Harriet Tubman photograph from the antebellum period in the 19th century
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Harriet Tubman Film Highlights the Leading Role of Africans in Their Own Liberation

By Abayomi Azikiwe Film review Title: Harriet Director: Kasi Lemmons Producers: Gregory Allen Howard, Debra Martin Chase, Daniela Taplin Lundberg Screenplay: Gregory Allen Howard, Kasi Lemmons Starring: Cynthia Erivo as Harriet Tubman along with Leslie […]

James Baldwin
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omas Fernandez Robaina and Gisela Arandia with others in Detroit
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Cubans visit Detroit to share information on the African presence

By Abayomi Azikiwe Detroit has been a center of interest and support of the Cuban Revolution for many decades where the majority-African-American population has engaged in various projects to enhance interactions between both geopolitical regions. […]

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Wright Museum Protest 03-12-2019
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Five officers of the Women’s League, Newport, RI
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Women’s Suffrage and African Emancipation During the 19th Century

By Abayomi Azikiwe Since the mid-19th century there has been a periodic interrelationship between the movements for African emancipation and women’s liberation. Of course, these convergences have not been without serious contradictions, particularly in light […]

Africans thrown overboard for insurance money
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In August 1619, slaves began arriving in Jamestown. Over the next couple hundred years, slavery would explode in Virginia and surrounding states.
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