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Welcome to the official trailer for Kids Black History. The videos on KidsBlackHistory are designed for Early Years/Foundation Stage and Key Stage One. This would typically be ideal for children between the ages of 2 – 7. We are providing a catalogue of videos weekly to teach your children positive black history and give them …

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Unveiling the original martin luther king speech – “I have a dream”

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) will display the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s original speech from the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. This announcement kicks off a season of celebrating the museum’s fifth anniversary on Sept. 24 and highlights its ongoing mission to tell American history through …

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Black Rebels: Meet the Fearless Black Female Warriors of the Dahomey Kingdom

The Dahomey Amazons (17th Century – 19th Century) The Dahomey Amazons, or Mino, were an all-female regime of the Fon people of the Kingdom of Dahomey in what is the present-day Republic of Benin. The expertly trained female fighters were notorious for decapitating their opponents in battle. Those unfortunate enough to have been taken captive …

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What Did Ancient Egyptians Look Like | Ancient Egyptians | African History | White and Black: Sankofa Pan African Series

There have been for many years controversies about the origin of ancient Egyptians. Some scientists have said that Egyptians are closely related to the Europeans, but we know for a fact that they came from the southern part of Africa (Most likely Uganda). Find out more in this video and further african history in the …

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