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" Sometimes the heart has its reasons That reason itself just can't fathom."`Seretse Khama and Ruth Bamangwato Tribal Chief Seretse Khama.

Seretse Khama Comes In From Africa (1950)

Seretse Khama Comes In From Africa (1950)

Yes, totally. And owning your sexuality is still great, as long as you're the one that truly owns it.

Yes, totally. And owning your sexuality is still great, as long as you're the one that truly owns it.

Eleanor Turvey The Words of Sir Seretse Khama , 2014 91 x 91 cm. (35.8 ...

Eleanor Turvey The Words of Sir Seretse Khama , 2014 91 x 91 cm. (35.8 ...

Elizabeth Eckford, perhaps the most famous of the “Little Rock Nine,” braces a hostile mob as she walks away from Little Rock’s Central High School on Sept. 4, 1957. Eckford was turned away by Arkansas National Guardsmen, who were instructed by Gov. Orval Faubus not to allow nine black students to enter the school, despite federal court orders. By Will Counts, AP 1957 file photo

Elizabeth Eckford, perhaps the most famous of the “Little Rock Nine,” braces a hostile mob as she walks away from Little Rock’s Central High School on Sept. 4, 1957. Eckford was turned away by Arkansas National Guardsmen, who were instructed by Gov. Orval Faubus not to allow nine black students to enter the school, despite federal court orders. By Will Counts, AP 1957 file photo

Agostinho Neto, the first President of the independent republic of Angola.

Agostinho Neto, the first President of the independent republic of Angola.

LYNCHING A TEEN: Aftermath  of a lynching in Center, Texas, near the Louisiana border. The victim was a 16-year-old boy. August 3, 1920. "The various emotions you see, from stern, to questioning, to nothing less than shit-eating grins, the presence of children, all while the young man they murdered dangles in front of them."

LYNCHING A TEEN: Aftermath of a lynching in Center, Texas, near the Louisiana border. The victim was a 16-year-old boy. August 3, 1920. "The various emotions you see, from stern, to questioning, to nothing less than shit-eating grins, the presence of children, all while the young man they murdered dangles in front of them."

Black Then | A Glimpse Into Our Past: African American Rural Living In 1930s And 1940s (PHOTOS)

Black Then | A Glimpse Into Our Past: African American Rural Living In 1930s And 1940s (PHOTOS)

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