Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Tag: black leaders

The Man Who Initiated the ‘Back to...

Paul Cuffe (1759-1817) In 1815 Cuffe sailed for the West coast of Africa with 38 Black emigrants to begin a new life in Sierra...

Gaspar Yanga, The Man Who Led the...

Gaspar Yanga (1545 - Unknown) Yanga was an enslaved man on a sugarcane plantation in Veracruz, Mexico, but escaped in 1570 with a group...

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As Legislative Changes Fail to Follow National...

America has welcomed its first Black president, Black politicians are rising to fame in the Conservative party and more than 40 members of Congress...

Reginald Eaves, Known as ‘Mr. Civil Rights,’...

Reginald Eaves, an Atlanta politician and activist who spent much of his life making impactful changes in the city’s Black community, passed away on...

8 African Countries Whose Independence Is a...

Zimbabwe Zimbabwe, formerly known as Rhodesia, is one of the greatest examples of a country being impacted by Garveyism. According to an article titled “The...

Influential Activist, Author Nikki Giovanni to Share...

The iconic and widely celebrated poet, Nikki Giovanni, is remembered as one of the most popular voices of the Black Arts Movement. Now she...

15 Unexpected Quotes from Dr. Martin Luther...

“I knew that I could never again raise my voice against the violence of the oppressed in the ghettos without having first spoken clearly...

5 Traits of Great Black Leaders That...

Determination and Commitment to Goals (Mandela) Changing the world is obviously not an easy thing to do. Along the way there will be setbacks and...

Black Leaders Put Obama on Notice by...

At a historic gathering of major black advocacy and civil rights groups this week, the leaders hammered out a "black agenda" for President Obama's...