Marcus Garvey – Black Moses – Extra History

Marcus Garvey – Black Moses – Extra History

What Is It?

The YouTube video Marcus Garvey – Black Moses – Extra History by the YouTube channel Extra Credits.

Marcus Garvey is an interesting and divisive figure in civil rights history. Influenced by the writings of Booker T Washington, he pushed back against the philosophy of the NAACP and W.E.B. Du Bois. On the one hand, he was a passionate and fierce leader who unified the community and worked to fight injustice. On the other hand, he was a separatist to the core, a philosophy that led to him reaching out to the Ku Klux Klan. And that’s never the best sentence to hear. But love him or hate him, there is no denying that he was extremely influential on figures like Malcolm X.

A Japanese Business | A UFO Group

Lazy unedited notes of my dreams:

Dream 1

In this dream, I went out of town to a park-like area with some other people.

On the way back we stop somewhere, Jake Paul in parking lot with others, we went to a Japanese business owned by a Japanese family.

The Rise And Fall Of The Lakota Empire – Pekka Hämäläinen

The rise and fall of the Lakota Empire – Pekka Hämäläinen

What is it?

The YouTube video The Rise And Fall Of The Lakota Empire – Pekka Hämäläinen by the YouTube channel TED-Ed, and here is the description for this video:

Trace the rise and fall of the Lakota Empire, which, at their height, were the most dominant power in the American West.

In 1776, a powerful empire was born in North America. The Lakotas had reached the Black Hills, the most sacred place and most coveted buffalo hunting grounds in the western plains. Located in what is now South Dakota, control of the Black Hills, or Paha Sapa, marked the tribe as the dominant power in the American West. Pekka Hämäläinen explores the rise and fall of the Lakota Empire.

Lesson by Pekka Hämäläinen, directed by Mohammad Babakoohi & Yijia Cao.

The Forgotten Lore Of Dune | Dune Encyclopedia Vs Expanded Dune

The Forgotten Lore Of Dune | Dune Encyclopedia Vs Expanded Dune

What is it?

The YouTube video The Forgotten Lore Of Dune | Dune Encyclopedia Vs Expanded Dune by the YouTube channel Quinn’s Ideas, and here is the description for this video:

Today we’re gonna talk about the Dune Encyclopedia. Whenever this book is mentioned anywhere, you’re bound to see at least some people screaming at the top of their lungs: It’s not canon! And while they are technically correct, many Dune fans including myself still consider the encyclopedia to be the definitive history of the Dune Saga outside the 6 books published by Frank Herbert in the main Dune series. In this video, I will explain the history of the Dune Encyclopedia and how it came to be, as well as a bit about the controversy over what should be viewed as the official history of the Dune Saga.

Debunking The Myth Of The Lost Cause: A Lie Embedded In American History – Karen L. Cox

Debunking the myth of the Lost Cause: A lie embedded in American history – Karen L. Cox

What is it?

Here is how TED-Ed describes this video:

Examine the myth of the Lost Cause: a campaign created by pro-Confederates after the Civil War to promote the lie that they seceded for state’s rights.

In the 1860s, 11 southern states withdrew from the United States and formed the Confederacy. They seceded in response to the growing movement for the nationwide abolition of slavery. Yet barely a year after the Civil War ended, southern sources began claiming the conflict was about state’s rights. How did this revisionist history come about? Karen L. Cox examines the cultural myth of the Lost Cause.

Lesson by Karen L. Cox, directed by Anton Bogaty.