Nationwide –- Gabriel Scott has released a new book entitled “100 Unsung Black History Facts” presents readers with 100 remarkable facts that have been overshadowed, obscured, or concealed from mainstream discourse. For example, it covers the truth about Ludwig Van Beethoven’s identity, how Black history is connected to St. Patrick’s Day, and the story of Margaret & Matilda Peters, two African American sisters that were very successful in tennis almost 100 years prior to Venus & Serena Williams.
It is a treasure trove of hidden narratives, presenting readers with 100 remarkable facts that have been overshadowed, obscured, or concealed from mainstream discourse.
“What sets this book apart is its dedication to unearthing truths that have been marginalized or overlooked,” says Scott. “These are not merely forgotten stories; they are powerful testimonies that deserve to be celebrated and remembered.”
Targeted at high school students and beyond, 100 Unsung Black History Facts caters to those with a passion for history, knowledge, and engaging with authentic narratives. It is a resource for educators, students, history enthusiasts, and all individuals seeking a deeper understanding of Black history.
Scott’s commitment to unveiling history does not stop with 100 Unsung Black History Facts. With more books on the horizon, he remains dedicated to uncovering suppressed narratives and sparking conversations that challenge societal norms.
For more information on Scott’s enlightening work and the compelling stories shared in his book please visit GabrielScott.net. Social media enthusiasts can connect with him via the handles provided on the website.
100 Unsung Black History Facts is available in both paperback and ebook formats through Barnes & Noble.
About the Author
Gabriel Scott is originally from Akron, Ohio but currently lives in a suburb of Cleveland. He’s had a love for history ever since he was ten years old. He has given lectures at some grade schools, churches, youth organizations and a few colleges. He says that he has been writing and posting unknown Black History facts on social media almost every week for five years, and is passionate about teaching the truths regarding people of African descent.
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