This is my hair done in zigzag braids.
Well, black people have a legendary history of
inventing things and spicing things up. Take Fats
Domino, for instance. He is one of the inventors of rock
n roll with this songs “Aint That a Shame ” I’m Walking, ”
THe Fat Man” and his version of “Blueberry Hill.”
Antoine bangs on an old upright piano.
In the past, he took piano lessons and loved them
so much that he quits the 4th grade to play the piano
more. Domino, who has played some neighborhood gigs
with saxophonist Robert Hagans, plays piano at his
sister Philomena’s fish fry, and meeets BIlly Diamon, a
Mr. Domino begans his own band at the
Hideaway CLub on Desire Street, two blocks above club
Desire. This is where he had played with Billy
Diamond’s band and also intermissions for David
Bartholomew’s band. Bartholomew and disc jockey
Duke “Poppa Stoppa” THiele, signs Lew Chudd to his
Domino headlines the biggest shows in rock n roll
history to date. The artists Domino headlines over are
Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, the Everly Brothers, and
Jerry lee Lewis. Fats dominoes tour dates attract
so much attention because most venues had never had
white people and black people in the same audience.
Fats said the band would, at times, have to go 100
miles out of their way to find lodging that would take
African Americans. This and more, you will learn at this
Well, if you’re knowledgeable, you know about the history of black
people in slavery. And yes enduring such painful experiences of slavery
can make anyone flee. Being a slave in itself makes people flee.
Well, this one African American man named William Still was one
of those who helped runwayss get to Freedom’s Land. He had to
smuggle them across the US border to Canada. Bounty hunters could
back then legally abduct former slaves living in the free northern states.
Yet under the protection of the British, Canada provided sanctuary for
William Still put his life on the line to help runaway slaves make
it to freedom in the years leading up to America’s Civil War. Still was the
director of a complex network of Abolitionists, sympathizers and safe
houses that went from Philadelphia to Southern Ontario. He spent 14 years
helping about 800 former slaves to escape. He even kept meticulous records
of the many escaped slaves who passed through the Philadelphia station.
When the Civil War was over, Still published secret notes he had kept in
diaries during those years. Even today, there is some of the best evidence
we have of the workings of the Underground Railroad documented. It tells how the
freedom seekers who used it, where they came from, how they escaped,
and the families they left behind.
Well, he is truly a man with a heart of gold. I just had to share
this information about him. History means alot more because of him.
He is passionate and his story is savory.
What’s one of the most pleasure experiences in life besides food?
Sex would be. Well, while I’m on the topic I don’t know too many
black sexologists, or any at all. But they exist. It should be no surprise.
LaShay Harvey, a black woman( known as a
sexologist) researches sexual agency, sexual freedom, and
sexual development in the African American community. She seeks to get
the entire picture of the African American sexual experience. SHe has a BA in
Communications from the University of Central Florida. LaShay coordinates a
research study at the Johns Hopkins University on pelvic inflammatory disease
in young girls and young Adult women. She has been invited to guest lecture
at various universities and organizations presenting to over 15,000 people.
Also she’s done over 1,300 presentations completed on workshops dealing
with sexual pleasure and sexual identity development. She can help you
if you have any questions or are interested in booking! I know I have
my questions about sex. Don’t you?
- Nutricide is very good book. It is scientifical,informative,inspirational. . It gives you information The white race does not want you to know,specifically African queens who ruled Gush. It shows you The ways of Maat., the sacrifices black people had to make, how overeating causes biochemistry,how melanin is used, how white out is a form of nutricide ,how food is used against black people and The problems within our black race , imitations of The black race, what is stolen and destroyed in The black race. The Caucasian man and woman and homosexuals have a deep fear of the black woman’s superiority so they inferiorize her. Caucasians have fur.Africans have hair. CAUCASIANS imitate the black woman by wearing buttocks pads, WEARING brassiere etc. Caucasians darken their skin,, lips to imitate Africans and try to dance like African and imitate African hip development. CAUCASIANS ARE Partial ape and partial hue-man. The black Madonna is in France, Germany, Poland,Spain,Guatemala and Greece. BLACK MEN make up a large percentage of the military and police forces. Therefore, he’s the most highly armed,technologically skilled and combat trained African soldier in the universe. Pork sweeteners like aspArtame create an unstable personality that can cause homosexual characteristics. Vaccines destroy health. How the black baby learns faster than white babies. Now, I gave you some serious tidbits of information. But it gets more and more serious as you read. This book is a must read. This book is routed with deep issues in the black community and white community. Credit-the book Nutricide by Dr. AFRIKA
First, I want to show much appreciation for the beauty and style of the
black race. Among thinking about such themes, I decided to look
up books that talked about African hairstyles. I then found this
book called “African Hairstyles-Styles of Yesterday and Today.
This book discusses the hairstyles of Black Egyptians. It expressed
that ancient black Africans used beeswax to preserve their
braids and twists. Throughout the book you will also find that Black
Africans were cowrie shells and coins in their hair.
The women in the Bapoto area styled the men’s hair
in cone and mitre shapes. There’s even a presentation of
black people and their African tribes. “African Hairstyles-Styles of
Yesterday and Today” balances the Black African men and Black
African women hairstyles. You wanna see the many ways you can
do cornrows? Check out this book. You get that. You also get a
history of the African hairstyles.Some of the cornrows extend
into a bun, curve at an angle, and have red clay incorporated in it
and animal fat. These fancy African cornrowed hairstlyes have
some type of curls embodied within them. One particular
hairstyle show reminds me so much of the pyramids. Their
many hairstyles compliment their African facial features.
Some of their hairstyles even accompany beads.
I love this book with all my heart. It gives fine details.
Besides the fact that it puts on a display of African hairstyles,
it lists the process of threading. It shows that you can do
a billion more things with African hairstyles than just an
ordinary one. By the way, you’ll notice Caucasians
in this book sporting hairstyles that are originally made
by Black Africans. You might want to purchase or even
borrow this book. Ladies… Gentleman…You’re gonna love it.
Information on the book
Title- African Hairstyles : Styles of Yesterday and Today
Author- Esi Sagay Published by Heinemann in London
Ibadan, and Narobi Copyrighted 1983.