History and Documentaries

13 SHAMEFUL Pictures of Europeans Placing African People in Human Zoos

In the late 1800s to well into the 1900s, Europeans created “human zoos” in cities like Paris; Hamburg, Germany; Antwerp, Belgium; Barcelona, Spain; London; Milan; Warsaw, Poland; St Louis; and New York City. These were popular human exhibits where whites went to watch Black people who were on display. The Black people were usually forced to live behind gates and in cages similar to animals in ...

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11 Ancient African Writing Systems That Demolish the Myth that Black People were Illiterate

The importance of oral culture and tradition in Africa and the recent dominance of European languages through colonialism, among other factors, has led to the misconception that the languages of Africa either have no written form or have been put to writing only very recently. However, Africa has the world’s oldest and largest collection of ancient writing systems. The evidence dates ...

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Colonial Film (1870s-1940s) (Documentary)

Gold Coast, British West Africa / Colonial Film (1870s-1940s) Ghana during colonial, imperial times in its pre-independence, British colony state. The Gold Coast (now Ghana) became an official British colony in 1874. The Gold Coast’s name derives from its most treasured and valuable resource, which is gold. In the beginning of time, it was known as the Empire of Ancient ...

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Top 10 Most Evil Men

Ever thought of most evil people ever lived? Only one is African! The most unfortunate aspect to researching this list was the realization that that I could do a top 100 most evil men and still have a multitude of people for a second list! The selection of this list is based not upon death tolls, but upon the general ...

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