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Stepin Fetchit & wife Dorothy Stevenson. Publicity photograph published in Screen Secrets Magazine, 1929.

Stepin Fetchit & wife Dorothy Stevenson. Publicity photograph published in Screen Secrets Magazine, 1929.

Lillian (Evans) Evanti (August 12, 1890 – December 6, 1967)  was one of the first African American women to become an internationally prominent opera performer. Lillian was born in 1891, into a prominent Washington, D.C. family. Her father, Wilson Evans, was a medical doctor and teacher in the city. He was the founder of Armstrong Technical High School and served many years as its principal. Anne Brooks, Evanti’s mother, taught music in the public school system of Washington D.C. Evanti…

Lillian (Evans) Evanti (August 12, 1890 – December 6, 1967) was one of the first African American women to become an internationally prominent opera performer. Lillian was born in 1891, into a prominent Washington, D.C. family. Her father, Wilson Evans, was a medical doctor and teacher in the city. He was the founder of Armstrong Technical High School and served many years as its principal. Anne Brooks, Evanti’s mother, taught music in the public school system of Washington D.C. Evanti…

#44th #POTUS #BarackObama 1st African American U.S. President

#44th #POTUS #BarackObama 1st African American U.S. President

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