Albert Einstein (3/14/1879 - 4/18/1955) was an outspoken opponent of racism and lifelong friend of Paul Robeson. In a 1946 speech at Lincoln University he said, "Your ancestors dragged these black people from their homes by force; and in the white man's quest for wealth and an easy life they have been ruthlessly suppressed and exploited, degraded into slavery. The modern prejudice against Negroes is the result of the desire to maintain this unworthy condition." #TodayInBlackHistory
Einstein, when he arrived in America, was shocked at how Americans of African Descent were treated. “There is separation of colored people from white people in the United States," he said. "That separation is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white people. And, I do not intend to be quiet about it.” And, he wasn't.
X his break from the NOI&killed at the Audubon ballroom a week after making this speech. (2/14/65)KILLED NOT BECAUSE OF RELIGION BUT 4THE CALL 2 ORGANIZE BLACKS &CONNECT THEM 2THEIR AFRICAN HERITAGE WHERE WE WUD FIND TRUTH OF OUR WORTH
A Moor from Aswan, Egypt, 1910. Few today talk about the remnants of original people of Egypt, who lived there for thousands of years. Yes, they are still there, although the invading Arabs and their descendants who currently populate the country have tried to take that identity for themself, the seeds of the Pharaohs are still alive. Interestingly, an Arab lady (writer) was threatened and harassed for trying to shed light on the original people of Egypt.