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POSTIVE MINDS POSTIVE VIBES JUSBU ALL THE TIME #JUSBUMAGAZINE LEARN FROM YOUR LEGENDS @lodivadevine - Black culture is woven into the fabric of America. Understand what we overcame and how we continue to rise in this digital collection of black thinkers, creators and world leaders. #CelebrateBlackHistory with @GoogleArtsCulture at g.co/blackhistory #BlackHistoryMonth #workingwithgoogle

2019 marks the 400th year commemoration since the first 20 or so African captives emerged from the vile belly of a slave ship onto the shores of Jamestown, Virginia. Amongst the men and boys were the women and girls, some as young as eight and nine years old, their bodies used and abused as a fertile breeding grounds for profit and the sustainability of the country. For centuries, black women have been marginalized, misrepresented, mistreated, and denied their just due. Visit the link in bio for information on how to get involved.

Cathay Williams was an American soldier who enlisted in the United States Army under the pseudonym William Cathay. She was the first African-American woman to enlist, and the only documented to serve in the United States Army posing as a man. #blackveterans #veteransday #veterans

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“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world” #HarrietTubman #common

‪One day. One Month. One Year in history, Celebrating Black Women’s extraordinary contributions to building America, from 1619-2019. For more information visit our website and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.‬ ‪https://www.1619nationalcelebrationofblackwomen.com‬

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This is 103. Ida Keeling is the ultimate proof that Black don’t crack. “You’re no older than you feel. Stay young.” Pick up our November issue for more tips from Ida and other Ageless Beauties. (📷: Ed Maximus)

2019 marks the 400th year commemoration since the first 20 or so African captives emerged from the vile belly of a slave ship onto the shores of Jamestown, Virginia. Amongst the men and boys were the women and girls, some as young as eight and nine years old, their bodies used and abused as a fertile breeding grounds for profit and the sustainability of the country. For centuries, black women have been marginalized, misrepresented, mistreated, and denied their just due. Visit the link in bio for information on how to get involved.

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I believe it's important to remember our culture and preserve the legacy of our ancestors. The stories live on through this digital collection dedicated to black history & culture⚡️✊🏾 #CelebrateBlackHistory with @GoogleArtsCulture at g.co/blackhistory #BlackHistoryMonth#WakandaForever #writtenbyme

2019 marks the 400th year commemoration since the first 20 or so African captives emerged from the vile belly of a slave ship onto the shores of Jamestown, Virginia. Amongst the men and boys were the women and girls, some as young as eight and nine years old, their bodies used and abused as a fertile breeding grounds for profit and the sustainability of the country. For centuries, black women have been marginalized, misrepresented, mistreated, and denied their just due. Visit the link in bio for information on how to get involved.

‪One day. One Month. One Year in history, Celebrating Black Women’s extraordinary contributions to building America, from 1619-2019. For more information visit our website and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.‬ ‪https://www.1619nationalcelebrationofblackwomen.com‬

The struggle for the vote did not end with the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment. In some Southern states, African American women were unable to freely exercise their right to vote up until the 1960s.
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#vote #whyivote #ivote #ivotebecause
#ivotedtoday #november6th #registertovote #womensupportingwomen #govote #rockthevote #govote #yourvotematters #blackvotesmatter

On this day we celebrate you @angelarye Thank you for always standing for truth and justice. #angelarye #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlsrock 2019 marks the 400th year commemoration since the first 20 or so African captives emerged from the vile belly of a slave ship onto the shores of Jamestown, Virginia. Amongst the men and boys were the women and girls, some as young as eight and nine years old, their bodies used and abused as a fertile breeding grounds for profit and the sustainability of the country. For centuries, black women have been marginalized, misrepresented, mistreated, and denied their just due. Visit the link in bio for information on how to get involved.

The Ishango Region is situated on the Northern Shores of Lake Edward in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

In this region lies proof of the Intelligence of early African Natives as the oldest measuring tool (The Ishango Bone) was discovered there in 1960. This fossilised baboon bone, which was dated at 18,000 BC, has clear markings suggested to be either tally marks, a series of prime numbers, or a lunar calendar.

#IshangoTheCollection is a CELEBRATION of African people

I hope you guys had a blessed Sunday 🤗💕 | just a quick reflection post this fine evening👇🏾 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Ask yourself this question.. Am I frowning on the inside, smiling on the out or am I happy on the inside and smiling on the out when I’m around the people I call my ‘friends’. My younger self never used to go by this at all, but the older I get the more I apply it to my life and surroundings. Keep those that are good for your soul, and it’s okay to remove those that aren’t.
Lessons Mama Taught Me🙏🏾💛 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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#friendshipgoals #blackhairstyles #celebrateblackhistory #currentlywearing #women #photooftheday #todaysoutfit #goldenhour #goodvibesonly #blackgirlmagic #celebrateblackness #yellowonblack #blackgoddess #bhm #blackhistorymonth #agkiselfie @darkskinwomen @primark #colorism #friends

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