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After Nat Turner's "Heavenly Vision, February 12, 1831, he confided his plans to Liberate Captive Africans in the U.S.A. to four of his trusted associates: Hark, Sam, Nelson & Henry: The Nat Turner Library will commemorate the event with a guided tour of "The Nat Turner Trail."Also...
On February 12, 2012 www.black-e-books.com will be launched. "Designed for APPS," by one of the most prolific Black book publishers in known history (600 titles), UBUS Communicatins Systems aim to do online what it did with Black publications during the 1990's. That is make access to digitized information easy to download: in this case, creating APPS to download into handheld devices & etc.
Up until 1990 it is estimated that about 90% of all news & information written about Black people was written by White people: then UBUS broke the strangulation of news and information written, by, for and about" Black people by gaining access to the gigantic Black consumer marketplace in the National Black Community [a.k.a. the Black Nation]: the rest is history in the making; or in the telling from a 100% Black perspective!
The above is just one bit of recent Black history that will be reviewed with two Specials, during the weekend of Saturday, Feb. 11-12, 2012: Other news items that will be reviewed from a historic perspective incude: Reparations, Million Man March, Imari A. Obadele, John H. Clarke, Amos Wilson, Kwame Ture, Huey P. Newton, Rethella Faard Khalifah, Ivan Sertima, Robert Harris, Preston Wilcox and etc.
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