Greetings and Blessings family this your brother #MrRiggs just a reminder for any one that’s what to get involved with the #blackhistoryweekender on the 3rd and 4th of August to make it must beautiful weekend to remember 2 days of learning, bonding, fun, excitement and finding out who you are as one family there will be many things happening on the days of Black experience and there will be a African market a weekend not to be missed inbox me if you what to get involved and become a tourist as there will be tours on the days August is are month let’s take it back BLACKHISTORY weekender The theme is it takes a village to raise a child which will have two parts the biggest BLACKHISTORY tour in London in which it will have a photographic point and museum and the other part will be all day African market at Acklem village with speakers and entertainment on the 3rd between 8am and 9am we will meet at the embankment Cleopatra needle 9am start and on the 4th meet a the Victoria and Albert Museum between 9:30 10:00am if you get the flyer you will get the meeting point to get you into the photograph for the history in the making legacy book don’t miss it it will be powerful and it will be live on blackicetv7 all one word on YouTube see you there. https://youtu.be/z00dgUmmrNg #nubeginning#theyearoftheafrican#legacies#blackicetv7#hkthbaby#historyinthemaking#guidinganewgeneration#lifeisforliving#blackhistory#blackhistoryevent a weekend of fun Supreme advertising and distributions: @blackicetv7@imguilhemc@mrRiiggz@historicalwalker
🗓#BornThisDayInHistory... 𝗝𝗨𝗟𝗬 𝟮𝟭, 𝟭𝟴𝟭𝟴: Genius mathematician and civil rights activist, Charles L. Reason, was born. #HappyBirthday , Charles.
Charles Lewis Reason, #bornthisday in 1818, was a child prodigy in mathematics, and would apply his unique intelligence to become the first African-American university professor at a predominantly white college in the United States.
Mr. Reason had the most impact as an educator in New York City, where he was instrumental in the fight to end racial segregation in the city's public schools. In 1873, his efforts led to the passage of an statute that officially abolished segregation in New York's public schools.
A man of many talents, Mr. Reason was also a gifted writer of poetry. His most famous poems are “Freedom”, “The Spirit Voice” and “Silent Thoughts.” Charles L. Reason passed in 1893 at the age of 75.
Visit the following link to read Mr. Reason's poems: 𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐲𝐮𝐫𝐥.𝐜𝐨𝐦/𝐂𝐋𝐑-𝐩𝐨𝐞𝐭𝐫𝐲
#QueenB this is way too much for just Africans 😢
This the most Precious Gift
Your skin shine like pearl, the best skin in the world, I never trade you for anybody in the world,, Black history had never been celebrated in such a Royalty as mind blowing as it has it in this song ,This is an amazing Gift from #QueenB Bless with an angelic vocals from #AYO#Wizkid & Blue ivy ,This is a Royalty gift on a platter of Diamonds 💃 ♥ Not just to Africa but to black history all over this beautiful planet 🌍Earth 🌍 😢 ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Le Modèle Noir at Orsay is certainly the most important show of the year. More than an exhibition (and an exemplary catalogue), it’s a moving journey into the personal lives of Joseph, Lala, Aïcha and other incredible hidden figures who shaped modern art history, and a revealing study on the ones we though we knew, like Théodore Chassériau. Despite being visually very pleasing, it doesn’t avoid disturbing aspects regarding our history and legacy (also as art historians). #Landmark // Gericault, Study of Joseph for le Radeau de la Meduse(1819) / Chassériau, Etude d’apres Joseph (1838) / Degas, Miss Lala au Cirque Fernando (1879) (known through @lindawolksimon ) // #BlackModel#ArtHistory#blackhistory#ourhistory#modelenoir