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DID YOU KNOW? This Actress Went to Yale, Was The First Woman To Receive The NAACP Chairman's Civil Rights Leadership Award & SO MUCH MORE.... Read about her here. | Urban Intellectuals

Here is a short list of just some of the things she acheived: The first woman to receive the NAACP Chairman’s Civil Rights Leadership Award.Honored for raising the image of blacks through her work on stage, television and in the movies. She attended Yale University. She died in 1998 and had an estate worth around […]

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Black youth looking for a dose of inspiration now have a new ally following the recent launch of the website MyAncestorsdiddat.com, African American Inventors.

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The life of Maya Angelou

Angelou was a dancer in a club in San Francisco in 1954 when friends encouraged her to become a calypso singer and go for an audition at the Purple Onion, then one of the Bay Area’s hottest cabarets. They also convinced her to change her name, and so Marguerite Johnson Angelos became Maya Angelou.

Image may contain: 1 person, text that says 'This Day In Black History Valuable April 1921 was the birth date of bio-chemist Marie M. Daly was the first African American woman to earn a Ph.D in chemistry. In 1988 she esta- blished Black History Facts, Black History Month, Black Power, Think Tank, African American Women, African Americans, African American History, British History, Interesting History

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A Woman's War: Captain Gail Harris - Navy's First African American Female Intelligence Officer

Over the past 20+ years, Captain Gail Harris has built a unique professional career that includes breaking ground for women and African Americans in the military, providing combat-proven leadership and intelligence analysis during major international conflicts, and developing policies and strategies for mitigating cyber warfare. She is also ...

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 Sadye Beatryce Curry is the first African American woman in the United States to become a gastroenterologist.at the time of my training," she says, "it was considered to be a 'man's profession' much more so than it is today. Black History Facts, Black History Month, African American Women, African Americans, Native American, Famous Black, My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful Body, Women In History

Dr. Sayde Curry: First African-American Woman to Become a Gastroenterologist in the U.S

Dr. Sayde Curry was the first African American woman to become a gastroenterologist in the United States, and the only African American to train in the gastroenterology fellowship program at Duke Univ

Dr Joan Higginbotham the second Black Woman to become an astronaut. Via Wikipedia: Joan Elizabeth Higginbotham (born August is an American engineer and a former NASA astronaut. She flew. Today In Black History, Black History Facts, Black History Month, Black Girls, Black Women, African American Women, African Americans, Native American, Space Shuttle

Taking Flight: 7 Black Female Astronauts and Aviators Who Changed History

From NASA mission specialists to commercial airline pilots, black women have been instrumental in the history of flight.

Janet Collins The first black dancer to perform on stage @ the metropolitan opera house in New York Black History Facts, Black History Month, Kings & Queens, Black Dancers, Divas, Vintage Black Glamour, My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, African Diaspora

Black Women Power: Janet Collins

Janet Collins (1917-2003): dancer, choreographer, painter. “As a prima ballerina in 1951, she became the first Black artist to perform on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House in New York…

Joseph Charles Jenkins was the first African American Naval Officer, becoming a US Coast Guard Ensign almost a year ahead of the Navy's "Golden Thirteen". Black History Facts, Black History Month, Coast Guard Officer, Beyonce, History Magazine, African Diaspora, My Black Is Beautiful, Before Us, African American History

The Long Blue Line: Coast Guard Officers Jenkins and Russell—Trailblazers of Ethnic Diversity in the American Sea services « Coast Guard COAST GUARD COMPASS

Jesse Russell is an African American inventor whose innovative perspectives profoundly influenced the wireless communication industry. He’s know for his patented invention of the Digital Cellular Base station that enabled new digital services for cellular Black History Facts, Black History Month, Famous Black Inventors, African American Inventors, By Any Means Necessary, Black Pride, African Diaspora, Before Us, African American History

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