Judlyne Lilly at AP Awards - Ocean City 2013 - Among all the famous African-American women in media, Judlyne Lilly stands out for her humble personality. Despite being an award-winning, Emmy-nominated broadcast journalist with a long and successful career as a reporter, anchor, and producer Judlyne Lilly continues to keep the focus on other people’s stories rather than becoming the story herself.
70+ Black Women in American History Worth Knowing More About
"The African American women were told to march separately behind the white women, who were afraid of losing the support of southern suffragists. Many Alpha Club members refused to participate at all in a segregated march, but Ida B. Wells ignored the order and joined the delegation from Illinois in the middle of the event, marching between two white women." 4 Famous African American Women Suffragists | womenshistory.answers.com
"Though born into slavery Biddy Mason gained freedom for herself and her children in 1856. Only ten years later she had saved enough money to purchase property, making her the first African American women to own land in Los Angeles. A nurse and midwife by profession, she helped found the first elementary school for African American children in Los Angeles."
Famous African-American Women Coloring Book. This historically-based option gives children a way to combine their love of coloring with learning about remarkable African-American women such as Coretta Scott King, Toni Morrison, Mae Jemison, Maya Angelou, and many more. Each illustration in this carefully-rendered coloring book includes a biographical caption, which may just spark enough curiosity for you want to find out more. For children ages 4-12, visit…
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