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Henry Highland Garnet died- February 13, 1882 in Monrovia, Liberia. In 1846, Garnet called for a slave revolt in the United States at the National Black Convention in Buffalo New York in a speech entitled, "An Address to the Slaves of the United States of America"

Henry Highland Garnet died- February 13, 1882 in Monrovia, Liberia. In 1846, Garnet called for a slave revolt in the United States at the National Black Convention in Buffalo New York in a speech entitled, "An Address to the Slaves of the United States of America"

When Jorge Biassou (1741-1801) arrived in St. Augustine in 1796, he was already a legend. He was the most fiery leader in the Haitian slave revolt against the French. He became a decorated Spanish general. He was Florida's only black caudillo (a militant political leader). He flaunted pagan religious practices, but was buried with full Catholic honors. A hero, a family man, a threat, and a spectacle; this ex-slave demanded respect.

When Jorge Biassou (1741-1801) arrived in St. Augustine in 1796, he was already a legend. He was the most fiery leader in the Haitian slave revolt against the French. He became a decorated Spanish general. He was Florida's only black caudillo (a militant political leader). He flaunted pagan religious practices, but was buried with full Catholic honors. A hero, a family man, a threat, and a spectacle; this ex-slave demanded respect.

George Junius Stinney Jr.  Edad: 14  Los niños y adolescentes asesinos (lista) Parte 1  Era un niño pobre, negro y analfabeto de un tranquilo pueblo del sur de EE UU. Una soleada mañana de primavera acabó con la vida de dos niñas blancas: Betty June Binnicker, 11 años, y su amiga Mary Emma Thames, de 8 años, que habían salido de casa a recoger flores.   George Junius Stinney Jr. fue condenado a pena de muerte por un jurado blanco, el 16 de junio de 1944.

Los niños y adolescentes asesinos (lista) Parte 1

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Dr. Pauli Murray: Black, Queer, Feminist, Erased from History: Meet the Most Important Legal Scholar You’ve Likely Never Heard Of | Salon.com

Dr. Pauli Murray: Black, Queer, Feminist, Erased from History: Meet the Most Important Legal Scholar You’ve Likely Never Heard Of | Salon.com

La matemática Dorothy Johnson Vaughan (1910-2008) nació un 20 de septiembre.

La matemática Dorothy Johnson Vaughan nació un 20 de septiembre. Fue profesora de matemáticas en una escuela de secundaria de Virginia, hasta que entró a trabajar en la National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), la

Benjamin Montgomery was born into slavery in 1819 in Loudon County, Virginia. Montgomery obtained employment at a general store owned by his master Joseph Davis. He would eventually take over the entire purchasing and shipping operations of the store. During those days, merchandise was shipped by boat on the rivers connecting counties and states. However a timely shipment was not guaranteed since the depths of water in different spots throughout the river made navigation difficult.

5 Inventions by Enslaved Black Men Blocked by US Patent Office

Benjamin Montgomery was born into slavery in 1819 in Loudon County, Virginia. Montgomery obtained employment at a general store owned by his master Joseph Davis. He would eventually take over the entire purchasing and shipping operations of the store. During those days, merchandise was shipped by boat on the rivers connecting counties and states. However a timely shipment was not guaranteed since the depths of water in different spots throughout the river made navigation difficult.

James Forten  Forten began experimenting with different types of sails for ships and finally invented one that he found was better suited for maneuvering and maintaining greater speeds. Although he did not patent the sail, he was able to benefit financially, as his sailing loft became one of the most successful and prosperous ones in Philadelphia.

James Forten Forten began experimenting with different types of sails for ships and finally invented one that he found was better suited for maneuvering and maintaining greater speeds. Although he did not patent the sail, he was able to benefit financially, as his sailing loft became one of the most successful and prosperous ones in Philadelphia.

Benjamin T. Montgomery, a former slave, bought the plantations of Confederate President Jefferson Davis at the end of the Civil War, and became one of the biggest cotton planters in Mississippi.

Benjamin T. Montgomery, a former slave, bought the plantations of Confederate President Jefferson Davis at the end of the Civil War, and became one of the biggest cotton planters in Mississippi.

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De Bartolomé de las Casas a Toni Morrison : Narrativa de la esclavitud

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