Today in Black History, 1/4/2014 - Mary Eliza Mahoney was the first African American registered nurse in the United States. For more info, check out today's blog!

Today in Black History, 1/4/2014 - Mary Eliza Mahoney was the first African American registered nurse in the United States. For more info, check out today's blog!

The African-American Suffragists History Forgot | MAKERS

The African-American Suffragists History Forgot

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Barak Obama, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Nelson Mandela

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Barak Obama, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Nelson Mandela

Coretta Scott King - An icon of Women's History, and a single mom. Celebrating Women's History Month. #thesinglemombomb #womenshistorymonth #singlemothers

Coretta Scott King - An icon of Women's History, and a single mom. Celebrating Women's History Month. #thesinglemombomb #womenshistorymonth #singlemothers

Black Inventors - it doesn't matter what colour your skin is, you can still appreciate 'black education & knowledge' that we weren't taught in school. Re-education.

Black Inventors - it doesn't matter what colour your skin is, you can still appreciate 'black education & knowledge' that we weren't taught in school. Re-education.

Slavery perspective. I love this quote. Its very important to make this distinction for people.

Slavery perspective. I love this quote. Its very important to make this distinction for people.

Marsha P Johnson was a transgender rights activist, Queen of Stonewall and Transgender Revolutionary.  She was a co-founder,  Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (S.T.A.R.) in the early 1970s and became the “mother” of S.T.A.R. House along with Sylvia Rivera, getting together food and clothing to help support the young trans women living in the house on the lower East Side of New York.

Marsha P Johnson was a transgender rights activist, Queen of Stonewall and Transgender Revolutionary. She was a co-founder, Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (S.T.A.R.) in the early 1970s and became the “mother” of S.T.A.R. House along with Sylvia Rivera, getting together food and clothing to help support the young trans women living in the house on the lower East Side of New York.

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