February 27, 2015

African Americans

Friday Open Thread: Black History Facts


Civil Rights activism predates the Civil Rights Movement by more than a century. Most people know that Northern states such as New York allowed slavery for a time and then abolished it. What many don’t realize is that before the South adopted Jim … [Read more...]

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#TGIT: How To Get Away With Murder Season Finale

THIS. SCENE. IS. EVERYTHING. This shocking confession between Ophelia and Annalise was such an incredibly tender and powerful scene. #HTGAWM https://t.co/O5BCLpxKXJ — How To Get Away ABC (@HowToGetAwayABC) February 23, 2015 … [Read more...]

Thursday Open Thread: Black History Facts


The line between West Indians and African-Americans was fuzzy... Most of us already know that the slave trade circulated blacks between the U.S. and the Caribbean. We also probably know that after the Haitian Revolution, many Haitian … [Read more...]

Empire Episode 8: The Lyon’s Roar


Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard cover this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly! … [Read more...]

Wednesday Open Thread: Black History Facts


  Early African-American elites traveled and lived abroad extensively... Pioneering African-Americans of the 18th and 19th centuries traveled and lived abroad extensively, even in Africa. They traveled for education, recreation, … [Read more...]

Tuesday Open Thread: Black History Facts


Early black militants were as militant as Malcolm X. Because African-American patriots were more successful at achieving their political agenda for black people, the voices of uncompromising 19th century militants have largely been relegated to the … [Read more...]

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Monday Open Thread: Black History Facts


We celebrated black achievement and innovation all year here at P.O.U., since it's the last week of Black History month it's time for some more interesting facts about Black History. Cathay Williams was the one and only female Buffalo Soldier, … [Read more...]