Black History!

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This board is highlights the achievements of African-Americans in American history.

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In honor of Black History this photo of Civil Rights march Police attempted to beat peaceful Marchers but was confronted with a fearless woman who would not allow a beat down just because of the color of her skin. We Are The World, In This World, Estilo Real, By Any Means Necessary, My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, Amazing People, Interesting History, Before Us

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Thelma “Butterfly” McQueen, born January An American actress. Originally a dancer, McQueen first appeared in film in 1939 as Prissy, Scarlett O'Hara’s maid, in the film Gone with the Wind. Black Actresses, Black Actors, Black Celebrities, Hollywood Actresses, Women In History, Black History, By Any Means Necessary, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood

Thelma "Butterfly" McQueen found it difficult finding work as an actress. She was often typecast in roles as maids and said, “I didn’t mind playing a maid the first time, because I thought that was how you got into the business. But after I did the same thing over and over, I resented it. I didn’t mind being funny, but I didn’t like being stupid.”

 became the second black driver to win a national NASCAR competition when he took the cup at the Truck Series race. The twenty-year old driver from Mobile, Alabama Black History Facts, Black History Month, Art History, Darrell Wallace Jr, Einstein, James D'arcy, Black Pride, African Diaspora, Raining Men

African American NASCAR driver Darrell Wallace Jr. became the second black driver to win a national NASCAR competition when he took the cup at the Truck Series race this past Saturday. . The twenty-year old driver from Mobile, Alabama who is sometimes called “Bubba,” took the track at Martinsville Speedway. Wallace is a graduate of the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program. The program was founded in 2004 to build interest and opportunity among women and drivers of various cultures and races

Grenada, Mississippi, Martin Luther King and singer Joan Baez marching to the Grenada, Mississippi school that was being integrated. Baez supported the effort financially. Bob Fitch/Take Stock / The Image Works TEIRESIAS SUIT INSPIRATION Martin Luther King, Joan Baez, Black Power, Steve Jobs, Halle, Marie Curie, Black History Facts, Civil Rights Movement, King Jr

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Let me ask you Shroomerites about an argument I got into an argument with this girl at work today about race, because I value your collective opinions. Usually, I'm really smart about keeping

Racism in contemporary Brazil. Colorism: The Development of Black Identity in a Country that Encourages One not to be Black - Black Women of Brazil Black History Facts, Black History Month, Women's History, Black Pride, African Diaspora, We Are The World, My Black Is Beautiful, African American History, American Art

The development of black identity in a country | Black Women of Brazil

Note from BW of Brazil: When one grows up in Brazil, whether people acknowledge it or not, they are quickly oriented into the system of [...]

 Les esclaves fugitifs" (Brown Runaway Fugitive Slaves) photographed by Fabrice Monteiro "Brown. Fugitive Slave," is an . Slavery History, World History, Exposition Photo, African Diaspora, Before Us, African American History, Black People, Black History, Just In Case

Fabrice Monteiro's Amazing Images of Brown. Fugitive Slaves In Slave Torture Devices

"Marrons. Les esclaves fugitifs" (Brown Runaway Fugitive Slaves) photographed by Fabrice Monteiro "Brown. Fugitive Slave," is an ...

Unsung Black Women in History: U. Figure Skating Hall of Famer and Olympian Coach Mabel Fairbanks - Unsung Black Women in History: U. Figure Skating Hall of Famer and Olympian Coach Mabel Fairbanks Black History Month, Black History Facts, Strange History, Kings & Queens, African American Women, African Americans, Women In History, Ancient History, History Images

Mabel Fairbanks Broke the Color Barrier in Figure Skating

Mabel Fairbanks was an Black American figure skater and coach who was inducted into the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame, and the International Women’s Sports Hall of Fame.