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On this day in Black History....February 16, 1856, Frederick Douglass was elected president of Freedman's Savings and Trust Company. The Freedman's Savings and Trust Company was established as a secure banking institution where Black soldiers could save their money and also to encourage the African-American community to save. 🔺 President Abraham Lincoln signed a law incorporating it on March 3, 1865. On Feb. 16, 1856, Frederick Douglass was elected president of the then-failing bank. Hoping to revive the bank, he donated tens of thousands of dollars of his own money to shore up the declining institution.  #blackhistory365 #bhm2019  #ourhistory #americanhistory  #onthisday #qcadeltas
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💥Good morning everyone!!!💥 We are just getting started with our first workshop today for those dealing with Anti-Black Racism in Schools. . We have had lots of interest from #ottawa #teachers and #parents reaching out to us as both our sessions are sold out. . 👇🏿Please comment below 👇🏾 if you have any questions or challenges you or your children have experienced that you would like to see addressed in our workshops. . 👇🏼Please comment below 👇🏾 if you have tips or recommendations when supporting children experiencing Anti-Black Racism in schools . . . 👀👂🏼👂🏽Stay tuned for updates and dates for our next round of workshops. . . .  #mattersofrepresentation #diversityandinclusion #teachersofinstagram #teachersofig #parentsofinstagram #parentsofig #igparents #raisingkids #learning #learn #community #diversitymatters #ottawaparents #positiveparenting #blackhistory365 #blackhistorymonth #blackhistoryottawa #undecadeforpeopleofafricandescent #nothingaboutuswithoutus #bhm2019 #myottawa #ottawalife #igersottawa #ottawaevents #ottawaliving #613parents #ottawa2019
Thank you for this @engenderedpodcast, I added my favorite June Jordon quote to yours! It seemed like the best intro to a chapter on incessant microaggressions 🙌🏽 Repost @engenderedpodcast ・・・ Rage and anger are signals that something is not right—a warning of mistreatment, unfairness, injustice. . #ragebecomesher #junejordan #poet #poetsofinstagram #bhm #bhm2019 #blackhistorymonth #blackhistorymonth2019 #blackfeminist #blackfeminists #freedom #anger #rage #injustice  #engenderedpodcast #podcast #podcaster #woc #liberation #thesixties #writersofinstagram #socialjustice #civilrights #civilliberties #readwomen #giveamanabook #instaauthors  #bookclubofinstagram
“The Whole World Was Watching: an oral history of 1968 is a joint project between South Kingstown High School and Brown University's Scholarly Technology Group.” #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019 http://j.mp/2RpyIBH
"The biggest thing to overcome as a photographer and creative in general are the expectations. We often create and release work with the expectation that our art will be received in a certain way. I had to come to terms with the fact that not everyone will love my work and send fire emojis when I post on the gram. Everything is not for everyone. I’m not the most abstract photographer, but my work showcases my range of color and tone." - @primo_supremo Hit the link in his bio to check out his new visual story #darkskyparadise. • • • #mimconnect #minoritiesinmedia #inclusion #diversity #minoritiesconnect #representationmatters #diversitymatters #bhm2019 #blackexcellence
Reposted from @thecrisismag -  Cook a soul food meal #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019 #celebrate #soulfood #soulfoodsunday  LINK IN BIO - #regrann
“It is an unparalleled crisis. The system is flawed and not serving the needs of the black male as it should. We are at a crossroads. We have to choose a path. One leads to more incarceration of black males and one leads to meaningful education and opportunity for them.” -Charles Ogletree Jr. - is an American attorney and law professor who is currently the Jesse Climenko Professor at Harvard Law School, the founder of the school's Charles Hamilton Houston Institute. As an attorney, he has represented such notable figures as Tupac Shakur and Anita Hill.  #mbbanyc #mbbabhm #blackhistorymonth #blacklawyersmatter #iamasolution #bhm #bhm2019 #charlesogletree
Reposted from @.blackvoices -  It's been one year since "Black Panther" blessed us with the glory of Wakanda, the grace of the Dora Milaje and the beauty of a predominantly black cast in a film that's now grossed over a billion dollars. And Hollywood hasn't been the same since. Wakanda forever and ever, y'all. 🙅🏿‍♀️ ⚡️ // 📸: Marvel & Disney - #regrann  #blackhistorymonth #bhm #blackpanther #wakandaforever #wakanda #bhm2019 #doramilaje #ourhistory #blackhistoryisamericanhistory  #blackhistorymonth  BHM -  #blackhistoryisamericanhistory #blackhistory #blackhistory365 #blackhistoryfact #blackhistoryeveryday #blackhistoryyear #blackexcellence
📸: @ashleyjanelewis  Interactive Artist, Maker, & Youth Tech Educator Ashley Jane Lewis tackles the lack of diversity in the tech industry one workshop at a time. Listed in the Top 100 Black Woman to Watch in Canada in 2016, Ashley has taught youth tech skills through hands-on workshops like the Black Youth in Tech Education (BYTE), and Spark Makers – a hands on tech exploration workshop for youth. . Artiste, bricoleuse et pédagogue technophile, Ashley Jane Lewis a décidé de prendre le taureau par les cornes et d’aider à remédier au manque de diversité dans le monde des technos — un atelier à la fois. Elle figure parmi les jeunes noires les plus prometteuses au Canada (2016). Beaucoup de jeunes ont pu s’initier aux technologies grâce à ses ateliers «afro-techno» (BYTE) et à son programme brico-techno-éducatif pour filles Spark Makers.  #mhn2019 #moisdelhistoiredesnoirs #futuresdirigeantes #bhm2019 #leaders #blackhistorymonth #leadersoftomorrow #canadianyouth  @ashleyjanelewis
#repost @thehappyblackeducator ・・・ As a STEM girl, I am all about this door right here ... ❤️💪🏾💯!!! - Inspired by #katherinejohnson and #hiddenfigures , the door of @baileyjeanteaches .. soooooo DOPE!!! 🚪🔥🔥🔥.... * * * #mathematician #blackmathematicians #blackwomeninhistory #womenshistory #bhm2019 #blackhistorymonthchallenge #doorcontest #blackhistorymonth2019 #blackhistoricalfigures #historicallyblack
Never settle. #bhm2019
HBCU of the day is Shaw University  located in Raleigh, NC. Home of the Bears and Run U parent, Ms. Tami!#bhm2019
Marie Van Brittan Brown, Inventor • Marie Van Brittan Brown was the originator of the home security system (U.S. Patent 3,482,037) in 1966, along with her husband Albert Brown, a patent was granted in 1969.  Brown cited the inspiration for her invention as the long time it would take for police to arrive at a house after being called by residents. Brown did not always feel safe when she was home alone at times, because the crime rate had risen in her neighborhood in Queens, New York. Having to answer the door to know who was on the other side was not something Brown liked to do.  Brown's system had a set of four peep-holes and a camera that could slide up and down to look at each one. Anything and everything the camera picked up would appear on a monitor. Also, a resident could unlatch the door by remote control. The system included a device that enabled a homeowner to use a television set to view the person at the door and hear the caller's voice. The home security system that she and her husband invented allowed the monitor to be in a different room, and all of this was possible via a radio controlled wireless system. If the person viewing the images on the monitor did not feel safe they could press a button that would send an alarm to police or security.  She and her husband cited other inventors in their patent, such as Edward D. Phiney and Thomas J. Reardon. Thirteen inventors who came along after Brown have cited her patent, with the latest being in 2013. Even now, over fifty years later, her invention is being used by smaller businesses and living facilities. • • • #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019 #blackwomenmatter #blacklivesmatter #blackhistorymatters #breakingbarriers #inventor #homesecurity #marievanbrittanbrown
✨Daisy Bates✨  Daisy Bates was a complex, unconventional, and largely forgotten heroine of the civil rights movement who led the charge to desegregate the all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957.  #bhm2019
✨Maya Angelou✨  Hailed as a Global Renaissance Woman, this best-selling author, educator and civil rights activist used her poetry to inspire and empower. Celebrate her life with stories from PBS. Each of the features below will connect you directly to the website of a trusted PBS partner or station where it can be viewed in full or watched directly within the collection below. Get started now. Be inspired by the legacy of Maya Angelou.  #bhm2019
If you're celebrating #bhm2019 this weekend, @lyft is offering FREE rides to Black history museums, memorials, relevant cultural sites and Black-owned businesses across the US and Canada. Check out the link in our bio for participating cities and locations. • • • #mimconnect #minoritiesinmedia #inclusion #diversity #minoritiesconnect #representationmatters #diversitymatters #lyft #blackexcellence
#repost @blendeddesigns ・・・ Today’s #blackhistorymonth #livinglegend is especially dear to us because it features one of our personal she-roes, @EuniqueJG. She has made such a positive impact on our culture by giving us daily reminders to dream bigger and to appreciate those breaking barriers via her @Becauseofthem campaign. We learn from her daily all the changemakers in our community that shattering ceilings and just giving us overall #blackexcellence. With so much negativity that the media shines on our community, we lean to her for the content that gives all the feels and help us celebrate with pride the accolades within our community. Thank you Eunique for your vision and inspiration. We see you. We love you. We celebrate you. We thank you. Because of YOU we can! #icandoanything #bhm2019 #bhmwithbd #bdsquad #becauseofthemwecan
#repost @blendeddesigns ・・・ Today’s #blackhistorymonth #livinglegend is especially dear to us because it features one of our personal she-roes, @EuniqueJG. She has made such a positive impact on our culture by giving us daily reminders to dream bigger and to appreciate those breaking barriers via her @Becauseofthem campaign. We learn from her daily all the changemakers in our community that shattering ceilings and just giving us overall #blackexcellence. With so much negativity that the media shines on our community, we lean to her for the content that gives all the feels and help us celebrate with pride the accolades within our community. Thank you Eunique for your vision and inspiration. We see you. We love you. We celebrate you. We thank you. Because of YOU we can! #icandoanything #bhm2019 #bhmwithbd #bdsquad #becauseofthemwecan
Jessica Nabongo (@thecatchmeifyoucan) is on a quest to become the first Black woman to visit all 195 countries. She’s already visited 153 of them 🌍. To watch the full interview, click the link in our bio #bhm 🔗 • • • • #nowthis #news #her #travel #bhm #bhm2019 #blackhistorymonth #traveltheworld #roundtheworld #repost @worldwide_raw_news 🌍 #wwrnews #tagsomeone #wwrawnews #news #worldwide #worldwidenews #abc #abcnews #nowthis #bbc #education
Today’s #blackhistorymonth #livinglegend is especially dear to us because it features one of our personal she-roes, @EuniqueJG. She has made such a positive impact on our culture by giving us daily reminders to dream bigger and to appreciate those breaking barriers via her @Becauseofthem campaign. We learn from her daily all the changemakers in our community that shattering ceilings and just giving us overall #blackexcellence. With so much negativity that the media shines on our community, we lean to her for the content that gives all the feels and help us celebrate with pride the accolades within our community. Thank you Eunique for your vision and inspiration. We see you. We love you. We celebrate you. We thank you. Because of YOU we can! #icandoanything #bhm2019 #bhmwithbd #bdsquad #becauseofthemwecan
Day 16: Levar Johnson. Mr. Johnson was my first Black principal. Coolest authority figure I've ever encountered. He taught me that if you want to be respected, you have to give respect. West Side is STILL the best side #myblackhistory28 #bhm2019 #day16 #livelifelowd
In celebration of Black History Month and my 35th birthday in 5 days, I decided to support 35 Black businesses . Third one to mention is Jina Gorgeous at Sensational for not only doing my hair but wicked outfit - She is the best #blackbusiness #blackbusinesswomen #blackgirlsrock #blackgirlmagic #melaninmagic #toronto #torontohair #torontohairstylist #torontonightlife #blackownedbusiness #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #bhm #bhm2019
People don’t talk much about The Jones Girls, but they did produce songs that became hits for other artists. Their 1979 song, “Who Can I Run To”, was covered by Xscape in 1995. This version would chart #1. The song is #58 on Billboard’s 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time. In 2005, Faith Evans released her song, “I Don’t Need It”, which sampled The Jones Girls’ 1981 hit, “Nights Over Egypt”. #bhm2019 #singmysong
Another Black History Month event, today at 3pm in the MHC Blanchard Campus Center screening the film American Red and Black: Stories of Afro- Native Identity. Don’t miss out! #mhcbm #bhm2019 #sankofa #mountholyokecollege @mhcdiversity @mhcstudentlife @mhcculturalcenters
Y'all, it's BLACK History Month. There is some confusion about this. It was founded by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the second African to receive his doctorate from Harvard, as Negro History Week for the purpose of us being deliberate about studying the achievements of "the Negro in History." A week in February was chosen because of the birthdays of Frederick Douglass, an abolitionist,  and Abraham Lincoln, because of his begrudging role in our emancipation. President Carter later extended it to the entire month of February. It had nothing to do with it being the shortest month of the year. Nothing.  It is not African- American History Month. It is certainly not American History Month. It is Black History Month because we are deliberately setting aside a time to honor Africans who've made contributions throughout the world. It is to acknowledge and unite us through the connections between us all and the historical impact of Africans in the Americas (not just the USA), Europe, Asia, and of course throughout Africa.  It is a month to unify and bolster the confidence we need to push through the remainder of the year. Stop participating in your own erasure for a false sense of inclusion. Stop dividing us from our brothers and sisters throughout the Diaspora. We will never be more American than African. The system will always remind us of that. Those of us who are American residents, know that we too are America. Langston told us so. But, this month, this month is about the African, those displaced here in the Americas (North, South, Central) and those back home.  Let's know at least this.  #blackgirlspeaks #andhealingbegins #history #culturalcurriculum #thisiswhy #raisingimhotep #cultivatingthegenius #imanigenius #knowthyself #bethyself #nurturethyself #books #reading #365black #blackhistorymonth #black365 #bhm2019 #blackhistory
(Repost Saturdays) Clara McBride Hale (April 1, 1905 – December 18, 1992), also known as Mother Hale. In 1938, her husband died from cancer, and Hale struggled to support her children through the Great Depression. She stayed home with her children and in order to be as big a part of their lives as possible, Hale opened her own home daycare, keeping children while their parents worked. The children found her home to be such a caring and loving environment they did not want to go home at the end of the day, most began to stay full-time only seeing their mothers on the weekend. Her care supported struggling parents which later led her to become a foster parent. In the 1940s, she provided short-term and long-term care for community children in her home. She would be known as an American humanitarian who founded the Hale House Center, a home for unwanted children and children who were born addicted to drugs. #bhm2017 #blackherstory #humanitarian #bhm2019 #biggie #christopherwallace #halehouse #clarahale
John Arthur Johnson (March 31, 1878 – June 10, 1946), nicknamed the Galveston Giant, was an American boxer who, at the height of the Jim Crow era, became the first African American world heavyweight boxing champion (1908–1915). Among the period's most dominant champions, Johnson remains a boxing legend, with his 1910 fight against James J. Jeffries dubbed the "fight of the century". According to filmmaker Ken Burns, "for more than thirteen years, Jack Johnson was the most famous and the most notorious African-American on Earth". Transcending boxing, he became part of the culture and the history of racism in America. In 1912, Johnson opened a successful and luxurious "black and tan" (desegregated) restaurant and nightclub, which in part was run by his wife, a white woman. Major newspapers of the time soon claimed that Johnson was attacked by the government only after he became famous as a black man married to a white woman, and was linked to other white women. Johnson was arrested on charges of violating the Mann Act—forbidding one to transport a woman across state lines for "immoral purposes"—a racially motivated charge that embroiled him in controversy for his relationships, including marriages, with white women.There were also allegations of domestic violence. Sentenced to a year in prison, Johnson fled the country and fought boxing matches abroad for seven years until 1920 when he served his sentence at the federal penitentiary at Leavenworth. Johnson was posthumously pardoned by President Donald Trump in May 2018, 105 years after his conviction. Johnson continued taking paying fights for many years, and operated several other businesses, including lucrative endorsement deals. Johnson died in a car crash on June 10, 1946, at the age of 68. He is buried at Graceland Cemetery in Chicago. #bhm2019
Day 16- Marsha P. Johnson  Marsha P. Johnson was an African-American transgender women who was an LGBTQ rights activist and an outspoken advocate for trans people of color. Johnson spearheaded the Stonewall uprising in 1969 and along with Sylvia Rivera, she later established the Street Transvestite (now Transgender) Action Revolutionaries (STAR), a group committed to helping homeless transgender youth in NYC.  On June 28, 1969 at the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street, things turned violent after a few LGBTQ people were arrested on questionable charges, handcuffed, and very publicly forced into police cars on the streets of NYC. The LGBTQ community was fed up with being targeted by the police and seeing these public arrests incited rioting that spilled over into the neighboring streets and lasted several days. These events have been collectively described as a “riot,” a “rebellion,” a “protest,” and an “uprising.” Whatever the label, this was certainly a watershed moment in LGBT history. Many eyewitnesses have identified Marsha as one of the main instigators of the uprising and thus, some have recognized her as the vanguard of the gay liberation movement in the US.  As an African-American trans woman, Marsha  has consistently been overlooked both as a participant in the Stonewall uprising and more generally, LGBTQ activism. As the broader gay and lesbian movement shifted toward leadership from white cisgender men and women, trans people of color were swept to the outskirts of the movement. Despite this, following the events at Stonewall, Johnson and her friend Sylvia Rivera co-founded the Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (STAR) and they became fixtures in the community.  An eccentric woman known for her outlandish hats and glamorous jewelry, she was fearless and bold. Despite her difficulties with mental illness and numerous police encounters, whenever she was asked what the “P” in her name stood for and when people pried about her
#vees28daysofblackhistory  Day 16: Eula Johnson  A native of Statenville Georgia, Eula Johnson came to Fort Lauderdale in 1935. Dealing with the extreme prejudices in Ga, the segregation issues in Lauderdale wasn't new for her, she quickly joined the fight against the Jim Crow laws. In 1961, she, along with Dr. Von Mizell and a group of black students from Dillard High school became the first black folks to wade in the segregated waters to Fort Lauderdale beach. A well known community activist, Eula Johnson was also a well respected entrepreneur,she owned a small grocery store and two gas stations on Sistrunk Blvd. A courageous leader who didn't back down from anyone, facing death threats and even being physically assaulted by white folks, her consistency kept her moving forward knowing that justice had to be served. Additionally, she became the first woman president of the Fort Lauderdale NAACP and had streets, her home being a site dedicated to her and a state park being named after her. Eula Johnson dedicated her life towards bettering her people, she passed away at the age of 94.  #bhm2019 #myfavoriteholiday #all28days #increase #moderndayfannielou Research by historian @Blackbroward
Happy Birthday, Levar Burton!! Actor and Television peronality. Best known for his role as the young Kunta Kente in the award-winning TV mini-series, "Roots." Please take a moment to share this with your families. #bhm2019
#doublingdown4radio 📻 #radiobroadcastfirsts✨ #africanamericanbroadcasters #djs_journalists 🎙 #leadingtheway👊🏽 #radiohalloffame 🏆  #bhm2019 📚 . #jacklcooper  #hattieleeper . .. #mrcooper: 🎙 After moving to Chicago around 1920 he began writing theater reviews for the Chicago Defender, while attempting to break into the new radio industry as a performer.  While working for the #defender in Washington, D.C. he first appeared on radio, writing and performing comic sketches on station #wcap. He returned to Chicago in 1926 and developed a proposal for a new show, The All-Negro Hour, which premiered on WSBC on November 3, 1929. The show was initially broadcast on a weekly basis, and contained live music and comedy sketches, but Cooper gradually modified and expanded its content.  It became successful with both listeners and commercial sponsors and continued until 1936. He was one of the #first, if not the first, to broadcast gramophone records, including gospel music and jazz, using his own phonograph. In 1938, he created a new show, Search for Missing Persons, designed to reunite listeners with family members who they had lost contact with.  He also pioneered a mobile news team to cover items of interest to Chicago's black community.  #misshattieleeper🎙  Lovingly Known as #chattyhattie #first Black Woman Disc Jockey in Charlotte.  Hattie Leeper was just a teenager working odd jobs at WGIV-AM when she became the first African-American woman on Charlotte radio in the 1950’s. She was known as “Chatty Hattie,” to an integrated Charlotte audience during her years as the #toprated disc jockey at WGIV. Leeper’s interest in radio began at an early age. By the time she was fifteen, she was an errand girl for the DJ’s at radio station WGIV. One day, one of the DJ’s showed up drunk. Leeper had to stand in for the DJ and that is how her career first got started, playing records on the air. Initially, Leeper was afraid to speak much between the
Alice Allison Dunnigan was the first African-American female correspondent to receive White House credentials, and the first black female member of the Senate and House of Representatives press galleries. Dunnigan was born in 1906 in Logan County, Kentucky. Her grandparents had been slaves. She likely obtained her strong work ethic from stories about her grandparents and from her father, a sharecropper, and her mother, a washwoman. Her desire to write seemed to have come naturally. When still a girl, she wrote pieces for the “Owensboro Enterprise,” a black newspaper. After graduating from Knob City High School, she attended Kentucky Normal and Industrial Institute in Frankfort (now Kentucky State University) and trained to be a teacher. She taught for a time in local schools, but her true desire was to write.  She found outlets for her passion with black newspapers in Kentucky including the “Louisville Defender.” When she moved to Washington D.C. to take a job with the U.S. Department of Labor, however, her opportunities increased. In Washington, she became a reporter for the Associated Negro Press and was the first black woman elected to the Women’s National Press Club. She once stated, “Race and sex were twin strikes against me. I’m not sure which was the hardest to break down.” Dunnigan covered the 1948 presidential campaign of Harry Truman and wrote extensively about the early civil rights efforts to desegregate and provide equal opportunity for businesses in Washington, D.C. In the 1960s, Dunnigan served on the President’s Committee on Equal Opportunity under presidents Kennedy and Johnson. She published her autobiography, “A Black Woman’s Experience: From Schoolhouse to White House,” in 1974, and followed with “The Fascinating Story of Black Kentuckians,” in 1982. That year she was also inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame.  Alice Dunnigan died in 1983, but the story of her rise from humble beginnings to great
🖤 “Don’t agonize, organize.” -Florynce Kennedy  #ijennifermarie #blackexcellence2019 #bhm2019 #blackhistoryquotes #blackroyalty #blackqueen #floryncekennedy #organize
#natural #hair as been a challenge for blacks for many decades. From having it during #slavery for lack of ability to manipulate hair, to #fighting for its acceptance from the 1960s until now. An #afro is the least amount of effort taken to manipulate and manicure the tightly textured natural hair.  The #civil #rights #movement was such a positive impact on the #black natural hair movement. “The Civil Rights Movement sparked a change in the way Blacks viewed their hair and themselves. The movement was a catalyst for Blacks to embrace who they were were naturally including their hair texture. In the [Black] community, there was a renewed appreciation for the Black aesthetic resulting in the popular phrase “Black is #beautiful”.” “The afro became a powerful #political symbol that reflected the pride one had in their African ancestry. No longer were Blacks attempting to assimilate. Prominent #civil #rights activist, #angela #davis ... rocked a picked out ‘fro which led many women to follow in her footsteps. A Black person wearing a ‘fro was dubbed as #militant and #threatening. This notion was promoted by #law #officials, #politicians and the #media. Maybe you weren’t able to read inbetween the lines but basically, Black people loving themselves was frigthening to mainstream #america.” #bhm2019 #blackhistory2019 #civilrightsmovement #day16of28 #blackhistorymonth #fro
What a great evening at Club Cool Kids! 35 students joined us for an evening of learning and fun 🤗 First we had a delicious dinner donated by Purpose By Design Catering, LLC with chicken, mac & cheese, broccoli, cabbage and cookies. What a hit! 🤗 Next, we learned about Malcolm X, Dr. MLKing, Maya Angelou, Bessie Coleman, Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar and Joe Louis. Then, Willingboro’s own The Original Art of Lavett B. led a painting session where the students painted poster sized images of the people they learned about. Thank you Jack & Jill for joining us, community volunteers, and my friends from Hip Hop Cats. What a beautiful evening empowering the youth and enhancing the community 😊😊#atapfoundation #bhm2019 #willingboro @purposeby_designcatering @artdivalavettb
“Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our mind." #bobmarley ✊🏾❤️✊🏾 (Think Like A Man Town Hall, 2013)  We salute the work, the fight and the sacrifice of so many during this important month. Black history is every day. The month of February just serves as an important reminder in our nation. . . Join us on this journey through time. Share and comment. Connect with others in your community. . . #thedistrictspeaks #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019 #blackhistory #apeoplesjourney #blackherstory #blackhistory365 #blackhistoryeveryday #celebrateblackhistory #blackgirlsrock #blackhistoryquotes #fighthepower #civilrights #movement #reggaemusic #emacipateyourself #mentalslavery #blackvoices #shareblackstories #redemptionsong #songsoffreedom
Wangari Maathai (1940-2011) The first black woman to be awarded the Nobel peace prize. Her work was at first unwelcome even in her own country, however, Maathai never stayed quiet and never stuck to her "gender role". Founder of the Green belt movement, an effort to slow the process of deforestation by planting trees. The idea caught on and similar projects began in other African countries. In addition to all this Maathai was also a human rights activist, eventually elected to assistant minister of environment she went on to publish many books.  #dailyblackhero #africa #trees #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019 #wangarimaathai #kenya #nairobi #kenya #nobelpeaceprize #enviromentalist #peace #equalrights #equality #illustration #artwork #portrait #pencildrawing #pen #digitalart #woman #strong #deforestation #grow #happy #blackisbeautiful
The iconic Gail Fisher. I remember watching Mannix as a kid. I wanted to be like her; not an actress,  but I wanted to work for a private investigator... 🤷‍♀️ #blackhistorymonth2019✊🏾 #blackfacts #bhm2019 #swipe
SUSIE KING TAYLOR . lets learn some new names this month. . #blackhistorymonth #historyisamazing #bhm2019
Black History Knowledge Contest Day 16!  #bhm #blackhistoryknowledge #bhm2019
Black History Knowledge Contest Update and Bonus:  Thanks to an anonymous donor, there will now be 3 winners!! Remember you have to have commented on every single post by the end of the month!! Good luck!! For the bonus, DM me on FB, IG or Twitter the correct answer to the following questions for two additional entries into the contest.  Who was the first Black person to run for President and in what year?  Who was the first Black American published poet and in what year?  #bhm #bhm2019 #blackhistoryknowledgecontest
FRIDAY #bhm2019
“Tax time come around still a ni*** po!” - @erykahbadu  Happy Black History Month!  #erykahbadu #bhm2019 #taxseason #incometax #w2s #blackhistorymonth #art #talent #badu
Bathing myself in the literature and poetry of Black Women was essential to sustaining my self esteem on the predominantly white campus of Eastern Illinois University where I studied English and African American Studies in the 90’s. “Phenomenal Woman, that’s me.” The poetic refrain, said quietly in my head and mostly when I wasn’t feeling so phenomenal was like a B12 shot on a cold rainy day after you’d been up too late crying the night before.  Being a phenomenal woman meant that I would ignore the misogynistic and bigoted advice of my aging white male English professor who, after praising my writing, suggested that I become a secretary after graduation instead of perusing an advanced degree. I am so grateful that I had poems like this to teach me and remind me of who I am. Read Maya Angelou’s full poem here: https://bit.ly/2zuW9oa #teachnbinspired #bhm2019 #bhm
Dr. John Brown, the first Black #veterinarian to earn a degree from Kanas State University, was the head of the Division of Agricultural Instruction at #tuskegee University. Dr. Brown as served in the U.S. Army as a First Lieutenant. #bhm2019 #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #blacksinstem #stem #blackveterinarians #veterinarians #kstate #kansasstate #tuskegee #tu
For Black History Month. For the culture! For the people! Yaaasss! . . #bhm2019 #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #fortheculture #laraza #sommolier #wine #whiskey #unclenearest #aslina #spirits #unclenearest1856 #winemakers #africanamerican #african #visioncellars @unclenearest @lenellsbham @aslina_wines
Seems like there are a lot of Ls being caught. They say da Bots are getting most pairs. Could they are using faster computers? Check today's African American History fact:  Dr. Philip Emeagwali (top), who has been called the "Bill Gates of Africa," was born in Nigeria in 1954. The noted black inventor received acclaim based, at least in part, on his study of nature, specifically bees. Emeagwali saw an inherent efficiency in the way bees construct and work with honeycomb and determined computers that emulate this process could be the most efficient and powerful. In 1989, emulating the bees' honeycomb construction, Emeagwali used 65,000 processors to invent the world's fastest computer, which performs computations at 3.1 billion calculations per second.  Mark Dean (Pictured at bottom) is a computerscientist and engineer who helped develop a number of landmark technologies for IBM, including the color PC monitor and the first gigahertz chip. He holds three of the company's original nine patents.  Socks 🧦 for sell, DM me to purchase. Shoes are Not For Resell😉  #bigboicsu #ogjaywalker #buckeyecitysole #africanamericanhistory #wegotroom  #computerscience #computer #fastestcomputer #bots #markdean #phillipemeagwali #inventor #bhm #bhm2019 #kemet #africa #africanamericanhistoryfacts #justdoit #nike #adidas #sneakercommunity #igsneakercommunity #sneakerstories #fcfs214 #themondaymidsole #soccam #sneakercam #sneakerdetroit #unboxed_app #jordanbrand
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Appreciated the Twitter and Facebook endorsement from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family for PhxSoul.com’s list of #blackhistorymonth events in the Phoenix area! We couldn’t do it without the community! Thank you to everyone who’s hosting #bhm2019 events here! #phxsoul #bhm #blackhistory
Yuri Kochiyama and Angela Davis, lifelong champions of civil rights in the black, Latinx, Native American, and Asian American communities. ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏿 #hsuadpic #humboldtstate #bhm2019 #yurikochiyama #angeladavis
I’ve always had a challenge with the “#black #experience” either I didn’t experience it, or it really only applied to the #city I was in. So what is truly a black experience? #hair! No matter where I go, #tightly #textured men and women have had quite similar experiences with hair and the acceptance in the world we live in today. As my hair #journey is still going, I will share my journey and those who have changed the hair game for #black men and women. 6 years of growth me!! The questions has always been for me, how can I keep my natural hair, let it grow, but not utilize the weight and thickness of traditional locs (which are also amazing!!)? #day15of28 #sisterlocks™️ rose to fame in 1993, by founder, Dr. JoAnne Cornwell. The Home Office is in San Diego, California, and there are trained practitioners  and Certified Training Associates in over 40 other states and 30 countries. The company has developed an innovative approach to marketing its natural hair care system to Black women. The company motto says it all: “Sisterlocks™️ is not about a hairstyle, it’s about a lifestyle.” Sisterlocks™️ invites women who are interested in self-empowerment and cultural self expression, to embrace a natural hair care system that is self-affirming and truly gorgeous.  #naturalhair #blackcrossfit #blackfigureskating #bhm #bhm2019 #blackhistorymonth #blackhistorymonth2019 #skincare #locd #traditionallocs
@shadow_act proposed some biopic casting suggestions. I need this one like, yesterday. #blackhistory365 #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019
Dr. Joye Carter, M.D. is a retired medical examiner, forensic pathologist consultant, author, and philanthropist. She was the first woman and the first African-American to be selected as a Chief Medical Examiner in the United States. Joye holds the distinction of having served as Chief Medical Examiner for Washington, DC and Houston. And she was the first Black medical examiner in the entire state of Texas.  Joye graduated from Howard University College of Medicine and Wittenberg University. She served in the United States Air Force and became the first Black person to be appointed a Chief Medical Examiner in the United States in 1992. She made history again when she became the first woman to be appointed Chief Medical Examiner in Texas, serving as Chief Medical Officer of Harris County (Houston) in 1996.  Joye developed Save Our Kids, a teen driving program in Houston. She was also the first director of the Healthy People 2000 Anti-Violence campaign in Washington, D.C. She also wrote a monthly newspaper column addressing various health issues, and was involved with the Houston Medical Forum and the Gulf Coast Sickle Cell Association. Providing expert testimony on gamma hydroxy butyrate (GHB), the date-rape drug, Joye was instrumental is getting a bill passed that made GHB and similar drugs illegal. #docdocjo is particularly concerned about the death rate among Black people and she has appeared before several groups to talk about prevention.  Joye M. Carter is the author of two books: My Strength Comes From Within, an autobiography; and I Speak For the Dead, a book that examines the emotional turmoil that family members experience after the loss of a loved one. In 2002, Joye was an honoree at Metro’s Annual Black History Month Celebration. She was also honored as a Contemporary Black History Maker by Houston Community College. And she was inducted into the Lou Holtz Upper Ohio ValleyHall of Fame.  #avanoellerogers is #joyemcarter. #day15 #blackhistorymonth
In celebration of Black History Month and my 35th birthday in 5 days, I decided to support 35 Black businesses - First off - I had pleasure to support 2 young black women in the last 2 days - @bangbanglash and @healthybeautycontour . They do in house services. They were great in their service delivery  and enjoyed every conversation with them . Check out their pages - I will try to write more after the weekend is over #blackbusiness #blackbusinesswomen #blackgirlsrock #blackgirlmagic #toronto #torontonightlife #blackownedbusiness #nailcare #nails #eyelashes #eyelashextensions #bangbanglashes #healthybeautycontour #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #bhm #bhm2019
Are you ready to worship with us this Saturday morning? We cannot wait to have you! Can’t join us in person? Service will also be streaming live at 10:45am right here on Facebook. Everyone is welcome! #livebyfaith #knownforlove #bhm2019 #emancipateher #liberatewithhope #theeastway #emancipateus
#bhm2019 great event @gacanada.amcanada today with Juno Award winning singer Lorraine Klaasen #ottawa
#blacklove #blackhistory365 #loveis #blackhistorymonth #blackfutures #bhm2019 #blackpearls #read ❤️💜🧡💛💚💙💞💕💓❤️💘💋
...Money don't make me happy And a fella can't make me fancy We smilin' for a whole 'nother reason It's all smiles through all four seasons.  #shining #smiles #life #driven and #directed #fridayvibes it's for the #culture #bhm2019 yes that's #queenbey on my shirt. #souls #sista #health and #wellness #newrich  read about it #africanamericanwoman I hate being called black. I'm not black, I'm brown. I'm not darkness I'm full of God's light. But it's all apart of the culture.
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Today, I recognize & honor the 5 black women who served as Shelby County Commissioners before me. Only 6 of us have served in the almost 60 years the Commission has been a body, in a county that is majority black and 50% women. As the only black woman on the commission, this work can be isolating and fighting the numerous aggressions thrown our way can be tiring. But I stand on some very broad shoulders and because they did so do I. The fruits of their labor are the movement we see today with historical numbers of black women elected across Shelby County. Thank you Minerva Johnican, Bridget Chisholm, Deidre Malone, Edith Moore & Henri Brooks. You are Black History. You are the originators of Black Girl Magic in Shelby County. #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019 #becauseofthemwecan #blackgirlmagic @deidre_malone @edithamoore
#bhm2019 #blackhistorymonth2019 #mistycopeland ✊🏾 Misty Danielle Copeland (born September 10, 1982)is an American ballet dancer for #americanballettheatre (ABT), one of the three leading classical ballet companies in the #unitedstates. On June 30, 2015, Copeland became the first #africanamerican woman to be promoted to #principaldancer in ABT's 75-year history. #blackexcellence #shero #blackmagic #powerful #graceful #beautiful #abt #bhm #blackhistorymonth #ballet #balletdancer @mistyonpointe
John MacLendon. Men's Basketball. #bhm2019
For our Black Conversations event we are thrilled to welcome the one and only @blackgirlinlove ! You dont want to miss her fireside chat with @dedonmama , our #bhm2019 co-spokeswoman. . Go check the full schedule and grab your ticket now. Link in bio. . About Trey  Trey Anthony was the first Canadian black woman to have her own program on a prime-time Canadian network. Based on her ground-breaking play of the same name, 'da Kink in My Hair was a television hit and put her on the map as a mentor and role model. Trey’s infectious energy, humour, and determination inspires audiences to go after―and achieve―their dreams. . 'da Kink in my Hair debuted at the Toronto Fringe Festival and went on to run at the Princess of Wales Theatre, and in theatres in New York, San Diego, and London. Trey is also a former television producer for the Women’s Television Network and a writer for the Comedy Network and @ctv , and the executive producer of the Urban Women’s Comedy Festival. She co-wrote I Am Not a Dinner Mint and The Crap Women Swallow to Stay in a Relationship, which debuted to sold-out audiences, and produced the play, Secrets of a Black Boy. . Trey volunteers with the Black Queer Youth Group and founded the Trey Anthony @ One Centre in Toronto, a women-focused, creative wellness facility, where she offers classes on creative writing, well-being, and spirituality.
In honor of Black History Month, CSA recognizes our personal Caribbean heroes and she-roes that influenced our Afro-Caribbean culture. Here are some inspiring Caribbean figures us, #jwucsa Chose to spotlight:  1) Vivian Richards: former cricketer, who represented the West Indies at test and international levels. He is regarded as one of the greatest batsmen of all time. - Antigua & Barbuda 🇦🇬 2) Sir Lynden Pindling: first prime minister of The Bahamas.He is regarded as the "Father of the Nation". - The Bahamas 🇧🇸 3) Rihanna: Singer, song writer and actress. She has an honorary title of Ambassador for Culture and Youth. - Barbados 🇧🇧 4) Eugenia Charles: Lawyer & Politician. She was first woman lawyer in Dominica, and their first, and to date only, female prime minister. She was the second female prime minister in the Caribbean - Dominica 🇩🇲 5) Mighty Sparrow: Calypso vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist. Known as the "Calypso King of the World", he is one of the best-known and most successful calypsonians. - Grenada 🇬🇩 & Trinidad 🇹🇹 6) Ertha Pascal-Trouillot: She was the provisional President of Haiti for 11 months in 1990 and 1991. She was the first woman in Haitian history to hold that office. - Haiti 🇭🇹 7) Bob Marley: Singer-songwriter who became an international musical and cultural icon. He has become a global symbol and has inspired a significant merchandise industry. - Jamaica 🇯🇲 8) Derek Walcott: Poet and playwright. He received the 1992 Nobel Prize in Literature. - Saint Lucia 🇱🇨 9) Tim Duncan: Former professional basketball player. He played with the San Antonio Spurs for 19 years of the NBA. He is a five-time NBA champion, two-time NBA MVP, three-time NBA Finals MVP, and an NBA All-Star Game MVP - St. Croix - US Virgin Islands 🇻🇮 —————————————————————————— #jwucsa #jwunorthmiami #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019 #caribhistorymonth #fcsavibes
Last week Mr. Martinez and Mrs. Welsh’s classes read the book Sit In by Andrea Davis Pickney and today they got to video chat with a civil rights activist who participated in sit ins during the Civil Rights Movement. Thank you Ms. Singleton for joining our class today and sharing about your experiences! #makinglearningreal #bhm2019
Nora K. Jemisin is an American science fictionand fantasy writer. Her August 2018 win made her the only author to have won the Hugo Award for Best Novel in three consecutive years. She won for the three books of her Broken Earth series. Jemisin was born in Iowa City, Iowa, and grew up in New York City and Mobile, Alabama. Jemisin attended Tulane University where she received a B.S. in psychology in 1994. She went on to study counseling and earn her Master of Education from the University of Maryland. She has won a steady stream of awards since 2006, including several Hugo and Nebula awards. She’s not afraid to use her platform, either. During her delivery of the Guest of Honour speech at the 2013 Continuum in Australia, Jemisin pointed out that 10% of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) membership voted for alt-right writer Theodore Beale (also known as Vox Day) in his bid for the SFWA presidential position, and noted that silence about these issues was the same as enabling them. To learn more about Ms. Jemisin you can find many written and recorded interviews on line of her. And make sure to click the Wikipedia link in bio. Happy 15th day of Black History Month! #bhm2019
John changed my life when he came to Dartmouth College my sophomore year.  He was part of the American Theater Festival, a collaboration between Junebug, Travelling Jewish Theater & Appalshop. I was about to quit my Theater Major out of frustration with the curriculum & the realisation that I was not cut out to be an actor. But conversations with John,Steve Kent (RIP) and of course, watching the collaborations every night made me realise that my own story, told as a solo artist, was “real Theater” too.  To meet him again years later at an Alternate ROOTS Annual Meeting was an honour, and I realised what a giant I had been privileged to spend time with as a young student.  Junebug & Free Southern Theater are massive legacies to the genre. We lost someone great last night. Rest in power & art, John. And as long as we honour you with storytelling & activism, you will never be gone.  #bhm2019 #alternateroots #workingartist #solotheater
The FIRST #punk band was formed by 3 brothers out of #detroit in 1971. Bobby Hackney, Dannis Hackney, and David Hackney's 1975 album "...For the Whole World to See" was published in its entirety in 2009 by @dragcityrecords . If you're interesting in learning more, check out the 2012 documentary, "A Band Called Death" . . . . . . . #bhm #bhm2019 #death #forthewholeworldtosee #blackhistorymonth #punk #punkrock #vinylcollection #vinylcollective #vinylvinylvinyl #vinylstash #vinyl #records #recordplayer #vintage #retro #vinylrecords #blackhistory #classicpunk #newclassics #classics #vinyligclub #vinylclub #musiconvinyl #vinylofinstagram #vinyltime #audiophile #turntable
The first @halleberry  Dorothy Jean Dandridge (November 9, 1922 – September 8, 1965) was an American film and theatre actress, singer, and dancer. She is perhaps one of the most famous African-American actresses to have a successful Hollywood career and the first to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in the 1954 film Carmen Jones. Dandridge performed as a vocalist in venues such as the Cotton Club and the Apollo Theater. During her early career, she performed as a part of The Wonder Children, later The Dandridge Sisters, and appeared in a succession of films, usually in uncredited roles. In 1959 Dandridge was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Porgy and Bess. She is the subject of the 1999 HBO biographical film, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge. She has been recognized with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Dandridge was married and divorced twice, first to dancer Harold Nicholas (the father of her daughter, Harolyn Suzanne) and then to hotel owner Jack Denison. Dandridge died under mysterious circumstances at age 42. #bhm2019
Join us this Friday 2.15.19 for an exhibition that takes an historic and whimsical gaze on Black Brooklyn Style. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This is event number 3 in our Black Artstory programming for @myrtleavebklyn  RSVP: blackgotham.com/blackartstory  419 Myrtle Avenue / Putnam’s / 7-10pm ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Ajamu Kojo @Ajamu Asha Hanna @AshaHanna Brock Mills @brock_mills Felicita "Felli" Maynard @photofelli Justin Johnson @justindjohnson_ Kamau Ware @kamauware  Kay Hickman @khickmanphotography Keith Williams @mountainbikekeith Kristen Williams @krissypooh2 Kwesi Abbensetts @KwesiAbbensetts Momar Clemons @momarclemons Nathan Williams @n8brooklyn Ryan Spence @planetlucid Sophia Dawson @iamwetpaint Tiffany Smith @ms_ladyt William Ellis @mrwilliamellis ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #blackartstory #insideblackgotham #bgx #blackhistorymonth2019 #bhm2019 #bhm #brooklyn #itsonmyrtle #style #history #art #blackart #supportblackartists #aesthetic
The origin of calling the police “pigs” dates back to 20th century Britain and re-emerged during the Civil Rights Era in the US by Vietnam War Protesters. Not all police were viewed as the enemy of Civil Rights groups. However, how good is a “good officer” if he/she doesn’t confront their comrade when they notice them practicing foul measures  The Black Panthers began displaying policemen as pigs in their newspaper. It was a form of intellectual response against the bad policing, the community faced and raised consciousness in the community. The pig is viewed as a filthy animal, who will roll in mud to achieve its needs. The police, just as the pig embraced foul tactics in the Black community, brutalizing its members. (Please excuse grammatical errors made)  #bhm #bhm2019
SWIPE 👉🏾 Day 15: This is Paakow Essandoh , a fashion designer who created @mizizishop a brand that advocates for cultural pride. His talents were  recognized by @marvelstudios in 2018, and he created a Wakanda Jersey in collaboration with Marvel. #bhm2019
In honor of #blackhistorymonth, we talked with six leading Black activists about what they have learned in the fight for justice. Swipe right to see the remaining three and read more with #linkinbio.  Ife Kilimanjaro on diversity in the climate movement: “One thing that I can say with certainty is that relationships are fundamental to this work. You must get to know people in authentic ways and demonstrate integrity.” - Reposting Nexus Media News . . . #bhm2019 #blackhistorymonth2019 #climatechange #globalwarming #actonclimate #climateaction #climateleaders
Do you think this visual teaches us some truths? 🤔 #blackhistoryisamericanhistory #reverseracism
Willie O’Ree, a Canadian, was the first Black player in the NHL. He played for the Bruins as a winger. His debut game was against the Montreal Canadiens. O’Ree was awarded the Order of Canada in 2008 and inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018.🏒 #YorkCentre  #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019
Shirley Anita Chisholm was an American politician, educator, and author. In 1968, she became the first black woman elected to the United States Congress, and she represented New York's 12th congressional district for seven terms. In 1972, she became the first Black candidate for a major party's nomination for president and the first woman to run for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination. #blackhistorymonth #bhm2019 #blackhistorymonth2019 #empoweringwomen #eliminatingracism #ywca
#bhm2019 Day Fifteen: “Bradford Young: Part Two” … editing client images for the beautiful @_theminniebar and this one fits today’s theme perfectly. Another inspired by “Selma.”

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