Moment - consequential - Consequential is something important; significant. This image is significant because its a picture of an African American from World War II. Its a part of history and serves as an evidence of the terrible chaos. This image contains balance and line as well.

WORLD WAR I: African American infantryman posing in front of the American flag. Isn't it sad that throughout the history of photography striking black American images say, "Unidentified African American"? Wasn't the country built by them too?

African-American Flag  David Hammons (American, born 1943) MOMA    1990. Dyed cotton, 56" x 7' 4" (142.2 x 223.5 cm). Gift of The Over Holland Foundation. © 2011 David Hammons  296.1997

African-American Flag David Hammons (American, born MOMA Dyed cotton, x x cm). Gift of The Over Holland Foundation.

African American Flag Shamrock Neck Tie - accessories accessory gift idea stylish unique custom

African American Flag Shamrock Neck Tie - accessories accessory gift idea stylish unique custom

Vintage: African American woman and baby holding the American flag.

Vintage: African American woman and baby holding the American flag. Makes me sad, I hope they were free people. I hope that's why she's holding the flag because she's symbolizing her human right of freedom & peace.

Two hundred years ago, an African American girl made history—literally. She was an indentured servant named Grace Wisher in the household of Mary Pickersgill. Helen Yuen and Ms. Asantewa Boakyewa of the Reginald F. LewisTwo hundred years ago, an African American girl made history—literally. She was an indentured servant named Grace Wisher in the household of Mary Pickersgill. Helen Yuen and Ms. Asantewa Boakyewa of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum share her story. Mary Pickersgill is often…

Two hundred years ago, an African American girl made history—literally. She was an indentured servant named Grace Wisher in the household of Mary Pickersgill. Helen Yuen and Ms. Asantewa Boakyewa of the Reginald F. LewisTwo hundred years ago, an African American girl made history—literally. She was an indentured servant named Grace Wisher in the household of Mary Pickersgill. Helen Yuen and Ms. Asantewa Boakyewa of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum share her story. Mary Pickersgill is often…

Rafer Johnson made his decathlon debut in 1954 and the next year he won the Pan American Games title and set the first of his three world decathlon records.He was favourite for '56 Olmpic title but placed 2nd then at the 1960 Olympic Games he became the first African American athlete to carry the U.S. flag in the Olympic procession, and he captured the decathlon gold medal.

Outstanding African American athletes through out American history with photos, including Rafer Johnson

WW 1, when African American US Army Soldiers were given to the French as replacements & they fought under the French Flag. The Harlem Hellcats came home heavily decorated.

WWI, when African American US Army Soldiers were given to the French as replacements & they fought under the French Flag. The Harlem Hellcats came home heavily decorated.

African Diaspora Flag with African American License Plate

African Diaspora Flag with African American License Plate

A recruiting poster aimed at African American men during the Civil War.  It refers to efforts by the Lincoln administration to provide equal pay for black soldiers, as well as equal protection for black POWs.

Although recruitment of colored Soldiers began unofficially in the Army’s Department of the South in April Congress officially authorizes the recruitment of African-American troops with the passage of the Second Confiscation Act on July

African American Unity Flag | Modern American Protest and Message Flags

Historical Flags of Our Ancestors - Modern American Protest and Message Flags

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