Every Race Has a Flag but the Coon (You), why is this? The History of the RBG Flag. The red, black, and green flag was first designed and used by Marcus Garvey and members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) in 1920. A racist 1900 song called “Every Race Has a Flag but the Coon” … Continue reading On Flag Day, Remember The Red, Black And Green!
The RBG flag is the most recognizable symbol of Pan-Africanism. But since its history and meaning are not taught in western circles, many who are new to Black consciousness may not understand why we use red, black, and green as our defining colors. The RBG are the red, white, and blue of Black consciousness, and have … Continue reading THE MEANING BEHIND THE RBG FLAG
I am proud of who I am and I’m proud to let it be known. I’m proud to have a flag all of my own! I’m proud that I AM of the RBG’s, a SUPREME BEING! I’m proud to not be of this world and know who I am! I’m proud to be of a … Continue reading FLAGS FLYING HIGH