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Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: Because you need the cutest girl you have seen wearing orange, on your timeline D Qchakabars In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, β€œThe beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars
Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: Because you need the cutest girl you have
 seen wearing orange, on your timeline D
 Qchakabars
In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, β€œThe beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars

In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the g...

Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: BLACK GIRLS ARE THE DEFINITION oF NATIONAL GREATNESS BLACKTIVIST In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, β€œThe beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars
Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: BLACK GIRLS ARE THE DEFINITION
 oF NATIONAL GREATNESS
 BLACKTIVIST
In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, β€œThe beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars

In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the g...

Bob Marley, Malcolm X, and Memes: The strongest people make time to help others, even if they're struggling with their own personal problems Social media isn't true power. Money isn't true power. Violence isn't true power. Status isn't true power. Neither is reputation. The enslaved & suffragettes didn't ask for power they took it. True power is self worth & purpose. Remove yourself of what you are told to be-society & you will begin to discover who you are. You can't discover true power in a book, as true power has to be true to you. I can't tell you what true power is, because it has to come from within you. So this is just my opinion, do I think I am powerful, yes. Many people give away their power just by believing they had none in the first place. True power isn't idolising straight hair when yours is naturally curly. True power isn't becoming darker when you are naturally fair. True power isn't paying people to do things for you, if you didn't pay them would they do it for free? If there was no such thing as fame would you be impressed by the people you emulate. Would you still back your favourite rapper. Would you still work hard to afford the latest fashion trend. True power is knowing where you came from, then knowing where you are going & why. True power is knowledge of self & others. True power is having the strength to help others regardless of your situation. True power doesn't manifest itself physically, just because you can lift or run doesn't mean you are truly powerful. True power is not religion, it is doing the right thing every time, despite what we are told, in our hearts we all know what that is! Stephen hawking changed the way the whole world thinks from a chair, yet he can't move. Bob Marley united countries with his voice. Nanny of the maroons, Harriet Tubman were freedom fighters just like Mandela. Malcolm X & Martin Luther died for us, yet we concentrate on a man who lived 2000 years ago, there is no evidence he died for us, good story though, same goes for Horus. Einstein thought differently to everybody else, now physicists think about him everyday. I could go on forever because everyone of us has power. Nobody got power by asking for it. Question is will you believe in yourself? chakabars
Bob Marley, Malcolm X, and Memes: The strongest people
 make time to help others,
 even if they're struggling
 with their own personal
 problems
Social media isn't true power. Money isn't true power. Violence isn't true power. Status isn't true power. Neither is reputation. The enslaved & suffragettes didn't ask for power they took it. True power is self worth & purpose. Remove yourself of what you are told to be-society & you will begin to discover who you are. You can't discover true power in a book, as true power has to be true to you. I can't tell you what true power is, because it has to come from within you. So this is just my opinion, do I think I am powerful, yes. Many people give away their power just by believing they had none in the first place. True power isn't idolising straight hair when yours is naturally curly. True power isn't becoming darker when you are naturally fair. True power isn't paying people to do things for you, if you didn't pay them would they do it for free? If there was no such thing as fame would you be impressed by the people you emulate. Would you still back your favourite rapper. Would you still work hard to afford the latest fashion trend. True power is knowing where you came from, then knowing where you are going & why. True power is knowledge of self & others. True power is having the strength to help others regardless of your situation. True power doesn't manifest itself physically, just because you can lift or run doesn't mean you are truly powerful. True power is not religion, it is doing the right thing every time, despite what we are told, in our hearts we all know what that is! Stephen hawking changed the way the whole world thinks from a chair, yet he can't move. Bob Marley united countries with his voice. Nanny of the maroons, Harriet Tubman were freedom fighters just like Mandela. Malcolm X & Martin Luther died for us, yet we concentrate on a man who lived 2000 years ago, there is no evidence he died for us, good story though, same goes for Horus. Einstein thought differently to everybody else, now physicists think about him everyday. I could go on forever because everyone of us has power. Nobody got power by asking for it. Question is will you believe in yourself? chakabars

Social media isn't true power. Money isn't true power. Violence isn't true power. Status isn't true power. Neither is reputation. The enslav...

Horses, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: May the spirit of Harriet Tubman, who kept a a the blaguellOneSS pistol for slavery escapees wanting to return to their plantations, guide us all in 2017 "I was the conductor of the Underground Railroad for eight years, and I can say what most conductors can't say; I never ran my train off the track and I never lost a passenger." - HarrietTubman βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž– Harriet Tubman helped her brothers escape on Christmas day, 1854. Their 'master' intended to sell them after Christmas, but was delayed by the holiday. The brothers were expected to spend the day with their elderly mother but met Tubman in secret. She helped them travel north, gaining a head start on the 'master' who did not discover their disappearance until the end of the holidays. Two years later she brought away her parents, who were at risk of arrest for aiding other runaway slaves. βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž– Tubman returned to the South again and again. She devised clever techniques that helped make her "forays" successful, including using the master's horse and buggy for the first leg of the journey; leaving on a Saturday night, since runaway notices couldn't be placed in newspapers until Monday morning; turning about and heading south if she encountered possible slave hunters; and carrying a drug to use on a baby if its crying might put the fugitives in danger. Tubman even carried a gun which she used to threaten the fugitives if they became too tired or decided to turn back, telling them, "You'll be free or die." βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž– May we be her. May we know her. May we raise her. ❀ her. MosesForThePeople theblaquelioness Colorized photo of our ancestor, our hero, Mama Tubman.
Horses, Memes, and Harriet Tubman: May the spirit of Harriet Tubman, who kept a
 a the blaguellOneSS
 pistol for slavery escapees wanting to return
 to their plantations, guide us all in 2017
"I was the conductor of the Underground Railroad for eight years, and I can say what most conductors can't say; I never ran my train off the track and I never lost a passenger." - HarrietTubman βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž– Harriet Tubman helped her brothers escape on Christmas day, 1854. Their 'master' intended to sell them after Christmas, but was delayed by the holiday. The brothers were expected to spend the day with their elderly mother but met Tubman in secret. She helped them travel north, gaining a head start on the 'master' who did not discover their disappearance until the end of the holidays. Two years later she brought away her parents, who were at risk of arrest for aiding other runaway slaves. βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž– Tubman returned to the South again and again. She devised clever techniques that helped make her "forays" successful, including using the master's horse and buggy for the first leg of the journey; leaving on a Saturday night, since runaway notices couldn't be placed in newspapers until Monday morning; turning about and heading south if she encountered possible slave hunters; and carrying a drug to use on a baby if its crying might put the fugitives in danger. Tubman even carried a gun which she used to threaten the fugitives if they became too tired or decided to turn back, telling them, "You'll be free or die." βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž–βž– May we be her. May we know her. May we raise her. ❀ her. MosesForThePeople theblaquelioness Colorized photo of our ancestor, our hero, Mama Tubman.

"I was the conductor of the Underground Railroad for eight years, and I can say what most conductors can't say; I never ran my train off the...

Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Rosa Parks: A man that refuses to learn from a woman is a fool A woman who has nothing to teach him, even more so. In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, β€œThe beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars
Coretta Scott King, Memes, and Rosa Parks: A man that refuses to learn from a
 woman is a fool A woman who has
 nothing to teach him, even more so.
In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, β€œThe beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars

In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the g...