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MOTIVATION: When you are from the ghetto raised by single parent it's HARD to apply and continued college. I feel @2pac on this video. Crazy thing my mother never pressure to attend college. I just needed a high school diploma to make my mother proud. Shakur was the one and only rapper I knew from my generation kept it real 💯 to the end. College isn't a joke.....You must be build for it...... #RIPTUPACAMARUSHAKUR #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #JamestownVirginia #WestVirginia #NashvilleTennessee #MobileAlabama #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #DallasTexas #HoustonTexas #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
MOTIVATION: When you are from the ghetto raised by single parent it's HARD to apply and continued college. I feel @2pac on this video. Crazy thing my mother never pressure to attend college. I just needed a high school diploma to make my mother proud. Shakur was the one and only rapper I knew from my generation kept it real 💯 to the end. College isn't a joke..... You must be build for it...... #RIPTUPACAMARUSHAKUR #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #JamestownVirginia #WestVirginia #NashvilleTennessee #MobileAlabama #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #DallasTexas #HoustonTexas #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
MOTIVATION: When you are from the ghetto raised by single parent it's HARD to apply and continued college. I feel @2pac on this video. Crazy thing my mother never pressure to attend college. I just needed a high school diploma to make my mother proud. Shakur was the one and only rapper I knew from my generation kept it real 💯 to the end. College isn't a joke.....You must be build for it...... #RIPTUPACAMARUSHAKUR #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #JamestownVirginia #WestVirginia #NashvilleTennessee #MobileAlabama #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #DallasTexas #HoustonTexas #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Happy 77th Birthday Huey Percy Newton! Huey Percy Newton was a revolutionary political activist who co-founded the Black Panther Party along with Bobby Seale. Interest in radical politics came naturally to Newton whose father was an active member of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP); in fact, he was named after the radical politician Huey Long who was the former governor of Louisiana. He grew up poor and often found himself the victim of racial discrimination which disgusted him. In spite of attending several public schools, he was never taught anything of value which forced him to self-educate himself. He already began having brushes with the law by the time he was a teenager. He became involved in politics while at college where he met Bobby Seale. The duo formed the Black Panther party with a view to protect the black community from racial attacks and police brutality. The party soon became very popular and had members in several cities throughout the U.S. Newton believed in the use of violence to achieve his means and the party was soon described by the FBI as being a threat to national security. Newton’s life increasingly became embroiled in a cycle of drugs and violence, and he often came into conflict with the Black Guerilla Family (BGF) which ultimately led to his murder at the hands of a BGF member. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Happy 77th Birthday Huey Percy Newton! Huey Percy Newton was a revolutionary political activist who co-founded the Black Panther Party along with Bobby Seale. Interest in radical politics came naturally to Newton whose father was an active member of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP); in fact, he was named after the radical politician Huey Long who was the former governor of Louisiana. He grew up poor and often found himself the victim of racial discrimination which disgusted him. In spite of attending several public schools, he was never taught anything of value which forced him to self-educate himself. He already began having brushes with the law by the time he was a teenager. He became involved in politics while at college where he met Bobby Seale. The duo formed the Black Panther party with a view to protect the black community from racial attacks and police brutality. The party soon became very popular and had members in several cities throughout the U.S. Newton believed in the use of violence to achieve his means and the party was soon described by the FBI as being a threat to national security. Newton’s life increasingly became embroiled in a cycle of drugs and violence, and he often came into conflict with the Black Guerilla Family (BGF) which ultimately led to his murder at the hands of a BGF member. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Happy 77th Birthday Huey Percy Newton! Huey Percy Newton was a revolutionary political activist who co-founded the Black Panther Party along with Bobby Seale. Interest in radical politics came naturally to Newton whose father was an active member of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP); in fact, he was named after the radical politician Huey Long who was the former governor of Louisiana. He grew up poor and often found himself the victim of racial discrimination which disgusted him. In spite of attending several public schools, he was never taught anything of value which forced him to self-educate himself. He already began having brushes with the law by the time he was a teenager. He became involved in politics while at college where he met Bobby Seale. The duo formed the Black Panther party with a view to protect the black community from racial attacks and police brutality. The party soon became very popular and had members in several cities throughout the U.S. Newton believed in the use of violence to achieve his means and the party was soon described by the FBI as being a threat to national security. Newton’s life increasingly became embroiled in a cycle of drugs and violence, and he often came into conflict with the Black Guerilla Family (BGF) which ultimately led to his murder at the hands of a BGF member. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #RIPHueyPercyNewton1942x1989 #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #OaklandCalifornia #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Daaaang. I’m digging this cut on Mary ✂️ Check out all the ways to style it, too! Intentional color placement also realllly helps make this look multi-dimensional 💎 . If you have medium textured hair, that has a medium diameter, and a little wave to it this blunt-angled bob should totally be your next haircut 👌🏻 . . . @oneshothairawards #erinstonerstylist #angledbob #dryshampure #razorcuts #shearwork #behindthechair #frenchcutting #balayaged #btconeshot19_boblob #balayagist #loveyourcraft #avedastylist #foilyage #avedaproducts #avedasalon #tousledhair #tousled #bluntbob #atlantastylists #thomasvillega #georgiahairstylist #floridahairstylist #ihearttally #tallahasseehairstylist #tallahasseehair #850hair #tallahasseeflorida #drycutting #thesalonpeople #stylistsupportingstylists @soleil7salons.and.spa @thesalonpeople @aveda
#BlackHistoryMonth : Black people had their own police precinct. Miami got its first African-American police officers in 1944, but segregation restricted them from patrolling white neighborhoods. Shortly thereafter, the Black Police Precinct and Courthouse was created in Overtown so that Black officers could patrol the Black neighborhood and fight racial injustices. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackPolicePrecinct #BlackPolicePrecinct #BlackPolicePrecinct #BlackPolicePrecinct #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Black people had their own police precinct Miami got its first African-American police officers in 1944, but segregation restricted them from patrolling white neighborhoods. Shortly thereafter, the Black Police Precinct and Courthouse was created in Overtown so that Black officers could patrol the Black neighborhood and fight racial injustices. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackPolicePrecinct #BlackPolicePrecinct #BlackPolicePrecinct #BlackPolicePrecinct #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Black people had their own police precinct Miami got its first African-American police officers in 1944, but segregation restricted them from patrolling white neighborhoods. Shortly thereafter, the Black Police Precinct and Courthouse was created in Overtown so that Black officers could patrol the Black neighborhood and fight racial injustices. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackPolicePrecinct #BlackPolicePrecinct #BlackPolicePrecinct #BlackPolicePrecinct #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Fisher Island was once owned by a Black man. Fisher Island has been home to the likes of Oprah and Mel Gibson and is only accessible by ferry or boat, but most people don’t know that Fisher Island was originally first owned by a black man – real estate developer Dana A. Dorsey. He was South Florida’s first African-American millionaire and later sold the island in 1919 to Carl Fisher who was developing Miami Beach. Dorsey was the son of former slaves who moved from South Georgia to Miami in 1896 working as a carpenter for the Henry Flagler Florida East Coast Railroad. With only a fourth grade education, he purchased one parcel of land in Overtown, built a rental home on the land, reinvested the rental income to build and rent more as far north as Ft. Lauderdale, and later sold land to the City of Miami for a park for Blacks. Dorsey also owned Miami’s first black-owned hotel, Dorsey Hotel, and also owned the Negro Savings Bank. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandDADorsey #FisherIslandDADorsey #FisherIslandDADorsey #FisherIslandDADorsey #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Fisher Island was once owned by a Black man. Fisher Island has been home to the likes of Oprah and Mel Gibson and is only accessible by ferry or boat, but most people don’t know that Fisher Island was originally first owned by a black man – real estate developer Dana A. Dorsey. He was South Florida’s first African-American millionaire and later sold the island in 1919 to Carl Fisher who was developing Miami Beach. Dorsey was the son of former slaves who moved from South Georgia to Miami in 1896 working as a carpenter for the Henry Flagler Florida East Coast Railroad. With only a fourth grade education, he purchased one parcel of land in Overtown, built a rental home on the land, reinvested the rental income to build and rent more as far north as Ft. Lauderdale, and later sold land to the City of Miami for a park for Blacks. Dorsey also owned Miami’s first black-owned hotel, Dorsey Hotel, and also owned the Negro Savings Bank. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandDADorsey #FisherIslandDADorsey #FisherIslandDADorsey #FisherIslandDADorsey #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Fisher Island was once owned by a Black man. Fisher Island has been home to the likes of Oprah and Mel Gibson and is only accessible by ferry or boat, but most people don’t know that Fisher Island was originally first owned by a black man – real estate developer Dana A. Dorsey. He was South Florida’s first African-American millionaire and later sold the island in 1919 to Carl Fisher who was developing Miami Beach. Dorsey was the son of former slaves who moved from South Georgia to Miami in 1896 working as a carpenter for the Henry Flagler Florida East Coast Railroad. With only a fourth grade education, he purchased one parcel of land in Overtown, built a rental home on the land, reinvested the rental income to build and rent more as far north as Ft. Lauderdale, and later sold land to the City of Miami for a park for Blacks. Dorsey also owned Miami’s first black-owned hotel, Dorsey Hotel, and also owned the Negro Savings Bank. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandUse2BeDADorseyLand #FisherIslandDADorsey #FisherIslandDADorsey #FisherIslandDADorsey #FisherIslandDADorsey #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Work hard, brunch harder. 🍳 We've got delicious options like Chicken & Waffles, Jambalaya Omelet, Chicken Fried Benedict, Biscuits & Gravy and so much more. And did we mention bottomless mimosas? Stop by from 10am-2pm!
Newspaper publishing chief executive Garth C. Reeves, Sr. was born on February 12, 1919 in Nassau, Bahamas. His family moved to Miami, Florida four months after he was born. His father, Harry Ethelbert Sigismund Reeves, was a partner in The Magic Printing Company and founder of the Miami Times; his mother, a homemaker. His daughter, Rachel J. Reeves, became publisher and chief executive officer of the Miami Times in 1994 following the untimely death of her brother, Garth C. Reeves, Jr. After graduating from Booker T. Washington High School in Miami in 1936, Reeves enrolled in Florida A & M University where he earned his B.A. degree in printing in 1940. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Reeves served in the U.S. Army during World War II from 1942 to 1946 in both the European and Pacific theaters. He then returned to Miami to work under his father Harry Ethelbert Sigismund Reeves, who founded the Miami Timesnewspaper in 1923. In 1970, Reeves was named publisher and chief executive officer of the when his father passed. Reeves went on to become the first African American to serve on the governing boards of the Miami-Dade Community College, Barry University, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, and the United Way of Dade County. He also served as organizing chairman of the board for National Industrial Bank, which was the first integrated bank in the State of Florida. During the 1950s, Reeves worked to integrate the local beaches, parks, and golf courses. Reeves served for ten years as president of the Amalgamated Publishers of New York City, which represents over one hundred African American-owned newspapers throughout the United States. He was also elected to serve two terms as president of the National Newspaper Publishers Association. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Dr. John R. Scott was the first dentist in Miami-Dade County. Dr. John R. Scott, Jr. was the first African-American dentist to practice in Dade County. Scott was born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1886 and attended public school there. He later attended Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College (later known as FAMU) in Tallahassee. After graduating with honors, he entered Meharry Dental College. While in college, Scott was not only an outstanding scholar, he was an exceptional athlete as well, especially on the gridiron. He was known as “Pig Iron” on the varsity football team. Dr. Scott established his practice in the Overtown section of Miami in 1906. He married the former Sadie Warren and they had a son and a daughter. Dr. Scott practiced in two locations in Miami. He allowed up-an-coming African-American dentists to serve their apprenticeships in his office. Dr. Scott was a shrewd investor in real estate and also served in numerous social, civic and church organizations. This trailblazing dentist died in 1935. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #RIPDrJohnRScott #RIPDrJohnRScott #RIPDrJohnRScott #RIPDrJohnRScott #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Dr. John R. Scott was the first dentist in Miami-Dade County. Dr. John R. Scott, Jr. was the first African-American dentist to practice in Dade County. Scott was born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1886 and attended public school there. He later attended Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College (later known as FAMU) in Tallahassee. After graduating with honors, he entered Meharry Dental College. While in college, Scott was not only an outstanding scholar, he was an exceptional athlete as well, especially on the gridiron. He was known as “Pig Iron” on the varsity football team. Dr. Scott established his practice in the Overtown section of Miami in 1906. He married the former Sadie Warren and they had a son and a daughter. Dr. Scott practiced in two locations in Miami. He allowed up-an-coming African-American dentists to serve their apprenticeships in his office. Dr. Scott was a shrewd investor in real estate and also served in numerous social, civic and church organizations. This trailblazing dentist died in 1935. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #RIPDrJohnRScott #RIPDrJohnRScott #RIPDrJohnRScott #RIPDrJohnRScott #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Dr. John R. Scott was the first dentist in Miami-Dade County. Dr. John R. Scott, Jr. was the first African-American dentist to practice in Dade County. Scott was born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1886 and attended public school there. He later attended Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College (later known as FAMU) in Tallahassee. After graduating with honors, he entered Meharry Dental College. While in college, Scott was not only an outstanding scholar, he was an exceptional athlete as well, especially on the gridiron. He was known as “Pig Iron” on the varsity football team. Dr. Scott established his practice in the Overtown section of Miami in 1906. He married the former Sadie Warren and they had a son and a daughter. Dr. Scott practiced in two locations in Miami. He allowed up-an-coming African-American dentists to serve their apprenticeships in his office. Dr. Scott was a shrewd investor in real estate and also served in numerous social, civic and church organizations. This trailblazing dentist died in 1935. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #RIPDrJohnRScott #RIPDrJohnRScott #RIPDrJohnRScott #RIPDrJohnRScott #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Artie Willis Richardson Artie Willis Richardson owned and operated the oldest funeral business in Miami, Richardson’s Funeral Home. Born in Miami, she was the daughter of Sofie and Artry Willis, one of the black men who were named on the charter incorporating the City of Miami. Artry Willis was an affluent businessman who held titles to several parcels of land. Artie Willis met Lovell L. Richardson in 1922 and they were married in 1924. She was a member of Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church. She sang in the choir and served in many community and church functions. Her early education was acquired in Miami and Orange Lake, Florida. Later she attended Normal & Industrial Institute for Girls of Daytona Beach, Florida, which later became Bethune- Cookman College. She and her husband opened their first funeral home in Overtown in 1926. Known as the Stokes/Richardson Funeral Homes, the business was operated in the rear of a building owned by Miami’s first black millionaire, D.A. Dorsey on 10th Street between Second and Third Avenues. The business failed and the couple went to work on Miami Beach as domestics until they saved up enough money to equip a new funeral home. When they were able to purchase the equipment-a hearse and a car- they opened the Richardson Funeral Home at 334 N.W. 10thStreet in 1931. In the sixties , Artie Richardson relocated the business to 4500 N.W. 17th  Street due to Urban Renewal relocations in the Overtown area. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Artie Willis Richardson Artie Willis Richardson owned and operated the oldest funeral business in Miami, Richardson’s Funeral Home. Born in Miami, she was the daughter of Sofie and Artry Willis, one of the black men who were named on the charter incorporating the City of Miami. Artry Willis was an affluent businessman who held titles to several parcels of land. Artie Willis met Lovell L. Richardson in 1922 and they were married in 1924. She was a member of Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church. She sang in the choir and served in many community and church functions. Her early education was acquired in Miami and Orange Lake, Florida. Later she attended Normal & Industrial Institute for Girls of Daytona Beach, Florida, which later became Bethune- Cookman College. She and her husband opened their first funeral home in Overtown in 1926. Known as the Stokes/Richardson Funeral Homes, the business was operated in the rear of a building owned by Miami’s first black millionaire, D.A. Dorsey on 10th Street between Second and Third Avenues. The business failed and the couple went to work on Miami Beach as domestics until they saved up enough money to equip a new funeral home. When they were able to purchase the equipment-a hearse and a car- they opened the Richardson Funeral Home at 334 N.W. 10thStreet in 1931. In the sixties , Artie Richardson relocated the business to 4500 N.W. 17th  Street due to Urban Renewal relocations in the Overtown area. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Artie Willis Richardson Artie Willis Richardson owned and operated the oldest funeral business in Miami, Richardson’s Funeral Home. Born in Miami, she was the daughter of Sofie and Artry Willis, one of the black men who were named on the charter incorporating the City of Miami. Artry Willis was an affluent businessman who held titles to several parcels of land. Artie Willis met Lovell L. Richardson in 1922 and they were married in 1924. She was a member of Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church. She sang in the choir and served in many community and church functions. Her early education was acquired in Miami and Orange Lake, Florida. Later she attended Normal & Industrial Institute for Girls of Daytona Beach, Florida, which later became Bethune- Cookman College. She and her husband opened their first funeral home in Overtown in 1926. Known as the Stokes/Richardson Funeral Homes, the business was operated in the rear of a building owned by Miami’s first black millionaire, D.A. Dorsey on 10th Street between Second and Third Avenues. The business failed and the couple went to work on Miami Beach as domestics until they saved up enough money to equip a new funeral home. When they were able to purchase the equipment-a hearse and a car- they opened the Richardson Funeral Home at 334 N.W. 10thStreet in 1931. In the sixties , Artie Richardson relocated the business to 4500 N.W. 17th  Street due to Urban Renewal relocations in the Overtown area. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #RIPArtieWillisRichardson #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Henry E.S. Reeves W when Henry Ethelbert Sigismund Reeves arrived in Miami from the Bahamas in the early 1920’s bound for New York to purchased a printing press, he did not know that his life was about to take a significant turn. Encouraged by friends who had previously relocated from the Bahamas and seeing untapped opportunity Reeves decided to settle his family in Miami. Along with two other associates he opened a printing business and also began to publish a newspaper. This first newspaper venture was unsuccessful, but in the true entrepreneurial sense he did not let deter him. He eventually began The Miami Times on September 1, 1923. The Miami Times has been published without fail every week for the past seventy years. It has played a significant role in black Miami’s history providing information to the community which would have been virtually unobtainable otherwise. Even today, it continues to provide information about the black community that cannot be found in other publications. Reeves was truly a visionary who created an entity which is a family business, passed down through the generations. Henry E.S. Reeves park, located at 600 Northwest 10th Street in Miami, is named in his honor. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #RIPHenryESReeves #RIPHenryESReeves #RIPHenryESReeves #RIPHenryESReeves #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Henry E.S. Reeves W when Henry Ethelbert Sigismund Reeves arrived in Miami from the Bahamas in the early 1920’s bound for New York to purchased a printing press, he did not know that his life was about to take a significant turn. Encouraged by friends who had previously relocated from the Bahamas and seeing untapped opportunity Reeves decided to settle his family in Miami. Along with two other associates he opened a printing business and also began to publish a newspaper. This first newspaper venture was unsuccessful, but in the true entrepreneurial sense he did not let deter him. He eventually began The Miami Times on September 1, 1923. The Miami Times has been published without fail every week for the past seventy years. It has played a significant role in black Miami’s history providing information to the community which would have been virtually unobtainable otherwise. Even today, it continues to provide information about the black community that cannot be found in other publications. Reeves was truly a visionary who created an entity which is a family business, passed down through the generations. Henry E.S. Reeves park, located at 600 Northwest 10th Street in Miami, is named in his honor. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #RIPHenryESReeves #RIPHenryESReeves #RIPHenryESReeves #RIPHenryESReeves #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
#BlackHistoryMonth : Henry E.S. Reeves W when Henry Ethelbert Sigismund Reeves arrived in Miami from the Bahamas in the early 1920’s bound for New York to purchased a printing press, he did not know that his life was about to take a significant turn. Encouraged by friends who had previously relocated from the Bahamas and seeing untapped opportunity Reeves decided to settle his family in Miami. Along with two other associates he opened a printing business and also began to publish a newspaper. This first newspaper venture was unsuccessful, but in the true entrepreneurial sense he did not let deter him. He eventually began The Miami Times on September 1, 1923. The Miami Times has been published without fail every week for the past seventy years. It has played a significant role in black Miami’s history providing information to the community which would have been virtually unobtainable otherwise. Even today, it continues to provide information about the black community that cannot be found in other publications. Reeves was truly a visionary who created an entity which is a family business, passed down through the generations. Henry E.S. Reeves park, located at 600 Northwest 10th Street in Miami, is named in his honor. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #RIPHenryESReeves #RIPHenryESReeves #RIPHenryESReeves #RIPHenryESReeves #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Who can guess where this spot is? Comment below 👇🏻 📸: @vanessaburden3 . . Follow @tallahassee for more! . . Dm us to get featured 📥 #tallahassee #tlh #tally #tallahasseeflorida #tallahasseefl #tallylife #ihearttally
Tonight! #bluetaverntallahassee starts @ 6pm for their happy hour. Come by if you can. . #tallahassee #livemusic #singersongwriter #wintertour #tallahasseeflorida
It's always been on my bucket list to drive across the United States. Finally making it all the way across from the West coast to East coast has brought peace to my heart❤️. I hope all you guys in the Instagram world are making all your travel dreams come true.💗🌎✨
What's your favorite park in Tallahassee? Comment below 👇🏻 📸: @kylejfrost . . Follow @tallahassee for more! . . Dm us to get featured 📥 #tallahassee #tlh #tallahasseeflorida #florida #tallahasseeparks #ihearttally #tallylife
Black History Month was first proposed by black educators and the Black United Students at Kent State University in February 1969. The first celebration of Black History Month took place at Kent State one year later, from January 2, 1970 – February 28, 1970. Six years later, Black History Month was being celebrated all across the country in educational institutions, centers of Black culture and community centers, both great and small, when President Gerald Ford recognized Black History Month, during the celebration of the United States Bicentennial. He urged Americans to "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history". My BLACK people bleed for this country from World War I, II & Civil War etc... My BLACK people shared BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS in United States of America. We were force to come in this country then treated like monkeys. We built America from the ground & up... #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Black History Month was first proposed by black educators and the Black United Students at Kent State University in February 1969. The first celebration of Black History Month took place at Kent State one year later, from January 2, 1970 – February 28, 1970. Six years later, Black History Month was being celebrated all across the country in educational institutions, centers of Black culture and community centers, both great and small, when President Gerald Ford recognized Black History Month, during the celebration of the United States Bicentennial. He urged Americans to "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history". My BLACK people bleed for this country from World War I, II & Civil War etc... My BLACK people shared BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS in United States of America. We were force to come in this country then treated like monkeys. We built America from the ground & up... #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Black History Month was first proposed by black educators and the Black United Students at Kent State University in February 1969. The first celebration of Black History Month took place at Kent State one year later, from January 2, 1970 – February 28, 1970. Six years later, Black History Month was being celebrated all across the country in educational institutions, centers of Black culture and community centers, both great and small, when President Gerald Ford recognized Black History Month, during the celebration of the United States Bicentennial. He urged Americans to "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history". My BLACK people bleed for this country from World War I, II & Civil War etc... My BLACK people shared BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS in United States of America. We were force to come in this country then treated like monkeys. We built America from the ground & up... #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Black History Month was first proposed by black educators and the Black United Students at Kent State University in February 1969. The first celebration of Black History Month took place at Kent State one year later, from January 2, 1970 – February 28, 1970. Six years later, Black History Month was being celebrated all across the country in educational institutions, centers of Black culture and community centers, both great and small, when President Gerald Ford recognized Black History Month, during the celebration of the United States Bicentennial. He urged Americans to "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history". My BLACK people bleed for this country from World War I, II & Civil War etc... My BLACK people shared BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS in United States of America. We were force to come in this country then treated like monkeys. We built America from the ground & up... #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Black History Month was first proposed by black educators and the Black United Students at Kent State University in February 1969. The first celebration of Black History Month took place at Kent State one year later, from January 2, 1970 – February 28, 1970. Six years later, Black History Month was being celebrated all across the country in educational institutions, centers of Black culture and community centers, both great and small, when President Gerald Ford recognized Black History Month, during the celebration of the United States Bicentennial. He urged Americans to "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history". My BLACK people bleed for this country from World War I, II & Civil War etc... My BLACK people shared BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS in United States of America. We were force to come in this country then treated like monkeys. We built America from the ground & up... #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
Black History Month was first proposed by black educators and the Black United Students at Kent State University in February 1969. The first celebration of Black History Month took place at Kent State one year later, from January 2, 1970 – February 28, 1970. Six years later, Black History Month was being celebrated all across the country in educational institutions, centers of Black culture and community centers, both great and small, when President Gerald Ford recognized Black History Month, during the celebration of the United States Bicentennial. He urged Americans to "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history". My BLACK people bleed for this country from World War I, II & Civil War etc... My BLACK people shared BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS in United States of America. We were force to come in this country then treated like monkeys. We built America from the ground & up... #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #NashvilleTennessee #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #KansasCityKansas #NewOrleanLouisiana #BatonRougeLouisiana
“I don’t think you knowoooo” March 7th Tallahassee fl! @gankgaank36 n Kamp 36 gon deff turn up for bruh bday bash! It’s up!! @ace_mgmt say he finna “pass my limit “😂💯 y’all better get there! #kamp36 #stickwitTwig #gankgaank #bdaybash #tallahasseeflorida
I love the girly decor at @southernvelvetcafe coffee shop in Tallahassee Florida. Alice was the barista that evening and was very knowledgeable about coffee. She was also kind enough to share some of her knowledge. That made the experience that much more enjoyable.❤️☕️
Pretty sunset by St. Marks Lighthouse ☀️ 📸: @focusedviews . . Follow @tallahassee for more! . . Dm us to get featured 📥 #tallahassee #tallahasseefl #stmarks #saintmarks #saintmarkslighthouse #sunset #tallahasseesunset #ihearttally #tallylife #tallahasseeflorida
The new @proofbrewingco location is AWESOME and Raspberry Kissing Giants gose is my new favorite. 🍺 Left to right: Cherry Limeade Evil Kiss, Raspberry Kissing Giants, Strawberry Banana Evil Kiss, and the classic La La Land.
Drone shot above Piney Z. I thought this was hilarious. ⚽️😂 📸: @dronespilot . . Follow @tallahassee for more! . . Dm us to get featured 📥 #tallahassee #tallahasseeflorida #tallylife #ihearttally #tallahasseefl #floridadrone #drones #soccer
Make it a Wahoo weekend! Join us this weekend for live music on Friday and Saturday night, and the best Sunday Brunch in town featuring bottomless mimosas and live music.
Happy Banding Day!! You look great! Welcome to the Family! #BurchOrtho #HappyFriday
it’s a beautiful morning in tallahassee. 😍
Beautiful pic of of Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge 📸: @awseverson . . Follow @tallahassee for more! . . Dm us to get featured 📥 #tallahassee #saintmarks #saintmarkswildliferefuge #wildlife #florida #tallahasseeflorida #tallahasseefl #tlh #ihearttally
Live Oaks can grow for hundreds of years without destruction. Click the link in our bio to learn more about these awesome native trees. . . . . . . . . . . . #ihearttally #tallahassee #tallahasseeflorida #tallylife #Tallahassee #tlh #tallahasseefl #arborist #treework #treeclimber #treelife #arboriculture #treeclimbing #treecare #treeservice
Go follow @castlequeensco right now clothing line. Dedicated to the two BLACK Queens from Egypt Queen Nefertiti & Queen Nefertari. Queen NEFERTITI GOD BLESSED WITH THIS @castlequeensco BRAND BACK IN 2011. God also helped me PAID & FULL FOR MY TRADEMARK to uncle Sam BACK WHEN I WAS ONLY 22ND YEARS OLD. I DESIGNED MY FIRST SHIRT ON FEBRUARY 23, 2012 which CQ birthday then RELEASED MY FIRST T-SHIRT IN OCTOBER 2012. THANK YOU GOD! Nefertiti may have been the daughter of Ay, a top adviser who would go on to become pharaoh after King Tut’s death in 1323 B.C. An alternate theory suggests she was a princess from the Mittani kingdom in northern Syria. She was her husband’s Great Royal Wife (favored consort) when he ascended the throne in Thebes as Amenhotep IV. In the fifth year of his reign, he displaced Egypt’s chief god Amon in favor of Aten, moved the capitol north to Amarna and changed his name to Akhenaten, with Nefertiti taking on the additional name “Neferneferuaten”—her full name meaning “Beautiful are the beauties of Aten, a Beautiful Woman has come.” ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Go follow my BLACK power page @17africancastle right now you might learn something. Our Culture Our Fashion Our Food Our History Our Language Our Style Let's us have a great time learning about our African heritage. Don't forget Slavery started August 20, 1619. We were KINGS and QUEENS before slavery. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #EgyptCairo #Egyptian #EgyptianQueen #QueenNefertiti #18Dynasty #LongLiveQueenNefertiti #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #JamestownVirginia #WestVirginia #NashvilleTennessee #WashingtonDC #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #DallasTexas #HoustonTexas #KansasCityKansas
Go follow my BLACK power page @17africancastle right now you might learn something. Our Culture Our Fashion Our Food Our History Our Language Our Style Let's us have a great time learning about our African heritage. Don't forget Slavery started August 20, 1619. We were KINGS and QUEENS before slavery. Go follow @castlequeensco right now clothing line. Dedicated to the two BLACK Queens from Egypt Queen Nefertiti & Queen Nefertari. Queen NEFERTITI GOD BLESSED WITH THIS @castlequeensco BRAND BACK IN 2011. God also helped me PAID & FULL FOR MY TRADEMARK to uncle Sam BACK WHEN I WAS ONLY 22ND YEARS OLD. I DESIGNED MY FIRST SHIRT ON FEBRUARY 23, 2012 which CQ birthday then RELEASED MY FIRST T-SHIRT IN OCTOBER 2012. THANK YOU GOD! Nefertiti may have been the daughter of Ay, a top adviser who would go on to become pharaoh after King Tut’s death in 1323 B.C. An alternate theory suggests she was a princess from the Mittani kingdom in northern Syria. She was her husband’s Great Royal Wife (favored consort) when he ascended the throne in Thebes as Amenhotep IV. In the fifth year of his reign, he displaced Egypt’s chief god Amon in favor of Aten, moved the capitol north to Amarna and changed his name to Akhenaten, with Nefertiti taking on the additional name “Neferneferuaten”—her full name meaning “Beautiful are the beauties of Aten, a Beautiful Woman has come.” #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #EgyptCairo #Egyptian #EgyptianQueen #QueenNefertiti #18Dynasty #LongLiveQueenNefertiti #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #JamestownVirginia #WestVirginia #NashvilleTennessee #WashingtonDC #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #DallasTexas #HoustonTexas #KansasCityKansas
Go follow @castlequeensco right now clothing line. Dedicated to the two BLACK Queens from Egypt Queen Nefertiti & Queen Nefertari. #BlackHistoryMonth : Queen NEFERTITI GOD BLESSED WITH THIS @castlequeensco BRAND BACK IN 2011. God also helped me PAID & FULL FOR MY TRADEMARK to uncle Sam BACK WHEN I WAS ONLY 22ND YEARS OLD. I DESIGNED MY FIRST SHIRT ON FEBRUARY 23, 2012 which CQ birthday then RELEASED MY FIRST T-SHIRT IN OCTOBER 2012. THANK YOU GOD! Nefertiti may have been the daughter of Ay, a top adviser who would go on to become pharaoh after King Tut’s death in 1323 B.C. An alternate theory suggests she was a princess from the Mittani kingdom in northern Syria. She was her husband’s Great Royal Wife (favored consort) when he ascended the throne in Thebes as Amenhotep IV. In the fifth year of his reign, he displaced Egypt’s chief god Amon in favor of Aten, moved the capitol north to Amarna and changed his name to Akhenaten, with Nefertiti taking on the additional name “Neferneferuaten”—her full name meaning “Beautiful are the beauties of Aten, a Beautiful Woman has come.” -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Go follow my BLACK power page @17africancastle right now you might learn something. Our Culture Our Fashion Our Food Our History Our Language Our Style Let's us have a great time learning about our African heritage. Don't forget Slavery started August 20, 1619. We were KINGS and QUEENS before slavery. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #EgyptCairo #Egyptian #EgyptianQueen #QueenNefertiti #18Dynasty #LongLiveQueenNefertiti #MiamiFlorida #TallahasseeFlorida #AtlantaGeorgia #AugustaGeorgia #CharlestonSouthCarolina #GreensboroNorthCarolina #JamestownVirginia #WestVirginia #NashvilleTennessee #WashingtonDC #SelmaAlabama #BostonMassachusetts #ChicagoIllnois #LosAngelesCalifornia #SouthCentralLosAngeles #ComptonCalifornia #BronxNewYork #BrooklynNewYork #QueensNewYork #DallasTexas #HoustonTexas #KansasCityKansas
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