How One Harlem African American Church Is Addressing Depression By SGREY I'm a PK (Preacher's Kid). My father was a Baptist pastor and I was raised in the church since I was 5. I left the church when I was 16 because of the hyprcosy I saw in how churches were run. It's good to … Continue reading How One Harlem African American Church Is Addressing Depression
From Cuba with Love: Free Medical School Scholarships for Black and Latino Students by BILLIE1225 Did you know that in 2000 Fidel Castro announced that Cuba would provide FREE medical school training to hundreds of low-income Blacks and Latinos? I didn't hink so.
Umoja Karamu by Carletta Denise Umoja Karamu, meaning “unity feast” in Swahili, is an African-American celebration that was created in 1971 by Dr. Edward Sims, Jr.
The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense by Panther Members This is a very good short explanation about the formation and history of the Black Panther Part for Self-Defense.
Fixing Our Broken Justice System by Pau Hartzer The view supported by Black Lives Matter is that systemic racism results in higher arrest, conviction, and incarceration rates for persons of color, particularly for blacks. I'd have to agree 100%.
Goal Of Black-Owned Banks: Give Economic Power To The Community by Florian Martin Black-owned banks have gotten a lot of attention this year. It started when rapper “Killer Mike” called on people to open accounts at a community bank in Atlanta after police shootings of African American men.
African-American history of agriculture in the United States by Wikipedia The role of African Americans in the agricultural history of the United States was extremely important, and given that the majority of blacks were employed in agriculture in the United States particularly during the 19th and early 20th century, represents a major part of their … Continue reading African-American history of agriculture in the United States