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There’s a Major Difference between Black History and African-American History

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

by H. Lewis Smith


Do we really know what the past was, what actually happened, or is history “a fable” not quite “agreed upon”? Our knowledge of any past event is always incomplete, probably inaccurate, beclouded by ambivalent evidence and biased historians, and perhaps distorted by our own patriotic or religious partisanship. “Most history is guessing, and the

Black History Month: The Foundation for Societal Progression

Friday, February 1st, 2013

by H. Lewis Smith

The Spinx symbolizes a very rich and rewarding history of the Black civilization, prompting Napoleon to order his soldiers to shoot off the Afroid nose, refusing to accept what the Spinx truly represents.

What is the significance of Black history to Black/African Americans? In essence, to this race… Continue reading