The three stars on the flag represent the three populations that make up the foundational Black lineage: the Indigenous Blacks, the Black Explorers (or Black Europeans) and the Sub-Saharan prisoners of war enslaved in the USA.
In History of Blacks in America from Pre-History to 1877: A Common Core State Standards History, I provide a short history of foundational Black Americans. In this book I provide a full history of Blacks in America. Instead of looking at this history from the perspective of African slaves I record the actual history of Blacks in America.
In History of Blacks in America from Pre-History to 1877, I discuss the real history of Blacks in America. It explains that the contemporary Black population in the United States is made up of three Black Nationalities: Black Europeans, Black Native Americans and Black Africans from Sub-Saharan Africa.
This is an important aspect of the Book, because for too long Afro-Americans have been taught that they are only the descendants of African slaves. This is not bad, because African people have a long and distinguished history. But a history concentrating only on Africa only gives one-third of the history of Black Americans and fails to allow Black Americans to see their real role in the United States.
A History of Blacks in Americafrom Pre-History to 1877 is meant to be used as a textbook or a single history text. The book is divided into two parts. Part One provides a traditional short history of Afro-Americans from slavery up to the 1960’s.
Part Two provides two short essays on the Black Europeans and American Mound builders, along with short informational text teachers can use to teach the history of the Black Americans of European descent, Black Americans of African descent and Black Americans of Native American descent so the reader can have a full knowledge of the history of Blacks in America.
Since History of Blacks in America from Pre-History to 1877, is written for the student or anyone interested in the real history of Black Americans, the essays have footnotes and there is a list of further readings in Afro-American history for those readers who seek information about the themes discussed in this book.
After you buy the flag buy my book to learn the history of foundational Black Americans.