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What If There Was No Black People (The Afrikans

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on March 18, 2015 at 6:05 PM Comments comments (2)

A DAY LIKE NO OTHER DAY  ALTERNATE REALITY .


This is a story of a little boy named Theo, who woke up one morning and asked his Grandfather, "What if there were no Black people in the world?"

Well,Grandfather about that for a moment and then said, "Son, follow me around today and let's just see what it would be like if the...

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How White Scholars/Educators Delibrately Reduced Black History To Only Slavery/Colonization ,Totally Excluding Blacks Ancient Civilizations.

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on March 12, 2015 at 6:20 AM Comments comments (4)

Have You Ever Wondered Why Is It That White Scholars/Educators deliberately reduces Black history to Only Slavery While Totally Excluding Black Ancient Civilizations?

How White Scholars/Educators Delibrately Reduced Black History To Only Slavery/Colonization ,Totally Excluding Blacks Ancient Civilizations.



 

Although Egypt is l...

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Lloyd Hall Inventor Of Food Preservation And Sterilization Revolutionized The Way Foods Were Processed.

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on August 22, 2014 at 3:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Lloyd Hall Inventor Of Food Preservation And Sterilization Revolutionized The Way Foods Were Processed.

In the course of his work, Hall publish more than 5 scientific papers and receive more than 100 patents.


Lloyd Hall was born on June 20, 1894 in Elgin, Illinois. He was an honor student while attending West Side High School in Aurora, Illinois and captained the school debate team while competing in baseball, fo...

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Thomas L.Jennings Was The First Black Man To Receive A Patent The patent Awarded On March 3, 1821

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on January 21, 2014 at 8:30 AM Comments comments (5)

Thomas L. Jennings (1791–1856) was the first African-American to be granted a patent, March 03, 1821 (U.S. patent 3306x). Jennings’ patent was for a dry cleaning process called “dry scouring”, which would go on to make modern-day dry cleaning possible. In his early 20s he became a tailor but then opened a dry cleaning business in New York City. While running his business Jennings developed dry-scouring and patented the process at age 30.

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African-American Slaves Constructed U.S. Capitol And The White House

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on January 6, 2014 at 3:05 AM Comments comments (0)

 African-American Slaves Constructed U.S. Capitol And The White House.Out of just about the 600 or so people who worked on the Capitol, about 400 were African-American slaves." -

Jesse Holland, "Black Men Built the Capitol"




Jesse Holland, "Black Men Built the Capitol"

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How Africa Business Man Noah Samara Did Battle US Government To Launch His Own Satellite.

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on December 30, 2013 at 7:15 AM Comments comments (2)

Wikipedia calls it a mystery, so I had no link. But since I have personal knowledge of the incident, I will explain it from memory.


You see in the late 1990s an Afirkan businessman named Noah Samara did battle with the US by generating the necessary funds to launch his own satellite. They played by the rules; they produced all of the required do...

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Dr Mark Dean-An African American Invented Many Of The Programming For The Internet Experiences We Enjoy Today

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on November 28, 2013 at 3:35 AM Comments comments (1)

Many Africans and African Americans unknowingly highlight the false Intellecturing of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates without realising that Dr Mark Dean - an African American invented many of the programming for the internet experiences we enjoy today. You may not have heard of Dr Mark Dean and you aren't alone because everything in your computer life has been affected bushman his work.


 

Dr Mark Dean is a PHD...

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Our Ancestors built the Pyramids!

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on November 24, 2013 at 2:10 PM Comments comments (0)

"If you think that your history began with slavery then the best you will hope to be is a good slave."-Kwame Ture

Our Ancestors built the Pyramids!

What Temple, Church or Mosque comes to comparison?!

AN ASIAN ORIGIN? studying CHEIKH ANATA DIOP

The following is based on “An Asian Origin?”, chapter five of Cheikh Anta Diop’s “The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality” (1974):

Diop, writing in the early 1950s, said that Egypti...

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How Europe learned from Africa And European views before the Slavery

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on November 11, 2013 at 5:25 PM Comments comments (13)

Africa's History did not start in Slavery.Some of the world's other great civilisations, such as Kush, Axum , Ghana , Mali , Oyo empire and Great Zimbabwe , also flourished in Africa and some major scientific advances were known in Africa long before they were known in Europe . Towards the middle of the 12 th century, the north African scientist, Al Idrisi, wrote, ‘What results from the opinion of philosophers, learned men and those skilled in observation of the heavenly bodies, is that...

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Historians Say That This Black Man Who Nearly Killed His Master Was The Real Lone Ranger.

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on November 11, 2013 at 1:55 PM Comments comments (1)

Historians Say that this Black Man Who Nearly Killed His Master was the Real Lone Ranger.


The Lone Ranger, who has become a western icon, is surprisingly an African-American man named Bass Reeves. Many details of his real life were omitted out of the Lone Ranger story, the biggest detail being that he was in fact a black man. The basics of his life remained the same however. Reeves was a lawman who hunted bad guy...

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Four Nigerian Teenage Girls Develop a Urine-Powered Generator

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on November 11, 2012 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (5)

Four Nigerian Teenage Girls Develop a Urine-Powered Generator.

Four teenage girls, Duro-Aina Adebola (14), Akindele Abiola (14), Faleke Oluwatoyin (14) and Bello Eniola (15) have stunned the country with their invention of a urine powered generator at this year’s Maker Faire Africa, an event which shows off innovations, inventions, and initiatives that solve immediate challenges and problems, and then works to support and propagate them. The teenagers’ invention was one of t...

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The inventor of the Cellular phone is Henry Sampson

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on August 28, 2012 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (13)

The inventor of the Cellular phone is Henry Sampson, Jr. Sampson is an African-American from Jackson , Mississippi . He attended Morehouse College and transferred to Purdue. He received an MS in Engineering from the

University Of California. He was awarded an MS in Nuclear Engineering from Illinois and his Ph.D from Illinois . Sampson is the first African-American to receive a Ph.D in Nuclear Engineering.I...

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Pablo Fanque (born William Darby 28 February 1796 in Norwich,[1] England ; died 4 May 1871 in Stockport, England) was the first blackcircus proprietor in Britain. His circus

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on July 16, 2012 at 1:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Pablo Fanque (born William Darby 28 February 1796 in Norwich,[1] England ; died 4 May 1871 in Stockport, England) was the first blackcircus proprietor in Britain. His circus, in which he himself was a performer, was the most popular circus in Victorian Britain for 30 years,[2][3][4] a period that is regarded as the golden age of the circus.[5] Today, Pablo Fanque is best known from his mention in The Beatles song “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!” on the album Sgt. Pepper’...

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Sir Samuel Layinka Ayodeji Manuwa, (1903-1976) The man who invented an excision knife to treat tropical ulcers

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on April 25, 2012 at 4:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Samuel Layinka Ayodeji Manuwa, KT, CMG, OBE (1903–1976) The man who invented an excision knife to treat tropical ulcers. was a pioneering Nigerian surgeon, Inspector General of Medical Services and former Chief Medical Adviser to the Federal Government of Nigeria. He was the first Nigerian to pass the FRCS . and he graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1934. In 1966, he was elected president of the World Federation for Mental Health. During his lifetime he served as a Nigeria...

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Writer,producer,director Oscar Micheaux was the first African-American to produce a feature length film

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on April 22, 2012 at 12:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Writer, producer, director Oscar Micheaux was the first African-American to produce a feature length film, and one of the most prolific independent film producers of all time. He is considered a major figure in early American films and a symbol of the artist triumphing over long odds to bring his vision to the public.

               

Born in 188...

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Physicist and Africa America inventor George Carruthers built his first telescope at age 10.

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on April 20, 2012 at 1:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Physicist and inventor George Carruthers built his first telescope at age 10, and has spent the rest of his life making important contributions to the study of outer space. Carruthers has developed ways to use ultraviolet imaging in order to view images in deep space that were previously impossible to see. In 1972, Carruthers invented the "Far Ultraviolet Camera/Spectograph," the first moon-based observatory. It was used in the Apollo 16 mission. Then, in 1986, one of his inventions captured ...

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Benjamin Montgomery - born into slavery in 1819 in Loudon County, Virginia. Benjamin invented a special propeller which allowed steamboats to navigate in shallow water.

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on March 9, 2012 at 1:15 PM Comments comments (2)

Benjamin Montgomery - born into slavery in 1819 in Loudon County, Virginia. Benjamin invented a special propeller which allowed steamboats to navigate in

shallow water.

by John H. Lienhard - Today, we ask, "Who should own a patent?" The University of Houston's College of Engineering presents this series about the machines that make our civilization run, and the people whose ingenuity created them.

I'm troubled by the patent and copyright syst...

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A History of Black Hair From the 1400s to Present

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on February 29, 2012 at 3:10 PM Comments comments (13)

A History of Black Hair From the 1400s to Present. 1920s: Marcus Garvey, a black nationalist, urges followers to embrace their natural hair and reclaim an African aesthetic.

Woman (Mbororo) in Foumban, Cameroon. Originally published 1919.


1444: Europeans trade on the west coast of Africa with people wearing elaborate hairstyles, including locks, plaits and twists.

1619: First slaves ...

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A Slave Bradley Helped Set Up Scientific Experiments.In The 1840s He Developed a Steam Engine For a War Ship.

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on February 26, 2012 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (1)

Benjamin Bradley Born: 1830.A slave, Bradley worked at a printing office and later at the Annapolis Naval Academy, where he helped set up scientific experiments. In the 1840s he developed a steam engine for a war ship. Because he was not a free man he was unable to patent his work, he sold it and with the proceeds purchased his freedom. Benjamin Bradley was born around 1830 as a slave in Maryland. He was able to read and write, although at the time it was illegal for a slave to do so (he lik...

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Daniel Hale Williams was a pioneer surgeon best known for performing one of the first successful open heart surgeries in 1893

Posted by The Reunion Black Family on February 23, 2012 at 2:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Williams, Daniel Hale (1856-1931)

. Williams was born in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. His medical career began in 1878 during a two-year apprenticeship in the office of physician, Henry Palmer, in Wisconsin. From 1880 to 1883 Williams attended Chicago Medical College, Northwestern Medical School, and received his M.D.

Immediately after graduation Williams opened his own practice in Chicago. Prior to success...

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