Black History Month 2020
Welcome Friends Black History Month is going on, which is a good step we can tell the whole world that black people in the world have their own history which is great and also contains a lot of information. This history has been going from ancient times to the present, featuring adventures, struggles, bravery, knowledge, and culture.
Black history begins with Adam Bani’s son Ham bin Noah. The area in which they come in is called Africa. All blacks in the world are called Africans because of the fact that blacks exist in Africa. The historians of the world have exaggerated the slavery of the black race and tried to give it the color of history to believe that the black race belongs to the slave race which is based on sheer lies. Slavery has been an important component in every society since ancient times. Did the world forget that the Greeks were slaves before the black people?
Slavery began in Europe when the White Luanne Villanuez ship captured 20 African slaves during a clash with a Spanish ship on Mexico. Then a hurricane damaged the ship that they had to anchor in Fort Monroe, Virginia. The ship’s captain handed over these twenty slaves to the white merchants of Fort Monroe for repair and food storage, and slavery began in Europe.
On the beaches of Africa Pakistan: –
An article by this name I read a few days ago, the author of this article is Dr. Feroz Ahmed and it contains a Ph.D. thesis. I found many points in this article to be poorly researched and false because many facts could be ascertained if proper research had been done, but they probably did not think they would do so. As far as the existence of blacks in Pakistan is ancient, Dr. Sahib writes that “Sindh documents of the arrival of blacks in Pakistan are found after 711 when the Arabs conquered Sindh and introduced Islam in the subcontinent. The government lasted three hundred years, it is speculated that during this period the Arabs would be bringing with them African black soldiers and employees who later settled down after their departure and joined the local population through marriage. For centuries, documentary evidence of the presence of African people are regularly found in various parts of India. “
It is worth mentioning here that the historians of Sindh admit that the name was attributed to the two sons of Ham bin Noah in Sindh and India, as it is written in Sindh’s dark book “Taftah al-Kalam”. In addition, the author of the book “Ancient Sindh”, Bhero Mil Mehar Chand Advani writes that “according to the experts of the Almighty, the ancient people have lived there ever since the world came into being or when Asia and Africa were a continent, And their migration was from one area to another, the appearance of such nations is proof that they belong to the African nation. ” Rahimdad Moulai also cited the German historian “Rizalie” as a reference to the ancient people of the subcontinent “that they had black, wide nose, slightly curly hair and medium height”. This proves that the existence of black people in this region is ancient. But historians did not disclose the truth. It should be remembered that when Sindh was the ruler of the Kalhoras, the black rule was then ruled in southern India.
in the words of former President Gerald Ford, to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history, but what does that mean? To understand it? I’ll have to give you the backstory. Black History Month actually started as a week, historian Carter Woodson came up with Negro History week in 1926. It came after you noticed most history textbooks largely ignored black American contributions beyond Harriet Tubman and slavery.
The first celebrations were held in the second week of February because it coincides. It was both President Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglas’s birthdays. They highlighted black accomplishments, important faces and a role African Americans played in building this country.
The first year was a success and it grew from there. And 1970 students at Kent State University decided they wanted to take it up a notch. They expanded the celebration through the whole month of February, six years later during America’s bye Centennial Black History Month became official. Today it’s grown beyond just to focus on black curriculum in schools, the media communities even brands use the month to celebrate black contributions, history, and unsung heroes۔