Henry Sampson Jr Is the 1st African American to earn a Ph.D.in Nuclear Engineering in the US. Dr Sampson has won numerous awards in the Engineering. In addition to his work in Engineering Dr Sampson is a writer, film historian  Independent Film Producer of African American Focused Presence Films. In 1971 Dr Sampson was awarded the patent of the Gamma Electric Cell (which is the technology used for the Cellular Phone). #blackhistory #blackinventions

Henry Sampson Jr Is the 1st African American to earn a Ph.D.in Nuclear Engineering in the US. Dr Sampson has won numerous awards in the Engineering. In addition to his work in Engineering Dr Sampson is a writer, film historian Independent Film Producer of African American Focused Presence Films. In 1971 Dr Sampson was awarded the patent of the Gamma Electric Cell (which is the technology used for the Cellular Phone). #blackhistory #blackinventions

20+ African American Women Writers You Should Know: Black Women Writing

20+ African American Women Writers You Should Know

20+ African American Women Writers You Should Know: Black Women Writing

Richard Wright, 1908-1960,   Journalist, Author, Poet /African American writer and poet Richard Wright is best known for Black Boy, a moving account of his childhood and youth in the South.

Richard Wright, 1908-1960, Journalist, Author, Poet /African American writer and poet Richard Wright is best known for Black Boy, a moving account of his childhood and youth in the South.

Writer James Baldwin’s passport. | 29 Must-See Items At The New Smithsonian Museum Of African American History - BuzzFeed News

29 Must-See Items At The New Smithsonian Museum Of African American History

Writer James Baldwin’s passport. | 29 Must-See Items At The New Smithsonian Museum Of African American History - BuzzFeed News

Black Art  African American Blue Eyes- - Recently, world-class writer Toni Morrissey had a birthday. I thought of her when looking at this picture. She wrote the saddest story someone of us have ever read "The Bluest Eye." It's a story I wish I could "un-read."

Black Art African American Blue Eyes- - Recently, world-class writer Toni Morrissey had a birthday. I thought of her when looking at this picture. She wrote the saddest story someone of us have ever read "The Bluest Eye." It's a story I wish I could "un-read."

African Writer Accuses African Americans of Appropriating African Culture to Look “Trendy” | Black Girl with Long Hair

African Writer Accuses African Americans of Appropriating African Culture to Look “Trendy”

African Writer Accuses African Americans of Appropriating African Culture to Look “Trendy” | Black Girl with Long Hair

Barbara Christian (1943–2000), professor of African American studies, & pioneer of contemporary American literary feminism, author & editor of  books, c. 100 published articles & reviews, Christian was best known for her landmark study, "Black Women Novelists: The Development of a Tradition," which appeared in 1980 after the rediscovery of important women writers, as Zora Neale Hurston & Nella Larsen. She was among the first to focus national attention on writers as Toni Morrison & Alice…

Barbara Christian (1943–2000), professor of African American studies, & pioneer of contemporary American literary feminism, author & editor of books, c. 100 published articles & reviews, Christian was best known for her landmark study, "Black Women Novelists: The Development of a Tradition," which appeared in 1980 after the rediscovery of important women writers, as Zora Neale Hurston & Nella Larsen. She was among the first to focus national attention on writers as Toni Morrison & Alice…

In this mid-life memoir, African American writer and expat in Holland Carolyn Vines writes candidly about how getting engaged in Paris, losing her passport in Cuba and dealing with Dutch people on their bikes (among other quirky adventures) have changed her ideas about being a black woman in the world.

In this mid-life memoir, African American writer and expat in Holland Carolyn Vines writes candidly about how getting engaged in Paris, losing her passport in Cuba and dealing with Dutch people on their bikes (among other quirky adventures) have changed her ideas about being a black woman in the world.

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