As I sit down to write this article it is the start of the month of March which means here in the United Snakes I mean United States of Amerikkka’s oops America “Black” History or “African American” History Month has just ended. I was coming to organize the many articles and posts written by Hebrew over the years on the topic of New Years and Passover and recognizing Abib-April as our Hebrew History Month and re-upload them, when these two things dawned on me.

  1. April is right around the corner and we need to make sure our people know that Abib is our true History month and
  2.  Hebrew has been writing about this for years and it seems no one has taken heed to his words.

So, I thought we need to reintroduce the revelations Hebrew has written over the years, especially with the new book Who is Jesus? Releasing April 14 that way our people are prepared and ready to serve Elohim in truth and spirit.

I wanted to do a deep dive into the history of “Black/African American” history Month so that the I could truly understand the origins and spirit in which it was created.  In order to understand the present, I know I have to go back to the pass, taking inspiration from my husband I went back to when and where it all started.

Dr. Carter G Woodson and the start of Black/African American History

If you don’t know Carter G Woodson was born on December 19, 1875 in New Canton, VA. Mr. Woodson developed a philosophy on the importance of history, he believed it was not just “political and military records of peoples and nations. It must include some description of the social conditions of the period being studied.”-taken from the NAACP website.

In 1915 with several other men in Chicago formed the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History.  In 1916, the Journal of Negro History was created and began quarterly publication, which is one of the oldest journals in the United States. In 1926, he developed and launched an annual February observance called “Negro History Week” which is eventually become what we know as “Black/African American” History month in 1976.  I often wondered why black history month was the shortest month of the year, especially since we, along with the Native Americans built this nation from the ground. Well, nearly 20 years later I found the answer,

“It is said that he (Woodson) chose February for the observance because February 12th was Abraham Lincoln’s birthday and February 14th was the accepted birthday of Frederick Douglass.”

Take what you will from that, what I take is we still give Europeans too much credit. What I also found interesting while researching “black/African-American” history was

“The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to achieve full citizenship in American society.

To achieve full citizenship in American Society. I found this strange because here is the definition of citizen and American citizen:

Citizen: a legally recognized subject or national of a state or commonwealth, either native or naturalized.

American Citizen: if you were born anywhere in the United States or its territories, including Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Individuals from the American Samoa or Swain’s Island are also considered U.S. citizens for benefits purposes. And if you were born in another country and then naturalized, you are also a U.S. citizen.  106 C.M.R.§ 362.200.

In addition, “derived citizenship” is based on the U.S. citizenship of one’s parents. If you were born abroad and at least one of your biological parents was a U.S. born citizen at the time of your birth — and lived in the U.S. at any time prior to your birth – you may have derived citizenship. And if you were born abroad and both your parents naturalized to U.S. citizenship before you turned age 18, you may also have “derived citizenship.” 106 C.M.R.§ 362.210.  Check with an immigration specialist if you think these rules apply to you.

Why would we be fighting to achieve full citizenship in a country we were born in? According to the definition of a citizen we already are. This speaks to truth of what is really going on here in America and why it is so important that we so-called African Americans stop trying to be so included in this country and its ways.

Another interesting thing I found was,

“Dr. Woodson often said that he hoped the time would come when Negro History Week would be unnecessary;”

NAACP website

Yet 45 years later we’re still “celebrating” “Black/African-American” history. This is why we here at the Hebrew Nation know that just recognizing our contribution here in American is not enough for us, we need to know our biblically history, we need to understand who we are and where we come from. This truth is what we need in order to gain our freedom. This illustrates the importance of knowing why Abib is actually our Hebrew History month. This coming month holds two very important dates for us, Abib-1 our New Year’s Day and Abib-14 our Passover. Don’t worry if your new to the faith or just learning about Abib the coming articles will go in great depth and explain Hebrew history Month, New Years Day and Passover. We will even talk about Good Friday and later on the history of Hanukkah. For further reading you can pre-order the book Who is Jesus? The Son of Perdition 2Thess 2:3-10 which will be released on Abib 14 along with the free companion book Ad’am Tree of Life from I’d love to hear your thoughts so leave a comment below. One1nes



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