Tag: Abraham Lincoln


Militant World™

In honor of Minister Malcolm X 91st Birthday today, May 19th, 2016, The Gloves Come Off. Often asked by many why I don’t like or respect Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King as I do Minister Malcolm X, that answer is easy for me, although some will not agree, […]



Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States.  Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the […]

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Poems to Celebrate Black History Month

Poems to Celebrate Black History Month Poems that explore the African-American experience. American Income Afaa Michael Weaver Unholy Women Chris Abani Nina’s Blues Cornelius Eady won’t you celebrate with me Lucille Clifton Letter to Brooks: Spring  Garden Major Jackson Canary Rita Dove Praise Song for the Day Elizabeth […]


The Last 24™

President Obama Awards the 2013 National Medals of Arts and Humanities     Garrett Brinker July 28, 2014 06:41 PM EDT This afternoon, the President and the First Lady honored the 2013 National Medals of the Arts and Humanities recipients at the White House. The President told the […]

Celebrating Black History Month, The Black History Moment Series #22: Dr. John Hope Franklin, African American Scholar And Historian.

  By Jueseppi B.     Throughout the month Of February, TheObamaCrat™ will post a daily series called The Black History Moment Series. Each day for 28 days of this historic month you will be given the food of Black History to satisfy your hunger for knowledge.    Celebrating Black History […]

Celebrating Black History Month: The Black History Moment Series #3. Post Racial AmeriKKKa.

  By Jueseppi B.     Post-racial America…..   Post-racial America is a theoretical environment where the United States is devoid of racial preference, discrimination, and prejudice. Some Americans believed that the election of Barack Obama as President and wider acceptance of interracial marriage signified that the nation had entered this state, while others believe […]