STAX: Soulsville U.S.A. | Official Trailer | HBO

The opera “Omar,” on a Muslim slave in America: loosely follows the life of Omar ibn Said, and is based on his autobiography A Muslim American Slave: The Life of Omar ibn Said, written in 1831, mostly in Arabic. It is the only known memoir written by a slave in America in Arabic.[1] The work was translated into English by Ala Alryyes and published by the University of Wisconsin Press in 2011

The Memphis massacre of 1866 was a series of violent events that occurred from May 1 to 3, 1866 in Memphis, Tennessee. The racial violence was ignited by political and social racism following the American Civil War, in the early stages of Reconstruction

Bessie Stringfield (born Betsy Beatrice White; 1911 or 1912 – February 16, 1993), also known as the “Motorcycle Queen of Miami”, was an American motorcyclist who was the first African-American woman to ride across the United States solo, and was one of the few civilian motorcycle dispatch riders for the US Army during World War II

Searching for Augusta Savage | Full Documentary | American Masters Shorts | PBS

Convict Leasing | Black History in Two Minutes or So.

Convict Leasing | Black History in Two Minutes or So.

Roger J. Carter: Rebel Revolutionary

ABC Tried to Bury This James Baldwin Interview. Four Decades Later, It’s Blisteringly Relevant.

Why Blackface is still part of Dutch holidays

Strong Black Lead: ‘This is a new day, bulit from the ground broken by legends. A day for our genreation to see untold experiences of of Blackness’

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