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Alt History: Black British History We’re Not Taught in Schools – BBC Stories

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Writer and historian David Olusoga presents a series of short films exploring critical moments in Black British history from 1919 that have been forgotten or rarely …

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Kaleah Collins
Kaleah Collins

Get the nobility's coat of arms they try to say that those black faces on the coat of arms of their slaves no that's the black nobility coat of arms

Yumna
Yumna

"the forgotten year of 1919" that's insane 🙁

Andrew Lyon
Andrew Lyon

We don't learn about the never ending slavery, domination, genocide and cousin marriage culture that is black African history in schools either.

Bantu and Nilotic history is a history of near constant genocide and territorial replacement. But let's all act like it's a conspiracy to hide away the fact around 500 people from north and sub saharan Africa existed on these isles over a 5000 year period and that the British took some slaves once.

Aboslute con artist.

genuine authentic new atheist
genuine authentic new atheist

So someone in the 16th century was special BECAUSE they were black? Spot the overt racism.

Llwyd E
Llwyd E

There have been waves of different people coming here since the UK was occupied by humans…any given day is just a snapshot of who happens to be here. Nobody is more special that anyone else. All are equal.

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