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01/30/2009 - Michael S. Steele Becomes the First African American Chairman of the Republican Party (12869 hits)
On January 30, 2009, Michael Steele became the first African American to lead the Republican Party as Chairman of the Republican National Committee. Chairman Steele is also only the second African American to lead either the Democratic or Republ ...
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05/13/1862 - Robert Smalls Comandeers His Way to Freedom and Greatness (27047 hits)
Very few know the story of the man known as the "Gullah Statesman." He was born, Robert Smalls, on April 5, 1839. His birthplace was Beaufort, a bustling waterfront town sitting on one of the Sea Islands, in what was known as the South Carolina l ...
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07/22/1939 - Jane Bolin Becomes the First Black (Biracial) Woman to Serve as U.S. Judge (35011 hits)
She was born, Jane Matilda Bolin on April 11, 1908. She was the youngest of four children. Her father was Gaius Charles Bolin. He was the first African American (also part Native American) to attend Williams College, in the Berkeshire Mountains o ...
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1849-1908 Blind Tom Wiggins, Slave Pianist and Autistic Savant (9668 hits)
Introducing one of the nineteenth century's most famous and perplexing pianists. Born a slave in Georgia, Blind Tom died an international celebrity in 1908. He had an encyclopedic memory, all-consuming passion for music and mind boggling capacity to ...
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BEFORE CREATION (7410 hits)
GOD LOVES US ALL ...
Posted Monday, December 7th 2009 at 7:00PM
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Black History 42 at Los Angeles Trade Technical College (2559 hits)
I need images of evoulation of apes into blackmen or women for a class assignment ...
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First All-Black All-Female Crew on Commercial Jet Flights (23501 hits)
Atlantic Southeast Airlines flights 5202 (Atlanta to Nashville) and 5106 (Nashville to Atlanta) became the first commercial jet revenue flights to be operated by an all-female all-African-American crew, on February 12. Captain Rachelle Jones and Fir ...
Posted Tuesday, March 3rd 2009 at 6:55AM
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MARCH 5, 1959- 21 TEENAGED NEGRO BOYS ARE BURNED ALIVE IN ARKANSAS (15713 hits)
MARCH 5, 1959- 21 TEENAGED NEGRO BOYS WHO WERE HOUSED AT THE STATE RAN WRIGHTSVILLE NEGRO BOYS INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL WERE HOLOCAUSTICALLY MASSACRED IN ONE OF THE WORST FIRES EVER IN ARKANSAS HISTORY. THIS EVENT IS DIRECTLY TIED TO THE LITTLE ROCK NINE A ...
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National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month, June 2009 (5083 hits)
The basketball and hip-hop culture fusion born in 1984 that is known now as The "Dunkadelic-Era" In America, 1984-Present. The "Dunkadelic-Era" is celebrating its 25th Anniversary during the year 2009 (1984-2009). To honor the 25th Anniversary of ...
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NBHHCM 2010 City of New York (June) (3826 hits)
The City of New York and the Honorable Mayor Michael Bloomberg have proclaimed June as NBHHCM 2010 (National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month). The City of Baltimore was the first US city in June 2009 to proclaim NBHHCM. Former Mayor of Baltimo ...
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NBHHCM 2010 City of Piladelphia (3811 hits)
The City of Philadelphia became the 2nd US city to proclaim June 2010 as National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month. Philadelphia is one of the Top 3 cities in America that personify the hoops and hip-hop culture. ...
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NBHHCM 2010 State of Maryland Proclamation (4167 hits)
The State of Maryland and Governor Martin O'Malley became the first US State to Proclaim June as NBHHCM 2010 (National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month). The City of Baltimore in June 2009 became the first US City to proclaim NBHHCM 2009. The Ci ...
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slavery (2874 hits)
Why was slavery allowed in a democratic America in the first place? ...
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The Million Man March (8100 hits)
The Million Man March was a African American march convened by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan in Washington, DC on October 16, 1995. Minister Benjamin Chavis Muhammad was the National Director of the Million Man March. ...
Posted Saturday, February 16th 2008 at 11:13PM
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Tuskegee Experiment (11040 hits)
For forty years between 1932 and 1972, the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) conducted an experiment on 399 black men in the late stages of syphilis. These men, for the most part illiterate sharecroppers from one of the poorest counties in Alabama, were never told what disease they were suffering from or of its seriousness. Informed that they were being treated for “bad blood,” their doctors had no intention of curing them of syphilis at all. ...
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