The world that we live in beyond unethical. Since my journey into learning about my Afrikan culture, I’ve been called ever name negative such as, radical, racist, black supremacist, even a “Race War Starter”, which I still don’t understand what that means. The kicker of all theses names I’ve been called, not one person from the European culture has dished out any of theses names, but the very same people with the same skin color as I, have thrown theses labels at me. It shames me when my own people are brainwashed so much that they rather se ME as the enemy, instead supporting my desire to be a leader for black economic empowerment. If you question why we need a Brotha Malcolm X Day, the fact that we don’t look at new black leaders as power movers should be enough to make you join forces!

The world that we live in beyond unethical. Since my journey into learning about my Afrikan culture, I’ve been called ever name negative such as, radical, racist, black supremacist, even a “Race War Starter”, which I still don’t understand what that means. The kicker of all theses names I’ve been called, not one person from the European culture has dished out any of theses names, but the very same people with the same skin color as I, have thrown theses labels at me. It shames me when my own people are brainwashed so much that they rather se ME as the enemy, instead supporting my desire to be a leader for black economic empowerment. If you question why we need a Brotha Malcolm X Day, the fact that we don’t look at new black leaders as power movers should be enough to make you join forces!

Mae Carol Jemison the first astronaut women of colour

Mae Carol Jemison the first astronaut women of colour

Mae Carol Jemison is an American physician and NASA astronaut. She became the first African American woman to travel in space when she went into orbit aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour on September 12, 1992.

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“Mae Carol Jemison, the first African-American female astronaut, delivers the keynote address of the 2014 Women of Color Task…

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Benjamin Banneker The Inventor of the clock

Benjamin Banneker The Inventor of the clock

Benjamin Banneker Biography Astronomer, Scientist (1731–1806)  Benjamin Banneker2 QUICK FACTS NAME: Benjamin Banneker OCCUPATION: Astronomer, Scientist BIRTH DATE: November 9, 1731 DEATH DATE: October 25, 1806 Benjamin Banneker was a largely self-educated mathematician, astronomer, compiler of almanacs, inventor and writer. Synopsis

Benjamin Banneker was born on November 9, 1731, in Ellicott’s…

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