Black People : Black Superheroes of My Childhood

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    The Black Superheroes of my childhood, were Malcolm X,
    he came to all of the African bazaars held by the NOI in Harlem before I could remember

    Herman Furgeson, the RNA were present and active in Brooklyn,

    Bobby Seale, Huey P Newton, we used to wear free Boby Seale buttons to JHS, and wore berets shades and leathers as a fashion statement

    Rev Galamson, (we used to call him our up North Dr King), and the Ocean Hill Browsnville school boycotts and freedom schools
    along with Jitu Weusi; founder of the Afro Amrican teachers association

    and Elijah Muhammed

    he was a hero to us because he didn't take crap from white folks, and he had this picture in Muahmmed Speaks of Africans and Black Americans joining hands across the globe in unity and progress
    and the stores, shops and businesses we saw all over the Black neighborhoods, in Bed Stuy and Harlem, that had shop keepers that even called us as children yes sir and yes mame,
    really made us proud!
     
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