi-Sexual, Black Pearl, Broadway, Bronze Venus, Cerebral Hemorrhage, Christian Dior, Civil Rights, Coretta Scott King, Créole Goddess, Croix de Guerre, Diana Ross, Ernest Hemingway, Erotic Dancing, es Bergère, F. Scott Fitzgerald, France, Freda Josephine McDonald, French Military Honors, French Resistance, Frida Kahlo, Grace Kelly, Harlem Renaissance, Integrate, Jackie Onassis, Josephine Baker, Langston Hughes, Lize Minnelli, March on Washington, Martin Luther King Jr., Mick Jagger, Missouri, Muse, NAACP, Pablo Picasso, Paris, Shirely Bassey, Sophia Loren, Spy, St. Louis, Stork Club, Street Corner Dancer, Vaudeville, World War II
- March 17, 2010 Things Have Gotten (Hect)ic. posted in Uncategorized tagged 3rd Street & Avenue B, A Tribe Called Quest, Anatomy, Art, Articles, Assassination, Black Panther, Black Power, Chinese Food, Civil Rights, Comedian, Daydreamin', Fred Hampton, Hip-Hop, Injustice, Kaufman, Kaufman Told Me Set the World on Fire, Lenny Bruce, Leonard Alfred Schneider, Love, Lupe Fiasco, Mural, Music, Nas, One Love, Rap, Rapper, Thank You, Thanks, Top 5
- February 28, 2010 Black HIStory: Joseph Louis Barrow posted in Black HER/HIStory, Seasonal Sustenance tagged $100 000, 17 Years Old, 1932, 1950, 60's, African American, Alabama, Amateur, Bacon Casino, Black Champion, Boxer, Boxing, Brewster Street, Champion, Championship, Civil Rights, Debut, Detroit, Golden Gloves, Harlem Renaissance, Heavyweight, IRS, Jack Johnson, Jack Kracken, James J. Braddock, Joe Louis, Johnny Miller, Joseph Louis Barrow, Langston Hughes, Light-Heavyweight, Max Schmelling, Pugilist, Reign of Terror, Rematch, Speech Impediment, Tax Bill, Taxes, The Brown Bomber, The Great Depression, Uncle Sam, Uncle Tom, W.P.A., World War II
- February 9, 2010 Black HIStory: Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks posted in Black HER/HIStory, Seasonal Sustenance tagged 1971, 25 Years Old, Activist, American Gothic, Blaxploitation, Childhood, Civil Rights, Ella Watson, Essence, Farm Security Administration, Film, Freedom, FSA, Gordon Parks, Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks, Harlem, Joe Louis, Life, Marva Louis, Migrant Workers, Photographs, Photography, Photos, Poem, Poems, Poetry, Racism, Richard Roundtree, Shaft, Super Fly, Teenage, The Learning Tree, Voigtländer, Washington D.C.
- February 5, 2010 Black HIStory: Fred Hampton posted in Black HER/HIStory, Seasonal Sustenance tagged Athlete, Black Panther, Champion, Chicago, Civil Rights, Education, Empowerment, FBI, Fred Hampton, Gunfire, Illinois, Maywood, Murder, Officers, People, Raid, Revolt, Revolution, Revolutionaries, Student, Young Lion, Youth
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