The African-American upper class consists of African-American engineers, lawyers, accountants, doctors, politicians, business executives, venture capitalists, CEOs, celebrities, entertainers, entrepreneurs and heirs who have incomes amounting to $200,000 or more.
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Garrett Morgan blazed a trail for African-American inventors with his patents, including those for a hair-straightening product, a breathing device, a revamped sewing machine and an improved traffic signal.
Although she was an African slave, Phillis Wheatley was one of the best-known poets in prenineteenth-century America. Educated and enslaved in the household of prominent Boston commercialist John Wheatley, lionized in New England and England, with presses in both places publishing her poems, and paraded before the new republic’s political
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In the English language, the word nigger is a racial slur typically directed at black people.The word originated as a variation of the Spanish and Portuguese noun negro, a descendant of the Latin adjective niger (“black”).
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AFRICAN AMERICAN, MAGICAL, WITCHCRAFT and OTHER VINTAGE MOVIES ON DVDS. Lucky Mojo is a traditional candle shop and occult store, but we do carry a small line of DVDS, and before listing them, i think it is a good idea to explain to our customers the reasoning for stocking them:
9335 – 1838 DATED ANTI-SLAVERY TOKEN, obverse with kneeling African-American woman in chains, inscribed “AM I NOT A WOMAN & A teen”; reverse with laurel wreath, inscribed “LIBERTY” and “1838” at center and “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” around perimeter.
During the period between the Civil War and World War II, thousands of African Americans were lynched in the United States. Lynchings were violent and public acts of torture that traumatized black people throughout the country and were largely tolerated by state and federal officials.