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Working Moms in 20s believes we have the ability and influence to promote more images as such of Black Families. We will not rest until the media corrects its vision of our people. Join the movement

Working Moms in believes we have the ability and influence to promote more images as such of Black Families. We will not rest until the media corrects its vision of our people. Join the movement

40 Acres and a Mule Would Be at Least $6.4 Trillion Today—What the U.S. Really Owes Black America

Slavery made America wealthy, and racist policies since have blocked African American wealth-building. Can we calculate the economic damage?

And Still I Rise by Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou was a very exceptional and successful African American female. This is one of many of her famous poems "And Still I Rise". The website gives a good view on how others viewed Ms.

The Real History of Black Native Americans

The Real History of Black Native Americans

My grandmother's grandfather was full-blood Cherokee. African American x Cherokee ~Many freed and escaped slaves went west where there was true freedom and were adopted by tribes taking Native American wives.

Bessie Coleman, the daughter of a poor, southern, African American family, became one of the most famous women and African Americans in aviation history.

Bessie Coleman aka "Brave Bessie" or "Queen Bess”

Bessie Coleman, the daughter of a poor, southern, African American family, became one of the most famous women and African Americans in aviation history. She was the first woman to earn a pilots license.

Bill Sanderson created this multi-portrait illustration for the September issue of 'The Atlantic,' showing President Obama surrounded by important figures in African American History: Frederick Douglas, Booker T Washington, WEB DuBois, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Jessie Jackson Senior and Rosa Parks.

Graphic by Bill Sanderson for the article, Fear of a Black President - Ta-Nehisi Coates - The Atlantic

Max Robinson was the first African American broadcast network news anchor in the history of American television..

Max Robinson the first black broadcast network news anchor in the history of American television.

THE HIGDON FAMILY ] THE BLACK VICTORIANS | 1898. [From The Joseph C. Pennell Collection, University of Kansas]

Britain’s Biggest Secret - The Black Victorians purpleolifant: “ Pictured above is the Higdon family. This photograph was taken in the year 1898 in Britain.

In 1807 the slave trade was abolished in Britain, and in 1834 slavery itself was abolished throughout the British Empire - largely due to the work of William Wilberforce. In 1804 an independent Black African nation was established in Haiti - marking the end of slavery in the West Indies and Africa.

slavery was the diving force of the southern cotton industry. Many people of the north disagreed with slavery, but due to an ongoing battle between north and south, slavery kept its place in average southern life throughout the until the late

Gainesville, Florida family around 1900

Such a handsome family. "This family portrait was taken in 1900 in Gainesville, Florida. It’s part of a collection at the State Library and Archives of Florida." Via Of Another Fashion

Thomas Smith was one of the original four Black firefighters hired by IFD in 1876. He had retired from the department in 1899 but was reinstated at his own request a few months later. HeThomas Smith was one of the original four Black firefighters hired by IFD in 1876. He had retired from the department in 1899 but was reinstated at his own request a few months later. He was a lieutenant on Hose Wagon 16. Smith, was the first Black firefighter in Indianapolis to die in the line […] The post…

Thomas Smith was one of the original four Black firefighters hired by IFD in 1876. He had retired from the department in 1899 but was reinstated at his own request a few months later. HeThomas Smith was one of the original four Black firefighters hired by IFD in 1876. He had retired from the department in 1899 but was reinstated at his own request a few months later. He was a lieutenant on Hose Wagon 16. Smith, was the first Black firefighter in Indianapolis to die in the line […] The post…

#44th #POTUS #BarackObama 1st African American U.S. President

Dignity, Integrity, Intelligence, Grace and Class.Everything Trump Lacks. Never been so Embarrassed for my Country as I am now. Trump NEVER should have been elected for too many reasons to count at this point.

Bessie Coleman, the daughter of a poor, southern, African American family, became one of the most famous women and African Americans in aviation history. "Brave Bessie" or "Queen Bess," as she became known, faced the double difficulties of racial and gender discrimination in early 20th-century America but overcame such challenges to become the first African American woman to earn a pilot's license. Coleman became a role model for women and African Americans.

Bessie Coleman: Aviator!(Reader's Theater Script)

A Black History Moment Bessie Coleman Elizabeth "Bessie" Coleman was an American civil aviator. She was the first female pilot of African American descent and the first person of African-American descent to hold an international pilot license.

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