WORLD WAR I: African American infantryman posing in front of the American flag.  fighting for the country that still segregated him from whites!??

WORLD WAR I: African American infantryman posing in front of the American flag. fighting for the country that still segregated him from whites!??

Assembled from early to mid 19th C. scraps of homespun wool, prints, yarn and more, all hand sewn, this Story Skirt is reminiscent of the wonderful African American Quilts made by Harriet Powers in the late 19th Century. (more photos)

Assembled from early to mid 19th C. scraps of homespun wool, prints, yarn and more, all hand sewn, this Story Skirt is reminiscent of the wonderful African American Quilts made by Harriet Powers in the late 19th Century. (more photos)

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture  Baltimore, MD

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture Baltimore, MD

African American Flag & Word Forest Green Handle Tote Bag | Flags of Nations or Flagnation - Flag of the African Diaspora, sometimes known as the African American Flag, with the words "AFRICAN AMERICAN" below, in the colors of the flag.

African American Flag & Word Forest Green Handle Tote Bag | Flags of Nations or Flagnation - Flag of the African Diaspora, sometimes known as the African American Flag, with the words "AFRICAN AMERICAN" below, in the colors of the flag.

America in WW1 | Black soldiers were the first Americans to plant our flag on the firing line. So pick up your pants already!

America in WW1 | Black soldiers were the first Americans to plant our flag on the firing line. So pick up your pants already!

Lillian E. Fishburne, is the first African American woman to become a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy. She is one of only 41 African Americans who have achieved the honor of being a flag officer in the United States Navy as of January 2010.    Fishburne was appointed to the rank of Rear Admiral by President of the United States Bill Clinton and was officially promoted on February 1, 1998. Rear Admiral Fishburne retired from the Navy in February 2001.

Lillian E. Fishburne, is the first African American woman to become a Rear Admiral in the United States Navy. She is one of only 41 African Americans who have achieved the honor of being a flag officer in the United States Navy as of January 2010. Fishburne was appointed to the rank of Rear Admiral by President of the United States Bill Clinton and was officially promoted on February 1, 1998. Rear Admiral Fishburne retired from the Navy in February 2001.

Ethnic African American Prince Baby Shower Banner by LegendImaging

Ethnic African American Prince Baby Shower Banner Bunting Flags Ethnic Prince Baby Shower Banner

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