African Americans in United States History
The Forgotten Radical History of the March on Washington Bayard Rustin and Cleveland Robinson 3 weeks before the march (Orlando Fernandez, Wiki. The Forgotten Radical History of the March on Washington
A story of a mistaken identity reveals a lot about the history of black women in America, the challenges of understanding the past, and who we are today. The Spy Photo That Fooled NPR, the U.S. Army Intelligence Center, and Me - Lois Leveen
King Institute Encyclopedia
Too good, too bad...too small in the poster? Filmmaker and sometimes mystery writer Nelson George ( The Plot Against Hip Hop and Night Work ) wrote a commentary in the February 15th New York Times , “ Still Too Good, Too Bad or Invisible .” Black Pulp Fictions: Yesterday and Today
s Document • Dated January 25, 1870, these are the credentials
‘First Class’ by Alison Stewart. (Photo courtesy of Alison Stewart) William Syphax became the Chief messenger of the Department of Interior. New book lionizes America’s first black public high school, source of many African-American greats
1956 Black History Viewed Through Magazines : un album sur Flickr
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This self portrait, with carefully groomed mustache in the center, is a glamorous photo of a hardworking, groundbreaking photographer. Prologue: Pieces of History » Facial Hair Friday: Portrait of the Artist with a Mustache
A Racial History of Drowning A male white Bengal tiger cub ducks as a female Bengal jumps over him. (NancyChan/AP) "Children should be taught never to roughhouse in water and never to hold another child underwater."
The African American woman pictured above, Zelda...
Gradient Lair The politics of respectability originated as cultural, sexual, domestic, employment and artistic “guidelines” or “rules” for racially marginalized groups to follow in the effort to be viewed as “human” in a White supremacist society and by individual Whites.
Jeanne Theoharis: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Rosa Parks (from The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks by Jeanne Theoharis)
ms. dorothy height is a queen in every sense of the word. without being concerned with the spotlight, she made innumerable strides in the fight for equality in this country for both african americans and women. in fact, she is credited with the being the first person to treat rights for african americans and women as one cause, though she often had to fight to be recognized in the civil rights movement because she was a woman and she had to fight be respected in the women’s liberation movement because she was black. her career in civil rights spanned 80 years in which she worked with martin luther king jr., advised several american presidents, and led the national council of negro women where she spearheaded programs on poverty, voting rights, and AIDS. she even received over 3 dozen honorary degrees from universities such as tuskegee, harvard, and princeton. ms. height died in 2010 at the age of 98 and her life is truly an inspiration! read more about her here and here . #keepitQUEEN. ms. dorothy height is a queen in every sense of... | keep it Queen.
Today, a memorial service was held for civil rights pioneer Dorothy Height Laura W. Murphy: Dr. Dorothy Height Told Us That It's Not a Man's Civil Rights World
The death, at Howard University Hospital, was announced jointly by the hospital and the National Council of Negro Women , which Ms. Height had led for four decades. Dorothy Height, Unsung Heroine of Civil Rights Era, Is Dead at 98 - Obituary (Obit)
Rosa Parks, Revisited
PAUL ROBESON, a brief biography Paul Robeson was a famous African-American athlete, singer, actor, and advocate for the civil rights of people around the world. He rose to prominence in a time when segregation was legal in the United States, and Black people were being lynched by racist mobs, especially in the South.
December 28, 2005 Andros on Ballet - Raven Wilkinson
Every year from February 1 - March 1, the United States and Canada partake in a month long celebration honoring the history and many contributions of Africans Americans - what better time is there for Go Overseas to recognize the number of awesome African Americans who have studied abroad?!! For 2013, the theme for Black History Month is "At the Crossroads of Freedom and Equality" (from ASALH). This theme was created in light of two very special anniversaries: on January 1, 1863 (150 years ago), the Emancipation Proclamation was set, marking the beginning of the end of slavery. Black History Month: African Americans Who Studied Abroad
The Gordon Parks Foundation
What was really great about Star Trek when I was growing up as a little girl is not only did they have Lt. UHURA’S LEGACY: Media Images and Diversity in STEM Careers « visualinquiry
The REAL ‘Lone Ranger’ Was An African American Lawman Who Lived With Native American Indians
Remember Africville by - ONFB
National Postal Museum
Great Performances . Aida's Brothers and Sisters: Black Voices in Opera
The Spirit of New Orleans — For decades, the Baby Dolls were among the more...
WPA Federal Theater Project in New York:Negro Theatre Unit:"Macbeth", ca. 1935
Scientific American Frontiers . Unearthing Secret America . Slave Housing at Monticello
The Isaac Royall House
100 Amazing Facts About the Negro | The Root
Slaves, freedmen: Civil War's forgotten spies - US news - Life | NBC News
Black History Month: Gaspar Yanga | The Mash
Lewis G. Clarke: Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Forgotten Hero | The Black Past: Remembered and Reclaimed
image obsessed, educationforliberation: Harriet Tubman and the...
List of African-American inventors and scientists
Famous Black Inventors
The Faces of Science: African Americans in the Sciences.
The Secret Histories Project
African Influences in Modern Art | Thematic Essay
Influence of African Art on Cubism - African-American History Through the Arts
| The Black Past: Remembered and Reclaimed
Prologue: Pieces of History » The 150th Anniversary of the United States Colored Troops
War Department General Order 143: Creation of the U.S. Colored Troops (1863)
Romance in black papers : Popular Romance Project
Love and legacy : Popular Romance Project
Women in History
Olivette Miller, celebrated “swing” harpist, circa... | Vintage Black Glamour
MARIMACHO // Ethel Waters was an...
Book list for black girls: promoting self-love and empowering young black women | Media Diversity UK
Classic Ladies of Color
Black nun could be the first African American to reach sainthood
The Oddment Emporium, Drapetomania, or the Disease Causing Negroes to...
The Speech That Shocked Birmingham the Day After the Church Bombing - Andrew Cohen
The Negro Motorist Green Book
Drop Me Off in Harlem
BLACK HEROES OF PULP FICTION (and we don’t mean Samuel L. Jackson or Ving Rhames) | chronicles of harriet
Jackie Ormes: The First African American Woman Cartoonist - biography from University of Michigan Press
DO BLACK PEOPLE REALLY DO THIS STUFF? Manga and Anime | chronicles of harriet
Edward Mitchell Bannister Bio - African-American Romantic Painter Edward Mitchell Bannister
Edward Mitchell Bannister
AfroDiaspores, vintageblackglamour: Dorothy Dandridge sitting...
Stars of Color: Blacklisted!
Where are the Black Chefs? | Culinary Arts | Q&A
- Carolynne Snowden, c. 1920s “[Snowden] billed...
Susie King Taylor: first African American army...
For almost 70 years, Lucy Parsons fought for the...
Lucy Ann Stanton, the first black American woman...