Fact 19 : Malcolm X

Malcolm  Little, known as Malcolm X,  born in Omaha, Nebraska ,was the fourth child of eight children to a homemaker mother and a minister. His father Earl was a supporter of the Black Nationalist and with being a supporter came death threats from a white supremacy group called Black Legions. The family received numerous death … Continue reading Fact 19 : Malcolm X


Fact 17: First Black College for Women

On April 11, 1881, Spelman was the First College for Black Women,  It was founded by two school teachers and Baptist missionaries by the names Sophia B. Packard and Harriet E. Giles in the basement of Atlanta Friendship Baptist Church. The founders began to teach 11 women, who were motivated to learn basic education skills. … Continue reading Fact 17: First Black College for Women

Grammy’s 2016

The show opened up with Taylor Swift performing a new song in a bedazzled out jump suit. LL COOL J began hosting reminiscing about past performers like Adele, Kendrick Lamar, and Lady Gaga. Kendrick Lamar won the first award of the night taking home Best Rap Album. The Weeknd graced the stage performing "Can't feel … Continue reading Grammy’s 2016

Fact 15: First Black Prez: Barack Obama

In honor of president's day, I'm dedicating Fact 15 to Barack Obama, the first black president. He's been shunned on for him being a black president, only because there are a lot of racist individuals in the U.S. that don't like black people. He's dealt with death threats and all and still he remains confidence … Continue reading Fact 15: First Black Prez: Barack Obama