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TCXPI It Is Written In Stone - Our True Black History


It is said that Africans/Blacks are the First people of earth. 

When we think of Egypt, we think of the beginning of time. We think of the beginning of world and human civilization. We think of Ancient African civilization.

Research shows that Egyptians were people of North Africa, of Nubia and Kush. 

Apparently, the impression given by some Western scholars that the African continent made little or no contributions to civilization, and that its people are naturally primitive has, unfortunately, become the basis of racial prejudice and negative perception directed against all people of African origin. 

TCXPI will use the month of February to celebrate and honor Ancient African civilization and the ANKHcestors who contributed to World and Human civilization. 

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We Remember Dr. Carter G. Woodson and Black History Week/Month





The Father of Black History Month, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, was born in 1875 near New Canton, VA. He was the son of former slaves. In 1907, he obtained his BA degree from the University of Chicago. In 1912, he received his PhD from Harvard University.

In 1915, he and friends established the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. A year later, the Journal of Negro History, began quarterly publication. In 1926, 
Dr. Woodson proposed and launched the annual February observance of "Negro History Week," which became "Black History Month" in 1976. It is said that he chose February for the observance because February 12th was Abraham Lincoln’s birthday and February 14th was the accepted birthday of Frederick Douglass.

Dr. Woodson was the founder of Associated Publishers, the founder and editor of the Negro History Bulletin, and the author of more than 30 books. His best known publication is The Mis-Education of the Negro, originally published in 1933 and still pertinent today.

He died in 1950, but Dr. Woodson’s scholarly legacy goes on. 

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MAY WE CONTINUE TO PAY TRIBUTE AND HONOR TO OUR ANKH CESTORS, AND DISSEMINATE THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO OUR STORY!

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