The Black Experience

A file of jump off points I been collecting for a while now, yet to organize and expand but help yourself.

Black Venus
  • multiple links on Black RR history
  • Black Venus, Hottentot Venus. Side-show big butt. Check figurines found in malta catacombs
  • Black Labor orgs
  • 1881, a washerwoman’s strike in Atlanta involved 3000 mostly black cleaning women, where a labor organization was formed to petition for better wages and equal representation. This organization was later named the Washing Society.
  • 1895 Cotton States and International Expo- Booker T Washington ‘separate as fingers but same as the hand’ became separae but equal. First ever negro building Nashville World Fair
  • James Wormley, black hotel owner in DC, present at lincolns death bed. had first black public school built, tranferred to Special Needs school, shut down in 94 due to lead paint and asbestos
Winged Lion printed in Jackson’s book
  • Brown vs RR. about a woman thrown off a train for not using propper restroom, taken to supreme court
  • 1906 Atlanta Race Riots, interview by future head of naacp (named ‘White’) media induced racism leads to race riots, all prominent New England family names. Atlanta is Southern Seat of Reset Authority. Clark University is site of negro stronghold, Gammons school
  • history of the industrial negro, by Jackson. Jackson was said-slave of General Stonewall that directed the world fair at jamestown Negro Pavillion. introduced black banking, financed by boston cryptojew bankers. Jackson wrote the official narrative regarding Blacks in America, or at least his name was on the cover. Started Black ‘secret societies’ in Richmond. African slaves were in America before White Europeans repopulated. His book is the beginning of trans-atlantic slave trade lie and blames Whites. His book is more or less a description of Black participation in wars that never happened.
Jacksons Jamestown World Fair diorama perpetuates 2 myths; The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and Jamestown.

Economic co-operation among Negro Americans. Report of a social study made by Atlanta University under the patronage of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, D.C. together with the proceedings of the 12th Conference for the Study of the Negro Problems, held at Atlanta University, on Tuesday, May the 28th, 1907 edited by WEB Dubois. published in 1907, same time and content as Jacksons, shows a marked push to give Black businesses, but only to make them tax slaves

Gammons black priest school at the Cotton Expo, the black world fairs. The wagonwheel is a prop

Hubert Harrison (88) was the socialist for the Black community, the Anti-W.E.B. DuBois that argued in part about the importance of voting.
Sorry guys, history gatekeepers have tried to insert the Black experience into the narrative of the Labor Movement, here is a photoshop job, Im kinda surprized they admitted it to be fake. Maybe one day someone working at the archives will find a shoebox in the attic full of Black pictures, then they can tell school kids it has always been so. Im not saying Blacks weren’t present and didn’t contribute, Im saying they weren’t remembered by controlled elite classist historians. Neither were Whites or anyone else for that matter. Theres only one way to get your name in the books.

Black experience in St Louis Commune, RR Strike 1877. jstor link

The African Pigmy, “Ota Benga.”
Age, 23 years. Height, 4 feet 11 inches.
Weight, 103 pounds. Brought from the
Kasai River, Congo Free State, South Cen-
tral Africa, by Dr. Samuel P. Verner. Ex-
hibited each afternoon during September

Media today only says about the racism toward Ota but I think he was happy. He lived there, he wasn’t captive, well I guess he couldn’t just walk out but he was a celebrity. His smiles are genuine. He was put on display but enjoyed the attn, a poster child isn’t whipped. Modern day media is exploiting him just as bad as the ones that use him for other agendas. Heres a Post article that is lies, lies, lies but it offers a few leads.

9 prisoners in chains

Congo Free Republic– the Congo was private property of the King of Belgium. The ownership only served so the international community would have a scapegoat. It was the International Military Industrial Complex that farmed rubber for the Machine.

The African interior is the only landlocked place on Earth I have come across. The old world was canal based. Whats that say if you live landlocked on a water based world. This is the only place cut off from the outside. I think it always served as a pool for slaves, the whips and chains kind, not the tax and debt kind. The institution of slavery was fully developed at all times in the past. Not like it was a new phenomenon and grew. What Im getting at is the Africans were in North America before the European Orphans came. African slaves were already here, Europeans are blamed for bringing them but the real slavers just changed their name to ‘missionaries’ and the ‘Church’.

Congo region was developed by Belgium on the surface, but they only served as a cover for international military industrial complex.

The reports of chopping off hands with machetes to save ammunition is only partly propaganda. It happened enough in reality. Much of the African story is shared with Asia. The Dalai Lama, man of peace and passive resistance.for instance. Pre-Communist Tibet was whips and chains slavery too, “the Dark Ages” of Tibet its nicknamed They use hand chopping too as a punishment. Its ‘Hidden Hand’ symbolism.

The definition of Passive Resistance is one guy getting paid and everyone else getting their ass whipped

Mali Empire

Trans-Sahara Trade Route is Africa’s version of the Silk Road

The romance of modern locomotion; containing interesting descriptions (in non-technical language) of the rise and development of the railroad systems in all parts of the world . ovincesand those on the Congo or Niger. In 1880 a surveying expedition was sent underColonel Flatters to explore the Sahara and decideupon the easiest and most profitable route for a track.It pushed some distance into the desert, and returnedwith sufficient information to encourage the Govern-ment to countenance a more exhaustive survey in the following year. Now the Tawareks, and their neighbours the Shaambah Arabs,

Dogon Tribe World Fair Project

Our Catalogue Reference: Part of CO 1069/17 This image is part of the Colonial Office photographic collection held at The National Archives, uploaded as part of the Africa Through a Lens project. Feel free to share it within the spirit of the Commons. Historic pics of Mali

Map of the burial cliff in Kani Bonso near Bandiagara, Mali.

 Kado tribe

In late 1946 Griaule spent a consecutive thirty-three days in conversations with the Dogon wiseman Ogotemmêli, the source of much of Griaule and Dieterlen’s future publications.  In 1991 anthropologist Walter van Beek concluded after his research among the Dogon that, “Though they do speak about sigu tolo [which is what Griaule claimed the Dogon called Sirius] they disagree completely with each other as to which star is meant… All agree, however, that they learned about the star from Griaule.”

In a 1978 critique, skeptic Ian Ridpath concluded: “There are any number of channels by which the Dogon could have received Western knowledge long before they were visited by Griaule and Dieterlen.” In his book Sirius Matters, Noah Brosch postulates that the Dogon may have had contact with astronomers based in Dogon territory during a five-week expedition, led by Henri-Alexandre Deslandres, to study the solar eclipse of 16 April 1893.

The biggest building in the nearby urban-ish area is the central bank
Chemtrails added to old pictures, not that 1974 is old but there were no mass spraying operations going on yet, fake pic, Home of Dogon tribe in Mali
Crop of “1882. Capitaine Bonnier ; le colonel Gustave Borgnis-Desbordes ; docteur Martin-Dupont”, showing colonel Gustave Borgnis-Desbordes Durin gthe Mission Borgnis-Desbordes, Soudan (Mali), 1882, West Africa. From the PD image at the French National Library, from the work “50 phot. de la Mission Borgnis-Desbordes en 1882 au Soudan, essentiellement des sites,des paysages et des portraits de groupe ou individuels, avec notamment: Gustave Borgnis-Desbordes…” Collections électroniques d’images de la Bibliothèque nationale de France / Electronic collections of images of the National Library of France
Bonnier T.P.M.A.E. (18..-18..) – Crop of PD image at
The Coon Wedding by Reset photographer William Rau
A Parson’s Visit by William Rau
“A tribute to the Negro”, temple of the Haitian Revolution, which wasnt a real revolution since they adopted the same slogan as the French Revolution

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