Black History by Blackaware.com
06/09/2010

African Americans persevered, building universities and achieving heights in all spheres of activity, from arts and entertainment to aviation and science. There are many black history facts.

Online PR News – 09-June-2010 – – The story of African Americans in the United States is one of both immeasurable suffering and soaring hope. Two and a half centuries of slavery and segregation prevented black men and women from exercising the rights of citizenship taken for granted by their white counterparts.
African Americans who fought for freedom from tyranny abroad, helping to liberate Europe from Nazi Germany in World War II, for example, returned to the United States and were denied the right to register to vote—and some were beaten or killed while attempting to do so. In much of the country, blacks were forbidden to share the same spaces—including schools, public transportation, and recreational facilities—as whites. And measures were taken to prohibit African Americans from living near whites. Nevertheless, African Americans persevered, building universities and achieving heights in all spheres of activity, from arts and entertainment to aviation and science. There are many black history facts.
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