The Black Power fist is a logo associated with black nationalism and sometimes socialism. Its most known to be used by the Black Panther Party in the 1960s. A black fist logo was also adopted by the northern soul music subculture.

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The Black Power fist is a logo associated with black nationalism and sometimes socialism. Its most known to be used by the Black Panther Party in the A black fist logo was also adopted by the northern soul music subculture.

"Once upon a time freedom used to be life-" Mama feels strongly about people being freed.

Supposedly a slave keeping in touch with his African roots by making a fist of black power. As you can see the rusty chains making his arm rusty

I am black excellence!

And there is no doubt, standing tall and speaking loud is what I'm about, declaring the Lord's word I'll sing and shout "The Lord's will be done in heaven and Earth.

I like to thank both you ladies for moving the conversation forward race relationship needs to be discussed

i don't understand why we have to keep explaining that supporting our people doesn't mean we hate white people. like it's not a hard concept to grasp :/ by wemelanated

picksnfros:  Emory Douglas

"Criteria of Negro Art" - Emory Douglas, the Ministry of Culture for the Black Panther Party, was a graphic artist; his art personifies Du Bois' idea that "all art is propaganda and ever must be"

U.S. The Iconic Photo That Sent Shock Waves Throughout The World, 1968 Olympics. ~ The African-American athletes are Tommie Smith and John Carlos.

1968 Olympics: Tommie Smith (center) and John Carlos (right) showing the Black Power salute in the 1968 Summer Olympics while Silver medalist Peter Norman (left) wears an OPHR badge to show his support for the two Americans

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30 Day Real Black History Challenge 2014 – Week Four (#30DayRBHC)

30 Day Real Black History Challenge 2014 – Week Four (#30DayRBHC)

Cabelos crespos e cacheados: sobre cultura e aceitação: http://www.tendere.com.br/blog/2014/11/03/cabelos-crespos/

Paper US, November 1990 Model : Naomi Campbell ( Source : Imc Magazine ) (Source: this shows what hairstyles african american woman wore

Power and Equality: universal terms that are understood so differently in so many places. How do you define power and equality?

Power and Equality: universal terms that are understood so differently in so many places. How do you define power and equality? art by Shepard Fairey

A new civil rights movement is turning a protest cry into a political force

Person of the Year 2015 Runner-Up: Black Lives Matter

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