Descended from the warlike Vandal race,
She still preserves that title in her face.
Tho’ shone their triumphs o’er Numidia’s plain,
And Alusian fields their name retain;
They but subdued the southern world with arms,
She conquers still with her triumphant charms,
O! born for rule, – to whose victorious brow
The greatest monarch of the north must bow. Continue reading Queen Charlotte and The British Royal Bloodline.
“I tell you then I will, and you shall call me child, and so I will be for ever and ever your countryman.” Continue reading Pocahontas – Peacekeeper or Traitor?
In honor of Black History Month I thought it was important to highlight some of the inventions of Black Americans. Every year, we learn about the achievements of Black Americans during the month of February. Achievements always include a list of black inventions but these lists never really go into detail of how inventors came up with their ideas that they brought to fruition. After … Continue reading From Oppression to Invention – Seven Black American Inventors.
At the beginning of every year, we Americans know that the second month of the calendar year belongs to black history. The month of February celebrates the achievements and history of black culture in the United States. Little is known or shared of how this came to be. Some believe it resulted because of the civil rights movement in the 60s and 70s. Others believe … Continue reading How Black History Got Its Own Month
“So we are likely to form part of the pageant — be a tail to the Grant kite” Continue reading A Not So Amicable Inauguration
An African King who delayed the British Invasion of West Africa. Continue reading King Jaja – Nigeria’s First Millionaire
It seems way out of the world without a sight of the sea —in fact, more like some suburb of hell. Continue reading The Cuban Holocaust
The study was initially planned to last for only 6 months, but it would not end until 40 years later. Continue reading The Tuskegee Study – Why blacks are hesitant to take the covid vaccine.
“People take Juice of Small-Pox; and Cut the Skin, and put in a drop.” Continue reading The African Healer
Behold not with anger the sins of man, but forgive and cleanse. Continue reading The Last Hawaiian Queen