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"Black sounding" names and their surprising history

Thank you to Audible for supporting PBS Digital Studios. You can learn more about Audible at or text sayitloud to 500500! What’s in a name? Sometimes it’s just our imagination, and other times it’s an attempt at a political statement. Black names have been satirized and stereotyped for a long time, but they have a unique and downright surprising history. Azie and Evelyn discuss the history, culture, and influence on “black sounding names” for #SayItLoudPBS Watch more from us: Why #BlackTwitter Exists (And Is Totally Awesome) And from our friends: Why Do We Have Middle Names? Follow us @SayItLoudPBS Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: SOURCES Key & Peele “East/West College Bowl”: Names of American Negro slaves: Slave Names In Colonial South Carolina: More about names and slavery, including nicknames: Malcolm X on his last name: That Coming To America scene: Some info about Pan-Africanism: That Roots scene: French influence: “Sweet Lady” by Tyrese: Are Emily And Greg More Employable Than Lakisha and Jamal: A more current response to that study: More about hiring bias:

African Fashion Week London 2019 #London #Afwl

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Exhibiting the First Ladies: A Curator’s Perspective

Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw, the Class of 1940 Bicentennial Term Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Pennsylvania, presents her research and insights from curating “Every Eye Is Upon Me: First Ladies of the United States.” The presentation is followed by a Q & A moderated by Portrait Gallery Acting Senior Historian, Kate Clarke Lemay. This program is part of the Greenberg Steinhauser Forum in American Portraiture Conversation Series and is hosted by PORTAL, the Portrait Gallery’s Scholarly Center. We are grateful for the generosity of the following donors whose support has made “Every Eye Is Upon Me: First Ladies of the United States” possible: Robert and Arlene Kogod, Morgan Stanley, Jonathan and Nancy Lee Kemper, Reinsch Pierce Family Foundation by Lola C. Reinsch, John H. Simpson Charitable Trust, Terra Foundation for America Art, Dr. Paul and Mrs. Rose Carter, The Honorable Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn, Ronnyjane Goldsmith, Michael and Catherine Podell, Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Reaves, Lynda Thomas, Susan and David McCombs. This exhibition received support from the Smithsonian American Women’s History …

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The Evil Child Season 4 – 2017 Latest Nigerian Nollywood Movie

In this exquisitely made movie, we encounter Adaora (Racheal Okonkwo)a young girl born under a mysterious circumstance. Fate however takes her to the home of Chekwube(Ngozi Ezeonu) a good hearted woman who picked her up as a child and nurtured her against all restrictions from her family. Now, strange and terrifying events have characterised the life of this young girl in the house of her foster mother, which obviously explain that she has extraordinary powers and a mission to avenge the sins of the past which has found its way to ruin the present. Nollywood movies starring: Ngozi Ezeonu, Racheal Okonkwo, Livinus Nnochiri, Ngozi Ovuka and Collins Ejike Produced by: Chibueze Ucheama Subscribe Now to get the full movie alert. Best Of Nigerian Nollywood Movies ,Watch Best of Nigerian actress,Best Of Nigerian Actors, Best Of Mercy Johnson, Best Of Ini Edo, best of tonto Dikeh, in Nollywood movies, action, Romance, Drama, epic, Only on youtube Best Of Nollywood Channel, see clips, trailer’s and exclusives on Nollywood Movies. This Youtube channel brings you the best on …

COVID-19 Consumer Trends Webinar 2020

COVID-19 has impacted our lives and changed the way many organisations and businesses operate. As we are facing one of the biggest challenges for the fashion and retail industry, this webinar aims to shed some light on consumer trends and behavior using data to identify trends that can help brands in their path to recovery. What does the data tell us about the trends that will stick when normality is restored? Will things ever be the same again? Are we looking at the same customer pre-COVID-19? What does the data tell us about media consumption during a crisis?

Man's Not Hot 🔥 Black Chyna Inspired Makeup Tutorial | Young Africana

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When is the best time to visit the Kruger National Park? Rhino Africa's Travel Tips

The Kruger National Park is a sight to see in all its seasons, and there’s truly never a bad time to go on safari. Discover the best time of year to visit, depending on which animals you’d like to see and how warm you’d like to be! Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Follow us on: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: @rhinoafrica Google+: LinkedIn Website:

Lets Talk About It || African Art History: Why is it Racist??

In this video, I review works from Oceania and (mostly) Africa and the way that they were “acquired” and subsequently studied. I critique the “discoveries” of invasion-era anthropologists, giving them the verbal lashing they MORE than deserve, and I expose Anglo-Saxon “explorers” on African expeditions for the devious, money-hungry, ransacking hordes they truly were. All the while introducing you, art students of High School/College, to truly fascinating pieces that and reveal the lies told in our “history” books.