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Black History University Monthly Recap Prof Sinha Nov 2021: Kenosha Verdict

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Black Japanese Generals celebrating their victory over Russia in 1907.  They are of Ainu ancestry. The Ainu were the Africoid/ African descent people who settled ancient Japan.   It is often told in history about how Japan defeated Russia in a  brilliant naval / military campaign at Port Arthur. 

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5.Thanksgiving~ Abraham Lincoln @22 minutes

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8. Black Exodusters, Pioneers in the Midwest, Stage Coach Mary@30 minute 


The Botched Boley Robbery V. The Harder They Fall.....

Boley Was The Black Town That Couldn't Be Robbed, by Betty DeRamus
ON NOVEMBER 23, 1932, three members of “Pretty Boy” Floyd’s Depression-era gang made the worst mistake of their lives. They tried to rob the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Boley, Oklahoma, an all-black town of proud-walking pioneers. 
UP TO that point, the Floyd gang had been robbing an average of a bank a week, usually without any resistance. But Boley’s bank was the state’s first nationally chartered black-owned bank, and residents had vowed it would never be robbed. As the gang would soon discover, folks in Boley meant what they said.