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365 Black History: September 15 - 16th Street Church Bombing, Ali Makes Millions, Hearns Is First to Accomplish This, & More

365 Black History: September 15 – 16th Street Church Bombing, Ali Makes Millions, Hearns Is First to Accomplish This, & More

— ADVERTISEMENT — The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On September 15 in Black History 1830 – First National Negro Convention held in Philadelphia, PA 1852 – Inventor …

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365 Black History: September 14 - US Cabinet Member Born, FDR Opens Doors for Blacks in US Military Service

365 Black History: September 14 – US Cabinet Member Born, FDR Opens Doors for Blacks in US Military Service

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On September 14 in Black History 1921 – Constance Baker Motley, US Cabinet member, born. 1940 – President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs …

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365 Black History: September 13 - Plot to Overthrow White Oppressors, Latimer Patent, Alain L. Locke Born

365 Black History: September 13 – Plot to Overthrow White Oppressors, Latimer Patent, Alain L. Locke Born

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On September 13 in Black History 1663 – Conspiracy to overthrow white captives The first major conspiracy between Black so called slaves and …

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365 Black History: May 31st - Black Wall Street Bombed by Airplane, Race Riot Erupts, Legislation Enacted, & NAACP's First Conference

365 Black History: May 31st – Black Wall Street Bombed by Airplane, Race Riot Erupts, Legislation Enacted, & NAACP’s First Conference

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 31st in Black History 1870 – Congress passes first Civil Rights Enforcement Act. 1909 – NAACP holds first conference (as …

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365 Black History: May 30th - Denmark Vesey Betrayed, Masterful Poet Born

365 Black History: May 30th – Denmark Vesey Betrayed, Masterful Poet Born

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 30th in Black History 1822 – House Slaves Betray Denmark Vesey Revolt House slave betrayed Denmark Vesey conspiracy. Vesey conspiracy, …

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365 Black History: May 29th - "Ain't I a Woman?" Delivered, First Black Mayor of LA, & Failed Assassination of Vernon E. Jordan

365 Black History: May 29th – “Ain’t I a Woman?” Delivered, First Black Mayor of LA, & Failed Assassination of Vernon E. Jordan

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 29th in Black History 1851 – Sojourner Truth delivers her “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech at the Ohio Women’s Rights …

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365 Black History: May 28th - Births, Apartheid Begins in South Africa, & Treaty of Lagos

365 Black History: May 28th – Births, Apartheid Begins in South Africa, & Treaty of Lagos

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 28th in Black History 1814 – Daniel Reaves Goodloe, emancipatist, born. 1831 – Eliza Ann Gardner, underground railroad conductor, born. …

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365 Black History: May 27th - A Legend Dies, Stars Are Born, Even an Heroic Deed Honored

365 Black History: May 27th – A Legend Dies, Stars Are Born, Even an Heroic Deed Honored

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 27th in Black History 1849 – Blind Tom Bethune, pianist and composer, born. 1898 – Victoria E. Matthews, educator, born. …

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365 Black History: May 23rd - Jamaican Hero, Engineering Patent, the birth of a Star & a Boxing Legend 3

365 Black History: May 23rd – Jamaican Hero, Engineering Patent, the birth of a Star & a Boxing Legend

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 23rdin Black History 1832 – Samuel Sharpe, Jamaican hero, hanged. “I wold rather die among yonder gallows, than live in …

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365 Black History: May 21st - Happy Birthday Biggie Smalls, First Black Senator, Educational Achievements, & More

365 Black History: May 21st – Happy Birthday Biggie Smalls, First Black Senator, Educational Achievements, & More

The 365 Black History serious is designed to give our community a chance to learn and appreciate the achievement, struggles and experience of our ancestors, inventors, business people, scientific, educators, children and more. On May 21st in Black History 1833 – Black students enroll in classes at Oberlin College, Ohio. 1862 – Mary Patterson becomes …

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