Nuwla Black Culture

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Frederick Douglass
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Frederick Douglass – 1852 Speech Transcends Time Frederick Douglass was born into slavery in the early parts of the 19th century, anywhere between 1815 and 1818. Records of ...
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Willie Lynch letter is a hoax
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 Willie Lynch Speech Is A Hoax It’s time the black conscious community rid itself of a modern day urban myth.  That myth is the “Willie Lynch Speech.” The ...
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voodoo
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Voodoo I always thought Voodoo, was bad, satanic and evil. Society’s perception of voodoo rites and rituals have been distorted by Europeans to only place focus on the ...
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Muhammad Ali
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Wow, what sad news to wake up to this morning, Muhammad Ali impacted my life long before I met him.  I wasn’t aware so much of Muhammad Ali ...
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Ali
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Muhammad Ali was not only a great athlete in the ring, but he was a great and proud unapologetic black man outside the ring. So when I heard ...
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black wall street
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Black Wall Street – The Misnomer The Black Wall Street name has been overused and misused. All black areas had a basic black-owned business district during the time ...
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Afro vs Weave
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Afro vs Weave – Hair Does Not Equal A Raised Consciousness Would you say the Goddesses are beautiful?  Why?  They are wearing heavy makeup, eyeliner, and wigs.  They ...
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Black Americans VS Africans Vs Caribbean Islanders Part 1.  The black Americans, Africans, and African Caribbean islanders are marked with an interruption of continuity. There is a huge ...
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Freedom Journey.  My dearest ones, the ones who love, the ones who believe, the ones who know, the ones who mediate, and the ones who pray. We have been ...
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Black Power – Proper Conceptual Context.  What Does Black Power Mean to You? “Black Power!” What does these words mean to you? To me ‘Black Power’ means to ...
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