Monday, February 17, 2014

Nat Turner Hero or Villain

Nat Turner|Nat Turner's Rebellion|Slaves In America

Nat, remembered today as "Nat Turner", (October 2, 1800 – November 11, 1831) was an American slave whose failed slave rebellion in Southampton County, Virginia, was the most remarkable instance of black resistance to enslavement in the antebellum southern United States.

His methodical slaughter of white civilians during the uprising made him a controversial figure, but he is still considered by many to be a heroic figure of black resistance to oppression. Though he became known as Nat Turner in the aftermath of the uprising, his actual given name was simply Nat.  

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Saturday, February 1, 2014

Black Art Posters|Black Art Prints|Philadelphia

Best Source For Black Art Posters & Black History Prints In Philadelphia

February has arrived and that means - Black History Month.

Over the course of the month, Americans will celebrate the rich heritage and legacy of African American in the United States. Visit, Black History Month 2014 to learn more about the people and events that shaped the Black experience in America.

For the largest collection of Black Art Posters, Black Art Print in Philadelphia I suggest Affordable And Historical Art.

The video below shows just a small sample of the 500+ Historical Black Art Posters available.

Visit the website, Affordable And Historical Art for details.

Posters are 11x17, easily frameable and make the perfect addition to any room or office. Excellent way to Share the Legacy. Great also for schools, churches, civic organizations, etc.

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African American Scientists Inventors Explorers
Black Power Movement