The Conscious Community (TCC) is an informational newsletter focusing on information that has a connection to people of African descent. The Conscious Community e-letter is an activity of 'Imani Is My Foundation' which is a electronic media campaign that promotes the Uplift of People of Afrikan descent. The information posted comes from numerous sources and contributors.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Who Killed Malcolm X & Whitewashed & Black Genius is among us
More from the Black History Fact or Fiction Bookstore !
Here are some of the testimonies: "I don't have any trouble admitting that I'm a racist. I think it's absurd to try Using amateur footage collected over the course of several years, the video records the voices of white people reflecting … Continue reading →
The scene above is from the so-called Satirical Papyrus, which dates to about 1150 B.C. and is now housed in the British Museum. The papyrus also contains other humorous paintings of animals: a fox tends goats, a cat herds geese … Continue reading →
Jaylen Bledsoe has built a $3.5 million business before attending his high school prom. Bledsoe, 15, is the owner and CEO of the IT company Bledsoe Technologies. At the age of 13, Bledsoe started the company in Hazelwood, Mo., after … Continue reading →
From 1936 to 1938, over 2,300 former slaves from across the American South were interviewed by writers and journalists under the aegis of the Works Progress Administration. These former slaves, most born in the last years of the slave regime … Continue reading →
500 Nations is an documentary that explores the history of the indigenous peoples of North and Central America, from pre-Colombian times through the period of European contact and colonization, to the end of the 19th century and the subjugation of … Continue reading →
"While coca leaves has been used for 5000 years, the actual alkaloid was first separated from the leaves in 1859 by Albert Niemann and then he named this alkaloid cocaine" In fact, he cultivated this drug and as a direct result of … Continue reading →