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Ideas Black History Month Door Decorations Picture Books For 2019 Black History Month, Black History Books, Black History Facts, Strange History, Marcus Garvey, Zulu, Black Pride, We Are The World, My Black Is Beautiful

Taq'uee Hicks on Instagram: “My heroes #Peacefullyviolent #thepeacefulblackwarrior”

My heroes #Peacefullyviolent #thepeacefulblackwarrior

Just because school system thought you about roots, Martin Luther King Jr, and Rosa Parks, doesn't mean you've learned the truth about black history.

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moment when the all black cast have more degree than hollywood put together. no offense but they always make it seem like black people cant achieve any of this. speaking from an asian perspective here.

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Mamie Smith was the first African-American artist to make a blues record. The album, which brought blues into the mainstream, sold a million copies in less than a year.

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*On this date in Shaka, the great Zulu King was killed. In he became the clan chief of the Zulu, the largest ethnic group in South Africa, with a population of approximately 6 million. African Culture, African American History, African Art, African Tribes, African Americans, African Life, Sierra Leone, Guerrero Tribal, Zulu Warrior
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'Power to the People' - Frank Morrison ~ Couldn't have picked a better person to teach that black history class

Alex Haley Memorial in Annapolis, MD Downtown Annapolis, Annapolis Maryland, Mid Atlantic States, Black History Facts, Romantic Destinations, Buy Tickets, Travel And Leisure, Walking Tour
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Explore visitannapolis' photos on Flickr. visitannapolis has uploaded 226 photos to Flickr.

Tatu Barbie by Byron Lars

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Doll connoisseurs know that Barbie evolved from a saucy German “cousin” spotted by a vacationing Ruth Handler, the doll’s creator, but even though we recognize her roots are European and acrylic, to boot, she still seems like an honest-to-goodness, flesh-and-blood American gal. Yet who are the talented men and women who help shape and fashion …

Garrett Morgan was an inventor and businessman from Cleveland who is best known for inventing a device called the Morgan safety hood and smoke protector in What we know today as the "Traffic Light" & "Gas Mask".

Garrett Morgan - Inventor of the Gas Mask and Traffic Signal

Garrett Morgan was a highly esteemed inventor who created a gas mask and a traffic signal along with dozens more. One of the great inventors in Black history.

A portrait of a Sioux Indian smoking a cigarette. Even the first Marlboro Man was a Native American! Photograph by John A. Johnson, c. Native American History, Native American Indians, American Art, American Clothing, Native Indian, American Pride, British History, We Are The World, In This World
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Old West Showman

Drawn in charcoal. Performer in Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show; a rival of Buffalo Bill.

There were a lot of African American cowboys. Some of them very famous in their time. They have been left out of the history books. Not off of my history of Texas or cowboys, Western Film, Black History Facts, Black History Month, Black Art, New Mexico, Black Cowboys, Black Cowgirl, Real Cowboys, Into The West
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The Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the African American Male is the longest nontherapeutic experiment on human beings in medical history, as noted by Arthur L. Caplan Begun in 1932 by the United States Public Health Service (USPHS), We Are The World, In This World, African Diaspora, Medical History, My Black Is Beautiful, Before Us, African American History, History Facts, Art History

6 Tuskegee syphilis experiment test subjects. On 7/25/1972, the Tuskegee syphilis experiment came to light. The US Public Health Service, in conjunction w/ the Tuskegee Institute in AL, had been allowing poor, rural black men w/ syphilis to go w/out treatment, even allowing them to die as a way of studying the disease. These men were intentionally misled that they were being treated for “bad blood.” Their doctors had no intention of curing them from the syphilis that was slowly killing them…

Andrew "Rube" Foster organizes the first "LONG LASTING" professional league… Negro League Baseball, Baseball Teams, American Giant, January 4, History Projects, We Are The World, National League, My Black Is Beautiful, My Heritage
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Andrew "Rube" Foster organizes the first "LONG LASTING" professional league (Negro National League) from January 1920 - 1931. He is known as the "father of Black Baseball." Mr Foster (considered by historians to have been perhaps the best African-American pitcher of the first decade of the 1900s) also founded and managed the Chicago American Giants, one of the most successful black baseball teams of the pre-integration era. He was ALSO elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1981.