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Black History Month /is

American Civil Rights Month


Black History Month is celebrated in February.
Celebrating one diverse history in the unity of American diversities.

American Civil Rights Month struggle 4 Character over Color
History      -      Sayings      -      Poetry

Dr. King and V. Pres. Richard M. Nixon  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
 with Republican
 Vice President
 Richard M. Nixon
 in 1957.

 These are the resources @ for your celebration of Black History Month.

Black History Month - - - American Civil Rights Month

Black and the Political Parties
    Slavery was an issue in politics since the forming of America, however and unfortunately it was also entrenched in the American economy.
    In 1854 the Republican Party was formed with it's primary goal being to abolish slavery.  Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican President. Although Lincoln's goal in fighting the Civil War was to preserve the Union, his Emancipation Proclamation was a spoil of war. Following Emancipation Blacks began to run for government offices. The first 23 Blacks elected to the U.S. Congress were Republican.
     The Democratic Party opposed every attempt at equality in society even to enact laws to restrict voting to black citizens. The "Jim Crow Laws" were enacted by Democrats and supported along with segregation in schools and society by the Democrat Party.

  Black Poets
Jupiter Hammon was the first American Black to have a poem published.
Phyllis Wheatley was the first American Black to have a book of poetry published.
See - The Poet Jupiter

Black Patriots
Blacks have served in the service for Liberty since the origin of American Liberty. Slaves served with and against their masters in the Civil War.
Few heroes were recorded - Black American Patriots of the American Revolution in Rhyme

Black Presidents?

Barack Hussein Obama is the first Black-American to become President of the United States.
Other Presidents have had some Black in their ancestry; Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge. Those presidents had been socially accepted as white.

"I Have a Dream"
Excerpts from the Speech by
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

"I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. 
I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: 'We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.'"
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."

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PoetPatriot's Bigotry

"Racism comes in all colors of ignorance."

"Bigotry is in our ignorance, our intelligence keeps it at bay."

"Color of our soul is determined by color of our character not the color of our skin."

"I don't care about your demographics. I care about the demographics of your character."

Affirmative Action racial profiles."

- PoetPatriot Bigotry Quotes

Dr. King with Richard M. Nixon  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
 with  Vice President
 Richard M. Nixon
 in 1957.

    Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. and other Civil Rights Leaders met with the Republican Eisenhower Administration to discuss the Democrat opposition to the Republican Civil Rights agenda.

Dr. Martin Luther King
 with President
Dwight D. Eisenhower
in 1957

Dr. King with President Eisenhower

   Republicans Proposed and Enacted the Civil Rights Amendments of 1957 and 1964. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was signed by President Johnson but had been opposed by the Democrat Party.

  Dr. Martin Luther King
  and  President
  John Kennedy met
  to discuss possible
  support for the
  Civil Rights agenda.

Opposing Civil Rights
    The Democratic Party fought the Civil Rights Act of 1964, even fillibustering against it as a last ditch effort to kill the Amendment. Civil Rights leader, Fanny Lou Hamer, was barred from attending the 1964 Atlantic City Democratic National Convention, because of her Black agenda. President Kennedy had began meeting with Dr. King in support of Civil Rights though the Democrat Party remained against it. The multiple apperances between the two men; the assassinations; and President Johnson signing the Bill, overshawdowed the fact that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was a Republican success. The misperception still exists today.

Black Vote Manipulated

    Martin Luther King Jr. organized the Million Man March which was opposed by President Kennedy and the Democrat Party. Martin Luther King Jr. had been jailed, one of JFK's campaign aids was going to arrange King's release but Kennedy said, "No," concerned it would lose him the southern vote. Martin L. King Senior, in anticipation of the release had placed a large advertisement in the newspaper. In the ad Martin Luther King Senior thanked Kennedy and declared his vote for Kennedy for releasing his son from jail. When Kennedy heard this he held back waiting to see how the ad might sway public opinion. That move played well, Kennedy had his campaign aid arrange the release of Martin Luther King Jr. That incident of fluke timing with an advertisement telling of King Senior's support for Kennedy began the conversion of Blacks voting Democrat rather than the Republican Party that had always supported equality.

Power over Character

    The Democrat Party to gain votes began to use the Civil Rights agenda to buy Black votes by enacting "civil rights" laws that would use color rather than 'content of character' to improve the plight of the Black. Reverse discrimination in Affirmative Action was opposed by the Republican Party. The Republican Party still stands on the principal of by one's initiative and "content of their character," The Democrat Party continues to appeal to the vanity without regard for actual outcome or fairness between the races.

(c) January, 2012, 2014 Roger W Hancock


Black History Month - - - American Civil Rights Month

Black American Patriots Black American Patriots of the American Revolution in Rhyme
M.L.K. Jr. Day
 History of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day @ TimeLines of Liberty
M.L.K. Jr. Day @ Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day @
                      - I Also Have A Dream.
Political Firsts  First Black, first Asain, first Indian, etc.
Black Patriot Rhymes  Black Patriots of the American Revolution in Rhyme.
Bigotry Quotes PoetPatriot's Quotes on Civil Rights & Bigotry
Kwanzaa Kwanzaa @
TimeLines of Liberty  - TimeLines of Liberty - Index

Reader Board Sign Sayings - for
Black History Month
 American Civil Rights Month
Most of the Sayings are for Church Signs. Some Sayings are somewhat generic.


Dr. M.L.K. Jr.  Day Sayings  - Original one line sayings for Signs, Bulletins, Newsletters.
Bigotry Quotes  - PoetPatriot's Quotes on Civil Rights & Bigotry
Peace Sayings  - Original Sayings of Peace for Church Signs.
Love & Life Quotes  - Quotations of Love and Life by the PoetPatriot.
Misc. & Inspirational Quotes  - Other inspirational Quotes by the PoetPatriot.

Poetry Pages @

Black Patriot Rhymes  - Black Patriots of the American Revolution in Rhyme.
Poetry on Holiday  - Poetry of American Holidays - Armed Forces - Pow/Mia - Pearl Harbor...
Rhymes on Holiday  - Rhymes of American Holidays
     Patriotic Poetry  - Poems of American Patriotism - Love of Country
Patriotic Haiku Poems  - Loving America - Haiku Poetry
   Other Poetry
Love Poetry  - Original Poems of Love @
Christian Love Poems  - Poems of Love in faith - First Love by Christ
Christian Life Poems  - Poetry of Life in faith  - New Life in Christ
Pro- Life Poetry  - Poetry Protest against Abortion
     Patriotic Rhymes  - Rhyme poems for Children who love America
Patriotic Links  - Links to other American Patriotic websites

Reciprocal Link

American Era History Publications - An educational & fun approach to historical topics presented in unique ebookjoint format.

Other Links of Interest

NRA Created to Protect Freed Slaves
Videos: Blacks & the National Rifle Association 3:09   - Full Version 1:14:49

Martin Luther King Jr. Day at

The 'real history' of Black Americans and the Republican Party
National Black Republican Association
Civil Rights and Bigotry Quotes - by the PoetPatriot
Republican's for Black Empowerment
Black American Patriots in Rhyme at

Copyright 2012, 2014 Roger W Hancock,

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American Civil Rights Month
Celebrating historical adversities and advances towards character over color.
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