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Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950) Carter Godwin Woodson was born on December 19, 1875, in New Canton, Va. He was a Black historian, author, journalist and the founder of Black History Month. He is considered the first to conduct a scholarly ... (more). This site is the largest online encyclopedia and social network dedicated to Black history and culture. Users can browse our collection of African...
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The Library of Congress celebrates the contributions of African Americans throughout U.S. history.'. "Voices from the Southern Civil Rights Movement" presents educational and noncommercial radio programs from the 1950s and 1960s that offer historic testimonies – in interviews, speeches, and on-the-spot news reports – from many movement participants, both well-known and unknown. Presented by...
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This site is the Web’s largest and most comprehensive collection of historical Black American Biographies. It contains hundreds of inspirational stories of Black American Achievement. Our mission is inspiration… and our mission is education…the kind they don’t teach in schools. These...
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Only days after this court judgment, another Omnibus streetcar conductor forced Charlotte Brown and her father from a streetcar. Another lawsuit ensued. In 1864, Judge C. C. Pratt of the 12th District Court ruled that San Francisco streetcar segregation was illegal, stating in his opinion: "It...
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Relive the experience of Rainbow Studio Theater’s Roots Revival II: More than a Song and/or The 2016 NM Gospel Best Singing Competition by purchasing these DVDs! Special thanks to Chef Peter Witter of Central New Mexico Community College for teaching 28 community members how to make a few...
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Below, right, and left are links that will enrich your knowledge of the past and present selfless contributions made by just a FEW of our MANY great African Americans. As you read the wealth of information on the pages, think about how our world would be today without the selfless contributions and what we have learned from the good and the bad. We must continue to remember and respect our...
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HOPE, MD, Walter M. Hard, a young black barber, has invented a device which will improve trolley car service enormously. Hard's device, which he has patented, makes it almost impossible for the electrical contact on top of a car to slip off the overhead wire. This will eliminate the many wasteful delays trolley car riders now suffer whenever the contact slips and the care stops dead. Patricia...
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Black History Studies Ltd aim to provide a wide range of courses and activities which will provide people with the opportunity to pursue their interest in Black History and Black Studies. We believe that Black History and Black Studies should be studied throughout the year and not just during Black History Month held in October. El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X) said that "Education is your...
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Website of professional genealogists, Dr. James M. Rose and Ari Wilkins. Black Genesis specializes in African American genealogy research. With over thirty years in genealogical research experience, Black Genesis specializes in African American genealogy research. Our founder, Dr. James M. Rose, received his doctoral degree in Philosophy with a concentration in Historical Genealogy in 1973.
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Black History Daily contains Black History facts for each day of the year. Hiram R. Revels, the first African American to serve in the United States Senate made his first speech in the Senate, opposing the readmission of Georgia without adequate safeguards for Black... Welcome to BlackHistoryDaily.com, the site founded to celebrate Black History 365 days a year! This site is updated daily to...
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Blackface makeup was either a layer of burnt cork on a layer of coca butter or black grease paint. In the early years exaggerated red lips were painted around their mouths, like those of today's circus clowns. In later years the lips were usually painted white or unpainted. Costumes were usually gaudy combinations of formal wear; swallowtail coats, striped trousers, and top hats. Minstrel show...
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1. National Center for Civil and Human Rights Museum 2. MLK Center / Grave site/ Birth Home / Ebenezer Baptist Church 3. Apex Museum 4. Jimmy Carter Presidential Library 5. Atlanta History Center The ... View More ». Thank you for your interest in ATL Black History Tour. Currently we offer Individual Tours of 4-6 persons and Group Tours of 15 persons and more. For rates please view more... View...
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Welcome! Black CouTours is a destination planning service specializing in tours of Black American Heritage, History, Culture, and Entertainment. Headquartered in Chicago, IL., we develop and plan tours locally, in geographically dispersed areas through out the United States and to international destinations. Black history tours to Paris, France and the Caribbean are coming soon. We primarily...
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Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., Coretta Scott King, Sojourner Truth: instantly recognizable personalities when you think about contributions from important black Americans. Robert S. Abbott, Jill Brown, and Ernie Davis were on the front lines too - but they may not immediately come to mind. How do you mix the famous, the familiar, and the forgotten when talking about brilliant pioneers...
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Explore the contributions of modern African American inventors like Dr. Patricia Bath, Dr. Mark Dean and James E. West. Read biographies of the famous black inventors who helped to shape the face of 20th century innovation. Look for information about African-American inventors and you'll quickly find that American innovation is rich with the contributions of famous black inventors like Elijah...
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Histories of the professional wrestling championships of various countries from the 19th century to the present. Pro-Wrestling Title Histories: championship lineages and more. - World Junior Heavyweight Title (All Japan) - new champion. - NEVER Openweight 6-man Tag Team Title - new champions. - WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Title - new champion. - SDW Northern States Heavyweight Title - new...
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Our Roots is a library, archive, museum and school all in one. Check the collection to find Canadian local histories in French and English. Check Educational Resources for learning packages for students and teachers. Check back with us often – we’re always adding more. Nos Racines est un site Web bilingue. Pour voir la version en français cliquez sur --français-- dans le coin supérieur droit de...
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The second migration (OOA) at about 50,000 years ago, saw at least three groups of Modern Man take an "Inland" route through Southern Asia and up into Northern Asia. There one group, (that we call Mongols) eventually founded the Xia and Shang civilizations in China. Another group, (that we call Jomon), migrated to Japan. And another group, that were probably initially Albinos; (not a put-down,...
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The Museum of African American History, Boston, is a not-for-profit cultural institution dedicated to preserving, conserving and accurately interpreting the contributions of African Americans. The Museum's education programs offer fun for all age groups and are rooted in our historic sites, past and present exhibitions, and rich scholarly research. Our series of hands-on, interactive activities...
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This program for teachers - led by educators from the Museum of History and the Museum of Natural Sciences - focuses on blending textbooks, legends and historical fiction, and inquiry-based learning with human history and experiences in the natural environment to expand student knowledge while sparking student interest and imagination. The "classroom" is Ocracoke and the rich natural and...
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