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Blacks paying for college is wrong, when we built the colleges. Blacks paying taxes is wrong, when we’re the reason America even has money. Blacks letting non-blacks come to a HBCU is wrong, when those same kids ancestors likely kept ours from a education. I SAID WHAT I SAID.
THREAD: In light of Oprah's friend Weinstein now a convicted rapist, here's a refresher of another Oprah friend whose scams of "faith healing" were promoted heavily across all of Oprah's platforms for years...who's a serial rapist w/ hundreds of abuse complaints. John of God.
They wrong for playing earth wind and fire when the food not seasoned https://twitter.com/acheatingvegan/status/1231702761428914176 …
I don’t even like crab legs and I’M OFFENDED by the lack of seasoning.
#BlackHistoryMonth If you love Motown, then you need to thank the trio ‘Holland-Dozier-Holland’. They wrote and produced many of the early hits that put Motown on the map in the 1960s. They’ve also written songs for The Four Tops, The Temptations, The Supremes & Marvin Gaye.
Even though my 5th great-grandfather was mixed, he and his children were still treated like “niggers” and so were they’re children’s children’s children out here in the South. My granny used to tell me stories about walking in the back door of restaurants and all growing up.
It appears my 5th great-grandfather was born into chattel slavery, because his mom was already one, but around 1863, something shifted to where his father let him move to Texas and gave him some land, so part of my family has been in Texas for about 157 years.
Looking like a box of Crayola. https://twitter.com/breakingbrown/status/1232031101234896897 …
Went out of town with my mom today to her hometown to handle business. While there I took time to find out more about a part of my family tree. I found out my 5th great-grandfather was biracial. His dad was a slave owner and his mom was his slave on a Alabama plantation.😕
#BlackHistoryMonth Rufus “Tee-Tot” Payne was a blues musician from Greenville, Alabama. During the 1930s, he became a street performer and eventually took on a young pupil, who he’d teach to play the guitar. That pupil would grow up to be Country music legend, Hank Williams.