Top 5 overlooked facts about the history of black color 2

Top 5 overlooked facts about the history of black color

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Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks are mentioned (and rightly so) in Black History Month, but there are many interesting facts and fascinating numbers that are overlooked too often! Have you ever heard of Claudette Colvin or Allensworth, California? Can you name one of the remarkable achievements in black geekery? Check out this episode of WatchMojo top 5 facts for these facts and more!

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26 thoughts on “Top 5 overlooked facts about the history of black color”

  1. I'm so proud to be black, the strength of our black people is second-to-none during this period in time, getting by with their religious Faith with songs like we shall overcome, when I was in high school, I signed up for that course because they wasn't teaching me anything about my own people and their accomplishments,my only wish is that most young people would embrace this more and to really understand where we came from and the people who have given us so much.,πŸ™„πŸ™πŸΏπŸ™πŸΏβœŒπŸΏπŸŒš

  2. I clicked on this because of Claudette Colvin. I'd never heard of her until I was looking into people I share my birthday, September 5, with and discovered her independently.

  3. thank you. very informative and enlightening. it's always interesting in studying black history that I find something new that I didn't know before. it seems that studying black history helps me to be a better person. learning more of my roots. the slavery and civil rights era are always the saddest to watch but I don't dwell on it. what I find so fascinating is the many many black inventors. writers. doctors. lawyers.an the list goes on and on. just seeing the brilliance of their minds uplifts me. but most of all are the great leaders we've had. Martin Luther King. Benjamin Hooks. and many others in the Civil Rights era. and there are many many others. I can't list them all. and all the way back to the slavery era. Harriet Tubman. and many more I can't list. but all of these people who I am very thankful an grateful for what they did for us. their name. face. an memory will be forever etched in my mind. YES they need not just a course in black history BUT BLENDED in with American history. after all America was mostly built from the sweat an labor of slaves. just as Egypt's pyramid built by slaves. there also should be a better history on Indians in schools. another incredible beautiful race of people. I'm learning more about Indian tribal history from cowboy movies and from YouTube. than I find in history books. lest we forget they were here first.

  4. Nice vid, at least to me its nice. I was curious about Allenworth and California. It would be nice if someone gave more insight on who blacks are whether free or slaves because it encapsulates all men.

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