Black History Facts

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Jomo Kenyatta – October 20, 1891 – August 22, 1978

  • Kenyan politician; became Kenya’s first president and considered finding father of the Kenyan nation.
  • Led Kenya African National Union (KANU) delegation to the first and second Lancaster Conference in London where Kenya’s Independence Constitution was negotiated in 1960 and 1962.
  • Supported reconciliation and consistently asked white settlers not to leave Kenya.
  • His policy was that of continuity and gradual Africanisation of the government, keeping many colonial civil servants in their old jobs as gradually replaced by Kenyans.
  • Oversaw peaceful land reform process, Kenya’s admission into the United Nations, and established institutions of independent Kenya.

Kwame Nkrumah – September 21, 1909 – April 27, 1972

  • Prime Minister of Ghana between 1957 and 1960.
  • President of Ghana from 1960 – 1966.
  • Helped organized the Fifth Pan-African Congress in Manchester, England in 1945.
  • Declared the Independence of Ghana from the United Kingdom in 1957.
  • Announced plans for a new constitution, which made Ghana a republic, in 1960.
  • Was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize by the Soviet Union.
  • Ghana became a founding member of the Organization of African Unity in 1963.
  • In 2000, he was elected the greatest African of the millennium, by a vote in Africa.

Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan – December 31, 1918 – March 19, 2015

  • African-American writer and historian.
  • Considered to be one of the most prominent Afrocentric scholars by some in Black Nationalist community.
  • Authored 49 books, primarily on ancient Nile Valley v civilizations and its influence on Western cultures.
  • In 1945, received doctoral degrees in cultural anthropology and Moorish history from the University of Havana and the University of Barcelona, Spain.
  • Appointed chairman of the African Studies Committee of the newly-founded United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1945.

Patrice Lumumba – July 2,1925 – January 17, 1961

  • Congolese independence leader and first democratically-elected leader of Congo, as prime minister, at the age of 35.
  • Founder and leader of mainstream Mouvement National Congolais.
  • Had an integral role in the campaign for Independence from Belgium.
  • He Co-established the Mouvement National Congolais in 1958, to call for countrywide unity and freedom from colonial atrocities.
  • He was assassinated in 1961.
  • In 2013, the United States of America admitted President Eisenhower authorized his assassination.
  • In 1964, Malcolm X and Lumumba was “the greatest Black man who ever walked the African continent…”

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Black History Facts

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Elijah Muhammed – October 7, 1897 – February 25, 1975

  • Born in the Jim Crow south, moved to Detroit.
  • Converted to Islam and studied under Master Fard.
  • After becoming Master Fard’s Representative for the Nation of Islam (NOI), he became the Leader.
  • Mentored Malcolm X, Louis Farrakhan, and Muhammed Ali.
  • Refused induction into the military during WW2, jailed for 5 years, and is believed to be the inspiration for Muhammed Ali to do the same.
  • Oversaw the largest growth in the history on the Nation of Islam.
  • Established the newspaper Muhammed Speaks, a university of Islam (private elementary and high school), grocery stores, restaurants and more.
  • Purchased and and businesses to provide housing and employment for the members of the NOI and beyond.
  • Authored “Message of the Blackman in America” and “How to Eat to Live”.

Malcolm X – May 19, 1925 – February 21, 1965

  • Muslim minister and human rights activist.
  • Born Malcolm Little; considered “Little” a slave name and chose “X” to signify his lost tribal name.
  • Appointed as assistant minister of Temple Number One in 1953.
  • In 1960, founded the newspaper, Muhammed Speaks, to further promote the message of the Nation of Islam.
  • Terminated relationship with Nation of Islam in 1964 and created the religious organization, Muslim Mosque, Inc.
  • Changed name to El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz and converted to traditional Islam during his pilgrimage to Mecca Saudi Arabia in 1964.

Medgar Evers – July 2, 1925 – June 22, 1963.

  • American civil rights activist from Mississippi.
  • Worked to overturn segregation at the University of Mississippi and enact social justice and voting rights.
  • Secretary for National Association for the Advancement of Color People (NAACP).
  • Worked on voting rights and registration, economic opportunity, access to public facilities, and other changes within segregated society.
  • Murdered by Byron De La Beckwith, a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
  • His murder and resulting trials inspired civil rights protests, as well as numerous works of art, music, and film.

Muhammed Ali – January 17, 1942 – June 3, 2016

  • Professional boxer and activist.
  • Won the gold medal in the light heavyweight division at the 1960 Summer Olympics.
  • In 1967, convicted of draft evasion, sentenced to five years in prison, fined $10,000, and banned from boxing for three years, after refusing induction into the United States Armed Forces, due to religious beliefs and opposition to American involvement in Vietnam.
  • Promoted racial pride for African-Americans and resistance to White domination during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement.
  • Widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated sports figures of the 20th century.
  • Ranked as the greatest athlete of the 20th century by Sports Illustrated and the Sports Personality of the Century by the BBC.

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Manic Monday! Violence Is Everywhere!

Goddess morning Royals 👑. First, give praise and worship to the all High.

Something needs to be done! Something must be done! Our men and women; boys and girls; Mothers and Fathers; Aunts and Uncles are dying at a rapid rate. They are being killed by the hands 😡 of our own kind. We are so hungry for what the next man has or is struggling for, that we can’t see the pain or the absence we are about to cause before we pull the trigger. We can’t see the families that will suffer. We can’t see the emptiness we are about to endure on someone else before our actions are already in play. Then the void happens and we could careless because we are now numb to the results. It then drives us to want more and because we are numbed to the aftermath we can’t see it come to us.

When it is your turn, your family all “why,” but they have no idea of your wrong doing or do they? Did they care when it was you or here doing what you had to do to get what they needed? Did they know of all the pain and suffering you caused? Were they aware of the voids you left in families? Were they immune to your emptiness you had within you? Now they want justice and why shouldn’t they if they had no clue, but I’d they did then their cries are just as hollow as the families you left to mourn for their loved ones.

Why so much violence? Why so much poverty? Why do much anger for your own kind? Why so much hate and no love for your brothers and sisters 💔😢😭? Because we bleed like you. We’re suffering as you are! We’re hurting and starving the same! We’re crying for help like you! We’re struggling through poverty! We’re clawing our way out just like you and had you allowed us to make, just maybe we all could have made it, but you stole our way out and now we have to begin again!

In the city of Baltimore, the violence is overwhelming. It looks difficult to see an end when you read things like this: https://foxbaltimore.com/news/local/city-in-crisis-violent-ceasefire-weekend Try better Citizens to be better than what they already call you “savages”.

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Saturday, Sit Down With Lady K.

Saturday, Sit Down With Lady K.

Goddess morning Royals 👑. First, give praise and worship to the all High.

I recently had the pleasure of watching a sister in arms go live and I love her energy, her truth, her beliefs, her point of view, her facts, etc. I love her and now choice to follow her. Below I am uploading the most recent post of her live that I had the pleasure of witnessing. Yes it is very blunt and to the point. I agree with her 💯 and strange strong with get on so many issues.

https://m.facebook.com/groups/102321993192143/wp/2939288319454792/?ext=1581420311&hash=AeSIKKi0vCOkkI9H

This woman is the truth and the issues she speaks on touched me. She got the nail on the head and so I’m sharing her message. Shame on those who oppose their people to stay faced. I talked about these issues myself and this is why I’m so supportive of her.

I’ll let you all see for yourself what I am talking about. She deep and I’m feeling her

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Freaky Friday – The Sexual Aggressor And Other Lies

Goddess morning Royals 👑. First, give praise and worship to the all High.

Are you all led to believe that males are physically the sexual aggressor? Well don’t believe the hype! This type of lie had contributed to the distortion in women’s health concepts and relationships. Penis penetration is caused by the hip movement is the man. Women equally have hips and can be by anatomical definition, the sexual aggressor. Anatomically, the man’s penis is compared of sponge tissue while the woman’s vagina is composed of muscle tissue. The penis is passive (lacks muscle activity) and the vagina is active (is a muscle). In other words, a man (male penis) the enters the cave of wonder (vagina) in which is attached by thousands of women (vaginal muscles) could never be considered an aggressive conqueror of the woman. *This belief is based upon rape. During rape, the erect penis can be forced into the vagina. However, during the normal sexual intercourse the male and female hips are both active. The penis is stimulated by the muscular structure of the vagina. An erect penis is classified under the Female Principle, while a flaccid penis comes under the Male Principle. Sexual aggression is culturally defined and based upon the see rituals and ceremonies of a culture.

Orgasms and ejaculation… Men associate orgasms with the good physical sensation of ejaculation and women believe it is the same as a climax. Orgasms is the pleasant holistic sensation caused by a physically stimulating climax caused by the elevation is the mind and spirit. Orgasms can be achieved without ejaculating sperm. Orgasm is a holistic expression of mental and spiritual balance. Orgasm is achieved by men and women when their Male and Famale Principles combine to stimulate the Pineal.

The female has the genetic code of her father (male principle) and the male has the genetic code and physical characteristics (nipples) of his mother (female principle). During holistic heterosexual intercourse, the male and female principle combine in a Holy Union – they become one. The pleasant physician sensation of this union reaches it’s highest height – orgasm during sexual intercourse. Each feeling (touching, hearing, etc.) and emotion (happiness, anger, etc.) has a threshold. A threshold is the lower limit the triggers a sensation and the upper limit whereby the sensation reaches it’s maximum level.

For example – a finger will get burnt (upper limit). Stimulation (real or imagined) of the glans penis (head is the penis) reaches threshold and send a signal to the frenulum (sensation center on the underside of the penis). The frenulum then trigger a climax and/or ejaculation. A climax is not an orgasms. An orgasms can only be achieved by the holistic union of the complementary sexes of male and female. A man with a man or a woman with a woman (homosexuals) can sexually masturbate each other to achieve a climax.

Men have a female principle or gentle or feminine (i.e., gentlemen) quality. A male principle has a feminine emotionalism (not to be confused with effeminate). Men should consciously and emotionally accept the female portion of their Male Principle. They were created by their mother and father, so they have half of each parent’s sexual, emotional, and physical characteristics.

A man can switch to the woman’s frequency during intercourse with the woman. A woman can switch to the man’s frequency. This dissolves and harmonizes the female/male division. This dissolution returns the woman and man to a non-sexual holistic energy level. This non-sexual energy is orgasmic because it is spiritual purity. Spiritual purity is culturally defined and had no beginning and no end. Orgasm is a holistic energy, which is beyond the pleasant sensation of a woman’s climax and a man’s ejaculation and climax. It is safe to say that very, very few men have had an orgasm. They have had a physically pleasant climax and pleasing sensation from ejaculation and not an orgasm.

An orgasm by African cultural definition is achieved by complementary sexes. It is a unit to two different sexes (male/female), which results in the man and woman joined together to form a complement-one unit. The physical being, psyche being, and spirit being join together to form one complementary human being. Man’s spirituality and mentality and woman’s spirituality and mentality join and form one spiritual human complement. Orgasm is the expression of wholism. Wholism is the expression of culture. People will have you believe that men and women are opposite sexes and can achieve a climax by masturbation, homosexuality, rape, sex with children, or electronic devices, masochism, sadism, anally, orally, and through necrophilia (intercourse with a dead person). Climax and orgasm are two different things. Orgasm is God-centered. Orgasms require MA’AT cultural sexual rituals and ceremonies. An African who is not free to practice their culture at all times and in all situations is in some form of slavery (i.e. psychological, religious, physical, oppression, sex colonialism, etc.). They are sexually colonized.

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Black History Facts

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Nat Turner – October 2, 1800 – November 11, 1831

  • Enslaved African-American who let a rebellion of slaves and free Blacks.
  • Nicknamed “The Prophet.”
  • He was a Christian preacher that traveled from plantation minutes to the so-called slaves about the word of God.
  • He said God spoke to him and told him to lead a revolt and kill his oppressors.
  • He used his preacher network to build his rebellion for freedom.
  • His fight for freedom killed 55 white supremacists.
  • Hanged after being Hodges and sentenced to death.

Percy Julian – April 11, 1899 – April 19, 1975

  • Research chemist and pioneer in the chemical synthesis of medicinal friends from plants.
  • First to synthesize the natural product physostigmine used to treat glaucoma and a pioneer in the industrial large-scale chemical synthesis of human hormones.
  • His work laid the foundation for the steroid drug industry’s production of cortisone, other corticosteroids, and birth control pills.
  • Started his own company to synthesize steroids intermediates from the wild Mexican yam.
  • Received more than 130 chemical patents.
  • One of the first African-Americans to receive a doctorate in chemistry; first African-American chemist inducted into the National Academy of Sciences.

Nina Simone – February 21, 1933 – April 21, 2003

  • Singer, songwriter, pianist, arranger, and civil rights activist.
  • Always included songs in repertoire that drew upon her African-American origins.
  • Openly addressed the racial inequality prevalent in the United States with the song “Mississippi Goddam” in 1964. Song called for racial relations to change and got more immediate developments.
  • Message to the public signified the transition from nob-violent approach to social change that was advocated by Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Received Grammy Hall of Fame Award for interpretation of “I Love You, Porgy” in 2000.
  • In 2010, statue in her honor erected on Trade Street, in her native Tryon, North Carolina.

Frances Cress Welsing – March 18, 1935 – January 2, 2016

  • American born Afrocentrist, psychiatrist and author.
  • Believed people of color needed to “liberate” themselves psychologically from white domination.
  • In 1974, authored The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy), that starts people of color must gain a better understanding of the “behavior maneuverings” of whites in order to avoid being manipulated into a subordinated position.”
  • In 1991, wrote, The Isis Papers: Keys to the Colors, a collection of 25 essays examining the neuroses of white supremacy.
  • Wrote about “melanin theory,” a claim that white people are the genetically defective descendants of albino mutants.
  • Felt whites strive to maintain a superior social position and manipulate non-whites and themselves into thinking that they are a worldwide numerical majority instead of the minority.

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Confession Thursday – Are You Encouraging A Broken Heart?

Goddess morning Royals 👑. First, give praise and worship to the all High.

It’s hard enough being heart broken but are you so bitter that you encourage others to be broken hearted as well. When you are in pain and your heart is broken do you push your hate on others? At the whim of their slight argument with their significant other do you push for a break up only because you are hurting. Are you so damaged you can’t see another person being happy?

I have witnessed this anger, treasonous behavior myself, wherein someone told me that I should leave my husband because of an argument. Can it be so bad for you and your life so miserable that you have to want others to join in your unhappiness? Granted I do understand your pain but why encourage other’s company.

Question is did you do all you can do to save your relationship or did you just give up because your argument was weak or your defense? I am not willing to give up at the sign of an argument. I am bigger and better than that. I am more committed in my relationship than just giving up. A battle isn’t won if a fight is fought.

I agree every relationship isn’t worth fighting but mine is and I will. No I will not fight if it’s over another woman. I will surrender because no one is worth fighting over to hurt another. If he wants another I will gladly move out the way for him to have her. That simply mean our time had run it’s course and now must end. As for fighting someone for him I simply will not do. I wouldn’t put him in that situation so I myself will not allow myself to be put in that position. I know my worth and it’s not acting like an ass to prove a point. As the song goes, “if you don’t know me by now, you will never, ever know me!”

It’s time you ladies and gentlemen, if you will, know your worth and not validations. Validate yourself and stop waiting for someone else’s to give you value. I’m priceless and no one is worth my morals, values, pride, joy and freedom.

Sending you all love and kisses. #GoddessLove