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Black History Month

Day 13

Black Women Athletes

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. Black Women Authors Continuing with this weekend's Black History Month theme of focusing on Black women, today I highlight a few of the literary greats. Feel free to add to this list with your own suggestions by leaving them in the reader's comment section. Gwendolyn Brooks (1917-2000) A black poet. The second book of poems by Gwendolyn Brooks, Annie Allen (1949) won the Eunice →

Day 11

Black Women in American Politics Many people seem to forget about the important role black women have played in American politics, but when you think about it, Condoleeza Rice was the most powerful woman in politics (period) at a time when Barack Obama was community organizing as a junior senator for the state of Illinois. Let's not forget the sistas.

Day 10

Black History Destinations Black History Month is usually a time for reflection, remembrance, and recognition of the people who paved the way for black Americans to live the way we live through inventions, medical and musical advances, or simply bravery. This year, why not switch it up a bit? Instead of thinking of these inspirational people, visit their homes or go →

Day 9

Massachusetts 54th Regiment The 54th was organized in March 1863, since it was an all black regiment except for it Leaders, and being the first black Regiment to be organized in the northern States all eyes were on its progress. If the performance turned out to be good, it would be the deciding factor if Black's could be used in →

Day 8

Separate But Equal. Separate But Equal Doctrine derived from the Supreme Court's decision inPlessy v. Ferguson (1896) that state‐mandated separation of the races in public transportation did not violate the Thirteenth Amendment's ban on involuntary servitude or the Fourteenth Amendment's Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses so long as the facilities provided for the segregated races were equal. In Plessy, all the justices save John Marshall Harlan →

Day 7

Little Rock Nine The Little Rock Nine were the nine black students involved in the desegregation of Little Rock Central High School. Their entrance into the school in 1957 sparked a nationwide crisis when Arkansas governor Orval Faubus, in defiance of a federal court order, called out the Arkansas National Guard to prevent the Nine from entering. President Dwight D. Eisenhower responded by federalizing the →

Day 6

The Underground Railroad. The Underground Railroad consisted of an expansive network of people who helped runaway slaves escape to the Northern States and to Canada. The Underground Railroad was not run by any single group or person. Rather, it consisted of many individuals -- a good number of whites but predominantly black -- who knew only of the local efforts to aid runaways →

The “Black Allure” By Vogue Italia.

Vogue Italia is known throughout the fashion industry as one of the top fashion magazines of the world. It is the least commercial edition of the Vogue brand of periodicals. The shockingly provocative, avant garde images transcend mere fashion to make  high concept artistic expressions. (Even I lost myself in that convoluted statement) Black Allure, by Emma Summerton,  is a stunning layout for Spring /Summer →

Day 5

Civil Rights Act of 1964 “Americans of every race and color have died in battle to protect our freedom. Americans of every race and color have worked to build a nation of widening opportunities. Now our generation of Americans has been called on to continue the unending search for justice within our own borders. We believe that all men are created equal. →

Day 4

. Blacks In the Military. "Once let the black man get upon his person the brass letter, U.S., let him get an eagle on his button, and a musket on his shoulder and bullets in his pocket, there is no power on earth that can deny that he has earned the right to citizenship." -Frederick Douglass Approximately 180,000 African-Americans comprising →

Day 3

Madame CJ Walker "I am a woman who came from the cotton fields of the South. From there I was promoted to the washtub. From there I was promoted to the cook kitchen. And from there I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations....I have built my own factory on my own ground." -Madam Walker, National Negro Business →

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. Click image to see video . JOSEPHINE BAKER - Began as a "Chorus Dancer." - Headed to New York during the Harlem Renaissance. - Performed for the troops during the French Revolution. - Was a secret agent for the French and transferred information. - She opened in Paris as an "erotic dancer." →

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