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Hidden Firgures Movie We’ve been paying attention since the all-star, black women leads of Hidden Figures were cast from Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monae. Now we get our first look as the film begins production. The three leading ladies were all on set, in costume, on March 28th in Atlanta to film scenes for the movie and they are serving

profeminist: ““❤ these photos of Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monáe and Octavia Spencer dressed as their characters in Fox “Hidden Figures”! In the film, which will tell the true story of the African American women mathematicians who were behind.

Engineer Mary Jackson, mathematician Katherine Johnson, and NASA supervisor Dorothy Vaughan.

Ester Jones

The original Betty Boop - This is Ms. doesn't she look familiar to most of us? She was a black entertainer in the her stage name was Baby Esther and her hit song was " boop oop a doop" which cartoon character is she?

New Orleans...hmmmmm right next to Mississippi   River - discovered very EARLY - CULTURAL DIVERSITY -MAKES A TON OF SENSE TO MOI !

'I'm FOUR and smarter than my parents': Toddler who can recite every capital city and boasts IQ over 145 becomes Mensa's newest member

Mensa Invites New Orleans Girl into Genius Society: Anala Beevers scored above a 145 on intelligence tests, and placed in the top one percent of Mensans worldwide. NOLA girls are the best ☺

‪We wouldn't have to have Black Lives Matter if we had not had Black Lives Don't Matter‬

We wouldn't have to have Black Lives Matter if we hadn't had 300 years of black lives don't matter. 'Black lives matter' is a response to 300 years of rampant inhumane, racist…

Negroes = Shemites Egyptian = Hamites HAMITES (modern day 'Africans') SOLD SHEMITES (modern day 'African Americans') into slavery = Trans Atlantic Slave Trade. Therefore, so called Black people DID NOT sell THEIR OWN PEOPLE into slavery. Israelites could pass for Egyptians because of both being a dark (Black) color. If so called Jesus, Moses, and Joseph could blend in with and be mistaken as Egyptians AND WE KNOW THEY WERE HEBREWS, THEN THAT'S ALL THE PROOF NEEDED THAT REAL HEBREWS ARE…

Negroes = Shemites Egyptian = Hamites HAMITES (modern day 'Africans') SOLD SHEMITES (modern day 'African Americans') into slavery = Trans Atlantic Slave Trade. Therefore, so called Black people DID NOT sell THEIR OWN PEOPLE into slavery. Israelites could pass for Egyptians because of both being a dark (Black) color. If so called Jesus, Moses, and Joseph could blend in with and be mistaken as Egyptians AND WE KNOW THEY WERE HEBREWS, THEN THAT'S ALL THE PROOF NEEDED THAT REAL HEBREWS ARE…

First African-American Women in Space (Top To Bottom) #1 Dr. Mae C. Jemison, September 1992 #2 Stephanie D. Wilson, July 2006 #3 Joan Elizabeth Higginbotham, December 2006

Joan Elizabeth Higginbotham (b. Aug American engineer former NASA astronaut. Flew aboard Space Shuttle Discovery mission as mission specialist. Second Black Woman to become an astronaut. Via Wikipedia

"and history remembers her as pretty" Ahhh....Yes history might, "remember her as pretty" but we admire her because she demonstrates that true beauty comes from within and she never missed an opportunity to show hers.

Older Audrey Hepburn…

Audrey Hepburn "and history remembers her as pretty" Ahhh.Yes history might, "remember her as pretty" but we admire her because she demonstrates that true beauty comes from within and she never missed an opportunity to show hers.

Bridget “Biddy” Mason, born a slave in Mississippi in 1818, achieved financial success that enabled her to support her extended family for generations despite the fact that she was illiterate. In a landmark case she sued her master for their freedom, saved her earnings, invested in real estate, and became a well-known philanthropist in Los Angeles, California.

Bridget "Biddy" Mason (August 1818 in Hancock County, Georgia – January 1891 in Los Angeles, California) was an African American nurse, and a California real estate entrepreneur and philanthropist.

The First Black Supermodel, Whom History Forgot • Donyale Luna became the first black supermodel nearly 50 years ago.  At the height of her career, the New York Times called Luna “a stunning Negro model whose face had the hauteur and feline grace of Nefertiti."

The First Black Supermodel, Whom History Forgot

The First Black Supermodel, Whom History Forgot Donyale Luna became the first black supermodel nearly 50 years ago. At the height of her career, the New York Timescalled Luna a stunning Negro model whose face had the hauteur and feline grace of Nefertiti.

Eddie Mabo, the man who changed Australia

Eddie Mabo, the man who changed Australia

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