The latest instance of a "Karen" going wild on video came in the form of a white woman trying to criminalize a Black male while trying to steal a Citi Bike he had already paid for. The irony,
In 1877 the Black town of Nicodemus was born. Reverend W. H. Smith and other freed slaves recruited more than 300 ex-slaves to Nicodemus to start a new life.
In the 1800s a Black man from Alabama named John Benson escaped the thumb of slavery, traveled across state lines to save his sister, then became a wealthy man who founded a Black community on the same land where he was once a slave.
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