By: Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare EARLY LIFE Taharqa was a Pharaoh of the 25th Dynasty of Egypt and a Qore (King) of the Nile Kingdom to the south, Kush (Nubia). He was the son of Pharaoh Piye, the ancient Nubian king who conquered Egypt and created the 25th Dynasty of Egypt. Taharqa was also the cousin […]BLACK HISTORY SPOTLIGHT: PHARAOH TAHARQA-THE BIBLICAL “TIRHAKAH” KING OF ETHIOPIA (KUSH/NUBIA) ❤️💛💚
BLACK HISTORY SPOTLIGHT: PHARAOH NARMER/MENES-FOUNDER OF YHE FIRST DYNASTY OF EGYPT 🇪🇬!❤️💛💚
BY:Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare EARLY LIFE Pharaoh Narmer (believed by many experts of Egyptology to be the same pharaoh known as Menes). He was a Pharaoh in the early dynastic period of Egypt. He inherited the ancient African crown from protodynastic pharaoh Ka (also known as Sekhen). UNIFER He is believed by Egyptologists to of been […]BLACK HISTORY SPOTLIGHT: PHARAOH NARMER/MENES-FOUNDER OF YHE FIRST DYNASTY OF EGYPT 🇪🇬!❤️💛💚
BLACK HISTORY SPOTLIGHT: CATHAY WILLIAMS-THE BLACK AMERICAN JOAN OF ARC ❤💛💚
By: Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare EARLY LIFE Cathay Williams was ironically born in Independence, Missouri, sometime around September 1844. She was the daughter of a Black freedman and an enslaved Black woman, therefore making her a slave. Williams worked as a house slave on the Johnson plantation, which was located on the edges of Jefferson City, […]BLACK HISTORY SPOTLIGHT: CATHAY WILLIAMS-THE BLACK AMERICAN JOAN OF ARC ❤💛💚
PHARAOH PIYE: THE BLACK KING WHO RULED BOTH ANCIENT KUSH/NUBIA AND EGYPT
Pharaoh Piye: The Black King Who Ruled Both Ancient Kush/Nubia and Egypt By: Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare Early Life Piye, also known as Piankhi, was the king of the kingdom of Kush, also known as Nubia (modern-day Sudan). He ruled from about 750 BCE to around 719 BCE. The Conquerer During his reign as ruler of […]PHARAOH PIYE: THE BLACK KING WHO RULED BOTH ANCIENT KUSH/NUBIA AND EGYPT
LOVE IS LOVE EXCEPT IF YOU’RE BLACK: 🌈 Poem
Is there really an LGBTQ community?
And if so, is it just based on your sexuality and not your humanity?
I say this because I have experienced just as much anti-Black White supremacy in the LGBTQ community as I have in the straight White community
Love is Love
So love who you want, but lets make sure to be a community of humanity and not just focus on someone’s sexuality.
-Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare