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Colombia: Preserving Afro-Colombian Culture in San Basilio de Palenque

Afro Descendence, The invisible side of Mexico : AFRODESCENDENCIA: EL LADO INVISIBLE DE MÉXICO

Afro Descendence, The invisible side of Mexico : AFRODESCENDENCIA: EL LADO INVISIBLE DE MÉXICO

(Mexico) Afro-Mexicanos are celebrated for their contribution to the Independence of Mexico in 2011 with the Año Internacional de los Afrodescendientes established by the UN.

(Mexico) Afro-Mexicanos are celebrated for their contribution to the Independence of Mexico in 2011 with the Año Internacional de los Afrodescendientes established by the UN.

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lumbalú

Foto: Unknown Artist (Senegal), Portrait of a Woman, ca. 1910. Retrato de una mujer senegalesa tomado, en torno a 1910, por un fotógrafo desconocido

Foto: Unknown Artist (Senegal), Portrait of a Woman, ca. 1910. Retrato de una mujer senegalesa tomado, en torno a 1910, por un fotógrafo desconocido

1740: “Bloody Mose”, batalla en Florida. Uno de los origenes de la actual milicia de Florida que tiene en su escudo un morrión

1740: “Bloody Mose”, batalla en Florida. Uno de los origenes de la actual milicia de Florida que tiene en su escudo un morrión

Dr. Ernest Everett Just (8-14-1883 – 10-27-1941) was a pioneering African American biologist, academic & science writer. His main legacy is his recognition of the fundamental role of the cell surface in the development of organisms. He sought the truth using scientific methods and inquiry; was bold enough to challenge the theories of leading biologists of the 19th/20th centuries. He added to our understanding of the process of artificial parthenogenesis and the physiology of cell…

¿Alguna vez un negro ha inventado algo?

Dr. Ernest Everett Just (8-14-1883 – 10-27-1941) was a pioneering African American biologist, academic & science writer. His main legacy is his recognition of the fundamental role of the cell surface in the development of organisms. He sought the truth using scientific methods and inquiry; was bold enough to challenge the theories of leading biologists of the 19th/20th centuries. He added to our understanding of the process of artificial parthenogenesis and the physiology of cell…

Joe Louis and Jesse Owens (1935) Two great champions!!! Black history folks

Joe Louis and Jesse Owens (1935) Two great champions!!! Black history folks