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Black Empowerment 6: Malcolm X the Indomitable

Black Empowerment 6: Malcolm X the Indomitable

by Anurag Sharma
Malcolm “X” Little was born in Omaha, Nebraska during a time where blacks were treated inferior to whites and racial inequality was at an all-time ...
How Twitter tries to boycott black owned businesses

How Twitter tries to boycott black owned businesses

by Tarek Black Legacy
  The famous social media platform doesn’t let black businesses advertise on their website and celebrate black history on behalf of « hate and sens...
Black Empowerment 5 : Huey Newton the Black Panther king

Black Empowerment 5 : Huey Newton the Black Panther king

by Tarek Black Legacy
Huey P. Newton was a political activist who co-founded the Black Panther Party along with Bobby Seale. He was a prominent figure who contributed a ...
Black Empowerment IV: Shaka Zulu, the great warrior and emperor

Black Empowerment IV: Shaka Zulu, the great warrior and emperor

by Tarek Black Legacy
Shaka kaSenzangakhona, also famously known as Shaka Zulu, was born into the small clan of Zulus in 1787 near Melmoth in the KwaZulu-Natal Province,...
Black Business I: Interview of Lynn Smith, the founder of Che' Beautiful

Black Business I: Interview of Lynn Smith, the founder of Che' Beautiful

by Tarek Black Legacy
For the 1st article of the Black Business serie, we interviewed Lynn Smith. Lynn created the succesful Beauty products' brand Che' Beautiful. Today...
Black Empowerment III: Michael Jordan, the winning spirit

Black Empowerment III: Michael Jordan, the winning spirit

by Tarek Black Legacy
He is the man, the most famous player and probably the best in the History of basket ball. He won NBA Championship 6 times, MPV trophy 5 times, a d...
Black Empowerment II: Frederick Douglass, the fugitive slave who changed America

Black Empowerment II: Frederick Douglass, the fugitive slave who changed America

by Tarek Black Legacy
Frederick Douglass, born a slave in 1818 in the Maryland, was a genius writer and orator who became a figure of the abolition of slavery. After liv...
Black Empowerment I : Marcus Garvey, the Prophet of Black Unity

Black Empowerment I : Marcus Garvey, the Prophet of Black Unity

by Tarek Black Legacy
Marcus Garvey was born the 17th of August 1887 in Saint Ann’s Bay, Jamaïca. The “Black Moses”, as the Rastafari movement call him, is one of the fo...
Black Live Matter Part I : Origins of the movement

Black Live Matter Part I : Origins of the movement

by Tarek Black Legacy
The movement Black Lives Matter was launched by three African American women : Alicia Garza, ¨Patrisse Cullors and Opral Tometi, the latter directo...
Pan-Africanism (Part I): Meaning and Origins of the worldwide Black emancipation movement

Pan-Africanism (Part I): Meaning and Origins of the worldwide Black emancipation movement

by Tarek Black Legacy
Destiny of Africa should lay in the hands of its children     Pan-Africanism is the belief that the destiny of Africa should lay in the hands of it...
Malcolm X : the Black Power Hero

Malcolm X : the Black Power Hero

by Tarek Black Legacy
A childhood marked by injustice   Throughout the beginning of the 20th Century, and even before then, it was not easy to be black. The white people...
Blaxploitation : Black movies for Black people

Blaxploitation : Black movies for Black people

by Tarek Black Legacy
What are Blaxploitation movies?   Blaxploitation (mix of the words “black” and “exploitation”) is the ethnic subgenre of the exploitation film, wh...