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“Birth Control Or Race Control? Sanger and the Negro Project”

By   /  Sun 17 Rabi Al Awwal 1440AH 25-11-2018AD  /  History  /  No Comments

The Negro Project, instigated in 1939 by Margaret Sanger, was one of the first major undertakings of the new Birth Control Federation of America (BCFA), the product of a merger between the American Birth Control League and Sanger’s Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau, and one of the more controversial campaigns of the birth control movement. […]

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Here’s What it was like to be Mansu Musa, thought to be the Richest man in History

By   /  Sun 26 Safar 1440AH 4-11-2018AD  /  History  /  No Comments

Here’s what it was like to be Mansa Musa, thought to be the richest person in history Áine Cain Feb. 14, 2018, 11:46 AM 3,768,783   Mansa Musa gave away so much gold that he reportedly caused inflation in Cairo. Wikimedia Commons • Billionaires Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffett are currently the three […]

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Empires

By   /  Sun 19 Safar 1440AH 28-10-2018AD  /  History  /  No Comments

#1 Mansa Musa means “King of Kings” Musa Close-up of Mansa Musa in a depiction Mansa I of Mali was known by numerous names during his life including Emir of Melle, Lord of the Mines of Wangara, Conqueror of Ghanata, Lion of Mali and Kankan Musa. In the west he is popular by the name […]

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A History Of Black (Moorish) people in Europe

By   /  Wed 8 Safar 1440AH 17-10-2018AD  /  History  /  1 Comment

  It is generally known that black people have been residing in European countries since the early colonial times. But even before the 15th century and during Roman times, a time when colour of skin still wasn’t a racist stigma but just another physical feature, black people lived in Europe. Remains of a man with […]

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Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

By   /  Sat 4 Safar 1440AH 13-10-2018AD  /  History  /  No Comments

  Ancient Homo-sapien-sapiens (Modern Man), first began to leave Africa at about 60,000 B.C. These Africans had two great migrations East. The “First” (OOA) migration, saw Blacks with straight hair, taking a route along the coast of Asia, and then “Island hopping” across the Indian Ocean to Australia – the Australian Aborigine (see below). And […]

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Harlem Hellfighters Facts

By   /  Fri 25 Muharram 1440AH 5-10-2018AD  /  History  /  No Comments

  Summary of the Harlem Hellfighters Summary and Definition: When America entered WW1, on April 6, 1917, there were four all-black regiments consisting of the 9th and 10th Cavalry and the 24th and 25th Infantry. In 1917 the US War Department created the 92d and 93d Divisions, primarily as black combat units. One particular regiment, […]

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Buffalo Soldiers

By   /  Fri 25 Muharram 1440AH 5-10-2018AD  /  History  /  No Comments

  Facts & Information about the African-American Cavalry Regiment known as Buffalo Soldiers in Black History Buffalo Soldiers summary:Originally part of the U.S. 10th Cavalry Regiment, the Buffalo Soldiers became a separate group on September 21, 1866. This occasion took place at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Native American tribes nicknamed the African American soldiers of the […]

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The Gullah Moors of Northwest Amexem

By   /  Fri 25 Muharram 1440AH 5-10-2018AD  /  History  /  No Comments

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the Gullah people and their culture and diaspora. For the languages they speak, see Gullah language. African-American topics History (timeline) [show] Culture [show] Religion [show] Political movements [show] Civic / economic groups [show] Sports [show] Ethnic subdivisions [show] Languages [show] […]

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Holy Terror: The Rise of the Order of Assassins

By   /  Sun 6 Muharram 1440AH 16-9-2018AD  /  History  /  No Comments

By Jefferson M. Gray 2/24/2010 • MHQ An agent of the Order of Assassins (left, in white turban) fatally stabs Nizam al-Mulk, a Seljuk vizier, in 1092, the first of many political murders by the sect. The faces in this depiction, which was contained in an illustrated 14th-century manuscript, were later scratched out (Topkapi Palace […]

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The White Slaves of Barbary

By   /  Mon 30 Dhul Hijjah 1439AH 10-9-2018AD  /  History  /  1 Comment

The White Slaves of Barbary Much attention and condemnation has been directed towards the tragedy of the African slave trade, which took place between the 16 th and the 19th centuries. However, another equally despicable trade in humans was taking place around the same time in the Mediterranean. It is estimated that up to 1.25 […]

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