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African American Pin Up from Playboy, September 1970

African American Pin Up from Playboy, September 1970

Jennifer Jackson...First African American Playboy Playmate

African American Pin-Up Girls: Did They Ever Exist?

70's Pin up Beauty Jean Bell  #1st African American Playboy cover girl  #2nd African American Playmate  #blaxploitation film star

Pin up Beauty Jean Bell African American Playboy cover girl African American Playmate film star

Dorothy Dandridge - Photography by Gordon Parks

African American Pin-Up Girls: Did They Ever Exist?

Dorothy Dandridge – American film and theatre actress, singer and dancer. She was the first African-American actress to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in the 1954 film Carmen Jones.

African American Playboy Bunnies - 1960s

Black Playboy Bunnies Chicago Playboy Club circa woman, Now that's a TALL drink of water!

First African-American Playmate

African American Pin-Up Girls: Did They Ever Exist?

The first African-American Playboy Playmate of the Month was Jennifer Jackson who appeared in the March 1965 issue. According to The Playmate Book, she is now a social worker who lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband. She has three children and

Sharon Risiner - One of the first Black Playboy Bunnies.

Sharon Risiner was one of the FIRST Black Playboy Bunnies in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 1971

Jayne Kennedy Playboy Magazine July 1981--first African American woman to grace the cover

Jayne Kennedy Playboy Magazine July African American woman to grace the cover.

First African American Fashion Designer

Rock and roll singer Jackie Wilson autographs the cuff of a Playboy Bunny at a dinner for the Motion Picture Pioneers Association at the Playboy Club on November 1962 in New York, New York. Nobody sang like JACKIE WILSON.

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Will Smith, Hugh Hefner, Karyn Parsons and Alfonso Ribeiro at the Playboy Mansion. The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Famous black women who've posed for 'Playboy'

Playboy bunny chair / model Darine Stern, cover of the magazine in October 1971

13 Inspiring Women To Celebrate This Black History Month

13 Inspiring Women To Celebrate For BHM

Daisy Lee Gatson Bates (November 1914 – November was an American civil rights activist, publisher, journalist, and lecturer who played a leading role in the Little Rock Integration Crisis of

May 5,1950, Gwendolyn Brooks became the first African American to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize for poetry

May Gwendolyn Brooks became the first African American to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize for poetry gs

1963 American hired its first African American stew.

Joan Dorsey was the first African-American flight attendant hired to work for American Airlines. JOAN DORSEY for your sacrifice and for setting a standard which made the life I now love to live possible!

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