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Louise Marie Thérèse (The Black Nun of Moret) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Louise Marie Thérèse (The Black Nun of Moret) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Soeur Louise Marie-Thérèse, religieuse de Moret (1664-1732) / Fille de la Reine Marie-Thérèse d'Autriche et de Louis XIV de France.

Louise Marie-Thérèse, the Black Nun of Moret and Black daughter of the Queen of…

Mary Smith Peake, born Mary Smith Kelsey (1823-February 22, 1862), was an American teacher and humanitarian, best known for starting a school for the children of former slaves starting in the fall of 1861 under what became known as the Emancipation Oak tree in present-day Hampton, Virginia near Fort Monroe. The first Creole teacher hired by the American Missionary Association, she was associated with its later founding of Hampton University in 1868.

blacksinhistory: “ Today In Black History for September Mary Smith Peake, born Mary Smith Kelsey was an American teacher, humanitarian and a member of the black elite.

William Henry Johnson (March 18, 1901–1970) was an African-American painter born in Florence, South Carolina

William H Johnson born Mar. 1901 in SC died May 1970 in NY. Student of National Academy of Design. Lived in France and Scandinavia c. 1920 - Returned to the States in 1938 and immersed himself in African American culture, producing folk style paintings.

The Moors Invaded Sicily | 15 THINGS YOU DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE MOORS!

The Moors Invaded Sicily | 15 THINGS YOU DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE MOORS!

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Detail from Karel Van Mander III. Prince George of Denmark son of Frederick III. Denmark, Black images in in Western Art (Harvard Uni)

Edmonia Lewis (1843-1911) was born in upstate New York in 1843 to a Chippewa Indian mother and African American father. Edmonia surpassed exorbitant odds to become the first African American, and Native American, female sculptor -- and was the first such artist to celebrate her racial identity.

Wildfire (aka Edmonia Lewis, aka Mary Edmonia Lewis) Edmonia Lewis was an accomplished Sculptor of Ojibwa/African American descent, reaching great success and traveling in Europe in the

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Dr. Shirley Marks in 1973 became only the second African American woman in twenty-three years—to graduate from Harvard Medical School. Shirley F. Marks was born in Tyler, Texas in 1946.

Shirley Marks was the first Spelman College alumna, and only the second African American woman in twenty-three years to graduate from Harvard Medical School.

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