Quote from @steviebdesigns ..Sadly, many white ‘liberals’ and most black Christians have never wondered why the institution of slavery denied slaves every single human right or dignity, yet thrust Christianity upon them. Two of the obvious reasons were 1) it taught the slaves submission and a belief that though they suffered in life, they’d somehow be rewarded after death, in heaven 2) it taught them to deeply worship a white man and white angels as symbols of all that’s wise, loving and good. Most black Christians have yet to unlearn these two lessons. ……. #Truth 🙌🙌🙌🙌
WE PRAY ALL NIGHT.
YALL FUCKING WOULD. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
I almost didn’t reblog this cuz chile boo on the religion tip, but why she kill it tho..?!?!
OH GOD. WHY IS MY DASH FILLED WITH SO MANY WONDERFUL THINGS ABOUT BLACK PEOPLE BEING WONDERFUL?
FOR LOVE OF GOD!!!
All you guys who constantly are attacking me about my black Egyptians please stop with your ignorance and stupidity. If you ask yourselves why do I draw them as black people this picture is the main reason.
First of all, Kemet wasn’t the land of one race. There were Nubian pharaohs, kings of Persia, even Greek dynasty ruled; however towards the end of ancient Egypt, but never the less, Egypt was a melting pot of different skin colors.
You again ask yourselves: Well, the original Egyptians, how did they look like?
Idk! I don’t draw Egyptians from 10 000 B.C.! I’m drawing Egyptians from the time when Egypt was the ruling empire of the world, when a ”pale” Persian, ”black” Nubian or ”light brown” Arab wanted to come to the valley. Middle and New Kingdom to be precise (I base my drawings more on the New Kingdom, simply because it was more lavish, luxurious, most prosperous time that marked the peak of Egypt’s power)
Even a fool can conclude that they weren’t, I mean, WERE NOT(!), white! White were the Romans, and not the Romans from the south of Italy, northern Romans. White were the Nordic people, white were my people, (ancient Slavs; though I’m a mixture of Romans, Illyrians and Slavs). But ancient Egyptians… NO.
On the image I’ve put as a example of my vision on how they looked it is obviously that they were black. Look how the Middle Easterns are depicted. Lighter. Look how to southern people are depicted. Darker.
Because you attacked me and insulted me how I prefer black Egyptians, and frankly, I do prefer them, cause black people rule; I command you to google these two tribes. BEJA TRIBE AND AFAR TRIBE.
Did you google them? Fine. Those are the people who in my opinion most closely resemble the ancient Egyptians, and yeah. They are black!
In fact, according to the latest researchs, those tribes are actually descendants of the ancient Egyptians, so I rest my case.
So haters…. Have a nice f****** day!
This is a clear example of how People of African decent are totally ignored, dismissed, and psychologically attacked by Hollywood. I just watched the trailer of the upcoming film NOAH. According to the Biblical story, Noah had 3 sons. Ham, Shem, and Japheth. Ham was supposedly the father of Cush who is the ancestor of the Black race according to the story. There are no Blacks in this trailer or the movie. Also if Ham was Black so was Noah. This is genetics 101. There is also an upcoming film called EXODUS which tells the Biblical story of Moses leaving Egypt. Wondering if the Ancient Egyptians will be portrayed as the Black Africans they were as in my cover image? You don’t have to guess. They will NOT be. This is the information age and the facts have been clearly revealed. There is no excuse. Do not be naive nor get it twisted. This is clear, blatant, and intentional psychological warfare against Blacks to rob them of their unparalleled creative historical legacy, to keep them in a suppressed mental state. The weapons of choice are imagery and symbols. Do NOT underestimate their power. You do so at your own detriment!!
I wont even waste my time going to see this shit
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For “AFRIKA FIFTY6”
Afrika Fifty6 and Michael Tousana have collaborated on a unique collection of African inspired pieces. These pieces will be sold to help raise money to provide all of the necessary essentials to the less fortunate. The necessities will include, but are not limited to the following: drinking water, food, mosquito nets, vaccinations, medicine, clothes, financial assistance for education, subject matter tutorials, health and fitness classes, etc.