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The Obamas hold hands as they listen to Rep. John Lewis speak during an event to commemorate the anniversary of Bloody Sunday and the Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights Marches, at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on March

Britain’s Biggest Secret - The Black Victorians. Who were the Black Victorians? Mainstream history has virtually erased them from our minds and history books. We have been filled with images of slavery in America and across the world, but why is it that this chapter in black history was skipped? Why isn’t it equally common knowledge that in the midst of all of that darkness there was light, also. Never before seen photos were uncovered, giving us over 200 images of glances into our past.

Britain’s Biggest Secret - The Black Victorians. Who were the Black Victorians? Never before seen photos were uncovered, giving us over 200 images of glances into our past.

Bravest of the brave: U.S. Marshals escorting Ruby Bridges, one of the first African Americans students to attend a white school. by batjas88

Bravest of the brave: U. Marshals escorting Ruby Bridges, one of the first African Americans students to attend a white school.

Actual photo of The Great King Shaka Zulu

An old century photograph of a Zulu warrior - The Zulu people, Zulu Tribe and legendary King Shaka Zulu

These DIY photo ornaments are super simple. Crop and glue to thick cardstock, then adorn with photo corners and black ribbon. Use as gift tags, or hang them on found branches, vintage bottles, or Christmas trees. (As always, use copies instead of originals!)

DIY - Photo ornaments are super simple. Crop and glue to thick cardstock, then adorn with photo corners and black ribbon. Use as gift tags, or hang them on found branches, vintage bottles, or Christmas trees.

#insta______ for bulletin board

Instahistory - bringing technology into the classroom. This makes history seem more relevant to students.

Queen Ranavalona III of Madagascar, ca. 1890-1895   Ranavalona III (November 22, 1861 – May 23, 1917) was the last sovereign of the Kingdom of Madagascar.  She ruled from July 30, 1883, to February 28, 1897, in a reign marked by ongoing and ultimately futile efforts to resist the colonial designs of the government of France. As a young woman, she was selected from among several Andriana (nobles) qualified to succeed Queen Ranavalona II upon her death.

“ Queen Ranavalona III of Madagascar, ca. Ranavalona III (November 1861 – May was the last sovereign of the Kingdom of Madagascar. She ruled from July to February in a reign marked by ongoing and ultimately.

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