Black History Facts

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

Noble Drew Ali January 8, 1886 – July 29, 1929

  • Born Timothy Drew, but known as Noble Drew Ali.
  • Founder of the Moorish Science Temple of America in 1913.
  • Promoted belief that African-Americans are of Moorish ancestry, specifically from “Moroccan Empire.”
  • Included the projected ideologies of spiritual growth and evolution, as well as, enlightenment and oneness of Allah.
  • Urged Americans of all races to reject hate and embrace love.

Ida B. Wells July 16, 1862 – March 25, 1931

  • Journalist, newspaper editor, suffragist, sociologist, feminist.
  • A leader of the Civil Rights Movement; active in women’s suffrage and rights.
  • In 1887, she sued the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company for $500 and won, but had her case overturned by the Supreme Court of Tennessee. She bought a portion of a Memphis newspaper, the Free Speech and Headlight, and used it as her platform to champion African American Civil Rights.
  • Co-founder the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in 1909.
  • Documented lynching in the United States in the 1890’s; wrote that it was often used in the South as a way to control or punish Black people who competed with whites.

Carter G. Woodson December 19, 1875 – April 3, 1950

  • Historian, author, and journalist.
  • In 1903, he earned a B.L. degree from Berea College. In 1908, he earned an M.A. in History from University of Chicago. In 1912, he earned his doctorate in History from Harvard University.
  • Co-founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (later known as (Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History) in 1915.
  • Authored The Mis-Education of the Negro in 1933, one of the most important books of the 20th century.
  • Established The Journal of Negro History in 1915.
  • Launched the celebration of “Negro History Week,” in 1926, eventually expanded and renamed Black History Month.

Haile Selassie I July 23, 1892 – August 27, 1975

  • Ethiopia’s regent from 1916 to 1930; emperor from 1930 to 1974.
  • Served as chairperson of the Organisation of African Unity.
  • A former member of the Solomonic Dynasty.
  • Forced into exile after Italy invaded Ethiopia in 1936; became the fae of the resistance and went before the League of Nations in Geneva for assistance. He secured the help of the British in reclaiming his country and reinstituting his power as emperor in 1941.
  • Internationalist views led to Ethiopia becoming a charter member of the United Nations.
  • Rastafari movement perceives Haile Selassie as a messianic figure who will lead a future golden age of eternal peace, righteousness , and prosperity.

Sending you all love and kisses. #GoddesLove

Black History Facts

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

Haitian Revolution 1791 – 1804

  • Successful anti-slavery and anti-colonial insurrection overthrowing the French.
  • Let to the West pulling out of the institution of slavery throughout the Americas.
  • Only slave uprising that led to the founding of a state, free from slavery, and ruled by non-whites and former captives.
  • Self-liberated slaves destroyed slavery, fought to preserve their freedom, and with the collaboration of mulattoes, found the sovereign state of Haiti.
  • Challenged long-held beliefs about Black inferiority and enslaved person’s capacity to achieve and maintain freedom.

Harlem Renaissance Harlem, New York: 1920s – Mid 1930s

  • A cultural, social, and artistic explosion, “New Negro Movement.”
  • Grew out of the changes that had taken place in the African-American community since the abolition of slavery.
  • Period of time when African-Americans were encouraged to celebrate their heritage, racial pride, creative expression, and intellectualism.
  • Significant figures included: Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Claude McKay, Zora Neale Hurston, Bessie Smith,Paul Robeson, and Langston Hughes.

Without anything but their life on the line, many people of color did what was necessary and right to live. They fought to the death so that we (people of color) could live how we live today. What are we doing to pay honor to their struggle? How are we re-paying them for their blood, death, and sacrifice? What are we doing to make a future for those who will come behind us? If you cannot answer these questions because there is no mark you’re leaving for your future generations, then the answer is nothing. We have to do better since we have more than what they had to make what we have a reality.

Sending you all love and kisses. #GoddessLove

The Truth About Her


Have you ever met a woman who you just had to have?  Have you ever wanted her to yourself?  If she had children, you wanted to send them away to be with their father or just away period?  She was the kind of woman who made you laugh, cry, smile, blush, shy away, nervous and horny all in one breath.  She could make the muscle in the pit of your stomach hurt for days and you had no idea why.  She could make you desire the deadliest poison even if in your right mind you knew it could kill you.  If not then let me introduce you the Mercedes Walker.  Her body alone makes you want her but her mind in its self is a whole other concern by itself.  She let you know from the beginning it will only be about sex and then when you do, you forget about life and want only to do what she wants and says.

Mercedes Walker was born ordinary but she grew to learn that it’s Mercedes’ world and she used that power to where she is today.  Did she use the numerator to get to the denominator?  The truth is she know things that most know but are afraid to use it to the best of their abilities.   So, the answer is simply, yes.  Without lifting a hand, she always gets what she wants because she always has someone and everyone to answer her every waken beck and call.

What do you asked could a woman do with so much power and why would any want to rule in such a dysfunctional manner?  Well Mercedes is not your average woman and she will never be any less than what she can be.


Hatred such a ugly word, but one often heard.
Is it possible to hate what you have created?
Pregnancy over masturbation; sex or abstinent.
Reality hits hard when a struggle becomes desire.
Your worst fear becomes your world.
Failure is what your dreams are about and success is your nightmares.
Hating the world for your lost but loving on one for your gain.
Embracing heartache and pain.
closing out happiness and love.
Hated by all and loved by one.
Dare to be real and want to be fake.
Hatred lyes deep down inside until you allow it to live on the surface.
Walk around everyday with a frown on your face.
Sitting in corners with a room full of people, hoping no one wants to meet not talk to you.
Never wishing for happiness on depression.
Distancing yourself from the world but never get far.
Feeling closed off and not accepted.
Lying to yourself about your feelings, wanting to cause pain but not sure where or how.
Hating yourself because of uncertainty, but devoted to confusion.

If it doesn’t stop now and change for the best you could end up in the darkest hole by yourself for real. Then you’ll see pain, frustration, anguish, desperation, and dysfunction like you never saw or felt before in life.