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Yes of course they were Nagaru, "Negroids". Fact is fact & truth is truth! Science doesn't lie, & you can trace the bones of our Ancestors back millions of years ago. Our-Story not history or his-story!

- I HONOR OUR GREATNESS -

Leviticus in the seventh day the priest shall look on the plague: and, behold, if the scall spread not, and there be in it no yellow hair, and the scall be not in sight deeper than the skin;

The Kingdom of Kush lay to the South of Egypt and is famous for its more pointed pyramids. Several Queens have ruled Kush, but one of the greatest is certainly Amanirenas. Ruling for about 30 years, she led her forces against the Romans in Egypt. After initial success, the Romans pushed back. A peace treaty was then signed, by terms favorable to Kush.  A contemporary of Cleopatra, Amanirenas was probably blind in one eye.

friendlycloud: “ Remarkable Women in History by Country: Sudan Amanirenas The Kingdom of Kush lay to the South of Egypt and is famous for its more pointed pyramids. Several Queens have ruled Kush, but one of the greatest is certainly Amanirenas.

Black Power

TheBahamianPrincess♚ Not about hate of others (Alot of people don't seem to understand this). Not the equivalent of 'white power/supremecy'

Trying to figure out why the person that wrote the tweet has a picture of a black boy(Trayvon Martin) as their profile pic  but is being disrespectful about a black girl playing a "character" that happened to start out as white

McSpocky™ 👽🖖 on

Personally I didn't like the remake because it was set in modern times. I thought the black Annie was cute tho. But I'm sick of seeing white people play African Kings and Queens.

Black history month!

“ An African American lady by the name of Christina Jenkins invented the hair weaving process in the nineteen fifties.

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